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 ...

IFMCA launches IFMCA Legends with Herrmann tribute

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The International Film Music Critics Association (IFMCA) is proud to announce the formation of the IFMCA Legends archive, celebrating the life and work of some of film music’s greatest historical artists. Although the primary focus of the IFMCA is the celebration of the best in modern contemporary film music, ...

Abel Korzeniowski accepts IFMCA Award for A Single Man

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Composer Abel Korzeniowski has been presented with his International Film Music Critics Award by IFMCA members Jon Broxton and Oscar Flores. Korzeniowski won the 2009 IFMCA Award for Best Drama score for A Single Man; he was also nominated for Breakout Composer of the Year. A Single Man was the directorial debut ...

James Peterson accepts IFMCA Awards for The Red Canvas

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Composer James Peterson has been presented with his International Film Music Critics Awards by IFMCA members Jon Broxton and Oscar Flores. Peterson won two awards at the 2009 IFMCA Awards, for Breakout Composer and Best Action/Adventure score for The Red Canvas. He was also nominated for Film Music Composition ...

IFMCA announces winners of 2009 Awards

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MICHAEL GIACCHINO’S UP WINS BEST SCORE OF 2009 MARCH 1, 2010 – Michael Giacchino wins the 2009 Score of the Year award from the International Film Music Critics Association for his inventive and nostalgic score for the Disney Pixar film, UP, which also wins Best Original Score for an ...

IFMCA announces its 2009 nominees for scoring excellence

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The International Film Music Critics Association announces its list of excellence in musical scoring for 2009 with composer Michael Giacchino receiving nine individual nominations, the most for any composer in a given year since the Association began issuing awards in 2004. Along with multiple mentions for his score to ...