The Producers Guild of America has set Oprah Winfrey, and Ava DuVernay (Queen Sugar) as speakers for it’s Ninth Annual Produced By Conference held on June 10 and June 11 at the Fox studio lot in Los Angeles.  Other speakers of the conference will include Dear White People and Burning Sands producer Stephanie Allain, Tracey Edmonds, and breakout filmmaking sensation Jordan Peele.

A few conference highlights pulled from the Produced By website are listed below:

“Winfrey and DuVernay will lead a discussion about their creative partnership as executive producers on their critically-acclaimed OWN television show Queen Sugar, and their approach to leadership both on the set and within the industry.”

“Conversation With: Jordan Peele” invites the Emmy-winning producer/director/writer/actor to share reflections on creating such widely admired projects as his directorial debut “Get Out” and the popular Peabody Award-winning TV sketch series “Key & Peele,” as well as diving into the future for his Monkeypaw Productions.

Check out the complete list of speakers below and for more information on the conference and how you can purchase passes, please click HERE

Stephanie Allain, Principal, Homegrown Pictures, Inc.; “Dear White People” (film and Netflix series), “Hustle & Flow”

Ian Bryce, Principal, Ian Bryce Productions; “Transformers” Franchise, “Saving Private Ryan”

John Canning, Chairman, New Media Council, Producers Guild of America; VP, Interactive Experiences, NBC Entertainment Digital

Damien Chazelle; “La La Land,” “Whiplash”

Joe Chianese, Executive Vice President, EP Financial Solutions

Dan Cohen, Executive Vice President, 21 Laps Entertainment; “Stranger Things,” “Kin”

Eric d’Arbeloff, Co-President and Co-Founder, Roadside Attractions

Moira Demos, Co-Founder Synthesis Films LLC; “Making a Murderer”

Ava DuVernay, Founder, Array; “A Wrinkle in Time,” “Queen Sugar”

Tracey Edmonds, CEO and President, Edmonds Entertainment; Co-Host, “Extra”; “Jumping The Broom,” “With this Ring”

David Glasser, Chief Operating Officer and President, The Weinstein Company; “TIME: The Kalief Browder Story,” “Six”

Jason Goldberg, Chief Creative Officer, Digital and New Media Group/Alternative Content, STX Entertainment

Carla Hacken, President of Production, Sidney Kimmel Entertainment; “Hell or High Water,” “The Book of Henry”

Marshall Herskovitz, Partner, Bedford Falls Company; “The Last Samurai,” “thirtysomething”

Neville L. Johnson, Profit Participation Litigator, Johnson & Johnson LLP Glenn Kennel, President and CEO, ARRI Inc.

Robert Kondo, Founder, Tonko House; “Ratatouille,” “Toy Story 3”

Dan Levine, President, 21 Laps Entertainment; “The Darkest Minds,” “Arrival”

Shawn Levy, Principal, 21 Laps Entertainment; “Stranger Things,” “Arrival”

Gary Lucchesi, President of the Producers Guild of America; “The Lincoln Lawyer,” “Million Dollar Baby”

Christie Mattull, Managing Director, HUB International Insurance Services

Lori McCreary, President of the Producers Guild of America; “Invictus,” “Madam Secretary”

Deborah McIntosh, Agent, Global Finance and Distribution Group, WME

Jade McQueen, Managing Director, Media & Entertainment, Box

Ted Mundorff, President and CEO, Landmark Theatres

Jordan Peele, Principal, Monkeypaw Productions; “Get Out,” “Key and Peele”

Tom Quinn, Founder & CEO, NEON; “Citizenfour,” “Bachelorette”

Laura Ricciardi, Co-Founder Synthesis Films LLC; “Making a Murderer”

Sabrina K. Robinson, CPA, Robinson Granatt LLP

Lilianne (Lía) Rodríguez, Producer & Lawyer based in Cuba

Ted Sarandos, Chief Content Officer, Netflix

Sanjay Sharma, President and Chief Executive Officer, All Def Digital

Daisuke “Dice” Tsutsumi, Founder, Tonko House; “Ratatouille,” “Toy Story 3”

Kevin Turen, President, Phantom Four Films; “The Birth of a Nation,” “Arbitrage”

Angus Wall, Principal, Rock Paper Scissors Entertainment; “Five Came Back,” “13th”

Oprah Winfrey, CEO, OWN and Harpo Films; “Queen Sugar,” “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks”

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