Davis Guggenheim’s Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie won big at the Eighth Annual Critic’s Choice Documentary Awards! The ceremony, which is an offshoot of the Critic’s Choice Awards (held in January 2024), recognizes the “finest in cinematic and television achievement.” Lakeshore Records partners won 9 awards across 4 documentaries, which include wins from Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie, The Deepest Breath, Being Mary Tyler Moore, and the upcoming The Last Repair Shop. The Deepest Breath (Nainita Desai) and The Last Repair Shop (Katya Richardson & Kris Bowers) also received a Best Score nomination in addition to the wins. View all the wins below.
Congratulations to all the winners this year! View the full list on the Critic’s Choice Association website.
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This year, five Lakeshore Records partners are nominated in the Outstanding Original Main Title Theme Music and Outstanding Music Composition categories! From Holly Amber Church’s theme to Guillermo Del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities, to Chris Bacon and Danny Elfman’s score to Wednesday, we’re especially pleased to see sci-fi and horror genres getting a lot of love this year. With six music nominations from five partners–40 nominations across a total of eight partners overall—it’s yet another fruitful year for partners! View the full breakdown below.
The deadline to vote is 10 p.m. August 28, 2023. The EMMY’s ceremony has been moved to January 2024. Details can be found at Emmys Online.
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