IFMCA to take part in Kraków Film Music Festival

The International Film Music Critics Association is honored to announce that it will be officially taking part in the 5th Annual Film Music Festival in Kraków, Poland at the end of May. IFMCA members Jon Broxton, Damian Sołtysik, Łukasz Waligórski and Łukasz Wudarski will be leading one of the ...

Pinar Toprak receives IFMCA Award for The Wind Gods

Composer Pinar Toprak has been presented with the International Film Music Critics Association Award for Best Documentary Score in 2011, for her score for The Wind Gods, by IFMCA members Jon Broxton and Craig Richard Lysy. This is Toprak’s second award in two years, having been awarded the IFMCA ...

John Powell receives IFMCA Awards for How to Train Your Dragon

Composer John Powell has been presented with the International Film Music Critics Association Awards for Score of the Year and Best Score for an Animated Feature in 2010, for his Oscar-nominated work on How to Train Your Dragon, by IFMCA members Jon Broxton and Oscar Flores. Powell overcame strong ...

Pinar Toprak receives her IFMCA Award for The Lightkeepers

Composer Pinar Toprak has been presented with the International Film Music Critics Association Award for Best Comedy Score in 2010, for her score for The Lightkeepers, by IFMCA members Jon Broxton and Oscar Flores. Toprak beat out established composers such as Scott Glasgow (Lo), James Newton Howard (Nanny McPhee ...

IFMCA announces new members for 2010

The IFMCA is delighted to announce the induction of four new members into the group: John Bender is a freelance film music journalist from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. His earliest memories of pleasures from life on Earth involve television and film, and the music for both. As a student he pursued ...

IFMCA Legends archive grows with tribute to Miklós Rózsa

The IFMCA is pleased to announce the publication of the third IFMCA Legend tribute, “Miklós Rózsa: The Midas Touch”, by Greek film music journalist and IFMCA member Konstantinos Sotiropoulos, the founder and editor of “#8221;, the first Greek site about film music. The Rózsa tribute examines his life and work, from ...