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114 bandas sonoras competirán por el Oscar

By Javier Escartín Gómez - 13 de diciembre de 2013 7 Comments

La Academia de Hollywood ha dado a conocer hoy la lista de trabajos elegibles para participar en la categoría de mejor banda sonora. En total, son 114, aunque sólo cinco alcanzarán la nominación el próximo 16 de enero durante el tradicional anuncio de candidatos al Oscar. Como ya señalamos ayer, el trabajo de Mark Orton para "Nebraska" es inelegible ya que la mayoría de las piezas no están escritas especifícamente para la película, requisito fundamental de la rama musical de la Academia. El resto de favoritas, así como las nominadas hoy a los Globos de Oro, sí están en la lista: 

      "Admission," Stephen Trask, composer
      "Ain't Them Bodies Saints," Daniel Hart, composer
      "All Is Lost," Alex Ebert, composer
      "Alone Yet Not Alone," William Ross, composer
      "The Armstrong Lie," David Kahne, composer
      "Arthur Newman," Nick Urata, composer
      "At Any Price," Dickon Hinchliffe, composer
      "Austenland," Ilan Eshkeri, composer
      "Before Midnight," Graham Reynolds, composer
      "The Best Man Holiday," Stanley Clarke, composer
      "The Book Thief," John Williams, composer
      "The Butterfly's Dream," Rahman Altin, composer
      "The Call," John Debney, composer
      "Captain Phillips," Henry Jackman, composer
      "Closed Circuit," Joby Talbot, composer
      "The Company You Keep," Cliff Martinez, composer
      "The Conjuring," Joseph Bishara, composer
      "Copperhead," Laurent Eyquem, composer
      "The Counselor," Daniel Pemberton, composer
      "The Croods," Alan Silvestri, composer
      "Despicable Me 2," Heitor Pereira, composer
      "Elysium," Ryan Amon, composer
      "Ender's Game," Steve Jablonsky, composer
      "Enough Said," Marcelo Zarvos, composer
      "Epic," Danny Elfman, composer
      "Ernest & Celestine," Vincent Courtois, composer
      "Escape from Planet Earth," Aaron Zigman, composer
      "Escape from Tomorrow," Abel Korzeniowski, composer
      "Evil Dead," Roque Baños, composer
      "47 Ronin," Ilan Eshkeri, composer
      "42," Mark Isham, composer
      "Free Birds," Dominic Lewis, composer
      "Free China: The Courage to Believe," Tony Chen, composer
      "Fruitvale Station," Ludwig Goransson, composer
      "G.I. Joe: Retaliation," Henry Jackman, composer
      "Gangster Squad," Steve Jablonsky, composer
      "Gravity," Steven Price, composer
      "The Great Gatsby," Craig Armstrong, composer
      "The Hangover Part III," Christophe Beck, composer
      "Hansel & Gretel Witch Hunters," Atli Örvarsson, composer
      "Haute Cuisine," Gabriel Yared, composer
      "Her," William Butler and Owen Pallett, composers
      "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug," Howard Shore, composer
      "Hollywood Seagull," Evgeny Shchukin, composer
      "Hours," Benjamin Wallfisch, composer
      "How Sweet It Is," Matt Dahan, composer
      "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire," James Newton Howard, composer
      "Identity Thief," Christopher Lennertz, composer
      "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone," Lyle Workman, composer
      "Insidious: Chapter 2," Joseph Bishara, composer
      "Instructions Not Included," Carlo Siliotto, composer
      "The Internship," Christophe Beck, composer
      "The Invisible Woman," Ilan Eshkeri, composer
      "Iron Man 3," Brian Tyler, composer
      "Jack the Giant Slayer," John Ottman, composer
      "Jobs," John Debney, composer
      "Kamasutra 3D," Sreejith Edavana and Saachin Raj Chelory, composers
      "Labor Day," Rolfe Kent, composer
      "Lee Daniels' The Butler," Rodrigo Leão, composer
      "Live at the Foxes Den," Jack Holmes, composer
      "Love Is All You Need," Johan Söderqvist, composer
      "Mama," Fernando Velázquez, composer
      "Man of Steel," Hans Zimmer, composer
      "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom," Alex Heffes, composer
      "The Missing Picture," Marc Marder, composer
      "Monsters University," Randy Newman, composer
      "The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones," Atli Örvarsson, composer
      "Mud," David Wingo, composer
      "Murph: The Protector," Chris Irwin and Jeff Widenhofer, composers
      "Now You See Me," Brian Tyler, composer
      "Oblivion," Anthony Gonzalez and Joseph Trapanese, composers
      "Oldboy," Roque Baños, composer
      "Olympus Has Fallen," Trevor Morris, composer
      "Oz The Great and Powerful," Danny Elfman, composer
      "Pacific Rim," Ramin Djawadi, composer
      "Pain & Gain," Steve Jablonsky, composer
      "Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters," Andrew Lockington, composer
      "Philomena," Alexandre Desplat, composer
      "The Place beyond the Pines," Mike Patton, composer
      "Planes," Mark Mancina, composer
      "Prisoners," Jóhann Jóhannsson, composer
      "R.I.P.D.," Christophe Beck, composer
      "Reaching for the Moon," Marcelo Zarvos, composer
      "Romeo & Juliet," Abel Korzeniowski, composer
      "Runner Runner," Christophe Beck, composer
      "Rush," Hans Zimmer, composer
      "Safe Haven," Deborah Lurie, composer
      "Salinger," Lorne Balfe, composer
      "Saving Mr. Banks," Thomas Newman, composer
      "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty," Theodore Shapiro, composer
      "Short Term 12," Joel P. West, composer
      "Side Effects," Thomas Newman, composer
      "The Smurfs 2," Heitor Pereira, composer
      "The Spectacular Now," Rob Simonsen, composer
      "Star Trek Into Darkness," Michael Giacchino, composer
      "Stoker," Clint Mansell, composer
      "Thor: The Dark World," Brian Tyler, composer
      "Tim's Vermeer," Conrad Pope, composer
      "Trance," Rick Smith, composer
      "Turbo," Henry Jackman, composer
      "12 Years a Slave," Hans Zimmer, composer
      "2 Guns," Clinton Shorter, composer
      "The Ultimate Life," Mark McKenzie, composer
      "Unfinished Song," Laura Rossi, composer
      "Wadjda," Max Richter, composer
      "Walking with Dinosaurs," Paul Leonard-Morgan, composer
      "Warm Bodies," Marco Beltrami and Buck Sanders, composers
      "We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks," Will Bates, composer
      "We're the Millers," Theodore Shapiro and Ludwig Goransson, composers
      "What Maisie Knew," Nick Urata, composer
      "Why We Ride," Steven Gutheinz, composer
      "The Wind Rises," Joe Hisaishi, composer
      "Winnie Mandela," Laurent Eyquem, composer
      "The Wolverine," Marco Beltrami, composer

