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Sufjan Stevens, ‘Greatest Showman,’ ‘Girls’ Among Guild of Music Supervisors Awards Nominees

The Guild of Music Supervisors revealed nominees for its eighth annual awards recognizing 17 categories in the sector which places and integrates music into film, TV and other visual mediums. The event is scheduled for Feb. 8 at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in downtown Los Angeles.

The awards recognize outstanding music supervision in film, television, trailers, TV promos, advertising and video games.

Said Thomas Golubić: president of the Guild, in announcing the nominations: “From music-intensive tent-pole sequels and technically complicated musicals to elegantly navigated character dramas, the Guild has highlighted the best music supervision in film this past year. Our television nominees represent some of the most exciting music supervision work in this groundbreaking year of the art form. We are incredibly proud of the stellar creative achievements of music supervisors in this rich year of music in media.”

See the complete list of nominations at GMSAwards.com or select categories below.

BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION FOR FILM:
BUDGETED OVER 25 MILLION DOLLARS
Matt Sullivan for “Beauty and the Beast”
Dave Jordan for “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2”
Julianne Jordan and Julia Michels for “Pitch Perfect 3”
Benj Pasek and Justin Paul for “The Greatest Showman
Tom MacDougall for “Coco”

BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION FOR FILM:
BUDGETED UNDER 25 MILLION DOLLARS
Angela Leus for “Girls Trip”
Susan Jacobs and Jen Moss for “I, Tonya”
Howard Paar for “How To Be A Latin Lover”
Brian Ross and Michael Hill for “Lady Bird”
Spring Aspers & Ron Fair for “The Star”

BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION FOR FILM:
BUDGETED UNDER 10 MILLION DOLLARS
Liz Gallacher for “War On Everyone”
Howard Paar for “Before I Fall”
Ian Neil for “Film Stars Don’t Die In Liverpool”

BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION FOR FILM:
BUDGETED UNDER 5 MILLION DOLLARS
Maggie Phillips for “Ingrid Goes West”
Matthew Hearon-Smith for “The Florida Project”
Robin Urdang for “Call Me By Your Name”
Joe Rudge for “Patti Cake$”
Howard Paar for “Fun Mom Dinner”

BEST SONG/RECORDING CREATED FOR A FILM
“Remember Me”
Performed by Miguel ft. Natalia Lafourcade (“Coco”)
Tom MacDougall (Music Supervisor)
Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez (Songwriters)

“This Is Me”
Performed by Keala Settle (“The Greatest Showman”)
Benj Pasek and Justin Paul (Music Supervisors)
Benj Pasek and Justin Paul (Songwriters)

 “Home”
Performed by Nick Jonas (“Ferdinand”)
Julianne Jordan (Music Supervisor)
Nick Jonas, Nick Monson, and  Justin Tranter (Songwriter)

“Mystery of Love”
Performed by Sufjan Stevens (“Call Me By Your Name”)
Robin Urdang (Music Supervisor)
Sufjan Stevens (Songwriter)

 “Mighty River”
Performed by Mary J. Blige (“Mudbound”)
Evyen Klean and Jennifer Reeve (Music Supervisors)
Mary J. Blige, Raphael Saadiq, and Taura Stinson (Songwriters)

BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION IN A TELEVISION DRAMA
Season Kent for “13 Reasons Why” (Season 1)
Thomas Golubić for “Better Call Saul” (Season 3)
Gabe Hilfer for “Good Behavior” (Season 1)
Gary Calamar for “Good Girls Revolt” (Season 1)
Jennifer Pyken for “This Is Us” (Season 1)

BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION IN A TELEVISION COMEDY OR MUSICAL
Manish Raval, Tom Wolfe, and Jonathan Leahy for “Girls” (Season 6)
Bruce Gilbert for “I Love Dick” (Season 1)
Kier Lehman for “Insecure” (Season 2)
Zach Cowie and Kerri Drootin for “Master of None” (Season 2)
Frankie Pine and Mandi Collier for “Nashville” (Season 5)

BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION IN A DOCUSERIES OR REALITY TELEVISION
Sam Carlin for “Catfish: The TV Show” (Season 6)
Nancy Severinsen for “So You Think You Can Dance” (Season 14)
Deborah Mannis-Gardner for “The Defiant Ones” (Season 1)
Clyde Lieberman and Jill Meyers for “The Voice” (Season 12)
Meryl Ginsberg for “World of Dance” (Season 1)

BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION IN A TELEVISION LIMITED SERIES OR MOVIE
Susan Jacobs for “Big Little Lies”
PJ Bloom for “Feud: Bette and Joan”
Jabari Ali & John Houlihan for “Shots Fired”
Carter Little & G. Marq Roswell for “Soundbreaking: Stories from the Cutting Edge of Recorded Music”
Greg Cahn & Jonathan McHugh for “Sun Records”

BEST SONG/RECORDING CREATED FOR TELEVISION
“How Do We Get Back To Love”
Performed by Julia Michaels (“Girls”: Episode 609 “Goodbye Tour”)
Manish Raval, Tom Wolfe, & Jonathan Leahy (Music Supervisors)
Julia Michaels & Jack Antonoff (Songwriters)

“Quicksand”
Performed by SZA  (“Insecure”: Episode 208 “Hella Perspective”)
Kier Lehman (Music Supervisor)
Solána Rowe, Dacoury Natche, & Mickey De Grand IV (Songwriters)

“Sanctuary”
Performed by Nashville Cast (Feat. Charles Esten, Lennon Stella & Maisy Stella)
(“Nashville”: Episode 510 “I’ll Fly Away”)
Franki Pine & Mandi Collier (Music Supervisors)

Jill Andrews, Gary Nicholson, Sarah Siskind (Songwriters)
“Until You Find Me”
Performed by Allison Scagliotti (“Stitchers”: Episode 3009 “Kill It Forward”)
Heather Guibert (Music Supervisor)
Dani Buncher & Scott Simons (Songwriters)

“We Can Always Come Back To This”
Performed by Brian Tyree Henry version & Hannah Miller version (“This Is Us”: Episode 116 “Memphis”)
Jennifer Pyken (Music Supervisor)
Siddhartha Khosla & Chris Pierce (Songwriters)

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