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  • Teridax
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    I hate those nominees. Yeah, ours wound up being a slightly worse version of the Oscars, but since the Oscars gave us such great nominees this year it ultimately might have been the best to copy off of them.

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    Macca
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    I hate those nominees. Yeah, ours wound up being a slightly worse version of the Oscars, but since the Oscars gave us such great nominees this year it ultimately might have been the best to copy off of them.

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    Teridax
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    I hate those nominees. Yeah, ours wound up being a slightly worse version of the Oscars, but since the Oscars gave us such great nominees this year it ultimately might have been the best to copy off of them.

    Says everyone with taste in quality storytelling in cinema. The Oscars nominated Get Out in Picture and Director, Logan for Adapted Screenplay, The Big Sick in Original Screenplay, and (haters be damned) The Boss Baby for Animated Feature.

    The awards above made some great key calls like Good Time in general, Chau for Downsizing, and Raw for Foreign Language Film, but overall I found them mediocre, even though I can give credit where I feel it is due.

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    Thomas Eagan
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    International Cinephile Society Awards
    Best film CMBYN
    Best Actor Timothee Chalamet
    Best Supporting Actor Michael Stuhlberg
    Best Adapted Screenplay CMBYN

    I knew this movie would be well received internationally.

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    Macca
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    Awards Circuit Community Award Winners

    Picture: Call Me by Your Name
    Ensemble: Lady Bird
    Actor: Timothee Chalamet (Call Me by Your Name)
    Actress: Frances McDormand (Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri)
    Supporting Actor: Sam Rockwell (Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri)
    Supporting Actress: Allison Janney (I, Tonya)
    Director: Guillermo Del Toro (The Shape of Water)
    Original Screenplay: Jordan Peele (Get Out)
    Adapted Screenplay: James Ivory (Call Me by Your Name)
    Animated Film: Coco
    Cinematography: Roger Deakins (Blade Runner 2049)
    Production Design: Dennis Gassner (Blade Runner 2049)
    Makeup & Hair: Darkest Hour
    Costume Design: Mark Bridges (Phantom Thread)
    Editing: Lee Smith (Dunkirk)
    Sound: Dunkirk
    Visual Effects: Blade Runner 2049
    Original Score: Hans Zimmer (Dunkirk)
    Original Song: Mystery of Love (Call Me by Your Name)
    Documentary: City of Ghosts
    Foreign Film: A Fantastic Woman
    Stunts: Baby Driver

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    Thomas Eagan
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    CMBYN has underperformed because of the difference in Oliver and Elio’s age. It is one of the very best films of the year. This was not a good year for this film to come out. It obviously is held in high esteem by the critics and others. The major award circuit have been scared to death to award it. Pretty obvious.

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    nevkm
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    CMBYN has underperformed because of the difference in Oliver and Elio’s age. It is one of the very best films of the year. This was not a good year for this film to come out. It obviously is held in high esteem by the critics and others. The major award circuit have been scared to death to award it. Pretty obvious.

    This. And it has been winning a lot of awards lately. Not the big ones tho’.

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    unown
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    CMBYN has underperformed because of the difference in Oliver and Elio’s age. It is one of the very best films of the year. This was not a good year for this film to come out. It obviously is held in high esteem by the critics and others. The major award circuit have been scared to death to award it. Pretty obvious.

    I blame Kevin Spacey for this. LOL

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    Thomas Eagan
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    CMBYN has underperformed because of the difference in Oliver and Elio’s age. It is one of the very best films of the year. This was not a good year for this film to come out. It obviously is held in high esteem by the critics and others. The major award circuit have been scared to death to award it. Pretty obvious.

    I blame Kevin Spacey for this. LOL

    That is actually not funny. I think it makes perfect sense.

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    Macca
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    International Film Music Critics Association Nominations

    SCORE OF THE YEAR

    PHANTOM THREAD, music by Jonny Greenwood
    THE POST, music by John Williams
    THE SHAPE OF WATER, music by Alexandre Desplat
    STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI, music by John Williams
    WAR FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES, music by Michael Giacchino

    COMPOSER OF THE YEAR

    ALEXANDRE DESPLAT
    MICHAEL GIACCHINO
    DANIEL PEMBERTON
    BENJAMIN WALLFISCH
    JOHN WILLIAMS

    BREAKTHROUGH COMPOSER OF THE YEAR

    MICHAEL ABELS
    ANNE-KATHRIN DERN
    GEORGE KALLIS
    ALEJANDRO VIVAS
    CHRISTOPHER WILLIS

    BEST ORIGINAL SCORE FOR A DRAMA FILM

    ALL THE MONEY IN THE WORLD, music by Daniel Pemberton
    DARKEST HOUR, music by Dario Marianelli
    MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS, music by Patrick Doyle
    PHANTOM THREAD, music by Jonny Greenwood
    THE POST, music by John Williams

