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PGA Job Forums: "Hire" Ground

Posted By Administration, Wednesday, December 19, 2012

The PGA East Non-Fiction Job Forum
Whether you’re sitting at a PGA Job Forum table or making the rounds conducting interviews, you can count on being dazzled by the producing talent on display. Participants perfect their "elevator pitches” so well that by the time the fourth interviewer comes around, tablemates can do each other’s spiels. You may think it’s hard to connect that quickly, but we all know first impressions play a huge part in any job interview.

For the uninitiated, a PGA job forum presents an opportunity for one-on-one face time between promi- nent employers and numerous qualified producers, executive producers, line producers, APs, field/segment producers, post producers, production managers and production supervisors. On the West Coast, up to 100 members take part; events held through the PGA East are slightly more intimate, with participation capped at 55 members.

These popular events were inaugurated in Los Angeles in 2003, when the West Coast Employment Committee embarked on its quest to showcase the Guild’s talented members to the major employers in our industry. The Job Forums quickly became one of the major benefits to being a member of the Producers Guild, and the format migrated east later that year.

The event’s format is often compared to speed dat- ing. Participating PGA members sit in groups, where they are joined by a potential employer. Members at the table get a chance to market themselves for two minutes — it’s longer than you think — a great way to hone your interview skills. It’s a format that forces you to be direct about how you’re a good fit for the person in front of you, and they listen intently as they have only two minutes to suss you out. After a prescribed amount of time, a bell sounds, and the employers rotate to the next table.

Alex MacDowell, Director of Production Management at AETN, greets a table at the 2010 PGA East Non-Fiction Job Forum

In the course of one event, employers meet scores of experienced PGA professionals and leave with a binder brimming with resumes — a fantastic resource to staff up their next project. For PGA members, besides the obvious benefit, it’s also a chance to find out what employers are looking for — and network with lots of their fellow PGA members. (You never know where your next job will come from!) The event is a win-win for everyone involved.

Over the course of a year, the Employment Committees organize separate job forums for separate categories of production. On the West Coast, employ- ers are eagerly signing up for the Episodic/Scripted TV Job Forum, which will be held Saturday, January 29. Representatives from ABC, CBS, NBC, Comedy Central and Sony TV to name but a few, are already lined up to make their acquaintance with dozens of PGA members. The PGA East’s Job Forum for Scripted Production takes place in the fall.

PGA members who work in reality and non-fiction can look forward to their own job forum, held in the spring on both coasts, with a second non-fiction forum under consideration for later in the year in Los Angeles. This forum is regularly used as a resource by such companies as Mark Burnett Productions, FremantleMedia, Endemol, E!, OWN and many more. Feature film and long-form television are given a separate forum in Los Angeles, usually in October, with past attendees including representatives from Warner Bros., Walt Disney Pictures, Morgan Creek and Miramax.


Employer and PGA East Vice Chair Mark Marabella (second from right) of Marabella Productions meets with members Stephen Palgon, Mitchell Scherr, Cindy Younker, Patrick Denzer and Laura Marini
There are some important differences between the coasts. On the West Coast, the events are more regimented, allowing for more precise specialization. Depending on the forum, the employers a member will meet will work in either scripted TV, non-fiction TV or motion pictures & long-form projects. The looser East Coast events allow for more "cross-pollination,” inviting producers from different platforms and media to the same event. (i.e., so long as your production fits the "scripted” label, the company is welcome at the forum.) For instance, many New York members who work primarily in non-fiction TV also work in no-budget film; the PGA East Scripted Job Forum represents a chance to meet line producers and EPs from bigger-budget films and TV shows and learn a little more about how they can get a leg up in the scripted world. According to Committee members, those events tend to feel something more like group networking at the tables, rather than individual mini-interviews. (The Committee is quick to note that those forums still have resulted in members getting hired!)

