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© 2019 GUILD OF MUSIC SUPERVISORS, INC. 

 

6TH ANNUAL GUILD OF MUSIC SUPERVISOR AWARDS

WINNERS

 

BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION - FILM OVER 25 MILLION

"50 Shades of Grey" - Music Supervisor - Dana Sano

"Creed" - Music Supervisor - Gabe Hilfer

"Kingsman: The Secret Service" - Music Supervisor - Ian Neil

"Pitch Perfect 2" - Music Supervisor - Julia Michels and Julianne Jordan

WINNER: “Straight Outta Compton” - Music Supervisor - Jojo Villanueva

 

BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION - FILM UNDER 25 MILLION

WINNER: "Carol" – Music Supervisor - Randall Poster

"Paper Towns" - Music Supervisor - Season Kent

"Magic Mike XXL" - Music Supervisor - Season Kent

"The Prophet"  - Music Supervisor - Howard Paar

 

BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION - FILM UNDER 5 MILLION

WINNER: "The Diary Of A Teenage Girl" - Music Supervisor - Howard Paar

"Miss You Already" - Music Supervisor - Jojo Villanueva & Jennifer Ross

"Tangerine" - Music Supervisor - Matthew Hearon-Smith

"Welcome To Me" - Music Supervisor - Sean Mulligan

"I’ll See you In My Dreams" - Music Supervisor - Natalie Cervelli

 

 

BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION - DOCUMENTARY

 

"Amy" - Music Supervisor -  Iain Cooke

"Janis: Little Girl Blue" - Music Supervisor - Jonathan McHugh

"The Hunting Ground" - Music Supervisor - Bonnie Greenberg & Christy Gerhart 

"Cobain: Montage of Heck" - Music Supervisor - Howard Paar

"Meet The Patels" - Music Supervisor - Brooke Wentz

WINNER: "The Wrecking Crew" - Music Supervisors - Julie Houlihan, Micki Stern, Suzanne Coffman

 

 

BEST SONG/RECORDING CREATED FOR A FILM

(CLICK HERE TO LISTEN)

“Love Me Like You Do” from 50 Shades of Grey (Written by Savan Kotecha, Ilya  Salmanzadeh, Tove Lo,

Max Martin and Ali Payami; Performed by Ellie Goulding)

- Music Supervisor - DANA SANO

 

“One Kind of Love” from Love and Mercy

(Brian Wilson and Scott Bennett; Performed by Brian Wilson)

 

WINNER: “See You Again” from Furious 7 (DJ Frank E, Charlie Puth, Wiz Khalifa and Andrew Cedar;

Performed by Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth)  UNIVERSAL PICTURES - Music Supervisor - Rachel Levy

 

"Flashlight” from Pitch Perfect 2  (Sia Fuller, Christian Guzman, Jason Moore and Sam Smith)

performed by Hailee Steinfeld and cast.

- Music Supervisors - JULIA MICHELS / JULIANNE JORDAN

 

“Better When I’m Dancing from The Peanuts Movie (Meghan Trainor, Thaddeus Dixon) performed by Meghan Trainor

- Music Supervisor - JOHN HOULIHAN

 

“The Light That Never Fails” from Meru (Adrian Gurvitz, Andra Day & Lauren Christy) performed by Andra Day)

- Music Consultant - TRACY MCKNIGHT

 

 

BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION - TELEVISION DRAMA

"Better Call Saul" — Season 1 - Music Supervisor - Thomas Golubić

WINNER: "Narcos" — Season 1 - Music Supervisor - Liza Richardson

"Teen Wolf" — Season 5A - Music Supervisor - Laura Webb

"The Blacklist" — Season 2 - Music Supervisor - John Bissell

"The Royals" — Season 1 - Music Supervisor - Lindsay Wolfington

 

 

BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION - TELEVISION MUSICAL OR COMEDY

"Black-ish" — Season 1 - Music Supervisor - Gabe Hilfer

WINNER: "Empire" — Season 1 - Music Supervisor - Jen Ross & Dave Jordan

"Girls" — Season 4 - Music Supervisor - Manish Raval, Tom Wolfe and Jonathan Leahy

