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    2024 Live Music Industry Awards presented by

    Tuesday, June 4, 2024
    Awards Show. 5:00PM -7:00PM
    Frontenac Ballroom (across from Westin Harbour Castle Hotel)

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    Sync Awards Nominees

     Canadian Music Week &
    The Guild of Music Supervisors, Canada Present
    The 1st Annual Canadian Sync Awards
    NOMINEES ANNOUNCED
     
    VOTE NOW for the 1st CANADIAN SYNC AWARDS!
     
    VOTE HERE: 

    https://cmw.net/v2/syncawards/canadian-sync-awards-voting/

     
    Please note that there is a link to review each Nominee’s submission and, in a few categories, a document or two that includes some information that delves into the scope of the work that will aid you in determining your vote.
     
    As these entries are audio/visual media, we ask that you spend a bit of time checking it all out!
     
    Please vote for only ONE Nominee per category and hit the SUBMIT button after making your choice, category by category.
     
    Voting deadline is Friday May 4th, 11:59 pm.

     

    CANADIAN SYNC AWARDS 2018
    Nominees
     
     
    Best Sync – Promo
    David Hayman: ‘Ennio’ by HUMANS, “Entanglement”
    David Hayman: ‘Walk Alone’ by Time Copz, “Letterkenny” (Season 3)
    Velma Barkwell: ‘I’m On My Way’ by The Proclaimers, “Mr. D, Season 7 Premiere”
     
     
    Best Music Supervision – Interactive (Video Game/Mobile App/VR)
    Cory Hawthorne: “FORM: Original Soundtrack”
    David Hayman: “Sesqui Horizon: A 360° Symphony of Canada”
    David Hayman: “Play-A-Coke”
    Janesta Boudreau: “Planet Coaster & Jurassic World Evolution”
     
     
    Best Sync – Episodic TV
    Velma Barkwell: ‘Never’ by Moving Pictures, “Mr. D, 703”
    Natasha Duprey: ‘Paralyzer’ by SUUNS, “Van Helsing, 207”
    David Hayman: ‘The Great Escape’ by Emilie Ogden, “Saving Hope, 501”
    David Hayman: ‘Piano Man’ by Billy Joel, “Nirvanna The Band Show, 1.05”
    Michael Perlmutter: ‘Heart of Glass’ (Crabtree Remix) by Blondie + Glass, “The Handmaid’s Tale, 103”
    Mikaila Simmons, John Rowley: ‘The Cave’ by Matt Millz, “Mary Kills People, 105”
     
     
    Best Sync – Commercial
    David Hayman: ‘Broken Wings’ by Choir! Choir! Choir!, Honey Nut Cheerios – “Save The Bees”
    David Hayman: ‘Aline’ by Christophe, Volkswagen Tiguan
    Francois Lachance/Zaid Shoufan: ‘Crazy Love’, Van Morrison, IKEA – “Bottle It”
    Heather Gardner: ‘What The World Needs Now Is Love’ by Sarah Blackwood, President’s Choice “#EatTogether”
    Warren Bray: ‘Use Somebody’ by East End Music Project’s Children’s Choir, Until The Last Child – “30,000 Is The Loneliest Number”
     
     
    Best Sync Team – Major Label and/or Major Publisher
    Sony/ATV Music Publishing
    Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
    Universal Music Canada Inc.
    Warner Music Sync
     
     
    Best Sync Team – Indie Label and/or Indie Publisher
    Arts & Crafts Music
    Nettwerk Music Group
    Red Brick Songs-Casablanca Media
    Third Side Music
     
     
    Best Sync – Feature Film
    David Hayman: ‘Blame It On The Rain’ by Milli Vanilli, “Don’t Talk To Irene”
    David Hayman: ‘Heart & Soul’ by T’Pau, “Don’t Talk To Irene”
    Natasha Duprey: ‘After The Glow’ by Jesse MacCormack, “The Show”
    Natasha Duprey: ‘(You’re A) Strange Animal’ by Gowan, “Another Wolfcop”
     
     
    Best Music Supervision – Feature or Documentary Film
    Dan Mangan: “Canada In A Day”
    David Hayman: “Don’t Talk To Irene”
    Dondrea Erauw: “Kiss & Cry”
    Dondrea Erauw, Michael Perlmutter: “Blurred Lines: Inside The Art World”
     
     
    Best Sync – Sports Program or Promo
    Carson Illidge: ‘Ooh La La’ by The Faces, Hockey Night In Canada
    Chris Black: ‘Tell Me’ by BROS, Toronto Blue Jays
    David Hayman: ‘Trainwreck 1979’ by Death From Above 1979, Toronto FC
    David Hayman: ‘F.A.M.I.L.Y’ by Hanni El Khatib, CFL
    Phillip Rzentkowski: ‘Why We Fight’ by The Fast Romantics, NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs
     
     
    Sync Artist or Songwriter of the Year
    Grand Analog
    Serena Ryder
    The Tragically Hip
    The Wilderness of Manitoba
     
     
    Best Music Supervision – Scripted or Factual TV Production/Series
    Andrea Higgins: “Wynonna Earp” (Season 2)
    David Hayman: “Letterkenny” (Season 3)
    David Hayman: “Saving Hope” (Season 5)
    Dondrea Erauw: “Private Eyes” (Season 2)
    Michael Perlmutter: “The Handmaid’s Tale” (Season 1)
    Mikaila Simmons, John Rowley: “Mary Kills People” (Season 1)
     
     
     
    Winners will be announced at the Awards on May 12th, 2018, 5-7 pm at The Dominion Ballroom.
     
    Purchase Tickets here before May 7th:   https://cmw.net/v2/conference/online-registration/  
    or at CMW Registration on Concourse Level at The Sheraton Hotel, Toronto.
     
    USE YOUR CODE IF YOU HAVE ONE – IF NOT, REGISTERING TAKES 1 MINUTE.
     
    THANKS FOR YOUR PARTICIPATION!