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26 August 2015 à 18:44

Two French composers nominated for World Soundtrack Awards

Two French composers, Alexandre Desplat and Bruno Coulais, are in the running for the supreme title of Film Composer of the Year, alongside Jóhann Jóhannsson, Hans Zimmer,and Michael Giacchino.

Bruno Coulais and Alexandre Desplat, probably the two most well known contemporary French film composers in the world, are among the five finalists nominated for the supreme award, Film Composer of the Year.

Bruno Coulais and Alexandre Desplat, probably the two most well known contemporary French film composers in the world, are among the five finalists nominated for the supreme award, Film Composer of the Year.

Bruno Coulais has been nominated for the scores for the following films:  Song of the Sea, Gemma Bovery, 3 Hearts, Mune, Diary of a Chambermaid, and Masaan.

Alexandre Desplat (who received an Oscar for The Grand Budapest Hotel and has been nominated seven times) can pride himself on having composed the scores for Invicible, The Imitation Game, Every Thing Will Be Fine, and Tale of Tales.

The Awards Ceremony of the World Soundtrack Awards will take place on Saturday 24 October at the Kuipke in Ghent, during the Ghent International Film Festival.

The festival's website.

Author : Communications

Latest update : 02 September 2015 à 18:44 CEST

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