42West and Shore Fire Media Score Big at 81st Golden Globes; Dolphin Entertainment Applauds Outstanding Achievements

Dolphin Entertainment, Inc. (NASDAQ:DLPN), a leading entertainment marketing and content production company, today congratulated its subsidiaries, PR powerhouses 42West and Shore Fire Media, and their clients on their incredible work being recognized at yesterday’s 81st Golden Globes Awards.

Apple Original Films’ “Killers of the Flower Moon” received seven nominations, including three for longtime 42West client Martin Scorsese, and won the award for Best Performance in a Motion Picture Drama – Actress. Lily Gladstone’s historic win marks the first Indigenous performer to receive an award at the Golden Globes Awards. GKIDS’ “The Boy and the Heron” directed by Hayao Miyazaki won the award for Best Animated Film, becoming the first international feature to win the category in the ceremony’s history. 42West has worked with the studio since 2009. “The Boy and the Heron” also received a nomination for Best Original Score, composed by Shore Fire client Joe Hisaishi. Shore Fire client Bruce Springsteen garnered a nomination in the Best Original Song category for “Addicted to Romance” from Vertical Entertainment’s “She Came to Me.” On the television side, 42West client Prime Video saw seven nominations across four of their shows, including “Daisy Jones & The Six,” “Jury Duty,” “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” and “Dead Ringers.”

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