Composer Dario Marianelli Wins 'Best Score' IFMCA Award For Atonement
The International Film Music Critics Association have announced their winner, and they name Dario Marianelli’s Atonement Best Score.
The Score of the Year award goes to Italian composer Dario Marianelli, for his score for director Joe Wright's ATONEMENT, which is based on the best-selling romantic novel by Ian McEwan. Marianelli spent the majority of his early working career in the United Kingdom and Ireland before coming to international prominence in 2005 with his scores for THE BROTHERS GRIMM and PRIDE & PREJUDICE, the latter of which received an Academy Award nomination.
In addition to the main award, ATONEMENT picked up two other awards, including Best Original Score for a Drama Film, and Film Music Composition of the Year for Elegy for Dunkirk. ATONEMENT has been one of the soundtrack successes of 2007, winning the Golden Globe for Best Score, receiving Academy Award and BAFTA nominations, and being mentioned by numerous film critics organizations in their annual reviews. ATONEMENT is available on CD from Decca Records.
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Source: Awards Daily