Greta Gerwig’s “Barbie” won many accolades at the 14th Music Supervisors Guild accolades on March 3 at Los Angeles’ Wiltern Theatre.

The event recognizes excellent success in the field of music supervision, including work in film, television, documentaries, advertising, trailers, and videogames.

George Drakoulias of “Barbie” received best music supervision for a picture with a budget of more than $25 million, as well as best song written for and/or recorded for a film for “What Was I Made For?” alongside Billie Eilish and Finneas.

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Meanwhile, Frankie Pine earned two honors for her work on the Prime Video sitcom “Daisy Jones and the Six.” Alex Hackford won two prizes for his work on Marvel’s “Spider-Man 2” computer game.

The program also included a posthumous commemoration for artist Robbie Robertson, who received the Icon Award in honor of his contributions to the music and cinema industries. Margo Price, Rocco DeLuca, and Johnny Sheppard took the stage for an homage to Robertson’s songs.

Allan Mason earned the Legacy Award for his effect on the entertainment business, marking his second career distinction.

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During the ceremony, Dan Wilson performed “It Never Went Away” from “American Symphony” and India Carney performed “I Found You” from “The L Word: Generation Q.” Furthermore, highlight performer d4vd performed “Romantic Homicide.”

The evening’s presenters featured Nia Vardalos, Ben Platt, Noah Galvin, Mark Ronson, Luca Guadagnino, Tyrese Gibson, Crystal Methyd, Freddy Scott, Stephanie Savage, PJ Morton, Ryan Lott of Son Lux, and Volker Bertelmann.