Eleven SOCAN #ComposersWhoScore were honoured in musical categories of the 2024 Canadian Screen Awards, presented May 28-31, 2024, in Toronto. SOCAN congratulates all of our winning members on these great achievements!

The winners are:


Best Original Music, Animation
Erica Procunier – Thomas & Friends: All Engines Go! – “The  Mystery of Lookout Mountain” episode

Best Original Music, Drama
Ari Posner, Amin Bhatia – Sullivan’s Crossing – “Can’t Help Falling” episode

Best Original Music, Comedy
Peter Chapman, Maylee Todd – Workin’ Moms – “The End” episode

Best Original Music, Documentary
La-Na Gabriel – Black Community Mixtapes – “Hip-Hop” episode

Best Original Music, Factual, Lifestyle, Reality, or Entertainment
Greg Johnston – Paranormal Revenge –  “Love you to Death: The Case of Lori Kinrade” and   “Photo Negative: The Case of Clyde Morrison” episodes

Best Original Music, Original Song
Kimmortal (aka Kimberly Villagante) – Sort Of – “Made Up My Mind” – Used in the “Sort Of Chaaliswan” episode


Achievement in Music – Original Score
Jay McCarrol – Blackberry

Achievement in Music – Original Song
Qurram Hussein – “Ishq Ki Na Koi Bhi Hud Hai” from The Queen of My Dreams

Best Original Music in a Feature-Length Documentary
Ramachandra Borcar – The Longest Goodbye

SOCAN celebrated some of our nominees with a cocktail reception at Gladstone House, in downtown Toronto, in the early evening of May 29, 2024. Among the 30-odd attendees were Vince Degiorgio, Jay McCarrol, Suad Bushnaq, Stephanie Hamelin Tomala, Caleb and Brian Chan, Neil Parfitt, Rob Carli, Erica Procunier, Amin Bhatia, Peter Chapman, Meiro Stamm, Antonio Naranjo, Deanna Choi, and Tonya Dedrick, of the Screen Composers Guild of Canada (SCGC).