Backlot: Will the Real Producers Please Stand Up?
On the eve of its annual awards, the PGA is fighting for a new designation that distinguishes working producers from those in name only.
The Producers Guild of America is determined to leave its mark on the movies its members produce. As the organization, which represents more than 4,500 producers nationwide, readies for its 22nd annual Producers Guild Awards — set for Jan. 22 at the Beverly Hilton — its leadership has been meeting behind the scenes with studios to promote a new credit designation that would spotlight producers’ contributions.
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