Updated with full list of winners: The Producers Guild unveiled the year’s best in film and TV producing Saturday at the 31st annual PGA Awards at the Hollywood Palladium, with Universal
taking the top film prize. It keeps the momentum going strong for Sam Mendes’ World War I epic, which is produced and financed by Amblin Partners
and New Republic
, after it picked up the Golden Globe for Best Picture – Drama earlier this month.
The PGA via its marquee category has picked the Best Picture Oscar 21 times in its 30-year history, including Green Book
, another Universal pic, last year, and Fox Searchlight’s The Shape of Water
“Thank you very, very much Producers Guild,” Mendes said onstage in his acceptance speech. “This film was inspired by my grandfather, and my hope above all was to honor his experience. I have to pay tribute to the efforts on