Propaganda Films

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Propaganda Films
Subsidiary of PolyGram Filmed Entertainment
Industry Feature Films, Music Videos and Commercials
Fate Closed
Founded 1983; 35 years ago (1983)
Founder Steve Golin
Sigurjón Sighvatsson
David Fincher
Nigel Dick
Defunct 2002
Owner PolyGram (1991–1998)
Seagram (1998–2000)
Vivendi (2000–2002)
Parent PolyGram Filmed Entertainment (1991–2000)
Universal Studios (1998–2002)

Propaganda Films was a prolific and successful music video and film production company founded in 1983 by producers Steve Golin and Sigurjón Sighvatsson and directors Greg Gold, David Fincher, Nigel Dick and Dominic Sena. By 1990, the company was producing almost a third of all music videos made in the U.S.[1]

Propaganda Films was acquired by PolyGram Filmed Entertainment in 1991.[2]

Notable directors who worked with Propaganda Films[edit]

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