The PGA is out with more headliners for its 2016 Produced By Conference, which is set for June 4-5 at the Sony lot in Culver City. Among the highlights are a dialogue with Revelations Entertainment President Morgan Freeman and CEO Lori McCreary, and another with FX Networks and FX Productions CEO John Landgraf together with Fargo EP Noah Hawley.

The event also will feature a “360 Profile” roundtable discussion on New Regency with producer-director Steve McQueen along with President and CEO Brad Weston and President of Production Pam Abdy.

Here is the full list of speakers announced today:

Pam Abdy, President of Production, New Regency


Keith Arem, CEO, PCB Productions; “Call of Duty,” “Phoenix Incident”

Fred Baron, Executive Vice President of Feature Production, 20th Century Fox

Marc Bienstock, THE VISIT, SPLIT

Bill Borden, President, First Street FilmsHIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL, THE MERMAID

Joe Chianese,  Executive Vice President, EP Financial Solutions

John Davis, Chairman, Davis Entertainment; CHRONICLE, “The Blacklist”

Jim Economos, Vice President- Production Safety, Legendary Entertainment

Ellen Eliasoph, President and CEO, Village Roadshow Entertainment Group Asia

Katie Fellion, Head of Business Development & Workflow Strategy, Light Iron

Morgan Freeman, President & Co-Founder, Revelations Entertainment; INVICTUS, “Madam Secretary”

David Friendly, Principal, Friendly Films; LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE, “Queen of the South”

Carolyn Giardina, Contributing Editor, Tech, The Hollywood Reporter

Whitney Kimmel Glassberg, Movie Partnerships, Facebook & Instagram

Misha Green, “Underground”

Lt. Adam Hall, Project Officer, Navy Office of Information West

Daniel Hammond, CCO, Broad Green Pictures

Noah Hawley, “Fargo,” “The Unusuals”

John Heinsen, CEO and Executive Producer, Bunnygraph Entertainment

Mike Kelly, CSP, Media Risk Control Manager, ProSight Specialty Insurance

Glenn Kennel, President and CEO, ARRI, Inc.

Rachel Klein, Producer/CEO, Fire Starter Studios, Solaris Media Group; “30 for 30, The Fab Five,” NEA “United States of Arts”

Josh Kline, Head of Media & Entertainment, Box

John Landgraf, Chief Executive Officer, FX Networks and FX Productions

Howard Lee, Executive Vice President, Development & Production, TLC; General Manager, Discovery Life Channel

Gary Levine, President, Programming, Showtime Networks Inc.

Joe Lewis, Head of Half-Hour Programming, Amazon Studios

Peter Mavromates, GONE GIRL, “House of Cards”

Lori McCreary, CEO & Co-Founder, Revelations Entertainment; President of the Producers Guild


Chris Moore, Principal, The Media Farm; “The Chair,” “Project Greenlight”

Lydia Dean Pilcher, Producer, Cine Mosaic; CUTIE AND THE BOXER, THE QUEEN OF KATWE

Sherri Potter, Head of Post Production Services, Technicolor

Russ Robertson, Vice President of Marketing, Panavision

Melissa Rosenberg, Tall Girls Productions; “Marvel’s Jessica Jones,” screenwriter “Twilight” franchise

Ben Rosenblatt, Producer/Head of VFX and Post, Bad Robot; STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS, 10 CLOVERFIELD

Dana Ross, International Marketing Executive, ARRI Rental

Jonathan Saba, Vice President of Marketing, Saban Films

Chachi Senior, Senior Vice President, Original Series, Spike TV

Stacy Smith, Director, Media, Diversity, and Social Change Initiative, Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism at the University of Southern California

Beatrice Springborn, Head of Originals, Hulu

William Stuart, President, Aurora Productions Inc.; THE ROCK, EDDIE AND THE CRUISERS

Leslie Urdang, President, Mar-Key Pictures; BEGINNERS, RABBIT HOLE

Brad Weston, CEO and President, New Regency

Winnie Wong, SVP, Momentous Insurance Brokerage