title

The Art and Business of Producing

Producers Guild of America

0
Followers
0
Plays
The Art and Business of Producing
The Art and Business of Producing

The Art and Business of Producing

Producers Guild of America

0
Followers
0
Plays
OVERVIEWEPISODESYOU MAY ALSO LIKE

Details

About Us

In "The Art and Business of Producing" podcast, the Producers Guild of America shares some of its favorite clips from a variety of educational seminars and panels hosted throughout the years. Here you will hear insights about project development, distribution, finance, new technologies, marketing strategies, and so much more. Listen in as top producers and production professionals share their experiences and give you the tools to advance your own producing career.

Latest Episodes

Inside Showrunning

EHow has the role of the showrunner evolved throughout our current golden age of scripted television? And is it still the most demanding job in showbiz? On any given day, a showrunner will be answering questions (and/or putting out fires) from her writers, director, cast, network, post-production team, UPM… and probably writers, again. In this extraordinary session, a group of television’s top showrunners discuss the finer (and not so fine) points of making scripted television happen. What qualities and skills are required to turn out polished, compelling stories, week after week? And how do the necessities of being a good boss complicate the process of storytelling? Speakers Barbara Hall (Madam Secretary; Homeland; Joan of Arcadia) Jenni Konner (Girls; Help Me Help You; Undeclared) Terence Winter (The Wolf of Wall Street; Boardwalk Empire; The Sopranos) Greg Yaitanes (Banshee; House, M.D.) Moderator Mark Gordon (Saving Private Ryan; Grey’s Anatomy; Ray Donovan; President Emeritus...

47 MIN2017 MAY 5
Comments
Inside Showrunning

Independent Film: The Hottest Ticket In Town

EGetting an independent feature made is more challenging than ever, but as this year’s Oscars demonstrated, uniquely innovative and compelling stories can yield handsome rewards. From story development and assembling a strong producing team to the pitfalls of acquisition, marketing and distribution, this session will cover the bases. Session Sponsor DIRECTV SpeakersRichard Abramowitz President, Abramorama Entertainment Arianna Bocco SVP Acquisitions and Production, IFC Films David Friendly Sneakerheadz, Little Miss Sunshine; Principal, Friendly Films Hanny Patel Senior Director, Digital & Emerging Markets, DIRECTV Russell Schwartz President, Pandemic Marketing ModeratorTed Mundorff President and CEO, Landmark Theatres

59 MIN2017 APR 27
Comments
Independent Film: The Hottest Ticket In Town

Conversation with: Mark Burnett

By its very nature, reality television is a producer’s medium. And no producer in the history of reality TV has defined the format more than Mark Burnett. From his long running franchises Survivor, The Apprentice, Are you Smarter Than a 5th grader?, and Shark Tank to his recent juggernaut The Voice, Burnett consistently has set the terms of the reality TV discussion. This Conversation will turn an eye towards the future of the format, while also discussing the essential elements of reality television success-- from concept development, to casting, to the challenges of structuring story arcs both within and across episodes. How does a producer shape an unfolding story from the sidelines? What are the considerations when making alterations from season to season? And given the 100 million viewers and record DVD sales of Burnett’s hit, The Bible, what lessons of reality production did he apply to his first scripted series? Mark Burnett Survivor, The Voice, The Apprentice, Shark Tank, ...

61 MIN2017 APR 7
Comments
Conversation with: Mark Burnett

Top 5 Things Every Producer Should Know

Whether you’re producing film, television or digital media– the essential questions of producing remain the same. This session will include information regarding copyrights and clearances, scheduling, how to stay on top ofbudgeting, identifying your target market and distribution opportunities as well as on set safety and security. Session sponsored by Momentous Insurance. From Produced By Conference 2016. Speakers: Jeremy Alter, Touched with Fire, Inland Empire Marc Bienstock, SVP of Production, Lightning Entertainment Mike Kelly, Media Risk Control Manager, ProsSight Specialty Insurance Winnie Wong, SVP, Momentous Insurance Brokerage Moderator: Moderated by Rachel Klein, Producer/CEO, Fire Starter Studios, Solaris Media Group; ’30 for 30, The Fab Five’, NEA United States of Arts

49 MIN2017 MAR 21
Comments
Top 5 Things Every Producer Should Know

Conversation with: Joe & Anthony Russo

With the epic opening ofCaptain America: Civil War, Joe & Anthony Russo have completed an unlikely journey from directors of lively, rule-breaking independent films and TV series to creative leaders of the defining blockbuster franchise of our era. This unique Conversation considers the brothers’ extraordinary output as skilled producers and directors of comedies, dramas and superhero slugfests alike. Despite the Russos’ broad and eclectic credits, this session will also seek to explore the defining aspects of the duo’s work that cross media and genres, such as their extraordinary skill with handling large ensemble casts, and their ability to deftly create coherent and consistent (if chaotic) worlds for their characters to run amuck in. Speakers: Anthony Russo, Principal, Getaway Productions; Community, Happy Endings Joe Russo, Principal, Getaway Productions; Community, Happy Endings Moderator: Moderatorby Pete Hammond, Columnist and Chief Film Critic, Deadline Hollywood

