2015 ISFMF WINNERS

GOLDEN PINE, LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

James Horner (1953-2015)

An American composer, one of the greatest in history of film music. He received numerous awards during his life and career, including two Academy Awards for his work on James Cameron’s Titanic. Other Horner’s works include over hundred film scores, such as Star Trek, Aliens, Legends of the Fall, Iris, The Perfect Storm, AvatarThe House of Sand and Fog, A Beautiful Mind and many others. Horner was one the rare composers completely dedicated to their work, academically educated with incredible ability to create such colorful and rich scores with beautiful memorable themes.

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Dave Grusin (1934)

An American composer, arranger and pianist. Grusin has composed many scores for feature films and television, and has won numerous awards for his soundtrack and record work, including an Academy Award and even 10 Grammys. He has had a prolific recording career as an artist, arranger, producer and executive producer. His work includes films as The Graduate, Heaven Can Wait, On Golden Pond, Tootsie, The Fabulous Baker Boys, The Firm…

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Michel Legrand (1932)

A French musical composer, arranger, conductor, and pianist. Legrand is a prolific composer, having written over 200 film and television scores in addition to many memorable songs. He is best known for his often haunting film music and scores, such as The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (1964) and The Thomas Crown Affair (1968) featuring the song The Windmills of Your Mind for which he won his first Oscar. His other works include Yentl, James Bond: Never Say Never Again and many others.

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CRYSTAL PINE, BEST ORIGINAL SCORE | FEATURE FILM

WINNER

  • UNDER THE SKIN – Mica Levi | UK

GRAND PRIX

  • BIRDMAN – Antonio Sanchez | USA

OTHER NOMINEES

  • 3:13 – Guillermo Guareschi | USA
  • RELATOS SALVAJES (Wild Tales) – Gustavo Santaolalla | Argentina
  • GRAND PIANO – Victor Reyes | Spain
  • OCULUS – The Newton Brothers | USA

 

CRYSTAL PINE, BEST ORIGINAL SCORE | DOCUMENTARY

WINNER

  • THE SALT OF THE EARTH – Laurent Petitgand | Brazil, France

OTHER NOMINEES

  • VIRUNGA – Patrick Jonsson | Congo, UK
  • FINDING VIVIAN MAIER – J. Ralph | USA

 

CRYSTAL PINE, BEST ORIGINAL SCORE | SHORT (live-action, animated, documentary)

WINNER

  • DROVER’S BOY – Yunyu Ong | Australia

GRAND PRIX

  • L’ART DES THANATIER (Monsieur Thanatier’s Artistry) – Olivier Calmel | France

OTHER NOMINEES

  • LE VENT DES REGRETS (Wind of Regrets) – Ivan Palomares | France
  • BUFFALO RISING – Olivier Militon | France
  • ESTEFAN – Alan Williams | USA
  • EL CAMINO – Ivan Capillas | Spain
  • TEDDYBEAR – Ros Gilman | Austria

 

SPECIAL CRYSTAL PINE, BEST ORIGINAL SCORE | FEATURE FILM

WINNER

  • INTERSTELLAR – Hans Zimmer

GRAND PRIX

  • THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL – Alexandre Desplat

OTHER NOMINEES

  • GODZILLA – Alexandre Desplat
  • NIGHTCRAWLER – James Newton Howard
  • GONE GIRL – Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross
  • CALVARY – Patrick Cassidy
  • PRIDE – Christopher Nightingale
  • HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 2 – John Powell
  • BIG HERO 6 – Henry Jackman
  • SONG OF THE SEA – Bruno Coulais
  • A MOST VIOLENT YEAR – Alex Ebert
  • VISITORS – Philip Glass

 

THE ARTISTIC BOARD

Richard King, Randy Thom, Mark Dornford-May, John P. Corigliano, Jaco van Dormael, Ozren K. Glaser

Ozren K. Glaser

About Ozren K. Glaser

ISFMF, Artistic Director and Producer
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