The Producers Guild of America has many ways of communicating with our members and the entertainment producing community at large. One of those ways is through Twitter. Whether through a council, committee, contest, region, conference or more, the PGA allows you to stay in touch.
The Producers Guild of America represents, protects and promotes the interests of all members of the producing team in film, television and new media.
The annual Produced By Conference. Each summer, the best and brightest in our industry come together just one weekend to speak and learn about current and evolving trends in production, distribution, finance, marketing, branding and media strategy. Our Conference, which sells out each year, is the only one to bring together the top producers and collaborators in film, television and new media to provide all the information vital to the success of your current and future projects.
The official twitter for the Producers Guild of America Diversity Committee. The Diversity Committee promotes diversity and inclusion in the Entertainment industry.
The goal of the PGA Green Committee is to educate, promote and inspire entertainment industry professionals to engage in environmentally conscious sustainable production practices.
The official twitter feed for the PGA New Media Council. The NMC was formed in order to recognize, represent, and protect producers working in emerging media such as DVDs, broadband and mobile entertainment, interactive television and video games.
The PGA Wire provides news and information affecting Producers worldwide. The Wire serves as a clearing house for non-direct-guild-related information and news including things like, but not limited to: union contract news, permit office updates and technical industry news.
The PGA FilmUSA Committee provides the entertainment community with the latest information on domestic filming incentives, legislative updates, critical state-by-state infrastructure details, news updates, and other useful tools for researching, budgeting or prepping to shoot on location.
The Producers Guild of America NorthWest region represents producers in the San Francisco Bay area and the greater Pacific NorthWest.
The Producers Guild of America East region represents producers in the Tri-State area as well as growing producing hubs such as Atlanta, Washington DC, Philadelphia, and more.
@PGAontheHillPGA on the Hill is the official group representing the PGA in Washington D.C.
PGA Mobile was created to provide PGA members with resources and relevant information on the mobile space.
The PGA ProShow helps talented Producers find the funding for their projects. Contestants have the opportunity to land a development deal in Feature Film, Reality TV, and Online Content.
The Green Production Guide is a guide to help film and television producers green their productions with a database of vendors offering products, services and best practice guidelines.
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