Morgan Freeman, Steve McQueen Added to Produced By Conference

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Produced By 2016 takes place June 4-5.

The Producers Guild of America on Thursday announced more speakers for its 8th annual Produced By Conference.

Morgan Freeman will be in-dialog with CEO Lori McCreary about their company, Revelations Entertainment, and FX Networks CEO John Landgraf will be in-conversation with Fargo's Noah Hawley.

The speaker series also will feature a New Regency roundtable discussion with producer/director Steve McQueen (12 Years a Slave) along with the company’s president-CEO Brad Weston and president of production Pam Abdy.

Produced By 2016 is set to take place June 4-5 on the Sony Pictures studio lot in Culver City. 

A full of speakers follows.

Pam Abdy, president of production, New Regency
Jeremy Alter, Touched With Fire
Keith Arem, CEO, PCB Productions; Call of Duty
Fred Baron, executive vp feature production, 20th Century Fox
Marc Bienstock, The Visit
Bill Borden, president, First Street Films; High School Musical
Joe Chianese,  executive vp, EP Financial Solutions
John Davis, chairman, Davis Entertainment; Chronicle
Jim Economos, vp production safety, Legendary Entertainment
Ellen Eliasoph, president and CEO, Village Roadshow Entertainment Group Asia
Katie Fellion, head of business development & workflow strategy, Light Iron
Morgan Freeman, president and co-founder, Revelations Entertainment; Invictus
David Friendly, principal, Friendly Films; Little Miss Sunshine
Carolyn Giardina, contributing editor, tech, The Hollywood Reporter
Whitney Kimmel Glassberg, Movie Partnerships, Facebook & Instagram
Misha Green, Underground
Lt. Adam Hall, project officer, Navy Office of Information West
Daniel Hammond, CCO, Broad Green Pictures
Noah Hawley, Fargo
John Heinsen, CEO and executive producer, Bunnygraph Entertainment
Mike Kelly, CSP, media risk control manager, ProSight Specialty Insurance
Glenn Kennel, president and CEO, ARRI
Rachel Klein, producer/CEO, Fire Starter Studios, Solaris Media Group; 30 for 30, The Fab Five
Josh Kline, head of media & entertainment, Box
John Landgraf, CEO, FX Networks and FX Productions
Howard Lee, executive vp, development & production, TLC; general manager, Discovery Life Channel
Gary Levine, president, programming, Showtime Networks
Joe Lewis, head of half-hour programming, Amazon Studios
Peter Mavromates, Gone Girl
Lori McCreary, CEO and co-founder, Revelations Entertainment; president of the Producers Guild of America
Steve McQueen, 12 Years a Slave, Shame
Chris Moore, principal, The Media Farm; Project Greenlight
Lydia Dean Pilcher, producer, Cine Mosaic; The Queen of Katwe
Sherri Potter, head of postproduction services, Technicolor
Russ Robertson, vp marketing, Panavision
Melissa Rosenberg, Tall Girls Productions; Marvel’s Jessica Jones
Ben Rosenblatt, producer/head of VFX and post, Bad Robot; Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Dana Ross, international marketing executive, ARRI Rental
Jonathan Saba, vp marketing, Saban Films
Chachi Senior, senior vp, original series, Spike TV
Stacy Smith, director, media, diversity and social change initiative, Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism at the University of Southern California
Beatrice Springborn, head of originals, Hulu
William Stuart, president, Aurora Productions; The Rock
Leslie Urdang, president, Mar-Key Pictures; Beginners
Brad Weston, CEO and president, New Regency
Winnie Wong, senior vp, Momentous Insurance Brokerage