Hollywood Music in Media Awards Winners 2022: Complete List – Billboard | Biden News

Hollywood Music in Media Awards Winners 2022: Complete List – Billboard

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Rihanna won the song “Lift Me Up” at the 13th Annual Hollywood Music in Media Awards ceremony, which took place on Wednesday, November 16 at the Avalon in Hollywood. Rihanna co-wrote the song. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Thames, with Ryan Coogler and Ludwig Goransson.

By Terence Blanchard Woman is king Won Score – Feature Film.

Unlike the Oscars, which only present Best Original Song and Best Original Score, the HMMAs have five categories for song and eight for score. As a result, trophies are much easier to come by here. Nevertheless, the HHMAs are seen as the primary indicator of the Oscars. Nomination-round voting for the Oscars extends from January 12-17, 2023. Oscar nominations will be announced on January 24

The HMMA also has a broader scope than the Oscars. They honor composers, lyricists and music supervisors for their work in film, television and video games.

Alexandre Desplat was the only double winner on the night. He also won scores for animated films Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio and the song – the animated film for “Ciao Papa” from that film. He composed the song, which has lyrics by Roben Katz and del Toro.

The two most curious categories are the ones that don’t have Oscar equivalents. HMMA has a separate category for Song – Onscreen Performance. (The nomination goes to the songwriters, not the songwriters.) The winner was Billy Eichner’s “Love Is Not Love.” Brothers. Eichner wrote the song with film music veteran Marc Shaiman.

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Billy Eichner at the 13th Annual Hollywood Music in Media Awards

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There is also no equivalent Oscar category for music-themed films, biopics or musicals. At the Oscars, these films compete with all other films for Best Picture. was victorious tar

Nor does the Oscar have a category for music documentary/special program. At the Oscars, these films compete with all other docs for Best Documentary Feature. was victorious Killing Me Softly With His Gun.

Musical highlights included Charles Fox performing a medley of his TV theme songs; Diane Warren performing her winning song “Applause”. Tell it like a woman; Rita Wilson performing her original song “Til You’re Home”. A man named Otto; and Iranian singer Mozgan Shajarian, daughter of Ustad Mohammad-Reza Shajarian, performing “Morge Sahar.”

Curt Farquhar, renowned television composer and recipient of the HMMA Career Achievement Award, gave an inspiring acceptance speech about growing up in Chicago and experiencing homelessness before starting his career as a composer. He credits his brother Ralph Farquhar, who helped him get his first job in television. He urged Hollywood to consider working with composers and creatives that weren’t the obvious choice.

Presenters included composers Justin Hurwitz, Nami Melumad and Amy Doherty and Ralph Johnson of Earth, Wind and Fire.

Here’s the full list of nominees, with winners checked:

Song Award

Song – Feature Film

winner: From “Lift Me Up”. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. Written by Thames, Rihanna, Ryan Coogler and Ludwig Goransson. Performed by Rihanna.

From “(You’ve Felt It) Home”. bones and all. Written by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross. Performed by Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross and Mariquin Mandig Reznor.

From “Love Ain’t Love”. Brothers Written by Billy Eichner and Marc Shaiman. Performed by Billy Eichner.

From “Do a Little Better”. cheerful. Written by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul. Starring Ryan Reynolds, Will Ferrell, Sunita Mani, Patrick Page and Tracy Morgan.

From “Stand Up”. up to. Written by Jazmine Sullivan and D’Mile. Performed by Jazmin Sullivan.

From “Take My Hand”. Top Gun: Maverick. Written by Lady Gaga and Bloodpop. Performed by Lady Gaga.

From “Carolina”. Where the Crawdads Sing. Written and performed by Taylor Swift.

From “The New Body Rumba”. white noise. Written by James Murphy, Nancy Wang, Patrick Mahoney. Performed by LCD Sound System.

From “The Songcord”. Avatar: The Way of Water. Written by Simon Franklen. Directed by Zoe Saldana

From “Time”. Amsterdam. Written by Jahan Sweet, Aubrey Drake Graham, Daniel Pemberton, Givon Evans. Performed by Giveon.

