Medical Aid Fund Set For Video Director Steven Goldmann

Steven Goldmann

Steven Goldmann

Canadian film and music video director Steven Goldmann, who has been battling cancer, is set to be moved from the hospital to his home, where he will be supported by a hospice team.

A fund has been set up to help Goldmann’s family with medical and other expenses. The fund aims to raise $50,000.

Goldmann has directed videos for numerous artists, including Faith Hill, Josh Turner, Brooks & Dunn, Martina McBride, Alan Jackson, Mary Chapin Carpenter, The Mavericks, Pam Tillis, Clint Black, Shania Twain, Shawn Camp, Kathy Mattea, Lorrie Morgan, Wade Hayes, and numerous others.

He also directed the films Trailer Park of Terror (2007/Summit Entertainment), Our Country (2003/Gaylord Entertainment), Broken Bridges (2006/CMT/Paramount).

Among the awards Goldmann has garnered are a 2007 Canadian Country Music Awards’ CMT Video of the Year for Emerson Drive‘s “Moments,” the 2003 Academy of Country Music Video of the Year award for Jackson’s “Drive,” 1996’s Canadian Country Music Awards’ CMT Video of the Year and the 1996 Silver Clio Award, both for Twain’s “(If You’re Not In It For Love) I’m Outta Here.” He also directed Hill’s 1998 video “This Kiss,” which garnered him the TNN Music City News Best Video of the Year, Nashville Music Awards and CMT’s Video of the Year.

In 1996, he earned the ACM’s Video of the Year for Collin Raye‘s “I Think About You.”

To donate to the fund, visit gofundme.com.

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