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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.

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The ceremony has been hosted each year by celebrity host/presenters, including Nick Clooney, Michael Douglas, Robert Guillaume, James Earl Jones, Jack Lemmon, Shirley MacLaine, Garry Marshall, Walter Matthau, Ronald Reagan, Marlo Thomas, Grant Tinker, and Ted Turner, among others.

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Ceremonies

Edition Date Location Best Theatrical Motion Picture
1st Golden Laurel Awards March 28, 1990 Beverly Wilshire Hotel Driving Miss Daisy
2nd Golden Laurel Awards March 5, 1991 Dances with Wolves
3rd Golden Laurel Awards March 4, 1992 The Silence of the Lambs
4th Golden Laurel Awards March 3, 1993 The Crying Game
5th Golden Laurel Awards March 2, 1994 Schindler’s List
6th Golden Laurel Awards March 8, 1995 Forrest Gump
7th Golden Laurel Awards March 4, 1996 Apollo 13
8th Golden Laurel Awards March 12, 1997 Universal Hilton Hotel The English Patient
9th Golden Laurel Awards March 3, 1998 The Beverly Hilton Titanic
10th Golden Laurel Awards March 3, 1999 The Century Plaza Hotel Saving Private Ryan
11th Golden Laurel Awards March 2, 2000 American Beauty
12th Golden Laurel Awards March 3, 2001 Gladiator
13th Producers Guild of America Awards March 3, 2002 Moulin Rouge!
14th Producers Guild of America Awards March 2, 2003 Chicago
15th Producers Guild of America Awards January 17, 2004 The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
16th Producers Guild of America Awards January 22, 2005 Culver Studios The Aviator
17th Producers Guild of America Awards January 22, 2006 Universal Hilton Hotel Brokeback Mountain
18th Producers Guild of America Awards January 20, 2007 The Century Plaza Hotel Little Miss Sunshine
19th Producers Guild of America Awards February 2, 2008 The Beverly Hilton No Country for Old Men
20th Producers Guild of America Awards January 24, 2009 Hollywood Palladium Slumdog Millionaire
21st Producers Guild of America Awards January 24, 2010 The Hurt Locker
22nd Producers Guild of America Awards January 22, 2011 The Beverly Hilton The King’s Speech
23rd Producers Guild of America Awards January 21, 2012 The Artist
24th Producers Guild of America Awards January 26, 2013 Argo
25th Producers Guild of America Awards January 19, 2014 12 Years a Slave & Gravity
26th Producers Guild of America Awards January 24, 2015 The Century Plaza Hotel Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)
27th Producers Guild of America Awards January 23, 2016 The Big Short
28th Producers Guild of America Awards January 28, 2017 The Beverly Hilton La La Land
29th Producers Guild of America Awards January 20, 2018 The Shape of Water
30th Producers Guild of America Awards January 19, 2019 Green Book
31st Producers Guild of America Awards January 18, 2020 Hollywood Palladium 1917
32nd Producers Guild of America Awards March 24, 2021 TBD TBD

Producers of the Year Awards[edit]

* Denotes a film that also won a corresponding Academy Award

Film winners[edit]

Best Theatrical Motion Picture[edit]

  • 1989: Driving Miss Daisy *
by producers Lili Fini Zanuck and Richard D. Zanuck
  • 1990: Dances with Wolves *
by producers Jim Wilson and Kevin Costner
  • 1991: The Silence of the Lambs *
by producers Edward Saxon, Kenneth Utt, and Ron Bozman
  • 1992: The Crying Game
by producer Stephen Woolley
  • 1993: Schindler’s List *
by producers Branko Lustig, Gerald R. Molen, and Steven Spielberg
  • 1994: Forrest Gump *
by producers Wendy Finerman, Charles Newirth, Steve Starkey, and Steve Tisch
  • 1995: Apollo 13
by producers Brian Grazer and Todd Hallowell
  • 1996: The English Patient *
by producer Saul Zaentz
  • 1997: Titanic *
by producers James Cameron and Jon Landau
  • 1998: Saving Private Ryan
by producers Steven Spielberg, Allison Lyon Segan, Bonnie Curtis, Ian Bryce, Mark Gordon, and Gary Levinsohn
  • 1999: American Beauty *
by producers Bruce Cohen and Dan Jinks
  • 2000: Gladiator *
by producers Branko Lustig and Douglas Wick
  • 2001: Moulin Rouge!
by producers Fred Baron, Martin Brown, and Baz Luhrmann
  • 2002: Chicago *
by producers Martin Richards
  • 2003: The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King *
by producers Peter Jackson, Barrie M. Osborne, and Fran Walsh
  • 2004: The Aviator
by producers Graham King and Michael Mann
  • 2005: Brokeback Mountain
by producers Diana Ossana and James Schamus
  • 2006: Little Miss Sunshine
by producers Albert Berger, David T. Friendly, Peter Saraf, Marc Turtletaub, and Ron Yerxa
  • 2007: No Country for Old Men *
by producers Scott Rudin, Joel Coen, and Ethan Coen
  • 2008: Slumdog Millionaire *
by producer Christian Colson
  • 2009: The Hurt Locker *
by producers Kathryn Bigelow, Mark Boal, Nicolas Chartier, and Greg Shapiro
  • 2010: The King’s Speech *
by producers Iain Canning, Emile Sherman, and Gareth Unwin
  • 2011: The Artist *
by producer Thomas Langmann
  • 2012: Argo *
by producers Grant Heslov, Ben Affleck, and George Clooney
  • 2013: 12 Years a Slave * (TIE)
by producers Anthony Katagas, Jeremy Kleiner, Steve McQueen, Brad Pitt, and Dede Gardner
Gravity (TIE)
by producers Alfonso Cuarón and David Heyman
  • 2014: Birdman *
by producers Alejandro G. Iñárritu, John Lesher, and James W. Skotchdopole
  • 2015: The Big Short
by producers Brad Pitt, Dede Gardner, and Jeremy Kleiner
  • 2016: La La Land
by producers Fred Berger, Jordan Horowitz, and Marc Platt
  • 2017: The Shape of Water *
by producers Guillermo del Toro and J. Miles Dale
  • 2018: Green Book *
by producers Jim Burke, Charles B. Wessler, Brian Hayes Currie, Peter Farrelly and Nick Vallelonga
  • 2019: 1917
by producers Sam Mendes, Pippa Harris, Jayne-Ann Tenggren and Callum McDougall

