Last night, Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI) held its annual Film, TV & Visual Awards at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills. Brian Tyler was named BMI Icon in recognition of his exceptional body of work and phenomenal success as a composer, orchestral conductor and music producer. Tyler whose scoring credits include Avengers: Age of Ultron, Iron Man 3, multiple installments in the Fast & Furious series, Crazy Rich Asians and Yellowstone was presented the award by BMI President and CEO Mike O’Neill. Directors Jon M. Chu, Taylor Sheridan, Justin Baldoni, DJ Caruso, Sylvester Stallone, Alex Kurtzman, Adam Shankman, Adam Robitel, Greg Yaitanes, producers Kevin Feige & Williams Sherak, Universal Pictures music chief Mike Knobloch, Warner Bros.’ Paul Broucek, Paramount’s Randy Spendlove and agents Michael Gorfaine & Sam Schwartz congratulated Tyler via a tribute video.

Amy Andersson, Isolde Fair, Starr Parodi, Penka Kouneva, Miriam Cutler & Lolita Ritmanis accepting BMI Impact Award

Earlier in the evening, O’Neill and BMI EVP of Distribution, Publisher Relations & Administration Services, Alison Smith, presented the BMI Impact Award to BMI composers Amy Andersson, Miriam Cutler, Isolde Fair, Penka Kouneva, Starr Parodi and Lolita Ritmanis, in recognition of their groundbreaking artistry, creative vision and impact on the future of music with Women Warriors: The Voices of Change. The documentary film honors some of the world’s most compelling female activists from around the globe and received numerous awards over the last year. The accompanying album won a Grammy this year for Best Classical Compendium.

Throughout the evening, composers of music featured in the past year’s top-grossing films, top-rated network television series and highest-ranking cable network and streamed media programs were also celebrated. In addition to Tyler who also picked up awards for F9: The Fast Saga, Scream and Yellowstone, among the composers who accepted their awards in person were Atticus Ross (Soul, Animal Kingdom, Operation Varsity Blues) who previously won an Academy Award and Grammy Award for his work on Pixar’s SoulCarlos Rafael Rivera (The Queen’s Gambit, Hacks) who previously received an Emmy and Grammy Award for his music for Netflix’s The Queen’s GambitThomas Newman (The Little Things, Dog), Mychael Danna (The Addams Family 2, Cinderella), Dominic Lewis (Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway), Rob Simonsen (Ghostbusters: Afterlife, Blue Bloods), Mark Isham (Sex/Life), Blake Neely (Greyhound, The Flight Attendant), Trevor Gureckis (Old, Servant), Joseph Shirley (Jackass Forever), Philip Klein (Wish Dragon), Fil Eisler (Outer Banks), Jermaine Stegall (Coming 2 America), Tamar-kali (The Lie), Daniel A. Davies (Halloween Kills), Jessica Rose Weiss (Cinderella), Keegan DeWitt (A Teacher), Sean Callery (Bull), Kevin & Sean Kiner (Titans), Tom Howe (Ted Lasso), Chris Westlake (Solar Opposites), Nick Chuba & Leopold Ross (Operation Varsity Blues), David Wingo (Mayans, MC), Julie & Steven Bernstein (Animaniacs), H. Scott Salinas (Sasquatch), Ryan Elder (Rick and Morty, The Boss Baby: Back in Business), Perrine Virgile (The Umbrella Academy), Alexis Marsh & Samuel Jones (Animal Kingdom), Breton Vivian (Yellowstone), Lily Hadyn (Ginny & Georgia) West Dylan Thordson (Unsolved Mysteries), César Dávila-Irizarry (Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel), Tree Adams (NCIS: Hawai’i), Raney Shockne (Queen of the South), Joe Wong (Chad), Sean Pack (The Equalizer) Ben Bromfield (The Boss Baby: Back in Business, Ginny & Georgia), Lou “Buster” Brown & Scott “Shavoni” Parker (Real Time with Bill Maher). Click here for the full list of winners. Also in attendance was previous BMI honorees Mike Post (who picked up his BMI Spotlight Award in person after winning the award in 2020) and W.G. Snuffy Walden.

“Class photo” taken during 38th BMI Film, TV & Visual Media Awards (Photo credit: Lester Cohen/Getty Images for BMI)