The 2022 Peabody Awards has announced nominees for excellence in storytelling that reflects the social issues and the emerging voices of today. Nominees for productions in the 2021 year include Academy Award-winning Director Barry Jenkins’ The Underground Railroad (Amazon Studios), featuring score by Academy Award Nominee Nicholas Britell; the super buzzworthy Yellowjackets (Showtime), featuring a ’90s-inspired score by Craig Wedren and Anna Waronker, and more!
View the full list of nominees at Variety. Congratulations to all the nominees this year! The 2022 Peabody Awards ceremony date is expected to take place in June. Visit the Peabody Awards site for further announcements. Watch the show trailers and listen to the soundtracks (both out now via Lakeshore Records) below.
Congratulations are in order for the 2022 Film Independent Spirit Award winners, which were announced on Sunday in Santa Monica, California! Independent films and series picking up wins this year include Passing (Netflix), Pig (NEON), Shiva Baby (Utopia), and The Underground Railroad (Amazon Studios). See the featured breakdown below. Congratulations to all the winners this year in all categories! View the full list of winners at Film Independent.
PASSING – Best Supporting Female, Ruth Negga
– Best Cinematography, Edu Grau
PIG – Best First Screenplay, Michael Sarnoski; story by Vanessa Block, Michael Sarnoski
SHIVA BABY – JOHN CASSAVETES AWARD Given to the best feature made for under $500,000 (Award given to the writer, director and producer. Executive Producers are not awarded.); Writer/Director/Producer: Emma Seligman
Producers: Kieran Altmann, Katie Schiller, Lizzie Shapiro
THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD – Best Female Performance in a Scripted Series, Thuso Mbedu
In just a few weeks, your favorite independent film will get their due recognition at the 2022 Film Independent Spirit Awards ! Leading the pack is A24’s Zola, which received seven nominations including Best Feature and Best Director; Netflix’s Passing gets two nods for Best Supporting Actress (Ruth Negga) and Best Cinematography (Edu Grau); Pig (NEON)—in which we see one of Nicolas Cage’s most subdued yet performances yet–received a Best First Screenplay nomination and the Someone To Watch Award for Michael Sarnoski; IFC Film’s Catch The Fair One pulls no punches with the Best Female Lead nomination for writer/star Kali Reis; the deliciously chaotic Shiva Baby (Utopia) is in contention for the John Cassavetes Award (for best feature made for under $500,000); and Amazon’s The Underground Railroadreceived nominations for Best New Scripted Series and Best Female Performance in a Scripted Series (Thuso Mbedu).
Congratulations go out to team The Power of the Dog(Netflix), leading with seven Golden Globe® Award nominations including Best Score (Jonny Greenwood), Best Motion Picture, and Best Director (Jane Campion)! The soundtrack is released by Lakeshore Records.
Additional Lakeshore partner releases receiving nominations are Being The Ricardos (Amazon Prime Video), Passing (Netflix), and Swan Song (Apple). In the television category, the following Lakeshore partners also received nominations: “The Morning Show” (Apple TV+), “The Great” (Hulu), “Halston” (Netflix), “The Handmaid’s Tale” (Hulu), and “The Underground Railroad” (Amazon Studios). View the full breakdown below.
Congratulations to all the nominees this year! The 79th Golden Globe Awards will take place on Sunday, January 9, 2022. View the full list and more details at Golden Globes online.
Have you been following all the film and tv awards nominations? Here are some featured contenders from Lakeshore Records partners for the 2022 Critic’s Choice Awards: the label counts 12 overall nominations across six partners, including “Dr. Death” (Peacock), “The Great” (Hulu), “The Underground Railroad” (Amazon Prime Video), “The Morning Show” (Apple TV+), “Nine Perfect Strangers” (Hulu) — a co-release with Endeavor Content Soundtracks, and Zoey’s Extraordinary Christmas (The Roku Channel)! See the full breakdown below.
The 2022 Critics Choice Awards will be broadcast live from The CW and TBS on Jan. 9 from 7-10 p.m. ET. It will take place at the Fairmont Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles, California. See the full list at The Hollywood Reporter. Congratulations to all the nominees this year!