145 Original Film Scores Eligible In 2016 Oscar® Race

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences today announced that 145 scores from eligible feature-length motion pictures released in 2016 are in contention for nominations in the Original Score category for the 89th Academy Awards®.

A Reminder List of works submitted in the Original Score category will be made available with a nominations ballot to all members of the Music Branch, who shall vote in the order of their preference for not more than five achievements. The five achievements receiving the highest number of votes will become the nominations for final voting for the award.86thOscars_Logo

To be eligible, the original score must be a substantial body of music that serves as original dramatic underscoring, and must be written specifically for the motion picture by the submitting composer. Scores diluted by the use of preexisting music, diminished in impact by the predominant use of songs or any music not composed specifically for the film by the submitting composer, or assembled from the music of more than one composer shall not be eligible.

The eligible scores along with their composers are listed below, in alphabetical order by film title:

  • “The Abolitionists,” Tim Jones, composer
  • “Absolutely Fabulous The Movie,” Jake Monaco, composer
  • “The Accountant,” Mark Isham, composer
  • “Alice through the Looking Glass,” Danny Elfman, composer
  • “Allied,” Alan Silvestri, composer
  • “Almost Christmas,” John Paesano, composer
  • “American Pastoral,” Alexandre Desplat, composer
  • “The Angry Birds Movie,” Heitor Pereira, composer
  • “Anthropoid,” Robin Foster, composer
  • “Armenia, My Love,” Silvia Leonetti, composer
  • “Assassin’s Creed,” Jed Kurzel, composer
  • “Autumn Lights,” Hugi Gudmundsson and Hjörtur Ingvi Jóhannsson, composers
  • “The BFG,” John Williams, composer
  • “Believe,” Michael Reola, composer
  • “Ben-Hur,” Marco Beltrami and Buck Sanders, composers
  • “Bilal,” Atli Ӧrvarsson, composer
  • “Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk,” Mychael Danna and Jeff Danna, composers
  • “The Birth of a Nation,” Henry Jackman, composer
  • “Bleed for This,” Julia Holter, composer
  • “The Boss,” Christopher Lennertz, composer
  • “Bridget Jones’s Baby,” Craig Armstrong, composer
  • “The Bronze,” Andrew Feltenstein and John Nau, composers
  • “Captain America: Civil War,” Henry Jackman, composer
  • “The Charnel House,” Todd Haberman, composer
  • “The Choice,” Marcelo Zarvos, composer
  • “Collateral Beauty,” Theodore Shapiro, composer
  • “The Conjuring 2,” Joseph Bishara, composer
  • “Criminal,” Bryan Tyler and Keith Power, composers
  • “Deadpool,” Tom Holkenborg, composer
  • “Deepwater Horizon,” Steve Jablonsky, composer
  • “Denial,” Howard Shore, composer
  • “Doctor Strange,” Michael Giacchino, composer
  • “The Dressmaker,” David Hirschfelder, composer
  • “Eddie the Eagle,” Matthew Margeson, composer
  • “The Edge of Seventeen,” Atli Ӧrvarsson, composer
  • “Elle,” Anne Dudley, composer
  • “Eye in the Sky,” Paul Hepker and Mark Kilian, composers
  • “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” James Newton Howard, composer
  • “Fences,” Marcelo Zarvos, composer
  • “Finding Dory,” Thomas Newman, composer
  • “The First Monday in May,” Ian Hultquist and Sofia Hultquist, composers
  • “Florence Foster Jenkins,” Alexandre Desplat, composer
  • “Floyd Norman: An Animated Life,” Ryan Shore, composer
  • “The Founder,” Carter Burwell, composer
  • “Free State of Jones,” Nicholas Britell, composer
  • “Ghostbusters,” Theodore Shapiro, composer
  • “The Girl on the Train,” Danny Elfman, composer
  • “Gleason,” Dan Romer and Saul Simon MacWilliams, composers
  • “Gold,” Daniel Pemberton, composer
  • “Greater,” Stephen Raynor-Endelman, composer
  • “Hacksaw Ridge,” Rupert Gregson-Williams, composer
  • “Hail, Caesar!,” Carter Burwell, composer
  • “The Handmaiden,” Cho Young-wuk, composer
  • “Hands of Stone,” Angelo Milli, composer
  • “Hell or High Water,” Nick Cave and Warren Ellis, composers
  • “Hidden Figures,” Pharrell Williams and Benjamin Wallfisch, composers
  • “High-Rise,” Clint Mansell, composer
  • “How to Be Single,” Fil Eisler, composer
  • “Hunt for the Wilderpeople,” Lukasz Buda and Samuel Scott, composers
  • “The Huntsman: Winter’s War,” James Newton Howard, composer
  • “Ice Age: Collision Course,” John Debney, composer
  • “Independence Day: Resurgence,” Thomas Wander and Harald Kloser, composers
  • “Indignation,” Jay Wadley, composer
  • “The Invitation,” Theodore Shapiro, composer
  • “Ithaca,” John Mellencamp, composer
