The Guild of Music Supervisors (GMS) held its second annual awards brunch this past Sunday (2/12).Â Awards were given in nine categories of music supervision.
The Best Music Supervision in Independent FilmÂ honorÂ was awarded to Gabe Hilfer and Jim Black for their work on 50/50.Â Winning the Best Music Supervision in Film award was Julia Michels who supervised the music in Alvin and The Chipmunks, The Big Year, What’s Your Number, Diary of A Wimpy Kid, and Rodrick Rules.Â Lia Vollack, president of WW Music, and Kier Lehman, d...
The Not So Sexy Side of Music For Film and TV
Date: Tuesday March 13
Location: Austin Convention Center, Room 13AB
Moderator: Dominique Preyer
Panelists: Mark Grossman, Julia Henry
You have songs in your film that you need to license, but you h...
The Guild Of Music Supervisors will hand out awards in nine different categories at a brunch prior to the Grammy Awards on Feb. 12.
The guild’s second awards ceremony will honor music supervisors in the categories of Independent Films ($20 million and less); Films ($20 million budget and higher); Studio Films; Trailers; Reality and Live Television; Television; TV Long Form (movies and mini-series); Studio Television; and Games. Last year, awards were handed out in four categories.