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‘Barbie’ Wins Big at 2024 Guild of Music Supervisors Awards

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Greta Gerwig’s Barbie won big at the 14th annual Guild of Music Supervisors Awards on Sunday, with the film taking home the awards for best music supervision for a film budgeted over $25 million, and best song written and/or recorded for a film.

George Drakoulias took home both of those words, the latter being awarded for “What Was I Made For?” performed by Billie Eilish and written by Eilish and Finneas O’Connell. The siblings took the stage to accept the award.

Other winners included Frankie Pine, who took home two awards for her work on Daisy Jones & The Six, and Alex Hackford, who also won two statues for his work on Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 video game.

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Killers of the Flower Moon composer Robbie Robertson posthumously received the Icon Award, and he was given a tribute performance of his music by Margo Price, Rocco DeLuca and Johnny Sheppard. Allan Mason was awarded the Legacy Award this year.

Dan Wilson performed his song “It Never Went Away,” from the Netflix film American Symphony, that he co-wrote with Jon Batiste, and India Carney performed “I Found You” from the Showtime series The L Word: Generation Q. D4vd performed the song “Romantic Homicide.”

Nia Vardalos, Ben Platt, Noah Galvin, Mark Ronson, Luca Guadagnino, Tyrese Gibson, Crystal Methyd, Freddy Scott, Stephanie Savage, PJ Morton, Ryan Lott (of Son Lux) and Volker Bertelmann were among the presenters of the evening.

See below for the winners of the 14th annual Guild of Music Supervisors Award.

FILM 

Best Music Supervision for Film Budgeted Over $25 Million 

George Drakoulias 

Barbie

Best Music Supervision for Film Budgeted $25 Million And Under 

Toko Nagata 

Joy Ride 

Best Music Supervision for Film Budgeted $10 Million And Under 

Lindsay Wolfington 

Theater Camp 

Best Music Supervision for a Non-Theatrically Released Film 

Tie: 

Angela Asistio – Chang Can Dunk 

Toko Nagata – Totally Killer 

Best Song Written and/or Recorded for a Film 

“What Was I Made For?” from Barbie 

Music Supervisor: George Drakoulias 

Performer: Billie Eilish 

Songwriters: Billie Eilish O’Connell, Finneas O’Connell 

TELEVISION 

Best Music Supervision – Television Drama 

Gabe Hilfer 

The White Lotus Season 2 

Best Music Supervision – Television Comedy or Musical 

Frankie Pine 

Daisy Jones & The Six Season 1 

Best Music Supervision – Reality Television 

Carrie Hughes 

Love & Hip Hop: Miami Season 5 

Best Song Written and/or Recorded for Television 

“Look At Us Now (Honeycomb)” from Daisy Jones & The Six 

Music Supervisor: Frankie Pine 

Performer: Daisy Jones & The Six 

Songwriters: Jason Boesel, Blake Mills, Marcus Mumford, Johnathan Rice, Stephony Smith 

DOCUMENTARIES 

Best Music Supervision for a Documentary 

Jonathan Finegold 

Little Richard: I Am Everything 

Best Music Supervision in a Docuseries 

Andrea von Foerster 

Welcome to Wrexham Season 2 

ADVERTISING 

Best Music Supervision in Advertising (Synch) 

Scott McDaniel 

Run This Town – The Road to Halftime Starts on Rihanna Drive 

Best Music Supervision in Advertising (Original Music) 

Nicole Palko, Jonathan Wellbelove 

iPhone 15 Plus – Miss You 

TRAILERS 

Best Music Supervision in a Trailer – Film 

Angel Mendoza 

Killers of the Flower Moon – Official Teaser Trailer 

Best Music Supervision in a Trailer – Series 

Rochelle Holguin Cappello, Katie Pool 

Yellowjackets Season 2 – Official Trailer 

Best Music Supervision in a Trailer – Video Game & Interactive 

Rebecca Bergman, Brian Murphy 

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League – Official Justice League Trailer – No More Heroes 

VIDEO GAMES 

Best Music Supervision in a Video Game (Synch) 

Alex Hackford 

Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 

Best Music Supervision in a Video Game (Original Music) 

Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 

Music Supervisors: Alex Hackford, Scott Hanau, Keith Leary 

Composer: John Paesano 

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