Chicago Film Critics Association Award for Best Original Score

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Canadian composer Howard Shore has received the most wins (3) from 6 nominations.

The Chicago Film Critics Association Award for Best Original Score is one of several categories presented by the Chicago Film Critics Association (CFCA), an association of professional film critics, who work in print, broadcast and online media, based in Chicago.[1] Since the 6th Chicago Film Critics Association Awards (1993), the award has been presented annually.[2] The nominations from 1993, 1994 and 2004 are not available. The first Chicago Film Critics Association Award for Best Original Score went to composer Michael Nyman for his score to The Piano.[3] The most recent recipient of this award is Nicholas Britell for the film If Beale Street Could Talk.[4]

French film composer Alexandre Desplat has the most nominations (10), but he has yet to win the award. Howard Shore has the most wins (3) from 6 nominations. Hans Zimmer has 9 nominations, which have resulted in 1 win. English musician Clint Mansell has 2 wins from 2 nominations, as does Mica Levi. Other notable achievers are Carter Burwell (4 nominations, 1 win), James Horner (4 nominations, 1 win), and Randy Newman (3 nominations, 1 win). Several composers have been nominated multiple times, but never received the award, including Danny Elfman, Philip Glass and Elliot Goldenthal.

The 12th Chicago Film Critics Association Awards (1999) saw the first two female composers, Jocelyn Pook and Rachel Portman, nominated for the award. In 2007, Markéta Irglová became the first female musician to win the award, along with Glen Hansard, for their work on Once. James Newton Howard became the first composer to receive multiple nominations at the 18th Chicago Film Critics Association Awards. He was nominated for his work on King Kong and his collaboration with Zimmer on Batman Begins. At the 25th Chicago Film Critics Association Awards (2012), Desplat received nominations for his scores to Argo, Moonrise Kingdom and Zero Dark Thirty, the first time a composer has been nominated three times in one year.[5]

Winners and nominees

1990s

Year Film Composer(s) Ref.
1993 The Piano Michael Nyman [6]
1994 The Lion King Hans Zimmer [7]
1995 Toy Story Randy Newman [8]
Apollo 13 James Horner [9]
Get Shorty John Lurie [9]
Heat Elliot Goldenthal [9]
The Secret of Roan Inish Mason Daring [9]
1996 Fargo Carter Burwell [10]
Dead Man Neil Young [11]
James and the Giant Peach Randy Newman [11]
Michael Collins Elliot Goldenthal [11]
That Thing You Do! Howard Shore [11]
1997 Titanic James Horner [12]
Gattaca Michael Nyman [13]
Kundun Philip Glass [13]
L.A. Confidential Jerry Goldsmith [13]
The Sweet Hereafter Mychael Danna [13]
1998 The Truman Show Burkhard Dallwitz [14]
A Bug's Life Randy Newman [15]
The Butcher Boy Elliot Goldenthal [15]
Elizabeth David Hirschfelder [15]
A Simple Plan Danny Elfman [15]
1999 South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut Trey Parker and Marc Shaiman [16]
The Cider House Rules Rachel Portman [17]
Eyes Wide Shut Jocelyn Pook [17]
The Red Violin John Corigliano [17]
Run Lola Run Tom Tykuer, Johnny Klimek and Rheinhold Heil [17]

