Ethan Goldman

Goldman is founder and CEO of Anchor Entertainment.

Headquartered in Los Angeles, Anchor Entertainment is a full-service production company that is dedicated to creating compelling and impactful premium character-driven stories. The team is committed to supporting the vision of partnering filmmakers, always prioritizing an art-forward, highly crafted stylized approach across all genres.

Its notable content includes the documentary film Rebel Hearts (discovery+), directed by Oscar-nominated filmmaker Petro Kos; the two-part documentary Undercurrent: The Disappearance of Kim Wall (HBO), directed by Emmy-nominated filmmaker Erin Lee Carr; Model America (MSNBC); and the hit docuseries The Lost Kitchen (Magnolia Network), among more.

Before launching Anchor, Goldman developed multiple limited-run series including Showtime’s The Trade, an official selection of the 2018 Sundance Film Festival and recipient of IDA’s Best Episodic Series award; as well as Cultureshock (A&E), a collection of five films from five filmmakers chronicling the untold stories behind watershed moments in pop culture that created a lasting impact on society. Goldman also served as executive producer on director Mor Loushy’s Censored Voices, an official selection of Berlinale 2015, nominated for both the Grand Jury Prize for World Cinema at Sundance and the Grierson Award at the BFI London Film Festival.