Annal: 2007 Anthony Asquith Award for Achievement in Film Music

Results of the Anthony Asquith Award in the year 2007.

Album:Babel: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Babel: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Gustavo Santaolalla

This soundtrack takes us on a journey with no beginning or end, with music that illuminates the film as well as the creative process behind it. “Gustavo found the musical and spiritual DNA of the film playing the oud with his sensitive fingertips, producing the mesmerizing sounds of the scored tracks in these CDs,” Babel director Alejandro González Iñárritu says. “I hope when you listen you can feel the distant winds of the planet caressing your skin.”

Album:Casino Royale: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Casino Royale: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

David Arnold

Bond is back with a sensational score to match one of the most highly anticipated and thrilling films of the year, in the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack for Casino Royale. This amazing soundtrack is composed by Grammy Award&reg-winning composer David Arnold, who has worked on soundtracks for films such as Independence Day, Tomorrow Never Dies, The World Is Not Enough, Godzilla, etc.

Album:Dreamgirls: Music from the Motion Picture

Dreamgirls: Music from the Motion Picture

Henry Krieger

The most highly-anticipated movie of the season also features the most highly-anticipated soundtrack of the year. With an outstanding cast comprised of the talents of singer-songwriter-actress Beyoncé Knowles, Jamie Foxx, Eddie Murphy, and rising star Jennifer Hudson, the soundtrack to Dreamgirls more than surpasses fans’ expectations. Soundtrack includes the critically-acclaimed hit song “Listen.”

Album:Happy Feet: Original Score

Happy Feet: Original Score

John Powell

Soundtrack to a comedy adventure—Happy Feet is set deep in Antarctica. Into the land of the Emperor Penguins where each needs a heart song to attract a sould mate, a penguin is born who cannot sing. Our hero Mumble, son of Memphis and Norma Jean, is the worst singer in the world…however, as it happens, he is a brilliant tap dancer!

Album:The Queen: Music from the Motion Picture

The Queen: Music from the Motion Picture

Alexandre Desplat

The Queen is an intimate behind the scenes glimpse at the interaction between HM Elizabeth II and Prime Minister Tony Blair during their struggle to reach a compromise between what was a private tragedy for the Royal family and the public's demand for an overt display of mourning. The film and soundtrack feature “Libera Me” by Verdi from Princess Diana's funeral. The score is composed by renowned Alexandre Desplat, multi-Golden Globe nominated composer of over 50 critically acclaimed films.

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