The respective Employment Committees approach each Job Forum with a few goals in mind. Job interviews — even just reaching out — can be really stressful and scary, and the upbeat atmosphere at our events alleviates that on both sides of the table.

The obvious goal is getting people jobs, of course, but long-term contacts factor in as well. Especially in this economy, it’s hard to find companies that have openings right at the time of a job forum, so it’s a great way for them to add to their stable of freelancers and have an instant list of names to call upon when they do have openings. For members, it’s not only about looking for an immediate job, but also build- ing up relationships that could lead to something down the road, sometimes creating mentorship opportunities. Many attendees have followed up with informational interviews. Some have been referred by interviewers to other colleagues who are hiring.

Another important goal is to give members more options in their job searches. As productions get smaller and the landscape of the industry changes, it’s important for producers to understand how they can tailor their work experience and skills to different employers and productions. At a job forum, members have the opportunity to meet employers they might not have considered approaching, and hear about opportunities where they didn’t even think to look.

As the industry continues to evolve, the Job Forums will, too. We’ll always strive to reflect the work that’s out there and to provide our members with a variety of opportunities. In this effort, both Committees have expanded their slates of events. Because the film community hires differently than TV and new media, the West Coast Employment Committee successfully experimented with a "Targeted Tuesday” event — a more informal mixer for our film-based members. Based on the success of the initial offering, L.A.–based members can look forward to more over the coming year. The PGA East Employment Committee now also offers a series of job- seeking workshops and a group of legal seminars, with even more programs in store.

The Job Forums remain one of the most consistently popular membership events on either coast. Employers reading this who would like their companies represented at one of our upcoming job forums — including the January 29 event in Los Angeles — should contact Committee Chairs Richie MacDonald (rcmacdonald@sbcglobal.net) or Beverley Ward (bdeliege@mac.com) on the West Coast, or Robin Berla Meyers (rberla@nyc.rr.com) on the East Coast to reserve a place.

On behalf of the entire Guild, we wish you a happy, prosperous and creative new year in 2011!

by Beverley Ward, Richie MacDonald and Robin Berla Meyers
Photos by Lemia Bodden

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PRODUCERS GUILD OF AMERICA ANNOUNCES 2011 PRODUCERS GUILD AWARD WINNERS

Posted By Administration, Wednesday, December 19, 2012
"The King’s Speech” Wins the Darryl F. Zanuck Producer of the Year Award in Theatrical Motion Pictures

LOS ANGELES (January 22, 2011) – Today the Producers Guild of America (PGA) announced this year’s winning motion picture and television productions at the 22nd Annual Producers Guild Awards ceremony held at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles.

In addition to the competitive awards, the PGA honored several individuals with tribute awards including James Cameron with the 2011 Milestone Award; Tom Hanks and Gary Goetzman with the 2011 Norman Lear Achievement Award in Television; Scott Rudin with the 2011 David O. Selznick Achievement Award in Motion Pictures; Laura Ziskin with the Visionary Award; Sean Penn with the 2011 Stanley Kramer Award; and RealD with the 2011 Vanguard Award.

The following is a list of 2011 Producer Guild Awards nominees and winners (in bold and noted with*), listed in alphabetical order by category, along with producers. The producers’ names listed for each nominated production are listed in alphabetical order and are not necessarily the proper order of credits.

The theatrical motion picture nominees are:

The Darryl F. Zanuck Award for Outstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion Pictures:

127 HOURS Producers: Danny Boyle, Christian Colson
BLACK SWAN Producers: Scott Franklin, Mike Medavoy, Brian Oliver
INCEPTION Producers: Christopher Nolan, Emma Thomas
THE FIGHTER Producers: David Hoberman, Todd Lieberman, Mark Wahlberg
THE KIDS ARE ALL RIGHT Producers: Gary Gilbert, Jeffrey Levy-Hinte, Celine Rattray
*THE KING'S SPEECH Producers: Iain Canning, Emile Sherman, Gareth Unwin
THE SOCIAL NETWORK Producers: Dana Brunetti, Ceán Chaffin, Michael De Luca, Scott Rudin
THE TOWN Producers: Basil Iwanyk, Graham King
TOY STORY 3 Producer: Darla K. Anderson
TRUE GRIT Producers: Ethan Coen, Joel Coen, Scott Rudin

