European Film Award for Best Composer

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The European Film Award for Best Composer

Winners and nominees 1988–1992[edit]

Year Composer(s) English title Original title
1988 Special Jury Award for Best Music
Soviet Union Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic Yuri Khanon Days of Eclipse [1] Dni zatmenia
nomination for Special Aspect Award
United Kingdom Terence Davies Distant Voices, Still Lives [2]
1989 United Kingdom Andrew Dickson High Hopes
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Goran Bregovic Kuduz
Hungary Ferenc Darvas The Midas Touch Eldorádó
Poland Michał Lorenc 300 Miles to Heaven 300 mil do nieba
West Germany Maggie Parke
West Germany Gast Waltzing
A Wopbopaloobop A Lopbamboom
1990 no award given
France Jean-Luc Godard New Wave Nouvelle Vague
France Jean-Claude Petit Cyrano de Bergerac Cyrano de Bergerac
Germany Jürgen Knieper December Bride Dezemberbraut
1991 Iceland Hilmar Örn Hilmarsson Children of Nature Börn náttúrunnar [3]
1992 Netherlands Vincent van Warmerdam The Northerners De Noorderlingen [4]

Winners and nominees 2004–2010[edit]

Year Composer(s) English title Original title
2004 France Bruno Coulais The Chorus Les Choristes
France Alexandre Desplat Girl with a Pearl Earring
United Kingdom The Free Association Code 46
Spain Alberto Iglesias Bad Education & Take My Eyes La mala educación + Te doy mis ojos
Greece Eleni Karaindrou Trilogia: To livadi pou dakrizei
Denmark Stephen Warbeck The Alzheimer Case De Zaak Alzheimer
2005 United Kingdom Rupert Gregson-Williams
Italy Andrea Guerra
Hotel Rwanda
Denmark Joachim Holbek Manderlay Manderlay
Israel Cyril Morin The Syrian Bride Ha-Kala Ha-Surit
Italy Ennio Morricone Fateless Sorstanság
Sweden Stefan Nilsson As It Is in Heaven Så som i himmelen
Denmark Johan Söderqvist Brothers Brødre
2006 Spain Alberto Iglesias To Return Volver
Finland Tuomas Kantelinen Mother of Mine Äideistä parhain
Italy Dario Marianelli Pride & Prejudice Orgueil et Préjugés
Lebanon France Gabriel Yared
Germany Stéphane Moucha
The Lives of Others Das Leben der Anderen
2007 France Alexandre Desplat The Queen
United Kingdom Alex Heffes The Last King of Scotland
Serbia Dejan Pejović Guča! Гуча!
Germany Tom Tykwer
Australia Johnny Klimek
Germany Reinhold Heil
Perfume: The Story of a Murderer Das Parfum – Die Geschichte eines Mörders
2008 United Kingdom Max Richter Waltz with Bashir ואלס עם באשיר
Belgium Tuur Florizoone Moscow, Belgium Aanrijding in Moscou
Italy Dario Marianelli Atonement
Spain Fernando Velázquez The Orphanage El orfanato
2009 Spain Alberto Iglesias Broken Embraces Los abrazos rotos
France Alexandre Desplat Coco avant Chanel Coco avant Chanel
Denmark Jacob Groth The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Män som hatar kvinnor
Sweden Johan Söderqvist Let the Right One In Låt den rätte komma in
2010 France Alexandre Desplat The Ghost Writer [5] Der Ghostwriter
Czech Republic Ales Brezina Kawasaki's Rose Kawasakiho růže
Italy Pasquale Catalano Loose Cannons Mine vaganti
United Kingdom Gary Yershon Another Year

Winners and nominees 2011–2020[edit]

Year Composer(s) English title Original title
2011 France Ludovic Bource[6] The Artist L'Artiste
France Alexandre Desplat The King's Speech
Spain Alberto Iglesias The Skin I Live In La piel que habito
Hungary Mihály Vig The Turin Horse A torinói ló
2012 Spain Alberto Iglesias Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
United Kingdom George Fenton The Angels' Share
France François Couturier Shun Li and the Poet Io sono Li
France Cyrille Aufort
Lebanon France Gabriel Yared
A Royal Affair En kongelig affære
2013 Italy Ennio Morricone The Best Offer La migliore offerta
2014 United Kingdom Mica Levi Under the Skin
2015 Cat's Eyes:
United Kingdom Faris Badwan
United Kingdom Rachel Zeffira
The Duke of Burgundy
2016 Russia Ilya Demutsky The Student Ученик
2017 Russia FranceEvgueni Galperine
Russia FranceSacha Galperine
Loveless Нелюбовь
2018 Germany Christoph M. Kaiser
Germany Julian Maas
3 Days in Quiberon 3 Tage in Quiberon

References[edit]

  1. ^ "European Film Academy : Home". europeanfilmacademy.org.
  2. ^ "European Film Awards (1988)". imdb.com.
  3. ^ "European Film Awards (1988)". imdb.com.
  4. ^ "European Film Academy : Home". europeanfilmacademy.org.
  5. ^ "The Winners". europeanfilmacademy.org. European Film Academy. 2010-12-04.
  6. ^ "The Winners-2011". europeanfilmacademy.org. European Film Academy. 2011-12-04.

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