    BEST ORIGINAL SCORE FOR A COMEDY FILM

    THE DEATH OF STALIN, music by Christopher Willis
    DOWNSIZING, music by Rolfe Kent
    KNOCK, music by Cyrille Aufort
    PADDINGTON 2, music by Dario Marianelli
    THEIR FINEST, music by Rachel Portman

    BEST ORIGINAL SCORE FOR AN ACTION/ADVENTURE/THRILLER FILM

    A CURE FOR WELLNESS, music by Benjamin Wallfisch
    JUMANJI: WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE, music by Henry Jackman
    KING ARTHUR: LEGEND OF THE SWORD, music by Daniel Pemberton
    PLAN DE FUGA, music by Pascal Gaigne
    THE RENDEZVOUS, music by Austin Wintory

    BEST ORIGINAL SCORE FOR A FANTASY/SCIENCE FICTION/HORROR FILM

    GET OUT, music by Michael Abels
    THE SHAPE OF WATER, music by Alexandre Desplat
    STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI, music by John Williams
    VALERIAN AND THE CITY OF A THOUSAND PLANETS, music by Alexandre Desplat
    WAR FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES, music by Michael Giacchino

    BEST ORIGINAL SCORE FOR AN ANIMATED FILM

    CAPTAIN UNDERPANTS: THE FIRST EPIC MOVIE, music by Theodore Shapiro
    COCO, music by Michael Giacchino
    THE EMOJI MOVIE, music by Patrick Doyle
    FERDINAND, music by John Powell
    LOVING VINCENT, music by Clint Mansell

    BEST ORIGINAL SCORE FOR A DOCUMENTARY

    BLUE PLANET II, music by Hans Zimmer, Jacob Shea, and David Fleming
    BOSTON, music by Jeff Beal
    EARTH: ONE AMAZING DAY, music by Alex Heffes
    JANE, music by Philip Glass
    MULLY, music by Benjamin Wallfisch

    BEST ORIGINAL SCORE FOR TELEVISION

    ALIAS GRACE, music by Jeff Danna and Mychael Danna
    GAME OF THRONES, music by Ramin Djawadi
    ONNA JÔSHU NAOTORA, music by Yôko Kanno
    THE ORVILLE, music by Bruce Broughton, John Debney, Joel McNeely, and Andrew Cottee
    TIEMPOS DE GUERRA, music by Federico Jusid

    BEST ORIGINAL SCORE FOR A VIDEO GAME OR INTERACTIVE MEDIA

    DEFORMERS, music by Austin Wintory
    DIVIDE, music by Chris Tilton
    GET EVEN, music by Olivier Deriviére
    RIME, music by David García Díaz
    VALKYRIA: AZURE REVOLUTION, music by Yasunori Mitsuda

    BEST NEW RELEASE, RE-RELEASE OR RE-RECORDING OF AN EXISTING SCORE

    BEN-HUR, music by Miklós Rózsa; The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra & Chorus conducted by Nic Raine; album produced by James Fitzpatrick; liner notes by Frank K. De Wald; album art direction by James Fitzpatrick, Gareth Bevan, and Nic Finch (Tadlow)
    CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND, music by John Williams; album produced by Mike Matessino; liner notes by Mike Matessino; album art direction by Jim Titus (La-La Land)
    DAMNATION ALLEY, music by Jerry Goldsmith; album produced by Nick Redman and Mike Matessino; liner notes by Julie Kirgo; album art direction by Kay Marshall (Intrada)
    DUEL IN THE SUN, music by Dimitri Tiomkin; The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra & Chorus conducted by Nic Raine; album produced by James Fitzpatrick; liner notes by Frank K. De Wald; album art direction by Jim Titus (Tadlow/Prometheus)
    E.T. THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL, music by John Williams; album produced by Mike Matessino and Bruce Botnick; liner notes by Mike Matessino; album art direction by Jim Titus (La-La Land)
    BEST FILM MUSIC COMPILATION ALBUM
    CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS: THE FRANZ WAXMAN COLLECTION, music by Franz Waxman; album produced by Douglass Fake; liner notes by Frank K. De Wald; album art direction by Kay Marshall and Joe Sikoryak (Intrada)
    DEBBIE WISEMAN: LIVE AT THE BARBICAN, music by Debbie Wiseman; The Orchestra of the Guildhall School conducted by Debbie Wiseman; album produced

