A-List Composers, Producers, Songwriters, Music Supervisors, Technology Companies and Music Legends are honored for their contributions in Film, TV, Video Games, Movie Trailers and other visual mediums! The HMMA is the premiere destination prior to the traditional awards season.
Enjoy mainstream media accolades and benefits at the annual Hollywood Music in Media Awards! Connect with the most influential music execs in the business, get global exposure and opportunities to elevate your music career into the stratosphere!
Hollywood, CA – April 8, 2013: Accolades are pouring in about HMMA’s Real Deal™ Music In Visual Media Success Summit held Sunday, April 7th. The unique and intimate affair produced REAL connections, opportunities and results for the composers and artists in attendance! Continue reading “REAL SUCCESS AT THE REAL DEAL!” »
Hollywood, CA - February 15, 2013: The Hollywood Music In Media Awards (HMMA) once again presents an unprecedented and disruptive symposium on Sunday, April 7th, 2013 that GUARANTEES attending composers and music artists will be chosen to compose music for visual mediums! Continue reading “HMMA-THE REAL DEAL™ MUSIC IN VISUAL MEDIA SUCCESS SUMMIT” »
(West Hollywood, CA) November 19, 2012 - Two- time Academy-Award™ nominee Marco Beltrami, the composer of the recent Clint Eastwood film Trouble with the Curve, was honored with Best Original Score-Feature Film for Fox Searchlight's The Sessions at the Hollywood Music in Media Awards (HMMA) on November 15, 2012 at the Fonda Theatre in Hollywood. Beltrami won over an impressive list of fellow nominees including Alexandre Desplat, John Williams, and Thomas Newman. Continue reading “Marco Beltrami Wins Best Original Score-Feature Film” »
HOLLYWOOD, CA- Nov 16, 2012: The Hollywood Music in Media Awards stepped up its game this year at the beautiful and historic Fonda Theater in Hollywood, wowing all in attendance. With a jam-packed celebrity filled red carpet, the event has excelled in stature. Though the HMMA is technically about awards, the evening proved wildly entertaining for the audience. A visual montage of nominated composer clips for film, TV and Video Games opened the show on the big screen, followed by a splashy opening number by host and master musical impressionist Greg London.