IFMCA supports A Symphony of Hope: The Haiti Project

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On Saturday, March 26th, IFMCA members Mike Brennan, Jon Broxton, Oscar Flores and Dan Goldwasser attended the recording sessions for “A Symphony of Hope: The Haiti Project” at the Eastwood Scoring Stage at Warner Brothers Studios in Burbank, California. The brainchild of composer Christopher Lennertz, the Symphony is musical fundraising project ...

First Special IFMCA Jury Prize Awarded

At the Unheard Film Festival in Amsterdam a special IFMCA prize was handed out for the first time. For The Battle, the soundtrack competition of the Unheard Film Festival, 66 students of European art and music academies participated by composing a new sound score for (existing) short films. IFMCA-members ...

Nuno Maló receives IFMCA Award for Amália

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Composer Nuno Maló has been presented with the International Film Music Critics Association Award for Breakout Composer of 2010, for his work on the Portuguese biopic Amália, by IFMCA members Jon Broxton and Oscar Flores. In an international affair, Portuguese composer Maló beat Spanish composers Óscar Araujo (who was ...

IFMCA announces its 2010 Winners for scoring excellence

JOHN POWELL’S HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON IS NAMED INTERNATIONAL FILM MUSIC CRITICS’ 2010 FILM SCORE OF THE YEAR The International Film Music Critics Association announces the winners of its seventh annual awards for excellence in musical scoring in 2010 with John Powell’s score for the animated film HOW ...

IFMCA announces its 2010 nominees for scoring excellence

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ALEXANDRE DESPLAT RECEIVES 7 INTERNATIONAL FILM MUSIC CRITICS’ 2010 AWARD NOMINATIONS, INCLUDING TWO FOR FILM SCORE OF THE YEAR The International Film Music Critics Association announces its list of nominations for excellence in musical scoring in 2010, with French composer Alexandre Desplat leading the field with 7 nods including ...