The Award for Outstanding Producer of Animated Theatrical Motion Pictures:

DESPICABLE ME Producers: John Cohen, Janet Healy, Christopher Meledandri
HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON Producer: Bonnie Arnold
*TOY STORY 3 Producer: Darla K. Anderson

The Award for Outstanding Producer of Documentary Theatrical Motion Pictures:

CLIENT 9: THE RISE AND FALL OF ELIOT SPITZER Producers: Maiken Baird, Alex Gibney, Jedd Wider, Todd Wider
EARTH MADE OF GLASS Producers: Reid Carolin, Deborah Scranton
INSIDE JOB Producers: Charles Ferguson, Audrey Marrs
SMASH HIS CAMERA Producers: Linda Saffire, Adam Schlesinger
THE TILLMAN STORY Producer: John Battsek
*WAITING FOR ‘SUPERMAN’ Producer: Lesley Chilcott

The television nominees are:

The Danny Thomas Award for Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television - Comedy:

"30 Rock” (NBC) Producers: Robert Carlock, Tina Fey, Marci Klein, Jerry Kupfer, Lorne Michaels, David Miner, Jeff Richmond, Don Scardino
"Curb Your Enthusiasm” (HBO) Producers: Alec Berg, Larry David, Jeff Garlin, Tim Gibbons, David Mandel, Erin O’Malley, Jeff Schaffer
"Glee” (FOX) Producers: Ian Brennan, Dante Di Loreto, Brad Falchuk, Ryan Murphy, Kenneth Silverstein
*"Modern Family” (ABC) Producers: Steven Levitan, Christopher Lloyd, Jeff Morton, Dan O’Shannon, Jason Winer, Bill Wrubel, Danny Zuker
"The Office” (NBC) Producers: Randy Cordray, Greg Daniels, Howard Klein, Paul Lieberstein

The Norman Felton Award for Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television - Drama:

"Breaking Bad” (AMC) Producers: Melissa Bernstein, Vince Gilligan, Mark Johnson, Stewart Lyons, Michelle MacLaren
"Dexter” (Showtime) Producers: Sara Colleton, John Goldwyn, Robert Lloyd Lewis, Clyde Phillips
"Lost” (ABC) Producers: Jack Bender, Bryan Burk, Carlton Cuse, Ra’uf Glasgow, Jean Higgins, Adam Horowitz, Edward Kitsis, Damon Lindelof, Liz Sarnoff, Paul Zbyszewski
*"Mad Men” (AMC)
Producers: Lisa Albert, Scott Hornbacher, Andre Jacquemetton, Maria Jacquemetton, Blake McCormick, Dwayne Shattuck, Matthew Weiner
"True Blood” (HBO) Producers: Alan Ball, Brian Buckner, Gregg Fienberg, Mark McNair, Nancy Oliver, Raelle Tucker, Alexander Woo

The David L. Wolper Award for Outstanding Producer of Long-Form Television:

"Murder on the Orient Express” (PBS) Producer(s): Awaiting final credit determination
"Pillars of the Earth” (Starz) Producers: Rola Bauer, Tim Halkin, David A. Rosemont, John Ryan, Ridley Scott, David W. Zucker
"Temple Grandin” (HBO) Producers: Gil Bellows, Scott Ferguson, Emily Gerson Saines, Paul Lister, Alison Owen
*"The Pacific” (HBO) Producers: Gary Goetzman, Tom Hanks, Eugene Kelly, Todd London, Cherylanne Martin, Bruce C. McKenna, Steven Shareshian, Steven Spielberg, Tony To, Tim Van Patten, Graham Yost
"You Don’t Know Jack” (HBO) Producers: Scott Ferguson, Steve Lee Jones, Barry Levinson, Lydia Dean Pilcher

