Lakeshore Records is proud to represent the albums to six Academy Award®-nominated films this year! With a total of 11 nominations including two Best Picture nominations, two Best Documentary nominations and one Best Animated Feature nomination, we celebrate these Oscar-nominated films scored by critically-acclaimed composers Carter Burwell (Anomalisa), Michael Brook (Brooklyn), H. Scott Salinas & Jackson Greenberg (Cartel Land), Stephen Rennicks (Room), Theodore Shapiro (Trumbo) and Jasha Klebe (Winter On Fire). Congratulations to all the nominees this year! See the full list at Hollywood Reporter.
The score and sound design are incredible and truly heighten the scary moments. – The Film Experience
The Canal, starring Rupert Evans (The Boy, The Man In The High Castle, Hellboy) has been named “Among 10 Horror Films Worth Watching On Netflix” by Nothing Uncut. Written and directed by Ivan Kavanagh, The Canal movie is described as a “polished indie psycho-thriller full of macabre twists and nerve-snapping tension” by Stephen Dalton of the Hollywood Reporter. With the score by Ceiri Torjussen (Test, Underworld: Evolution, Hellboy) released by Lakeshore Records, THE CANAL makes for a great scary movie night feature film!
The Orchard presents THE CANAL, now streaming on Netflix.
Lakeshore Records sat down with Theodore Shapiro, composer of Trumbo, the Academy Award®- and Golden-Globe®-nominated film about Dalton Trumbo, the celebrated Hollywood screenwriter whose principled refusal to name names to the House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC) earned him 13 years in purgatory as a blacklisted writer.
Theodore talks about his collaboration with Trumbo director Jay Roach and how important it was to preserve the legacy and spirit of Dalton Trumbo through various aspects of scoring the film. “Orchestra for Trumbo was 41 players: it was 31 strings plus brass, piano and harp… It was really critically important that we do this through the union and support our local musicians who are so incredible.” Hear the interview on Soundcloud below.
Bleecker Street presents TRUMBO, now playing in theaters (find a theater).
Grandma Soundtrack Is Out Now On Lakeshore Records! Download Here: [iTunes]
It’s a Tomlin tour de force. – Peter Travers, Rolling Stone
The music is lyrical and beautiful… The best part is though that this is so enjoyable, and not just for me. This is simply great music.” –Soundtrack Geek
Directed by Paul Weitz, Golden Globe®-nominated film, Grandma, is now available on Blu-ray (get it here) and Digital (rent it on iTunes). “Lily Tomlin adds heart, soul, and, naturally, tons of comedy.” (Brian Moylan, The Guardian). Add Grandma (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) to your Golden Globes® soundtrack collection! The album features score by Joel P West (About Alex, I Am Not A Hipster) and tracks by his bands, The Flood Coats and The Tree Ring.
Sony Picture Classics present Grandma, available now on Blu-ray (get it here) and Digital.
Anomalisa Soundtrack Is Out Now On Lakeshore Records! Download Here: [iTunes]
Burwell has experience in capturing the nuances of Kaufman’s brainchild from “Being John Malkovich” and from the very beginning of the score I get sucked back into that unique universe with sarcastic string motifs and a noir sound that’s very alluring… – Soundtrack Dreams
Carter Burwell‘s score to Golden Globe®- and Academy Award®-nominated Anomalisa film is now available on CD! Own your own copy of the soundtrack and get it in time for your Oscar viewing party on February 28! If you haven’t had a chance to listen to the score, read further to hear the album preview.
Directed by Charlie Kaufman and Duke Johnson, Anomalisa was originally conceived as a one-act play over 10 years ago, when composer Carter Burwell approached The Coen Brothers and Charlie Kaufman with the idea of working on a non-film project.
Paramount Pictures presents ANOMALISA, now playing in theaters.
Lakeshore Records will release Fall Of Gods – She Is Gone (Original Book Score) digitally on February 19 and on CD February 26, 2016. The album features the original score by François Jolin (The Genex, Winnetou, Hard Right) and the original track “The Call” co-written with, and featuring, Delhia de France.