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CLINT EASTWOOD, RYUICHI SAKAMOTO AND GERALD FRIED TO RECEIVE GOLDEN PINE AWARDS FOR LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT

We are happy to inform you that the Jury and the board of the ISFMF decided to add one more name to our Lifetime Achievement Award winners. Along with Clint Eastwood and Ryuichi Sakamoto, ISFMF will award Golden Pine to Gerald Fried. Fried is an Oscar-nominee and Emmy-winning American composer who collaborated with Stanley Kubrick on his early films, such as The Killing (1956) and Paths of Glory (1957), but […]

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ISFMF NOMINATIONS

The day has come. We would like to thank artists from all over the world who sent us 312 film scores. Our jury and board had a very tough job creating the list of nominees, but here it is. Congratulations to everyone!   GOLDEN PINE, LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD Winners: Clint Eastwood Ryuichi Sakamoto Gerald Fried   BEST ORIGINAL SCORE, FEATURE FILM Nominees:  AGNUS DEI (Agnus Dei) – Mendi Mengjiqi | […]

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Greatest of the Week: ENNIO MORRICONE

The legend of film music, Italian composer Ennio Morricone (born 1928) has written music for more than 500 films and television series, in a 60-years lasting career. In the early 1960’s he came to the attention of his former school friend Sergio Leone, who hired Morricone to compose the music to some of his best known films. Together they created a distinctive score to accompany Leone’s different version of the ‘western […]

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