The Award for Outstanding Producer of Non-Fiction Television:

"Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations” (Travel Channel) Producers: Christopher Collins, Julie Lei, Lydia Tenaglia
*"Deadliest Catch” (Discovery Channel) Producers: Thom Beers, Jeff Conroy, Sheila McCormack, Ethan Prochnik, Matt Renner
"Intervention” (A&E) Producers: Gary R. Benz, Jeff Grogan, Sam Mettler, Dan Partland, Kurt Schemper
"Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List” (Bravo) Producers: Kathy Griffin, Michael Levitt, Amber Mazzola, Blake Webster, Kelly Welsh
"Undercover Boss” (CBS)
Producers: Eli Holzman, Stephen Lambert, Rachelle Mendez, Shauna Minoprio, Stef Wagstaffe, Alex Weresow

The Award for Outstanding Producer of Live Entertainment and Competition Television:

"The Amazing Race” (CBS) Producers: Jerry Bruckheimer, Amy Chacon, Elise Doganieri, Jonathan Littman, Bertram van Munster, Mark Vertullo
*"The Colbert Report” (Comedy Central) Producers: Meredith Bennett, Stephen T. Colbert, Richard Dahm, Tom Purcell, Allison Silverman, Jon Stewart
"Project Runway” (Lifetime) Producers: Jane Cha Cutler, Desiree Gruber, Heidi Klum, Jonathan Murray, Sara Rea, Colleen Sands, Harvey Weinstein
"Real Time with Bill Maher” (HBO) Producers: Scott Carter, Sheila Griffiths, Dean E. Johnsen, Bill Maher, Billy Martin
"Top Chef” (Bravo) Producers: Liz Cook, Daniel Cutforth, Casey Kriley, Jane Lipsitz, Dan Murphy, Nan Strait

*Special note: The Long-Form Television category encompasses both movies of the week and mini-series.

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SNAPSHOTS OF AN EVENING

Posted By Administration, Wednesday, December 19, 2012


We’re not going to show you what happened onstage at the Producers Guild Awards last month; you can check our video feature for that. But we’ve collected a series of photos that take you everywhere other than the stage… Oscars producer Bruce Cohen chatting with King’s Speech director Tom Hooper before dinner; David Fincher embracing Visionary Award nominee Laura Ziskin on the red carpet; host Judd Apatow trying out some of the night’s material on Will Ferrell and Adam McKay; Tom Hanks and Kenneth Branagh cracking up backstage; PGA President Hawk Koch in the green room after the show, congratulating the Awards team on a job well done.

In this photo slideshow, you’ll see nominees, power players, stars and PGA members mixing and mingling together, before, during and after the Awards. It’s as close as you can get to the "feel” and the spirit of the event without being there. And if you weren’t there this year, we hope that you’re sufficiently inspired by them to come out for our 2012 Awards show. (It’ll be here before you know it.)

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PGA Members Mentor Future PGA Members

Posted By Administration, Wednesday, December 19, 2012

"Made in NY” Production Assistants (from left): Chrystal Norma, Peony Rene Cliff Jean, Adrian Moron, Brian Joseph, Tayna Orta

On the evening of Sunday, January 16, 2011 "The Made in NY” Production Assistant Training Program will host its 4th Annual PA Film Festival showcasing the work of the program’s alumni at Littlefield Performance and Art Space in Park Slope, Brooklyn. The training program was developed in partnership between the Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment and Brooklyn Workforce Innovations, a non-profit whose mission is to give unemployed and underemployed New Yorkers a chance to work in an exciting career. PGA East Co-Chair of Employment, Nancy Goldman, works as job developer for the program which has graduated over 250 certified production assistants in the five years since its inception. The PAs have worked on over 1,000 productions in the city. This fall several students cut their teeth on John Leguizamo’s upcoming movie "Fugly” which PGA member Brian David Cange line produced. Other PGA members, including Vice-Chairs Mark Marabella and Dana Kuznetzkoff, Steven Holtzman, Michelle Budnick, Mike Stafford, Roni Wheeler, Rachel Watanabe-Batton, Jamie Schutz, Marcia Mule and former PGA East Chair David Picker, have been guest instructors.