Song – Animated Film

From “Sunny Side Up Summer”. Bob’s Burgers Movie. Written by Lorraine Bouchard and Nora Smith. Directed by Dan Mintz, Eugene Mirman, H. John Benjamin, John Roberts and Kristen Schaal.

From “Someone Like You”. turning red. Written by Billie Eilish and Phineas O’Connell. Performed by 4*Town (Phineas O’Connell, Grayson Villanueva, Jordan Fisher, Josh Levy and Topher Ngo)

from “Raise Your Wings” My father’s dragon. Written by Michael Danna, Jeff Danna, Frank Danna, Nora Twomey, Meg LeFave. Anohani acted.

From “Turn Up the Sunshine”. Minions: Rise of Gru. Written by Jack Antonoff, Kevin Parker, Sam Dew, Patrick Berger. Starring Diana Ross and Tame Impala

winner: From “Ciao Papa”. Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio. Written by Alexandre Desplat, lyrics by Robben Katz and Guillermo del Toro. Performed by Gregory Mann

Song – Documentary Film

From “My Mind and I”. Selena Gomez: My Mind and Me. Written by Selena Gomez, Amy Allen, Jonathan Bellion, Michael Pollack, Stefan Johnson, Jordan Kay Johnson. Selena Gomez performed.

From “Automate”. automatic. Written and performed by Mel Brooks

winner: From “I’ll Never Be Ready”. The Return of Tanya Tucker – Featuring Brandi Carlyle. Written by Brandy Carlyle and Tanya Tucker. Played by Tanya Tucker.

From “Sing a New Song”. Killing Me Softly With His Gun. Written by Charles Fox and Lonnie “Common” Rashid Lynn. Performed by Donald Weber, Jr

From “Dust and Ashes”. The voice of dust and ashes. Written by J. Ralph. Performed by J. Ralph and Norah Jones

From “We Are Art”. We are art through the eyes of AnnaLaura. Written by Annalaura De Lugo and Paqui De Mayo. Performed by Annalaura di Luggo.

From “Like a Sky I’ve Never Seen”. forest cat. Written by Robin Pecknold. Performed by Fleet Foxes.

Song – Independent Film

winner: from “applause”. Tell it like a woman. By Diane Warren. Performed by Sophia Carson.

From “Until You’re Home”. A man named Otto. Written by David Hodges and Rita Wilson. Performed by Rita Wilson and Sebastian Yatra

From “This One Life”. Everything everywhere at all times. Written by Ryan Lott, David Byrne and Mitsky. Performed by Son Lux with Mitsky and David Byrne.

From “We Made One”. The Silent Twins. Written by Marcin McCook, Zuzana Wronska, June Gibbons, Jennifer Gibbons. Performed by Tamara Lawrence.

From “The Test Stand of Time”. tomorrow’s game. Written and performed by Lionel Cohen and Stephanie Valencia.

Song – Onscreen Performance

From “Natu Natu”. RRR – Rahul Sipliganj, Kala Bhairav

From “Baby Let’s Play House”. Elvis – Austin Butler

From “Cucamonga”. Night of Swing – Night of Swing

winner: From “Love Is Not Love”. Brothers – Billy Eichner

From “On My Way (Marry Me)”. marry me – Jennifer Lopez

Score Rewards

Score – Feature Film

Marcelo Zervos – release

Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross – Empire of Light

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Carter Burwell – Flute of Inisherin

winner: Terence Blanchard – Woman is king

Abel Korzeniowski – up to

Michael Dana – Where the Crawdads Sing

Danny Elfman – white noise

Hildur Gudnadottir – The woman is speaking

Score – Animated Film

Steve Jablonski – DC League of Super-Pets

winner: Alexandre Desplat – Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio

