Creativity is a big theme in movies these days.
And there’s plenty of great movies on the horizon with great songs that get their creative juices flowing, including “Cars” and “Get Out,” both of which are nominated for best songs at this year’s Oscars.
But a new songwriter could change the game, according to the National Film Board.
In a new report, the board said it is exploring the idea of giving creative writers the opportunity to be nominated for awards for their work in a variety of categories.
“I think that’s something we’d love to explore,” NFB President and CEO Susan Sontag said.
But they’ve had some really great stories told about them.””
In my experience, there’s been a lot of really great songs and they’ve been nominated.
But they’ve had some really great stories told about them.”
In the case of “Cats,” which won the Oscar for best original song last year, the song’s writer, Jon Brion, is the only one nominated.
However, the NFB says that, in addition to being nominated for other categories, the film could also be nominated in other categories like Best Picture.
The National Film Advisory Board is an independent organization that vets and approves Oscar nominations.
“There are many other songwriters who could go into that category,” Sontak said.
The NFB is also looking at other options to award songs.
For example, the National Theatre Board has already announced it will be considering giving a Song of the Year award to a songwriter.
And NFB Director of Music and Songwriting Jennifer Stoddart has also said the agency would be interested in creating a “Song of the Month Award” for songs that were nominated in at least five different categories.
In addition to Song of The Month, the group is also considering other songwriting categories, such as Best Original Score, Best Original Song and Best Original Music.