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Universal's war drama 1917 won outstanding producer of theatrical motion pictures at the 31st annual Producers Guild Awards on Saturday night, received by a producing team that includes director Sam Mendes.
During the program, trophies were presented in categories spanning film and television. Among the latter, the evening's winners were mostly in line with those who triumphed at this year's Emmy Awards, such as Leaving Neverland, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, and RuPaul's Drag Race.
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Apollo 11 took home best documentary, while additional film recipients included fellow NASA project Apollo: Missions To The Moon for outstanding producer of televised or streamed motion pictures and Toy Story 4 for best animated theatrical motion picture.
The PGA also bestowed special honors during the ceremony, with the first of the evening going to Ted Sarandos. Late-night host Jimmy Kimmel — who said he was filling in for a sick Ellen DeGeneres — presented Netflix's chief content officer with the Milestone Award, initially joking that he was just one of the many people Sarandos could have called on, like Adam Sandler or "the two f—king popes."
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Later, Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin awarded Grace and Frankie creator Marta Kauffman with the Norman Lear Achievement Award. On...
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