Lakeshore Records congratulates soundtrack partners The Last Black Man In San Francisco (A24), Luce (NEON), Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am (Magnolia Pictures) and The Boy Who Harnessed The Wind (Netflix) on their Black Reel Awards nominations! A highlight includes eight (8) nominations for The Last Black Man in San Francisco including Outstanding Independent Feature and Outstanding Score for Emile Mosseri! See the detailed nominations below.
The 20th Annual Black Reel Awards will take place on February 20, 2020. See the full list at Black Reel Awards Twitter. Congratulations to all the nominees this year!
An animated opening collage of Morrison images by artist Mickalene Thomas is also superb. So is the score — with its memorable use of fiddle, violin and upright bass — by Kathryn Bostic. – Gary Goldstein, Los Angeles Times
Here she’s building a tippy-toe bass line, moody motifs, aching laments—plus a final vocal/piano/keyboards Bostic original, High Above the Water, boasting the kind of gospel stride and soul windows that organist Shirley Scott once splashed around. – Kurt Brokaw, The Independent
Described by The Independent as “2019’s Must-See Documentary”, Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am directed by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders (American Masters) opened in US theaters in June. The score by Kathryn Bostic (Dear White People, Middle of Nowhere) is out now digitally worldwide on Lakeshore Records. Earlier this year, Kathryn became first African American female composer to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.