Many alumni work on their own projects simultaneously and the festival provides a venue for the various projects to be screened and for the graduates to network with each other for future collaborations. Last year’s festival featured clips of 22 entries which included short films, documentaries and music videos that graduates produced, directed, shot and/or wrote themselves. This year, for the first time, the "Made in NY” PA Training Program staff will bestow a "Best Producer” Award. PGA East Chair, John Hadity, will provide a top honor by meeting with the winner to hone their pitch. In 2009, then Vice Chair Lydia Dean Pilcher contributed a similar prize to Gabrielle Rivera who won with her short film Spanish Girls are Beautiful.


"Made in NY” Production Assistant Myo Campbell
Alexander took first prize in 2010 with his short film, Abidjan, the story of a young soccer prodigy, which was shot in New York and Ivory Coast in West Africa. The short has gone on to win the Award of Merit from the LA Cinema Festival of Hollywood and has been an official selection in several other festivals. Second place went to Anthony Palmini who saved his money to buy a camera and shot his short in one day. Not only did he write and direct his VH1style mockumentary, H.U.G. Story, but he also composed the extensive score. Dorothy Hall’s documentary about a fighter, Diendo: The African Animal, garnered third place honors. Prizes of up to $1000 were donated by the local NYC production vendors Eastern Effects, Wit’s End and Gotham Sound.

An enthusiastic crowd of more than 150 supporters turned out last year and this year’s celebration promises to be bigger and better. For information about how you can attend, or to hire a "Made in NY” Production Assistant, please call Nancy Goldman at 718-757-5816.







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PRODUCERS GUILD OF AMERICA ANNOUNCES THEATRICAL MOTION PICTURE AND TELEVISION NOMINATIONS FOR 2011

Posted By Administration, Wednesday, December 19, 2012
PRODUCER JUDD APATOW TO HOST THE 22ND ANNUAL PRODUCERS
GUILD AWARDS CEREMONY

LOS ANGELES (January 4, 2010) – The Producers Guild of America (PGA) announced
today the television and motion picture nominations for the 2011 Producers Guild
Awards. The three Producers Guild Awards categories for film include: The Darryl F.
Zanuck Award for Outstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion Pictures; The Award for
Outstanding Producer of Animated Theatrical Motion Pictures; and The Award for
Outstanding Producer of Documentary Theatrical Motion Pictures. The five television
categories include: The Danny Thomas Award for Outstanding Producer of Episodic
Television, Comedy; The Norman Felton Award for Outstanding Producer of Episodic
Television, Drama; The David L. Wolper Award for Outstanding Producer of Long-Form
Television; The Award for Outstanding Producer of Non-Fiction Television; and The
Award for Outstanding Producer of Live Entertainment and Competition Television.

The winners in each category will be announced at the Producers Guild Awards
ceremony on Saturday, January 22nd at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. Additionally, the Guild
will pay tribute to several special individual honorees during the 22nd Annual Producers
Guild Awards ceremony including: James Cameron (Milestone Award), Tom Hanks
and Gary Goetzman (Norman Lear Achievement Award in Television), Scott Rudin
(David O. Selznick Achievement Award in Theatrical Motion Pictures), Laura Ziskin
(Visionary Award) and RealD (Vanguard Award).

