Friday, February 22, 2013

Guild of Music Supervisors award winners named

 The Guild of Music Supervisors held its third annual awards last night, recognizing the best music supervisors in 12 categories representing 103 separate media content in film, television, games, trailers and advertising. Among the honorees, “Argo” and “Django Unchained”received Guild Awards, as well as HBO’s “Game Change” and “Girls,” andAMC’s “Breaking Bad.”

"Highlighting the achievement of great music supervision in all media, the third annual Guild of Music Supervisors Awards was a spectacular milestone success,” said Guild of Music Supervisors President and Co-Founder Maureen Crowe.  “Along with their other creative peers like art directors and costume designers, these music supervisors design the musical landscape that supports the characters, tone and story.”

The recipients of the Third Annual Guild of Music Supervisors Awards include:

Guild of Music Supervisors Awards       

1.       Best Music Supervision – Scripted Comedy/Musical (Television)
Manish Raval and Tom Wolfe – “Girls”

2.       Best Music Supervision in Games
        Alex Hackford – “Sound Shapes"

3.       Best Music Supervision in Advertising

JT Griffith – “Nike”

4.       Best Music Supervision – Independent Films    
Frankie Pine – “Magic Mike”


5.       Best Music Supervision – Reality (Television)
        Robin Kaye – “American Idol”


6.       Best Music Supervision – Scripted Drama (Television)
        Thomas Golubic – “Breaking Bad”


7.       Best Music Supervision – Studio Films Over $25 Million 
        Mary Ramos – “Django Unchained”

8.       Best Music Supervision – Long Form (Television Movies and Mini-Series)
        Evyen Klean and Deva Anderson – “Game Change”

9.       Best Music Supervision in Trailers

        Angel Mendoza – “Argo”

10.   Best Television Studio Music Department

                NBC Universal

11.   Best Music Supervision – Studio Films Under $25 Million
        Julianne Jordan and Julia Michels – “Pitch Perfect”

12.   Best Film Studio Music Department

Universal Pictures

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