hmmaLast night, the Hollywood Music in Media Awards (HMAA) were handed out at the Fonda Theatre in Hollywood, CA. Henry Jackman was awarded for his score for Paul Greengrass’ critically acclaimed box office hit Captain Phillips in the Best Original Score – Feature Film category. Bear McCreary was honored for his main titles theme for AMC’s hit series The Walking Dead and accepted his award in person. Also attending the ceremony was Benjamin Wallfisch who received an award in the Best Song/Score – Special Feature category for his score for the British period drama Summer in February, which will open in the U.S. in January. In addition, Jeff Beal won his first HMMA for his Emmy-nominated score for the Netflix original series House of Cards. The award in the Best Soundtrack Album category went to Inside Llweyn Davis released by Nonesuch Records and produced by T Bone Burnett and the Coen Brothers. Kathryn Gallagher was honored in the Best Song – Feature Film category for the song Damaged from Thanks for Sharing and David Schwartz accepted an award for the original song Getaway from Arrested Development (co-written with Mitch Hurwitz & Gabriel Mann) in the Best Song – TV Show category. Additionally Robin Urdang won the award in the Outstanding Music Supervision – Film category for her work on Thanks for Sharing and Mark Vike received the award in the Outstanding Music Supervision – TV Show category for the CBS drama NCIS: Los Angeles. For the full list of winners, click here.