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Billie Eilish, Ludwig Göransson, Nicholas Britell, Olivia Rodrigo, Robbie Robertson Among Winners at Society of Composers and Lyricists Awards.

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Billie Eilish, Finneas, Ludwig Göransson and Nicholas Britell were among the winners Wednesday evening at the 5th annual Society of Composers & Lyricists Awards.

Eilish and Finneas took home the award for outstanding original song for a Comedy or Musical for “What Was I Made For?” from “Barbie.” The win continued their sweep of the season from the Golden Globes and the Grammy Awards.

Olivia Rodrigo and Dan Nigro won outstanding original song for a drama or documentary for “Can’t Catch Me Now” from “Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes.” Britell took home the prize for outstanding original score for a television production for “Succession.”

Göransson, who was honored with Variety’s Artisans Award in Santa Barbara this past weekend, won outstanding original score for a studio film for “Oppenheimer.”

Director Martin Scorsese was honored with the 2024 Spirit of Collaboration Award for his work with the late composer Robbie Robertson.

Grammy-winning singer and songwriter Jason Isbell performed the song “Between Trains” in honor of Scorsese and Robertson. “Between Trains” was originally written by Robertson for “The King of Comedy.”

The awards recognize original scores and songs in visual media across seven categories. Siedah Garrett hosted the banquet at the Skirball Center in Los Angeles.

Outstanding Original Score for a Studio Film

Joe Hisaishi – “The Boy and the Heron”
Ludwig Göransson – “Oppenheimer”
Laura Karpman – “American Fiction”
Robbie Robertson – “Killers of the Flower Moon”
Anthony Willis – “Saltburn”

Outstanding Original Score for an Independent Film

Jon Batiste – “American Symphony”
Mica Levi – “The Zone of Interest”
Fabrizio Mancinelli, Richard M. Sherman – “Mushka”
Daniel Pemberton – “Ferrari”
John Powell – “Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie”

Outstanding Original Score for a Television Production

Nicholas Britell – “Succession”
Natalie Holt – “Loki”
Martin Phipps – “The Crown”
Carlos Rafael Rivera – “Lessons in Chemistry”
Gustavo Santaolalla – “The Last of Us”

Outstanding Original Title Sequence for a Television Production

Chanda Dancy – “Lawmen: Bass Reeves”
Nainita Desai – “The Deepest Breath”
Kevin Kiner – “Ahsoka”
Atli Örvarsson – “Silo”
Carlos Rafael Rivera – “Lessons in Chemistry”

Outstanding Original Song for a Dramatic or Documentary Visual Media Production

Jon Batiste, Dan Wilson- “It Never Went Away” – “American Symphony”
Nicholas Britell, Taura Stinson – “Slip Away” – “Carmen”
Sharon Farber, Noah Benshea – “Better Times” – “Jacob the Baker”
Lenny Kravitz – “Road to Freedom” – “Rustin”
Olivia Rodrigo, Dan Nigro – “Can’t Catch Me Now” – “The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes”

Outstanding Original Song for a Comedy or Musical Visual Media Production

Jack Black, John Spiker, Eric Osmond, Michael Jelenic, Aaron Horvath – “Peaches” – “The Super Mario Bros Movie”
Heather McIntosh, Allyson Newman, Taura Stinson – “All About Me” – “The L Word: Generation Q”
Billie Eilish O’Connell, Finneas O’Connell – “What Was I Made For?” – “Barbie”
Mark Ronson, Andrew Wyatt – “I’m Just Ken” – “Barbie”
Diane Warren – “The Fire Inside” – “Flamin’ Hot”

Outstanding Original Score for Interactive Media

Stephan Barton, Gordy Haab – “Star Wars Jedi: Survivor”
Winifred Phillips – “Secrets of Skeifa Island”
Pinar Toprak – “Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora”
Austin Wintory – “Stray Gods”

The David Raksin Award for Emerging Talent

Catherine Joy – “Home is a Hotel”
Fabrizio Mancinelli – “The Land of Dreams”
Allyson Newman – “Commitment to Life”
Hannah Parrott – “After Death”
Kenny Wood – “The Naughty Nine”