PGA Awards: TV Nominations Announced

The Producers Guild of America announced its TV nominees today. The usual suspects (“People v. O.J. Simpson,” “Westworld”) showed up, as did some surprises. The film nominees will be announced on Jan. 10. The ceremony takes place Jan. 28. Check out the full list of TV noms below. David L. Wolper Award for Outstanding Producer […]


‘Loving’ to Receive Special Honor at PGA Awards

“Loving” will receive the Stanley Kramer Award from the Producers Guild of America, it was announced today. The award, which honors productions that raise public awareness of social issues, will be given at the PGA Awards on Jan. 28. “Loving” certainly does just that. The film stars Ruth Negga, Joel Edgerton, Michael Shannon and Nick Kroll in […]

Lady Gaga Set to Perform “Til It Happens To You” at PGA Awards

The Producers Guild of America announced today that singer Lady Gaga will be performing her Oscar- and Grammy-nominated song “Til It Happens To You” at Saturday’s PGA Awards. The song, which was co-written by Lady Gaga and Diane Warren, is featured in Kirby Dick’s documentary “The Hunting Ground.” “The Hunting Ground,” which ultimately failed to […]

PGA Awards Date Set for Next Year

The Producers Guild of America announced today that the 26th annual PGA Awards for next year will take place on Saturday, Jan. 24, 2015 at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza in Los Angeles. The PGA honors producers in film, television and New Media in the U.S. The PGA’s membership includes over 4,700 members of the […]

Did the PGA Provide Us With a Frontrunner for the Animated Feature Oscar?

In a race that has been without a real frontrunner, the Producers Guild of America might have finally given us the one to beat for Oscar’s Best Animated Feature this past weekend. Wreck-It Ralph was named the best animated theatrical motion picture of the year by the PGA, honoring Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Clark Spencer as the Outstanding […]

Awards Circuit Power Hour – LIVE Podcast and Blog for the SAG Awards!

It’s that time again we’re taking questions for Power Hour! We’ll be broadcasting LIVE on Blog Talk radio talking about the PGA Awards, how the Oscar race stands now, and announce the winners of the first annual Circuit Awards! There will be an opportunity for you to send your questions LIVE during the recording of Power […]

Circuit Round-Up (Week Ending 1/27)

As the talk of 2012 slowly comes to an end, The Awards Circuit moves forward by embracing the new film year. Joey Magidson and Terence Johnson spent a full nine days in Park City, Utah getting to know the films and filmmakers that could make a huge impact in 2013. Check out their interviews, reviews […]

Circuit Round-Up (Week Ending 12/2)

Hello again, all ye faithful readers of The Awards Circuit. As I’m sure you noticed, we were experiencing some technical difficulties earlier in the week due to increased online traffic and had to perform a full update so you all could have the most comfortable experience possible browsing through our beloved site. We thank you […]

2013 PGA Nominees for Best Documentary

Ummm…first thing that comes to mind, where the hell is Amy Berg’s West of Memphis?  Don’t know what the standards are but that film and Searching for Sugar Man, stand as one of the year’s best period, in any category. Check out the full press release below: LOS ANGELES, CA (November 30, 2012) – The […]

Producers Guild Launches Online Job Board

The Producers Guild of America has created a new website for their members as a way to provide better access to those looking for work. They started working on this back in February, and seem pleased with the final outcome. Here is the official press release: LOS ANGELES (July 30, 2012) – The Producers Guild of […]

Key Dates Announced for The Producers Guild Awards

The Producers Guild of America (PGA) has released a statement today announcing key dates for submissions and deadlines for their 2013 Awards presentation. The 24th annual presentation of the awards show will take place on Saturday, January 26, 2013. The PGA has a great history of lining up with what will win the Best Picture Oscar. Since its inception in […]