Award-winning producer, director and
writer Judd Apatow will serve as host
of the 22nd Annual Producers Guild
Awards ceremony. Critically acclaimed
for his comedic television ventures along
with an enormously successful list of film
credits, Apatow has produced such films
as: THE 40 YEAR-OLD VIRGIN,
KNOCKED UP, FUNNY PEOPLE,
ANCHORMAN: THE LEGEND OF RON
BURGUNDY, SUPERBAD, PINEAPPLE
EXPRESS, FORGETTING SARAH
MARSHALL, GET HIM TO THE GREEK,
THE CABLE GUY; and television series:
"Freaks and Geeks,” "Undeclared",
"The Larry Sanders Show” and "The Ben
Stiller Show,” among others. In addition to a
long list of projects currently in development
under his production venture Apatow
Productions, Apatow will next re-team with "Freaks and Geeks” collaborator Paul Feig
on BRIDESMAIDS, which Feig directed (set for release in May 2011), followed by David
Wain’s WANDERLUST (set for release in October 2011).

The 2011 Producers Guild Awards nominated films and television programs are listed
below in alphabetical order by category, along with producers. The producers’ names
listed for each nominated production are listed in alphabetical order and are not
necessarily the proper order of credits.

The theatrical motion picture nominees are:

The Darryl F. Zanuck Award for Outstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion Pictures:

127 HOURS
Producers: Danny Boyle, Christian Colson

BLACK SWAN
Producers: Scott Franklin, Mike Medavoy, Brian Oliver

INCEPTION
Producers: Christopher Nolan, Emma Thomas

THE FIGHTER
Producers: David Hoberman, Todd Lieberman, Mark Wahlberg

THE KIDS ARE ALL RIGHT
Producers: Gary Gilbert, Jeffrey Levy-Hinte, Celine Rattray

THE KING'S SPEECH
Producers: Iain Canning, Emile Sherman, Gareth Unwin

THE SOCIAL NETWORK
Producers: Dana Brunetti, Ceán Chaffin, Michael De Luca, Scott Rudin

THE TOWN
Producers: Basil Iwanyk, Graham King

TOY STORY 3
Producer: Darla K. Anderson

TRUE GRIT
Producers: Ethan Coen, Joel Coen, Scott Rudin

The Award for Outstanding Producer of Animated Theatrical Motion Pictures:

DESPICABLE ME
Producers: John Cohen, Janet Healy, Christopher Meledandri

HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON
Producer: Bonnie Arnold

TOY STORY 3
Producer: Darla K. Anderson

Special Note: The PGA already announced the nominations for the Award for
Outstanding Producer of Documentary Theatrical Motion Pictures on December 2010;
the list below includes producer credits.

The Award for Outstanding Producer of Documentary Theatrical Motion Pictures:

CLIENT 9: THE RISE AND FALL OF ELIOT SPITZER
Producer(s): Awaiting final credit determination

EARTH MADE OF GLASS
Producers: Reid Carolin, Deborah Scranton

INSIDE JOB
Producers: Charles Ferguson, Audrey Marrs

SMASH HIS CAMERA
Producers: Linda Saffire, Adam Schlesinger

THE TILLMAN STORY
Producer: John Battsek

WAITING FOR ‘SUPERMAN’
Producer: Lesley Chilcott

The television nominees are:

The Danny Thomas Award for Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television, Comedy:

"30 Rock” (NBC)
Producers: Robert Carlock, Tina Fey, Marci Klein, Jerry Kupfer, Lorne Michaels,
David Miner, Jeff Richmond, Don Scardino

"Curb Your Enthusiasm” (HBO)
Producers: Alec Berg, Larry David, Jeff Garlin, Tim Gibbons, David Mandel,
Erin O’Malley, Jeff Schaffer

"Glee” (FOX)
Producers: Ian Brennan, Dante Di Loreto, Brad Falchuk, Ryan Murphy, Kenneth
Silverstein

"Modern Family” (ABC)
Producers: Steven Levitan, Christopher Lloyd, Jeff Morton, Dan O’Shannon,
Jason Winer, Bill Wrubel, Danny Zuker

