ASCAP has announced the winners of the 2022 ASCAP Screen Music Awards, recognizing its top film, television and video game composers. The event runs May 2-5 across @ASCAP social media and @ASCAPScreen on Instagram. The ASCAP Composers’ Choice Awards, voted on exclusively by the ASCAP composer and songwriter community, are presented to Germaine Franco for Film Score of the Year for Disney’s Encanto; to Cristobal Tapia de Veer for Television Score of the Year & Television Theme of the Year for HBO’s The White Lotus; to Amanda Jones for Documentary Score of the Year for Dreamland: The Burning of Black Wall Street; and to Wataru Hokoyama for Video Game Score of the Year for his work on Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart .

In other categories, the Top Box Office Film honor went to Michael Giacchino for his score for the Marvel Studios’ No Way Home. David Vanacore was the top winner for Most Performed Themes and Underscore for his work on shows including Survivor, Naked and Afraidn and Hell’s Kitchen. John Sereda took home the award in the Top Cable Television Series category for Hallmark’s When Calls the Heart and Matthew Hawkins, Maurice “m.O” Jackson & Neil Martin won the Top Network Television Series award for their main theme for CBS’ NCIS.

Throughout the four-day social media celebration, the ASCAP Screen Music Awards will feature behind-the-scenes videos, advice, acceptance speeches and other surprises from the winning music creators. Visit ASCAP’s official website for all the winners.