7 comentarios to ''114 bandas sonoras competirán por el Oscar"

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  1. "Frozen" no ha sido preseleccionada en la categoría porque tiene muchas canciones, ¿verdad?

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  2. Roque Baños tiene dos películas en la lista: "Evil Dead" y "Oldboy"; y Fernando Velázquez una: "Mamá".

    No creo que ninguno de los dos logre nominación pero es bueno ver a compositores españoles trabajando de forma asidua en EEUU.

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  3. Me da gusto ver en la lista a 'Her', que por un momento dudé de su preselección. Curioso ver que Craig Amstrong pasó el corte por adaptar instrumentalmente 'Young And Beautiful', o sea, la mayor parte de la musica de Gatsby es basada en canciones, y eso es motivo de descalificación.

    ¿Hay una pelicula llamada 'Kamasutra 3D? Jahajajahajajaja

    Personalmente, este año me ha parecido bastante pobre la calidad de la mayoría de los scores. Mejor suerte y mejor elaborados han tenido los soundtracks, como Llewyn Davis, Gatsby, Spring Breakers, entre varios.

    Mi predicción:
    *12 Years a Slave
    *The Book Thief
    *Gravity
    *Her
    *Saving Mr Banks

    Los que yo eligiría
    *All is Lost
    *The Counselor
    *Escape From Tomorrow
    *Gravity
    *Rush

    Espero que en 2014 estrenen en EE.UU 'La Mejor Oferta', para que El Maestro Morricone pateé el trasero de los demás, y reciba, increiblemente, su primer Oscar (el honorifico no vale)



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  4. La verdad, en mi opinion "Catching Fire" deberia estar nominada en esta categoria y en otras cuantas (Canción, Vestuario) pero siendo una pelicula de su naturaleza quien sabe si la valorarán

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  5. Oblivion tiene una de las bandas sonoras que más me han gustado

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  6. Tenía que estar Joe Hisaishi (The Wind Rises), las demás peliculas animadas son una porqueria como casi todas las ultimas peliculas que vienen de hollywood.

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