"Jane the Virgin" — Season 1 - Music Supervisor - Kevin Edelman

"Nashville" — Season 3B - Music Supervisor - Frankie Pine

 

 

BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION - DOCUSERIES OR REALITY TELEVISION

"America’s Best Dance Crew All-Stars: Road to the VMA"  - Music Supervisors - Joel C. High & Erin Dillon

"American Idol" — Season 14 - Music Supervisor - Robin Kaye

"Best Bars In America" — Season 2 - Music Supervisor - Carrie Hughes

"So You Think You Can Dance" — Season 12 - Music Supervisor - Nancy Severinsen

WINNER: "The Voice" — Season 8 - Music Supervision - Clyde Lieberman & Jill Meyers

 

 

BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION - TELEVISION LIMITED SERIES OR MOVIE

"American Crime" - Music Supervisor - Madonna Wade-Reed

WINNER: "Bessie" - Music Supervisors - Evyen Klean & Jennifer Reeve

"Show Me A Hero" - Music Supervisor - Blake Leyh

 

 

BEST SONG/RECORDING CREATED FOR TELEVISION

(CLICK HERE TO LISTEN)

 

Title: “Long Old Road” 

Songwriter: Bessie Smith

Artist: Queen Latifah

Program: Bessie (HBO)

Music Supervisors: Evyen Klean & Jennifer Reeve

 

Title: “Longer” 

Songwriter: Andrea Davidson

Artist: Clare Bowen & Sam Palladio 

Program: Nashville (ABC) - Episode: #317

Music Supervisor: Frankie Pine

 

Title: “Riverside” 

Songwriter: Michael Penn

Artist: Allison Williams

Program: Girls (HBO) - Episode: #410

Music Supervisors: Manish Raval, Tom Wolfe and Jonathan Leahy

 

Title: “Take Me To Texas”

Songwriters: Brandy Clark, Shane McAnally

Artist: George Strait

Program: Texas Rising (History Channel) - Episode: 5

Music Supervisor: Greg Cahn

 

WINNER: Title: “You’re So Beautiful (White Party Version)” 

Songwriters: Jim Beanz, Jussie Smollet, Justin Bostwick

Artist: Jussie Smollet 

Program: Empire (FOX)

Episode: #108

Music Supervisors: Jen Ross & Dave Jordan 

 

BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION - TRAILERS

WINNER: Steve Jobs (Trailer #2)  - Maura Duvall Griffin, Ali Pistoresi – Motive (CLICK HERE TO VIEW)

The Martian (Trailer)  - Marcy Bulkeley - Wild Card (CLICK HERE TO VIEW)

The Angry Birds (Teaser) - Jordan Silverberg - Transit (CLICK HERE TO VIEW)

Captain America Civil War (Trailer) -  Sanaz Lavaedian - Mocean (CLICK HERE TO VIEW)

WINNER: Suicide Squad (Comic Con First Look Trailer) -  Bobby Gumm  - Trailer Park (CLICK HERE TO VIEW)

 

 

BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION IN A VIDEO GAME

"Bloodborne" - Peter Scaturro, Keith Leary – Sony

"Star Wars Battlefront" - Steve Schnur - EA

WINNER: "Guitar Hero Live" - Brandon Young & Katie Byam - Activision

"FIFA 16" - Cybele Pettus - EA

 

 

GUILD OF MUSIC SUPERVISORS LEGACY AWARD

 CHRIS MONTAN

 

 

BEST USE OF MUSIC, BRAND

WINNER: Apple

Make Music with iPad f. Elliphant an Gaslamp Killer: (CLICK HERE TO VIEW)

Someday at Christmas f/ Stevie Wonder and Andra Day: (CLICK HERE TO VIEW)

Beats

Marcus Mariota – Ohana f/ Leon Bridges: (CLICK HERE TO VIEW)

Bacardi

House Party F/ Jack Wood “Born to Wander”: (CLICK HERE TO VIEW)

Geico

It’s What You Do f/ Europe “Final Countdown”: (CLICK HERE TO VIEW

Nike

So Fast f/ Eli “Paperboy Reed”: (CLICK HERE TO VIEW)

