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Giacchino Wins IFMCA Awards

Posted by T'Bonz - 02/03/10 at 12:03 pm


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Composer Michael Giacchino, nominated for seven International Film Music Critics Association Awards, walks away with multiple awards for his work on Star Trek XI and Up.

The IFMCA announced a list of winners of its 2009 awards, and Giacchino won four of the seven awards for which he was nominated.

Giacchino020110Giacchino’s nominations were:

  • Film Score of the Year - Star Trek
  • Film Composer of the Year
  • Best Original Score For a Fantasy/Science Fiction Film – Star Trek
  • Best Original Score For an Animated Feature – Up
  • Best Original Score For a Documentary Feature – Earth Days
  • Film Music Composition of the Year – Star Trek (Enterprising Young Men)
  • Best Original Score for Television – Lost (Season 5)

Giacchino won his awards for:

  • Film Score of the Year – Star Trek
  • Film Composer of the Year
  • Best Original Score For a Fantasy/Science Fiction Film – Star Trek
  • Best Original Score For an Animated Feature- Up

The winners for the other three categories in which Giacchino had been nominated but lost are:

  • Best Original Score For a Documentary Feature – Armand Amar for Home
  • Film Music Composition of the Year – Christopher YoungDrag Me To Hell – “Concerto To Hell”
  • Best Original Score for Television – Bear McCrearyBattlestar Galactica (Season 4.5)

Source: Film Music Critics

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