Music supervisor Maggie Phillips has lent her expertise to create the unique sounds of numerous TV shows and films. This spring, Phillips is working on Season 4 of FX's Emmy and Golden Globe-winning series “Fargo”. Maggie also works on FX's hit series “Legion” and “Snowfall”, Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale”, “Shrill” and “The Act”, Apple’s “For All Mankind”. Maggie supervised the final season of Sam Esmail’s “Mr. Robot” after collaborating with him on Amazon’s “Homecoming” starring Julia Roberts. She is collaborating him again on Peacock’s new series “Angelyne” a limited series starring Emmy Rossum, directed by Lucy Tcherniak (The End of the Fucking World). She is also working on Hulu’s new series “The Great” written and produced by Antony McNamara (The Favourite) and “Normal People” based on Sally Rooney’s novel, directed by Lenny Abrahamson (Room). She supervised “Counterpart” on Starz, starring J.K. Simmons, “Graves" on Epix, “Patriot” on Amazon and many more.
In addition to television, Phillips has selected the music for more than 30 independent and feature films. She is best known for her music supervision on Barry Jenkins's Golden Globe-winning and Academy Award-winning film, "Moonlight," the Sundance Grand Jury Prize-winner, "The Miseducation of Cameron Post," the romantic comedy, “Isn’t It Romantic" starring Rebel Wilson and Grammy-winning director Jesse Peretz's romantic comedy, "Juliet, Naked." She also supervised music for the Sundance Grand Jury Prize-nominee, "Ingrid Goes West."
Phillips has been working with Noah Hawley since Fargo Season 2 and this fall, FOX Searchlight released Hawley’s directorial film debut, “Lucy In The Sky”. In addition to Hawley, Phillips has a long work history with The Duplass Brothers whom she met while attending University of Texas at Austin. She collaborated with them on projects such as HBO's thriller series, "Room 104”, “Animals” and "Togetherness," the SXSW and Sundance film, "Cyrus," and the TIFF film, "Jeff, Who Lives at Home.”
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