Lakeshore Records congratulates soundtrack partners If Beale Street Could Talk (score by Nicholas Britell), You Were Never Really Here (score by Jonny Greenwood) and Three Identical Strangers (score by Paul Saunderson) on their 2019 BAFTA nominations!
Also on the list is EMMY-nominated actress Letitia Wright, who is on the EE Rising Stars Awards list. If she looks familiar, she is known to many as “Shuri” in the Marvel Universe for Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity Wars, and “Nish” in Black Mirror: Black Museum. Voting is open to the public and you can vote for her at BAFTA online. See the full category list below.
The awards ceremony will take place on February 10. Congratulations to all the nominees this year!
It’s nice to see Lakeshore Records soundtrack partners make the year’s Best Of lists, such as Director Lynne Ramsay’s You Were Never Really Here film, No. 1 at The Playlist! Out of the 25 films on the list, five soundtrack partners are among the year’s favorites with two films helmed by female filmmakers! Take a look below. Which films are your favorite of the year? See the full list at The Playlist.
#14 Mandy Director, Panos Cosmatos. On VOD and Shudder now [more info].
#13 If Beale Street Could Talk Director, Barry Jenkins. In theaters now [get tickets].
#9 Leave No Trace Director, Debra Granik. Available now on Digital, Blu-ray & DVD [more info].
#4 Annihilation Director, Alex Garland. Available now on Digital, Blu-ray & DVD [more info].
#1 You Were Never Really Here Director, Lynne Ramsay. Available now on Digital [more info].
His score for the hitman-redemption potboiler You Were Never Really Here mirrors Joaquin Phoenix’s remarkable performance, flicking quickly between Drive-wave menace and fluttering string elegies. – The Playlist
It’s been a year of reinvention, says The AV Club of the film scores out in 2018. Both the compositions of Johann Johannsson (Mandy) and Jonny Greenwood (You Were Never Really Here) — which made their tightly-curated 10 Best Film Scores of 2018 list — may fit the bill or their scores are just so special that it defies the typical film music critic descriptors. Lakeshore Records (together with Invada Records in the UK) released both of these critically-acclaimed scores, and you can find them now on Digital, CD and vinyl, worldwide. See the full list at The AV Club.
Mandy marked a new musical direction for Jóhannsson, one that pulls the seemingly contradictory aural impulses of lush synthesizer romance, cold percussive menace, and harsh buzzsaw guitars into one doom metal-influenced ambient whole that sets your whole body abuzz with blissful waves of ecstatic noise.
Lakeshore Records congratulates soundtrack partners If Beale Street Could Talk (score by Nicholas Britell), Mandy (score by Johann Johannsson), You Were Never Really Here (score by Jonny Greenwood), Leave No Trace (score by Dickon Hinchliffe), “The Tale”(score by Ariel Marx), Colette (score by Thomas Adès) and On Her Shoulders (score by Patrick Jonsson) on their Indie Spirit nominations! In addition, Destroyer Director Karyn Kusama received the Bonnie Award nomination. Altogether, Lakeshore celebrates the 18 Indie Spirit nominations from these film and television productions. Congratulations to all the nominees this year!
See the full list of nominated categories below. See more at Deadline.
Lakeshore congratulates composers Johann Johannsson (Mandy), Jonny Greenwood (You Were Never Really Here) and Carter Burwell (Wonderstruck) on their Best Film Composer of the Year award nomination at this year’s World Soundtrack Awards! They also join Alexandre Desplat and John Williams in this prestigious category. Keep scrolling to listen to the soundtracks.