Award Winning Music Supervisor, Mary Ramos, has helped create the musical identity for over 100 films for the past 25 years.
Mary Ramos has been a Music Supervisor for over 25 years, creatively helping Directors find the best songs and scores for their films. She has helped shape the music for blockbuster features, award-winning independents, and passionate documentaries. Along with Grammy-nominated soundtracks and two Guild of Music Supervisors Awards; one for “Django Unchained,” for which she recruited original songs by John Legend, Ennio Morricone, Jamie Foxx and Rick Ross, Tupac and James Brown and Anthony Hamilton, she worked with Quentin Tarantino on “The Hateful Eight” which brought legendary Composer, Ennio Morricone his first Academy Award for Best Original Score and she worked with Reginald Hudlin on his film “Marshall” for which the powerful original theme song “Stand Up For Something” was nominated for an Oscar. She recently collaborated with Quentin Tarantino on his 9th film “Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood,” for which, she won her second Guild of Music Supervisors award. She is currently at work on Tom McCarthy’s mystery film with Matt Damon entitled “Stillwater” as well as two music-intensive television projects: “Little Fires Everywhere” for HULU starring Kerry Washington and Reese Witherspoon and an all-star limited series on FX about the women’s liberation movement, entitled “Mrs. America.”
“She is the unsung hero of my filmography” – Quentin Tarantino
Episode 155: Quentin Tarantino On The Music Of Once Upon A Time In Hollywood
Mary Ramos was the music supervisor on two 2016 Academy Award-winning films: “Spotlight” and “Hateful Eight”