45 MIN2017 MAR 3
Comments
Conversation with: Joe & Anthony Russo
the END

Latest Episodes

Inside Showrunning

EHow has the role of the showrunner evolved throughout our current golden age of scripted television? And is it still the most demanding job in showbiz? On any given day, a showrunner will be answering questions (and/or putting out fires) from her writers, director, cast, network, post-production team, UPM… and probably writers, again. In this extraordinary session, a group of television’s top showrunners discuss the finer (and not so fine) points of making scripted television happen. What qualities and skills are required to turn out polished, compelling stories, week after week? And how do the necessities of being a good boss complicate the process of storytelling? Speakers Barbara Hall (Madam Secretary; Homeland; Joan of Arcadia) Jenni Konner (Girls; Help Me Help You; Undeclared) Terence Winter (The Wolf of Wall Street; Boardwalk Empire; The Sopranos) Greg Yaitanes (Banshee; House, M.D.) Moderator Mark Gordon (Saving Private Ryan; Grey’s Anatomy; Ray Donovan; President Emeritus...

47 MIN2017 MAY 5
Comments
Inside Showrunning

Independent Film: The Hottest Ticket In Town

EGetting an independent feature made is more challenging than ever, but as this year’s Oscars demonstrated, uniquely innovative and compelling stories can yield handsome rewards. From story development and assembling a strong producing team to the pitfalls of acquisition, marketing and distribution, this session will cover the bases. Session Sponsor DIRECTV SpeakersRichard Abramowitz President, Abramorama Entertainment Arianna Bocco SVP Acquisitions and Production, IFC Films David Friendly Sneakerheadz, Little Miss Sunshine; Principal, Friendly Films Hanny Patel Senior Director, Digital & Emerging Markets, DIRECTV Russell Schwartz President, Pandemic Marketing ModeratorTed Mundorff President and CEO, Landmark Theatres

59 MIN2017 APR 27
Comments
Independent Film: The Hottest Ticket In Town

Conversation with: Mark Burnett

By its very nature, reality television is a producer’s medium. And no producer in the history of reality TV has defined the format more than Mark Burnett. From his long running franchises Survivor, The Apprentice, Are you Smarter Than a 5th grader?, and Shark Tank to his recent juggernaut The Voice, Burnett consistently has set the terms of the reality TV discussion. This Conversation will turn an eye towards the future of the format, while also discussing the essential elements of reality television success-- from concept development, to casting, to the challenges of structuring story arcs both within and across episodes. How does a producer shape an unfolding story from the sidelines? What are the considerations when making alterations from season to season? And given the 100 million viewers and record DVD sales of Burnett’s hit, The Bible, what lessons of reality production did he apply to his first scripted series? Mark Burnett Survivor, The Voice, The Apprentice, Shark Tank, ...

61 MIN2017 APR 7
Comments
Conversation with: Mark Burnett

Top 5 Things Every Producer Should Know

Whether you’re producing film, television or digital media– the essential questions of producing remain the same. This session will include information regarding copyrights and clearances, scheduling, how to stay on top ofbudgeting, identifying your target market and distribution opportunities as well as on set safety and security. Session sponsored by Momentous Insurance. From Produced By Conference 2016. Speakers: Jeremy Alter, Touched with Fire, Inland Empire Marc Bienstock, SVP of Production, Lightning Entertainment Mike Kelly, Media Risk Control Manager, ProsSight Specialty Insurance Winnie Wong, SVP, Momentous Insurance Brokerage Moderator: Moderated by Rachel Klein, Producer/CEO, Fire Starter Studios, Solaris Media Group; ’30 for 30, The Fab Five’, NEA United States of Arts

49 MIN2017 MAR 21
Comments
Top 5 Things Every Producer Should Know

Conversation with: Joe & Anthony Russo

With the epic opening ofCaptain America: Civil War, Joe & Anthony Russo have completed an unlikely journey from directors of lively, rule-breaking independent films and TV series to creative leaders of the defining blockbuster franchise of our era. This unique Conversation considers the brothers’ extraordinary output as skilled producers and directors of comedies, dramas and superhero slugfests alike. Despite the Russos’ broad and eclectic credits, this session will also seek to explore the defining aspects of the duo’s work that cross media and genres, such as their extraordinary skill with handling large ensemble casts, and their ability to deftly create coherent and consistent (if chaotic) worlds for their characters to run amuck in. Speakers: Anthony Russo, Principal, Getaway Productions; Community, Happy Endings Joe Russo, Principal, Getaway Productions; Community, Happy Endings Moderator: Moderatorby Pete Hammond, Columnist and Chief Film Critic, Deadline Hollywood

45 MIN2017 MAR 3
Comments
Conversation with: Joe & Anthony Russo
the END
hmly
himalayaプレミアムへようこそ聴き放題のオーディオブックをお楽しみください。