|Stuart A. Goldman, SGC's principal, began a career as a producer/director of corporate image films and TV
commercials in the 1980's with clients including IBM, Motorola, McDonald's, NBC, Unilever, Memorial Sloan
Kettering Hospital, the town of Greenwich, Connecticut, and the New York Police Department. The company
received more than forty industry awards during this period.
In 1988 Goldman produced and directed the award-winning PBS documentary "Alberta Hunter:
My Castle's Rockin,'" a one-hour music portrait tracing the life story of the legendary blues singer
whose career spanned over seven decades! The film continues to be distributed in various
Soon after, the television company Goldman/Taylor Entertainment was established in New York
and Los Angeles. G/T launched by acquiring rights to the best-selling (unauthorized) biography,
“Leona Helmsley: The Queen of Mean", and became executive producer of the highly-rated CBS-TV movie
starring Lloyd Bridges and Suzanne Pleshette, who received both Emmy and Golden Globe nominations for her
performance. G/T also created and executive produced the pioneering reality series “Confessions of Crime” for
the Lifetime Television network which examined the psychology of the criminal mind. In addition, G/T conceived
and produced the highly acclaimed feature documentary “Elvis in Hollywood,” the official Graceland-sanctioned
production about Elvis Presley's legendary movie career of the 1950's. The program has been broadcast
internationally and was BMG Video International’s largest budget non-fiction title of the Nineties.
Goldman/Taylor also acquired the rights to the Joseph Campbell Foundation's program library, and became
executive producer of the 10-part PBS series, "Joseph Campbell: Mythos", hosted by Academy Award Winner
Susan Sarandon (sequel to the top-rated Bill Moyers PBS series "The Power of Myth"). G/T also executive
produced The Wildlife Conservation Society's public relations campaign in the mid-90's including an award-
winning documentary and TV spots for fund-raising and awareness. The campaign culminated with a 2-hour A&E
Network music special, "John Denver: The Wildlife Concert," one of the highest rated concert specials ever.
In 1996, Stuart Goldman established SGC, The Stuart Goldman Co., to pursue entertainment and marketing
projects on a broader basis and the company became a consultant to a number of high profile clients. For
instance, SGC was responsible for initiating a line of branded CD's for History Channel and A&E Biography, as
well as the magazine trademarks TV Guide, Esquire, Good Housekeeping Kids, Redbook, Elle and Cosmopolitan.
During this time, SGC also acted as a business development and marketing consultant for clients such as Hearst
Magazines, K-tel Records, K-tel.com, Q Records (QVC), Ketchum Public Relations, and Music Marketing Network.
In 1997, SGC produced EMI-Capitol Records' 100th anniversary film "Sale of the
Century" and ten national 60-second radio spots celebrating the label's legendary
artists such as the Beatles, the Beach Boys, Frank Sinatra, Nat "King" Cole, David
Bowie, and Pink Floyd.
In the years to follow, SGC continued to build a varied client list with projects in music,
marketing, direct response as well as commissioned projects. In 1999, Stuart Goldman
wrote "A Spiritual Journey," the official documentary history of Alcoholics Anonymous.
In 2002, Stuart Goldman wrote and produced the intimate profile of Elvis Presley's
first fiancé June Juanico, "Elvis & June: A Love Story." The program was acquired
by A&E Biography and VH-1 UK and in other territories, and was chosen for the
American Film Institute's "Mods & Rockers" Film Series as well as the Silverlake (Los Angeles) Film Festival.
Link: The Story of Elvis & June.
Soon after, SGC expanded its business to represent a variety of film and TV libraries for the exploding DVD and
later digital distribution markets. Over the following years, SGC initiated the North American release of over 200
feature films, top-notch kids programming, dozens of TV shows, and a variety of special interest titles. Examples
include: the Hearst Entertainment Animation LIbrary, "Hard Hat Harry," "Sit and Be Fit" fitness series (PBS), the
long-running "Forensic Files" TV series, "Big Comfy Couch," Depak Chopra's Grow Younger, Live
Longer", "Popular Mechanics for Kids," and two of Nicole Kidman's previously unreleased films!
In 2010, SGC's original documentary production, "Becoming Barack", premiered
on BET Networks for President's Day, and was subsequently licensed to Current TV
and Hulu.com. In addition, our updated documentary "Elvis: Summer of '56" was
released to worldwide markets. In 2015, a new companion special, "Elvis Home
Movies," was completed with more of the lost home movie footage plus new
anecdotes about the early days of the world's most famous entertainer. We've
also just remastered our pioneering reality series "Confessions of Crime" for
digital distribution and DVD!
SGC continues to focus on non-fiction production and content brokering in association with a range of suppliers
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