    BEST FILM MUSIC COMPILATION ALBUM

    CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS: THE FRANZ WAXMAN COLLECTION, music by Franz Waxman; album produced by Douglass Fake; liner notes by Frank K. De Wald; album art direction by Kay Marshall and Joe Sikoryak (Intrada)
    DEBBIE WISEMAN: LIVE AT THE BARBICAN, music by Debbie Wiseman; The Orchestra of the Guildhall School conducted by Debbie Wiseman; album produced by Debbie Wiseman, Reynold Da Silva, David Stoner, and Pete Compton; liner notes by Debbie Wiseman; album art direction by Stuart Ford (Silva Screen)
    JOHN WILLIAMS AND STEVEN SPIELBERG: THE ULTIMATE COLLECTION, music by John Williams; album produced by Laura Zsaka and Jamie Richardson; liner notes by Jon Burlingame; album art direction by Amelia Tubb (Sony Classical)
    THRILLER, music by Jerry Goldsmith; The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Nic Raine; album produced by James Fitzpatrick and Leigh Phillips; liner notes by Jon Burlingame; album art direction by Matthew Wright and Nic Finch (Tadlow)
    THE WILD WILD WEST, music by Various Composers; album produced by Jon Burlingame; liner notes by Jon Burlingame; album art direction by Jim Titus (La-La Land)

    FILM MUSIC RECORD LABEL OF THE YEAR

    CALDERA RECORDS, Stephan Eicke
    INTRADA RECORDS, Douglass Fake and Roger Feigelson
    LA-LA LAND RECORDS, MV Gerhard and Matt Verboys
    QUARTET RECORDS, José M. Benitez
    TADLOW MUSIC, James Fitzpatrick

    FILM MUSIC COMPOSITION OF THE YEAR

    “End Credits” from WAR FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES, music by Michael Giacchino
    “Finale” from STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI, music by John Williams
    “Growing Up in Londinium” from KING ARTHUR: LEGEND OF THE SWORD, music by Daniel Pemberton
    “Justice” from MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS, music by Patrick Doyle
    “Love” from THE BOSS BABY, music by Hans Zimmer, Steve Mazzaro, and Conrad Pope

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    EmmyWinner
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    ^ I LOVE this music award!

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    Macca
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    These are the worst. The Emoji Movie? They are traditionalists and don’t like scores without an orchestra. Vangelis would never be nominated.

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    Thomas Eagan
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    Congrats Mystery of Love. Winner Guild of music supervisors awards best song in a film.Some Sufjan Stevens love by the folks who know music.

    Mystery of Love Winner
    Remember Me
    This Is Me
    Home
    Mighty River

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    Macca
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    Guild of Music Supervisors Winners

    BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION IN A TELEVISION COMEDY OR MUSICAL
    Kier Lehman for “Insecure” (Season 2)

    BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION FOR FILM: BUDGETED OVER 25 MILLION DOLLARS
    Julianne Jordan and Julia Michels, “Pitch Perfect 3”

    BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION FOR FILM: BUDGETED UNDER 25 MILLION DOLLARS
    Brian Ross and Michael Hill for “Lady Bird”

    BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION FOR FILM: BUDGETED UNDER 10 MILLION DOLLARS
    Howard Paar for “Before I Fall”

    BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION FOR FILM: BUDGETED UNDER 5 MILLION DOLLARS
    Robin Urdang for “Call Me By Your Name”

    BEST SONG/RECORDING CREATED FOR A FILM
    “Mystery of Love”
    Performed by Sufjan Stevens (“Call Me By Your Name”)
    Robin Urdang (Music Supervisor)
    Sufjan Stevens (Songwriter)

    BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION IN A TELEVISION DRAMA
    Season Kent for “13 Reasons Why” (Season 1)

    BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION IN A TELEVISION COMEDY OR MUSICAL
    Kier Lehman for “Insecure” (Season 2)

    BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION IN A DOCUSERIES OR REALITY TELEVISION
    Deborah Mannis-Gardner for “The Defiant Ones” (Season 1)

    BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION IN A TELEVISION LIMITED SERIES OR MOVIE
    Susan Jacobs for “Big Little Lies”

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

    BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION IN A DOCUSERIES OR REALITY TELEVISION
    Deborah Mannis-Gardner for The Defiant Ones (Season 1)

    BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION FOR A DOCUMENTARY
    Joel C. High “G-Funk”

    BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION IN TELEVISION PROMO
    Bobby Gumm & Michael Paquette (Trailer Park), “Stranger Things Season 2”

    BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION FOR TRAILERS
    Bobby Gumm (Trailer Park), “Baby Driver”

    BEST MUSIC SUPERVISION IN A VIDEO GAME
    Steve Schnur, Cybele Pettus, and Raphaella Lima for FIFA 18 (Electronic Arts)

    BEST USE OF MUSIC IN A SINGLE ADVERTISING SPOT
    Peymon Maskan, TBWA/Media Arts Lab, “Apple “Stroll”

    BEST USE OF MUSIC BY A BRAND
    Apple

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    Honey
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    Guild of Music Supervisors Winners

    BEST SONG/RECORDING CREATED FOR A FILM “Mystery of Love” Performed by Sufjan Stevens (“Call Me By Your Name”) Robin Urdang (Music Supervisor) Sufjan Stevens (Songwriter)

    Sufjan taking down 2 Disney movies, Mary J. Blige, and Nick Jonas at a Guild award.

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