Last f/ Aretha Franklin: (CLICK HERE TO VIEW

Snow Day f/ Tupac / James Brown mashup: (CLICK HERE TO VIEW)

 

BEST USE OF MUSIC, MUSIC HOUSE/AGENCY

 

WINNER: Able Baker

Android "Friends Furever" -  Roger Miller "Oo De Lally": (CLICK HERE TO VIEW)

Android "Fingerprints"  - Barry Louis Polisar "I Need You Like a Donut Needs a Hole" : (CLICK HERE TO VIEW)

Samsung VR + Lebron James "Let's Go to Work" - Public Enemy "Welcome to the Terrordome": (CLICK HERE TO VIEW)

 

Elias (Jason Kramer and Michael Goldstein)

Toyota " Move Mountains"  (CLICK HERE TO VIEW)

 

Deutsch (Dave Rocco)

Volkswagen -  (CLICK HERE TO VIEW) and (CLICK HERE TO VIEW)

Martin Garrix x Tiesto - Team UP:  (CLICK HERE TO VIEW)

 

Marmoset

Old Spice:  (CLICK HERE TO VIEW

Depactus:  (CLICK HERE TO VIEW

 

Walker

Nike “Last”:  (CLICK HERE TO VIEW)

Coke "Man, Dog”: (CLICK HERE TO VIEW

Google “Zeitgeist 2015”: (CLICK HERE TO VIEW) 

 

 

Guild of Music Supervisor Legacy Award: Chris Montan

Chris Montan currently serves as President of Walt Disney Music and in that capacity is responsible for overseeing music for a wide variety of Disney projects including all Disney and Pixar animated feature films, all Disney Theatrical stage productions, as well as the music for Walt Disney Theme Parks and Resorts worldwide. Additionally, he serves as executive music producer for all of the Studio’s animated features and works closely in the story process as well as helping to select musical talent. Among his accomplishments, Variety named him “musical supervisor of the decade" in 1997 for his work on such soundtracks as “The Little Mermaid,” “Beauty and the Beast,” “Pretty Woman,” "Sister Act,” “Aladdin,” “The Lion King,” “Pocahontas,” "The Hunchback of Notre Dame,” and “Hercules.” He has been nominated for multiple Grammy® Awards and won Best Original Cast Recording  for “Aida," and Best Compilation Soundtrack For Visual Media for “Frozen.” Under his guidance the Walt Disney Studios has garnered an unprecedented 42 Musical Academy Award® nominations, and 16 Academy Awards in the “Best Song,” "Best Score,” and "Best Musical" categories.

Montan began his association with The Walt Disney Studios in 1984, and three years later was named vice president of music for motion pictures and television. In 1991, he began a four-year stint as senior vice president, music. In 1995, he entered into an exclusive five-year arrangement with Disney to produce motion pictures and provide consultation on a variety of music-related projects. In that role, he served as a producer of the popular 1997 TV musical production of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s “Cinderella” (starring Whitney Houston and Brandy); and executive produced “Annie," the 1999 television adaptation of the hit stage musical which earned him a Peabody Award for Broadcasting.

Under Montan’s guidance, soundtracks from ten of the Studio’s theatrical releases (“Cocktail,” “Beaches,” “The Little Mermaid,” “Pretty Woman,” “Beauty and the Beast,” “Aladdin,” “Pocahontas,” “Tarzan,” “Frozen,” and “The Lion King”) have been certified multi-platinum with the latter having sold over 10 million.

He has exec produced all of the Disney Theatrical stage productions of multiple Tony® winning shows including “Beauty and the Beast,” “The Lion King,” “Aida”, “Tarzan”, “The Little Mermaid,” "Newsies," and the current hit Broadway show “Aladdin.”

Montan began his industry career as a touring musician (with Karla Bonoff) and a songwriter/recording artist on Twentieth Century Records, and has had songs recorded by Jennifer Warnes and Laura Branigan. As the father of a deaf son, he has served as President of the board of Tripod, a program for hearing impaired children. He currently serves on the board of the Carl John Foundation which supports numerous educational and health programs, as well as serving on the board of The Thornton School of Music at USC.