Mindy Kaling, Jeffrey Katzenberg Set for Produced By Conference

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Other announced participants include Danny DeVito, Michael B. Jordan and Alana Mayo.

The 11th annual Produced By Conference has announced its latest round of participants, including Mindy Kaling, Michael B. Jordan and Jeffrey Katzenberg.

This year's programming will include conversations between Kaling and Nancy Meyers, discussing Kaling's latest movie Late Night, and Katzenberg and Meg Whitman, talking about their new shortform venture Quibi. 

The conference is set to take place June 8-9 at Warner Bros. Studios. 

See a list of programming below, with the full schedule found here.  

“Conversation With: Toby Emmerich & Peter Roth” features an in-depth discussion with the Warner Bros. heads of film and television about the future of development across platforms.

“Conversation With: Mindy Kaling & Nancy Meyers sponsored by Delta Air Lines” invites Mindy Kaling, the skyrocketing writer and producer of the upcoming film Late Night, to her first appearance at the Produced By Conference alongside revered director and producer Meyers.

“Conversation With: Michael Douglas & Danny DeVito” features a conversation with the veteran actors discussing their favorite stories from their decades-long careers, including their current work on the award-winning Netflix series The Kominsky Method.

“Conversation With: Jeffrey Katzenberg & Meg Whitman” will bring the Hollywood and tech industry moguls to the stage to talk about their streaming service, Quibi, and provide insights into how disruptive technologies are changing the future of the entertainment industry.  

“360 Profile: When They See Us” will bring Ava DuVernay, Cindy Holland, Jane Rosenthal, Jonathan King and Berry Welsh to the stage to discuss the creation and exploration of important themes in the new Netflix drama When They See Us, which exposes the breakdown of the U.S. criminal justice system during the Central Park Five case.