Lakeshore Records congratulations our friends and partners on their music EMMY Awards® nominations! In our earlier coverage of the EMMYs®, we did not include “When They See Us” and Love, Gilda in the announcement. This brings the new tally of four music nominations, a combined total of 47 nominations overall across 11 partner productions! See album listening links below.
Congratulations to all the nominees this year!
The final round of voting start on August 15 and runs for a full two weeks until Aug. 29.
For the fourth time, the Creative Arts section of the EMMYs® has been split into two ceremonies which will take place on September 14 and 15. The Primetime awards will be handed out on Sept. 22 (GoldDerby).
Miriam Cutler is nominated for writing the score to Gilda’s life (she’s also nominated for RBG), and it’s a gentle tribute to a legend. – Awards Daily
Can you imagine that music compositions for documentaries hadn’t been recognized until this year? We have Composer Miriam Cutler to thank for that; she has two EMMY® nominations this year, in. fact. Check out the interview at Awards Daily and get to know the Love, Gilda composer! She talks about how she went about scoring the documentary which honors the late and legendary comedian Gilda Radner. Love, Gilda – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is out now digitally on Lakeshore Records!
Directed by Lisa D’Apolito, Love, Gilda received two EMMY® nominations for Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Special, and Outstanding Music Composition for a Documentary Series or Special (Original Dramatic Score) for composer Miriam Cutler! In our previous announcement, we uncovered how Miriam was instrumental in getting the Television Academy to finally recognize documentary scores (Hollywood Reporter), The soundtrack – Love, Gilda – Original Score is out now digitally on Lakeshore Records! See links and more below.
Director Lisa D’Apolito’s documentary is at its best detailing Radner’s struggle to make her voice heard in a field that she adored, but that wasn’t often hospitable to women, even when the individual men in it thought they were being gracious and inclusive. – Matt Zoller Seitz, RogerEbert.com
Thanks to Love, Gildacomposer Miriam Cutler, the Television Academy is recognizing nonfiction documentary music for the first time this year. Find out how she did it now at The Hollywood Reporter. Cutler herself received two EMMY® nominations this year for her compositions, one of which is for Love, Gilda.Lakeshore Records will release the soundtrack digitally this Friday, August 9. More album details are forthcoming.