Best Animated Motion Picture[edit]

  • 2005: Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit *
by producers Claire Jennings and Nick Park
  • 2006: Cars
by producer Darla K. Anderson
  • 2007: Ratatouille *
by producer Brad Lewis
  • 2008: WALL-E *
by producer Jim Morris
  • 2009: Up *
by producer Jonas Rivera
  • 2010: Toy Story 3 *
by producer Darla K. Anderson
  • 2011: The Adventures of Tintin
by producers Peter Jackson, Steven Spielberg, and Kathleen Kennedy
  • 2012: Wreck-It Ralph
by producer Clark Spencer
  • 2013: Frozen *
by producer Peter Del Vecho
  • 2014: The Lego Movie
by producer Dan Lin
  • 2015: Inside Out *
by producer Jonas Rivera
  • 2016: Zootopia *
by producer Clark Spencer
  • 2017: Coco *
by producer Darla K. Anderson
  • 2018: Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse *
by producers Avi Arad, Amy Pascal, Phil Lord and Christopher Miller
  • 2019: Toy Story 4 *
by producers Mark Nielsen, and Jonas Rivera

2019 Producers Guild Awards Winners List – 'Green Book', 'Americans',  'Maisel' – Deadline

Stanley Kramer Award[edit]

Since 2002, this award has been given for films that “illuminate provocative social issues”

  • 2002: I Am Sam
by producers Jessie Nelson, Barbara Hall, Edward Zwick, Marshall Herskovitz, and Richard Solomon
  • 2003: Antwone Fisher
by producers Todd Black, Randa Haines, and Denzel Washington
  • 2004: In America
by producers Jim Sheridan and Arthur Lappin
  • 2005: Hotel Rwanda (TIE)
by producer Terry George
Voces inocentes (Innocent Voices) (TIE)
by producer Lawrence Bender
  • 2006: Good Night, and Good Luck.
by producer Grant Heslov
  • 2007: An Inconvenient Truth
by producers Lawrence Bender, Scott Z. Burns, and Laurie David
  • 2008: The Great Debaters
by producers Todd Black, Kate Forte, Joe Roth, and Oprah Winfrey
  • 2009: Milk
by producers Dan Jinks and Bruce Cohen
  • 2010: Precious
by producers Lee Daniels, Sarah Siegel-Magness, and Gary Magness
  • 2011: Sean Penn
first person to receive a Stanley Kramer Award
  • 2012: In the Land of Blood and Honey
by producers Angelina Jolie, Graham King, and Timothy Headington
  • 2013: Bully (2011, released in the US in 2012)
by producers Cynthia Lowen, Lee Hirsch, and Cindy Waitt
  • 2014: Fruitvale Station
by producers Forest Whitaker and Nina Yang Bongiovi
  • 2015: The Normal Heart
by producers Scott Ferguson and Alexis Martin Woodall
  • 2016: The Hunting Ground
by producer Amy Ziering
  • 2017: Loving
by producers Ged Doherty, Colin Firth, et al.
  • 2018: Get Out
by producers Sean McKittrick, Jason Blum, Edward H. Hamm Jr., and Jordan Peele
  • 2019: Bombshell
by producers Aaron L. Glibert, Jay Roach, et al.

Television winners[edit]

Best Episodic Comedy[edit]

Best Episodic Drama[edit]

Best Long-Form Television[edit]

Best Limited Series Television[edit]

Best Streamed or Televised Movie[edit]

External links[edit]

  • Official PGA website
  • TheHollywoodReporter: 2008 Nominees