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 ...

Armand Amar accepts IFMCA Award for Home

Composer Armand Amar has been presented with his International Film Music Critics’ Award in Paris, France, by IFMCA member Olivier Desbrosses. Armand Amar won the 2009 IFMCA Award for Best Original Score for a Documentary Feature for Home, directed by the French photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand. Home is almost entirely ...

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 ...