2000s

Year Film Composer(s) Ref.
2000 Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon Tan Dun [18]
Dancer in the Dark Björk [19]
Gladiator Hans Zimmer and Lisa Gerrard [19]
O Brother, Where Art Thou? T-Bone Burnett [19]
The Virgin Suicides Jean-Benoît Dunckel and Nicolas Godin [19]
2001 The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring Howard Shore [20]
A.I. Artificial Intelligence John Williams [21]
A Beautiful Mind James Horner [21]
In the Mood for Love Michael Galasso and Shigeru Umebayashi [21]
Mulholland Drive Angelo Badalamenti [21]
2002 Far from Heaven Elmer Bernstein [22]
The Hours Philip Glass [23]
The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers Howard Shore [23]
Punch-Drunk Love Jon Brion [23]
Spirited Away Joe Hisaishi [23]
2003 The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King Howard Shore [24]
Big Fish Danny Elfman [25]
Cold Mountain Gabriel Yared [25]
The Fog of War Philip Glass [25]
The Triplets of Belleville Benoît Charest [25]
2004 The Aviator Howard Shore [26]
2005 Brokeback Mountain Gustavo Santaolalla [27]
Batman Begins Hans Zimmer and James Newton Howard [28]
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Danny Elfman [28]
King Kong James Newton Howard [28]
Memoirs of a Geisha John Williams [28]
2006 The Fountain Clint Mansell [29]
Babel Gustavo Santaolalla [30]
Letters from Iwo Jima Kyle Eastwood and Michael Stevens [30]
Notes on a Scandal Philip Glass [30]
The Queen Alexandre Desplat [30]
2007 Once Glen Hansard and Markéta Irglová [31]
The Assassination of Jesse James Nick Cave and Warren Ellis [32]
Atonement Dario Marianelli [32]
Lust, Caution Alexandre Desplat [32]
There Will Be Blood Jonny Greenwood [32]
2008 WALL-E Thomas Newman [33]
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button Alexandre Desplat [34]
The Dark Knight Hans Zimmer and James Newton Howard [34]
Milk Danny Elfman [34]
Slumdog Millionaire A. R. Rahman [34]
2009 Up Michael Giacchino [35]
Avatar James Horner [36]
Fantastic Mr. Fox Alexandre Desplat [36]
The Informant! Marvin Hamlisch [36]
Where the Wild Things Are Carter Burwell and Karen O [36]

2010s

Year Film Composer(s) Ref.
2010 Black Swan Clint Mansell [37]
I Am Love John Adams [38]
Inception Hans Zimmer [38]
The Social Network Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross [38]
True Grit Carter Burwell [38]
2011 Drive Cliff Martinez [39]
The Artist Ludovic Bource [39]
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross [39]
Hanna The Chemical Brothers [39]
Hugo Howard Shore [39]
2012 The Master Jonny Greenwood [5]
Argo Alexandre Desplat [5]
Beasts of the Southern Wild Dan Romer and Benh Zeitlin [5]
Moonrise Kingdom Alexandre Desplat [5]
Zero Dark Thirty Alexandre Desplat [5]
2013 Her Arcade Fire [40]
Blancanieves Alfonso de Vilallonga [41]
Gravity Steven Price [41]
Spring Breakers Cliff Martinez and Skrillex [41]
12 Years a Slave Hans Zimmer [41]
2014 Under the Skin Mica Levi [42]
Birdman Antonio Sánchez [43]
The Grand Budapest Hotel Alexandre Desplat [43]
The Imitation Game Alexandre Desplat [43]
Interstellar Hans Zimmer [43]
2015 The Hateful Eight Ennio Morricone [44]
Carol Carter Burwell [45]
Inside Out Michael Giacchino [45]
It Follows Disasterpeace [45]
Mad Max: Fury Road Junkie XL [45]
2016 Jackie Mica Levi [46]
Arrival Jóhann Jóhannsson [47]
La La Land Justin Hurwitz [47]
Moonlight Nicholas Britell [47]
The Neon Demon Cliff Martinez [47]
2017 Phantom Thread Jonny Greenwood [48]
Blade Runner 2049 Benjamin Wallfisch and Hans Zimmer [49]
Dunkirk Hans Zimmer [49]
The Shape of Water Alexandre Desplat [49]
War for the Planet of the Apes Michael Giacchino [49]
2018 If Beale Street Could Talk Nicholas Britell [4]
First Man Justin Hurwitz [50]
Mandy Jóhann Jóhannsson [50]
Suspiria Thom Yorke [50]
You Were Never Really Here Jonny Greenwood [50]

References

General

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  • "Chicago Film Critics Awards – 1998–2007". Chicago Film Critics Association. Archived from the original on April 16, 2015. Retrieved December 11, 2011.

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