"The Office” (NBC)
Producers: Randy Cordray, Greg Daniels, Howard Klein, Paul Lieberstein

The Norman Felton Award for Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television, Drama:

"Breaking Bad” (AMC)
Producers: Melissa Bernstein, Vince Gilligan, Mark Johnson, Stewart Lyons,
Michelle MacLaren

"Dexter” (Showtime)
Producers: Sara Colleton, John Goldwyn, Robert Lloyd Lewis, Clyde Phillips

"Lost” (ABC)
Producers: Jack Bender, Bryan Burk, Carlton Cuse, Ra’uf Glasgow, Jean Higgins,
Adam Horowitz, Edward Kitsis, Damon Lindelof, Liz Sarnoff, Paul Zbyszewski

"Mad Men” (AMC)
Producers: Lisa Albert, Scott Hornbacher, Andre Jacquemetton, Maria
Jacquemetton, Blake McCormick, Dwayne Shattuck, Matthew Weiner

"True Blood” (HBO)
Producers: Alan Ball, Brian Buckner, Gregg Fienberg, Mark McNair, Nancy
Oliver, Raelle Tucker, Alexander Woo

The David L. Wolper Award for Outstanding Producer of Long-Form Television:

"Murder on the Orient Express” (PBS)
Producer(s): Awaiting final credit determination

"Pillars of the Earth” (Starz)
Producer(s): Awaiting final credit determination

"Temple Grandin” (HBO)
Producers: Gil Bellows, Scott Ferguson, Emily Gerson Saines, Paul Lister, Alison
Owen

"The Pacific” (HBO)
Producers: Gary Goetzman, Tom Hanks, Eugene Kelly, Todd London,
Cherylanne Martin, Bruce C. McKenna, Steven Shareshian, Steven Spielberg,
Tony To, Tim Van Patten, Graham Yost

"You Don’t Know Jack” (HBO)
Producers: Scott Ferguson, Steve Lee Jones, Barry Levinson, Lydia Dean Pilcher

The Award for Outstanding Producer of Non-Fiction Television:

"Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations” (Travel Channel)
Producer(s): Awaiting final credit determination

"Deadliest Catch” (Discovery Channel)
Producer(s): Awaiting final credit determination

"Intervention” (A&E)
Producer(s): Awaiting final credit determination

"Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List” (Bravo)
Producer(s): Awaiting final credit determination

"Undercover Boss” (CBS)
Producer(s): Awaiting final credit determination

The Award for Outstanding Producer of Live Entertainment and Competition Television:

"The Amazing Race” (CBS)
Producers: Jerry Bruckheimer, Amy Chacon, Elise Doganieri, Jonathan Littman,
Bertram van Munster, Mark Vertullo

"The Colbert Report” (Comedy Central)
Producers: Meredith Bennett, Stephen T. Colbert, Richard Dahm, Tom Purcell,
Allison Silverman, Jon Stewart

"Project Runway” (Lifetime)
Producer(s): Awaiting final credit determination

"Real Time with Bill Maher” (HBO)
Producers: Scott Carter, Sheila Griffiths, Dean E. Johnsen, Bill Maher, Billy
Martin

"Top Chef” (Bravo)
Producer(s): Awaiting final credit determination

Special note: The Long-Form Television category encompasses both movies of the
week and mini-series.

2011 Producers Guild Awards Press Credentials: To cover the 2011 Producers Guild
Awards, a completed press credential application form MUST be received no later than
Friday, January 14, 2011 to receive consideration. To request a Producers Guild Awards
Credential application, please email Erin Shiba at Erin.Shiba@42West.net or Brittany
Geldmacher at Brittany.Geldmacher@42West.net.

All other Producers Guild media inquiries should be directed to Kelly Mullens at (310)
477-4442 or KKMullens@42West.net.

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