'Tis the season for award nominations, and joining in on the fun is the Guild of Music Supervisors as they are getting ready for their sixth annual awards.
This year, the Guild is adding new categories for best song/recording created for a film and for television. Additionally, there is a new Guild of Music Supervisors Legacy Award that will be given to Chris Montan, president of Walt Disney Music. The remainder of the categories focus on the soundtracks of several music-driven films and tv shows such as "Pitch Perfect 2", "Straight Outta Compton", documentary "Amy" and many more.
Also nominated are Music Supervision veterans Season Kent, Randall Poster, Liza Richardson and Lindsay Wolfington, who are accompanied by an immense amount of talent from all aspects of the art.
John Huolihan, president of the Guild talks about the excitement of the ever-growing event and adds that "The work of a music supervisor enhances the storytelling in all media forms and our guild awards celebrate the creative achievements that have given billions of viewers a deeper experience over the past year."
This is sure to be an exciting event with such talented professionals representing their artistic passion and musical statements. We love to hear about the exponential growth and success of the Guild, and its clear inspiration to aspiring Music Supervisors. Be sure to follow the event!
Check out the article on Variety to read the full list of nominees.