Building on the success of the first IFMCA Radio broadcast, the International Film Music Critics Association is proud to announce the second in its annual IFMCA Radio broadcasts, celebrating the music nominated for the 2013 IFMCA Awards, and featuring selections by several members which represent, in their opinion, some of the best individual film, TV and video game cues from the preceding 12 months.
Please take a listen to the show at the IFMCA website.
The selections in this special 2-hour programme includes music from AFRICA (Sarah Class), THE BOOK THIEF (John Williams), BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY’S (Henry Mancini), COPPERHEAD (Laurent Eyquem), ESCAPE FROM TOMORROW (Abel Korzeniowski), EVIL DEAD (Roque Baños), FROZEN (Christophe Beck), GAME OF THRONES (Ramin Djawadi), GRAND PIANO (Víctor Reyes), GRAVITY (Steven Price), THE HOBBIT: THE DESOLATION OF SMAUG (Howard Shore), INSTRUCTIONS NOT INCLUDED (Carlo Siliotto), IRON MAN 3 (Brian Tyler), LETHAL WEAPON 4 (Michael Kamen), PASSION (Pino Donaggio), PLANES (Mark Mancina), PUPPETEER (Patrick Doyle), QB VII (Jerry Goldsmith), REMEMBER ME (Olivier Deriviere), ROMEO AND JULIET (Abel Korzeniowski), THE SALAMANDER (Jerry Goldsmith), THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY (Theodore Shapiro), STALINGRAD (Angelo Badalamenti), STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS (Michael Giacchino), SUMMER IN FEBRUARY (Benjamin Wallfisch), and THE WIND RISES (Joe Hisaishi).
Participating members include:
- Ley Bricknell, Filmic
- Jon Broxton, Movie Music UK
- Tim Burden, Film Score Monthly/Movie Magic
- Christopher Coleman, TrackSounds
- Erin Veronica Corrado, One Movie Five Views
- Paul Cote, Cinemusic
- Clark Douglas, Movie Music UK/WHIE Radio
- Panos Gkenas, Avopolis
- Thor Joachim Haga, Montages/Celluloid Tunes
- Eleni Mitsiaki, Kinetophone/City Lights
- Erik Woods, Cinematic Sound Radio
The complete list of 2013 IFMCA Award nominees can be found HERE.
As it did last year. the broadcast also includes a performance of the “IFMCA Fanfare”, which was written exclusively for the IFMCA by composer David Coscina, as well as insert bumpers and liners by voiceover artist and broadcaster Roy Hall.