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Producers Guild of America Award

The Producers Guild of America Award was originally established in 1990 by the Producers Guild of America as the Golden Laurel Awards, created by PGA Treasurer Joel Freeman with the support of Guild President Leonard Stern, in order to honor the visionaries who produce and execute motion picture and television product. The ceremony has been hosted each year by celebrity host/presenters, including Ronald Reagan, Ted Turner, Garry Marshall, Robert Guillaume, Nick Clooney, Jack Lemmon, James Earl Jones, Grant Tinker, Michael Douglas, Walter Matthau, Shirley MacLaine, and Marlo Thomas, among others.


  • Producers of the Year Awards 1
    • Film Winners 1.1
      • Theatrical Motion Picture 1.1.1
      • Animated Motion Picture 1.1.2
      • Stanley Kramer Award 1.1.3
    • Television Winners 1.2
      • Episodic Comedy 1.2.1
      • Episodic Drama 1.2.2
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Producers of the Year Awards

* Denotes a film that also won a corresponding Academy Award.

Film Winners

Theatrical Motion Picture

by producers Lili Fini and Richard D. Zanuck
by producers Jim Wilson and Kevin Costner
by producers Edward Saxon, Kenneth Utt, and Ronald M. Bozman
by producer Stephen Woolley
by producers Branko Lustig, Gerald R. Molen, and Steven Spielberg
by producers Wendy Finerman , Charles Newirth, Steve Starkey, and Steve Tisch
by producers Brian Grazer and Todd Hallowell
by producer Saul Zaentz
by producers James Cameron and Jon Landau
by producers Steven Spielberg, Allison Lyon Segan, Bonnie Curtis, Ian Bryce, Mark Gordon, and Gary Levinsohn
by producers Bruce Cohen and Dan Jinks
by producers Branko Lustig and Douglas Wick
by producers Fred Baron, Martin Brown and Baz Luhrmann
by producers Martin Richards
by producers Peter Jackson, Barrie M. Osborne and Fran Walsh
by producers Graham King and Michael Mann
by producers Diana Ossana and James Schamus
by producers Albert Berger, David T. Friendly, Peter Saraf, Marc Turtletaub and Ron Yerxa
by producers Scott Rudin and Joel and Ethan Coen
by producer Christian Colson
by producers Kathryn Bigelow, Mark Boal, Nicolas Chartier and Greg Shapiro
by producers Iain Canning, Emile Sherman and Gareth Unwin
by producer Thomas Langmann
by producers George Clooney
by producers Anthony Katagas, Jeremy Kleiner, Steve McQueen, Brad Pitt, and Dede Gardner
Gravity (tie)
by producers Alfonso Cuaron and David Heyman

Animated Motion Picture

by producers Claire Jennings and Nick Park
by producer Darla K. Anderson
by producer Brad Lewis
by producer Jim Morris
  • 2009: Up*
by producer Jonas Rivera
by producer Darla K. Anderson
by producer Peter Jackson, Steven Spielberg and Kathleen Kennedy
by producer Clark Spencer
by producer Peter Del Vecho

Stanley Kramer Award

Since 2002, this award has been given for films that "illuminate provocative social issues".

by producers Jessie Nelson, Barbara Hall, Edward Zwick, Marshall Herskovitz, and Richard Solomon
by producers Todd Black, Randa Haines, and Denzel Washington
by producers Jim Sheridan and Arthur Lappin
by producer Terry George
and Voces inocentes (Innocent Voices)
by producer Lawrence Bender
by producers Grant Heslov
by producers Lawrence Bender, Scott Z. Burns, and Laurie David
by producers Todd Black, Kate Forte, Joe Roth, and Oprah Winfrey
by producers Dan Jinks and Bruce Cohen
by producers Lee Daniels, Sarah Siegel-Magness and Gary Magness
first person to receive a Stanley Kramar Award[1]
by producers Angelina Jolie, Graham King, and Tim Headington
  • 2012 Bully (2011, released in the US in 2012)
by producers Cynthia Lowen, Lee Hirsch, and Cindy Waitt
by producers Forest Whitaker and Nina Yang Bongiovi

Television Winners

Episodic Comedy

Episodic Drama


  1. ^

External links

  • Official PGA website
  • TheHollywoodReporter: 2008 Nominees
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