Debbie Wiseman (top), Ed Scolding and Nick Crofts are among the composers to be honoured at the 2016 Music+Sounds Awards.
Wiseman received an award for her composition for ITV programme Wolf Hall, Scolding for his score to the film Mile End and Crofts for the music to the Eagle Vision trailer.
Elsewhere, Peter Raeburn, Luis Almau and Ben Castle received an award for their music to the Lurpak Freestyle broadcast advert, while Simon Smith and Sasha Agranov received an accolade for their score to the short film The Guardian.
The fourth annual International Music+Sound Awards took place in London last week to recognise media composers, sound designers, sync teams and music supervisors.
Once again, the event supported the charity Nordoff Robbins, donating £5 from each entry to the music therapy organisation.
Emma Maguire, managing director of the Music+Sound Awards, said: ‘Our congratulations to all the winners and finalists of 2016’s International Music+Sound Awards. We thank all of our entrants, judges and partners for supporting the 4th International Awards.
‘The winners truly deserve the international acclaim they are receiving. Hearing so much boundary-pushing work from around the world creates such inspiration and raises the bar for all the industries involved.’
Full list of winners:
Best Original Composition in Broadcast Advertising
Peter Raeburn, Luis Almau, Ben Castle at Sountdtree Music for Wieden + Kennedy’s Lurpak Freestyle
Best Original Composition in Online, Viral + Ambient Advertising
Daniele Carmosino at DanCa, for Bose Music is my Language
Best Original Composition in a Feature Film Score
Ed Scolding / W Songs for Mile End
Best Original Composition in a Television Programme Score
Composer, Debbie Wiseman / Company Pictures / Playground Entertainment for Wolf Hall
Best Original Composition in a Short Film Score
Simon Smith + Sasha Agranov at Bcnsound for The Guardian
Best Original Composition in Trailers + Promos
Nick Crofts at Soviet Science Music for the Eagle Vision trailer
Best Original Composition in Branding + Idents
Ivan Llopis at Banjo Music for MOVISTAR+, Madrid’s Idents for TV Channel #0
Best Use of Production Music in Broadcast Advertising
Syd Dale / EMI Production Music / SONY ATV / Menlo Park Music for Wieden & Kennedy London’s Heineken The Chase
Best Use of Production Music in Online, Viral + Ambient Advertising
Adam Saunders + Mark Cousins at Focus Music for adam&eveDDB’s Mulberrry Miracle of Mulberry
Best Use of Production Music in Trailers + Promos
Extreme Music / Blues Saraceno for The Connection Trailer
Best Re-Record or Adaptation in Broadcast Advertising
Leland Music + Aurora for adam&eveDDB London’s John Lewis Christmas 2015 The Man On The Moon – Oasis Half The World Away
Best Re-Record or Adaptation in Online, Viral, Ambient Advertising
Alex Lavery at Pitch & Sync, London for Desperados House Party Plugged – Riton Rinse and Repeat
Best Re-Record or Adaptation in Trailers + Promos
Jonathan Goldstein at GOLDSTEIN for The Voice Raven – Black Betty
Best Sync in Broadcast Advertising
Pete Raeburn at Soundtree Music and Steph Perrin at Felt Music for FCB Inferno’s Sport England – This Girl Can Get Ur Freak On
Best Sync in Online, Viral + Ambient Advertising
Big Sync Music / Jesper Gadeberg for LOLA MullenLowe’s Magnum Be True To Your Pleasure – Mechanical Bride Umbrella
Best Sync in a Feature Film (single scene)
Ninja Tune / Just Isn’t Music for Selma – Fink Yesterday Was Hard On All Of Us
Best Sync in Trailers + Promos
Sam Cryer and Mark Lautman / Intermission Films for the Amy Teaser trailer – Amy Winehouse Back to Black and Cliff Martinez I Drive