Tuesday, 09 December 2014 00:00

Billboard: L.A. Film Critics Awards: Jonny Greenwood & Mica Levi Tie in Best Music Score Category

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The Los Angeles Film Critics Association met on December 7 to vote for their annual awards.

That afternoon it announced that Jonny Greenwood (Inherent Vice) and Mica Levi (Under the Skin) tied for best music score. This is the only tie of the year following three ties last year in the best picture (Gravity and Her), best actress (Blue Is the Warmest Color’s Adele Exarchopoulos and Blue Jasmine’s Cate Blanchett) and best supporting actor (James Franco and Dallas Buyer Club’s Jared Leto) categories.

Billboard notes that most LAFCA best picture winners have gone on to be Oscar contenders, and all best director winners have done so.

LAFCA announced that actress Gena Rowlands and former LAFCA president Leonard Martin will be honored at the LAFCA’s dinner on January 10 at the InterContinental Hotel in Century City.

The New York Film Critics Circle also announced their choice for best use of music, naming music supervisor Budd Carr and composer Thomas Newman victorious for their work on Get On Up - The James Brown Story. Johnny Greenwood scooped up a second award for best use of music in a film for Inherent Vice from the Boston Society of Film Critics. 

To see a full list of winners from each association click the links below:

Boston Society of Film Critics

New York Film Critics Circle

Los Angeles Film Critics Association

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