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.
Right before the New Year, Lakeshore Records has unleashed these stunning, collectible releases featuring scores by award winning composers! From “Stranger Things 2″ to Brawl In Cell Block 99 to “Mr. Robot” to Wonderstruck, these film and television productions are already on the must-see and year-end Best Of Scores and films lists. Decisions, decisions. See below for more details and purchase links.
The Hollywood Reporter’s annual Composer Roundtable is back, featuring acclaimed composers Carter Burwell (Wonderstruck; Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri), Michael Giacchino (Coco, War for the Planet of the Apes), Alexandre Desplat (The Shape of Water, Suburbicon), Philip Glass (Jane), Daniel Pemberton (Molly’s Game, All the Money in the World) and Tamar-kali (Mudbound), who tackle the temp score, collaborations with directors, diversity in the film score world and more. Watch the full video below.
Have you listened to Carter Burwell’s Wonderstruck score?
The annual Critics’ Choice Awards nominations for film and television are in! Do you see your favorite movie or TV show on the list? The full list of nominees are available now at Deadline, but you can view the Lakeshore soundtrack release partners’ nominations below, which include Lady Bird, Wonderstruck, “Stranger Things”, “The Handmaid’s Tale”, “Mr. Robot” and more. Congratulations to our wonderful partners on their nominations!
The Critics’ Choice Awards will be handed out on January 11 and broadcast live from 8-10 PM on The CW.
Some favorite tracks include the silent movie dramatic flare of Daughter of the Storm, the tragic tones of Ben Robbed and the various tracks in the museum, such as The Museum Beckons, Wolves, Dioramas and Museum Pursuits. – Melissa Minners, G-pop.net
In the latest review of the Wonderstruck soundtrack featuring score by Carter Burwell, G-pop picks out some favorite tracks on the album while explaining the use of the score in two very different timelines in the film: the ’20s and the ’70s. What is your favorite track in the album? Read the full review at G-pop.net.