John Debney – fate

Heiter Perera – Puss in Boots: The Last Wish

Daniel Pemberton – bad boys

Phineas, Ludwig Göransson – turning red

Score – Sci-Fi Film

Lorne Balfe – Black Adam

Ludwig Goransson – Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

winner: Danny Elfman – Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

Michael Giacchino – Spider-Man: No Way Home

Michael Giacchino – batman

Michael Giacchino and Nami Melumad – Thor: Love and Thunder

Score – Fantasy Film

Tom Holkenberg –A desire of three thousand years

winner: Simon Franklen – Avatar: The Way of Water

James Newton Howard – Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore

Bruno Kulais – Wendell and Wilde

Joseph Metcalfe, John Coda, Grant Kirkhope – King’s daughter

Score – Horror Film

Anna Drubich – uncivilized

John Carpenter, Cody Carpenter and Daniel Davis – Halloween is over

winner: Michael Abels – no

Lance Trevino – Legacy screams

Mark Corven- black phone

Colin Stetson – list

Score – Documentary

Simon Poole – black ice

Ray Angry, Rhiannon Giddens, Dirk Powell – descendants

Lisbeth Scott – Express gratitude

Emily and Peter Bernstein – Landis: Just watch me

winner: Jessica Jones – Tinder swindler

Claire Manchon, Olivier Manchon – Turn Every Page – The Adventures of Robert Caro and Robert Gottlieb

Score – Independent Film

Xander Rodzinski – Dead for a dollar

Jessica Weiss – Don’t Make Me Go

son lux- Everything everywhere at all times

winner: Emilie Levienaise – Farrouch – to live

Alexandre Desplat – decoration

Rob Simonsen- the whale

Score – Independent Film (Foreign Language)

winner: Carlo Ciliotto – Kuando Sagar Joven (Spanish)

Powell Mykitin – Yeo (Polish)

min se – Railway Heroes (mandarin)

MM Kiravani – RRR (Telugu)

Volker Bartelmann – sailor of war (Norwegian)

Music themed films, biopics or musicals

Elvis – Produced by Gail Berman, Baz Luhrmann, Catherine Martin, Patrick McCormick, Schuyler Weiss. Directed by Baz Luhrmann

Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio – Produced by Alexander Bulkley, Corey Campodonico, Guillermo del Toro, Lisa Henson, Gary Unger. Directed by Guillermo del Toro and Mark Gustafsson

cheerful – Produced by Diana Pokorny, Daniel Silverberg, David Coplan, Sean Anders, John Morris, George Dewey, Jessica Albam, Ryan Reynolds, Will Ferrell. Directed by Shawn Anders and John Morris.

Winner: Tár – Produced by Todd Field, Scott Lambert, Alexandra Milchan. Directed by Todd Field.

Weird: The Al Yankovic Story – Eric Appel, Leah Buman, Mike Farah, Joe Farrell, Zachary Haley, Tim Headington, Whitney Hodak, Henry R. Produced by Munoz III, Neil Shah, Max Silva, ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic. Directed by Eric Apple.

Music Documentaries/Special Programs

half time – Produced by Courtney Baxter, Jason B. Berg, Bernardo Loyola, Christopher Rouse, Young Yum. Directed by Amanda Micheli and Sam Wrench

Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, A Journey, A Song – Produced and directed by Daniel Geller and Diana Goldfine

Winner: Killing Me Softly With Her Song – Produced by Danny Gould, Robert Bader, Lisa Lautenberg Beer, Mark Brown, Jay Firestone, Phil Ittner, Bruce Levine and Taryn Grimes. Directed by Danny Gould

Louis Armstrong’s Black and Blues – Produced by Sarah Bernstein, Justin Wilkes, Sacha Jenkins and Julie Anderson. Directed by Sacha Jenkins.

Selena Gomez My Mind and Me – Produced by Alec Keshishian PGA, Michelle Ahn PGA, Catherine LeBlond. Directed by Alek Keshishian

Still working 9 to 5 – Produced and directed by Camille Hardman and Gary Lane

The voice of dust and ashes – Produced by Mandana Biscotti, Ben Biscotti and Sam Changizi. Directed by Mandana Biscotti


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