  • “Jack Reacher: Never Go Back,” Henry Jackman, composer
  • “Jackie,” Mica Levi, composer
  • “Julieta,” Alberto Iglesias, composer
  • “The Jungle Book,” John Debney, composer
  • “Keeping Up with the Joneses,” Jake Monaco, composer
  • “Kicks,” Brian Reitzell, composer
  • “Krisha,” Brian McOmber, composer
  • “Kubo and the Two Strings,” Dario Marianelli, composer
  • “La La Land,” Justin Hurwitz, composer
  • “Land of Mine,” Sune Martin, composer
  • “Landfill Harmonic,” Michael A. Levine, composer
  • “The Legend of Ben Hall,” Ronnie Minder, composer
  • “The Legend of Tarzan,” Rupert Gregson-Williams, composer
  • “Life, Animated,” Dylan Stark and T. Griffin, composers
  • “The Light between Oceans,” Alexandre Desplat, composer
  • “Lights Out,” Benjamin Wallfisch, composer
  • “Lion,” Dustin O’Halloran and Hauschka, composers
  • “The Little Prince,” Hans Zimmer and Richard Harvey, composers
  • “Live by Night,” Harry Gregson-Williams, composer
  • “Loving,” David Wingo, composer
  • “Maggie’s Plan,” Michael Rohatyn, composer
  • “Me before You,” Craig Armstrong, composer
  • “The Meddler,” Jonathan Sadoff, composer
  • “Midnight Special,” David Wingo, composer
  • “Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates,” Jeff Cardoni, composer
  • “Miracles from Heaven,” Carlo Siliotto, composer
  • “Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children,” Mike Higham and Matthew Margeson, composers
  • “Miss Sloane,” Max Richter, composer
  • “Mr. Church,” Mark Isham, composer
  • “Moana,” Mark Mancina, composer
  • “Money Monster,” Dominic Lewis, composer
  • “The Monkey King 2,” Christopher Young, composer
  • “A Monster Calls,” Fernando Velázquez, composer
  • “Moonlight,” Nicholas Britell, composer
  • “Morgan,” Max Richter, composer
  • “My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2,” Christopher Lennertz, composer
  • “The Neon Demon,” Cliff Martinez, composer
  • “The Nice Guys,” John Ottman, composer
  • “No Letting Go,” Alain Mayrand, composer
  • “Nocturnal Animals,” Abel Korzeniowski, composer
  • “Now You See Me 2,” Brian Tyler, composer
  • “O.J.: Made in America,” Gary Lionelli, composer
  • “Off the Rails,” Steve Gernes and Duncan Thum, composers
  • “The Other Side of the Door,” Joseph Bishara, composer
  • “The Ottoman Lieutenant,” Geoff Zanelli, composer
  • “Ouija: Origin of Evil,” Taylor Stewart and John Andrew Grush, composers
  • “Our Kind of Traitor,” Marcelo Zarvos, composer
  • “Passengers,” Thomas Newman, composer
  • “Paterson,” Carter Logan and Jim Jarmusch, composers
  • “Patriots Day,” Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross, composers
  • “Pelé: Birth of a Legend,” A. R. Rahman, composer
  • “Pete’s Dragon,” Daniel Hart, composer
  • “Po,” Burt Bacharach, composer
  • “Queen of Katwe,” Alex Heffes, composer
  • “Race,” Rachel Portman, composer
  • “The Red Turtle,” Laurent Perez Del Mar, composer
  • “Ride Along 2,” Christopher Lennertz, composer
  • “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” Michael Giacchino, composer
  • “Sausage Party,” Alan Menken and Christopher Lennertz, composers
  • “The Secret Life of Pets,” Alexandre Desplat, composer
  • “Silicon Cowboys,” Ian Hultquist, composer
  • “Sing,” Joby Talbot, composer
  • “Snowtime!,” Eloi Painchaud and Jorane, composers
  • “Southside with You,” Stephen James Taylor, composer
  • “Star Trek Beyond,” Michael Giacchino, composer
  • “Storks,” Mychael Danna and Jeff Danna, composers
  • “Suicide Squad,” Steven Price, composer
  • “Sully,” Christian Jacob, composer
  • “Swiss Army Man,” Andy Hull and Robert McDowell, composers
  • “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows,” Steve Jablonsky, composer
  • “10 Cloverfield Lane,” Bear McCreary, composer
  • “10 Days in a Madhouse,” Jamie Hall, composer
  • “13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi,” Lorne Balfe, composer
  • “Trolls,” Christophe Beck, composer
  • “20th Century Women,” Roger Neill, composer
  • “Warcraft,” Ramin Djawadi, composer
  • “Whiskey Tango Foxtrot,” Nick Urata, composer
  • “X-Men: Apocalypse,” John Ottman, composer
  • “Zoolander 2,” Theodore Shapiro, composer
  • “Zootopia,” Michael Giacchino, composer

Nominations for the 89th Oscars® will be announced on Tuesday, January 24, 2017.

The 89th Oscars will be held on Sunday, February 26, 2017, at the Dolby Theatre® at Hollywood & Highland Center® in Hollywood, and will be televised live on the ABC Television Network at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT. The Oscars also will be televised live in more than 225 countries and territories worldwide.

91 Original Songs Vie For 2016 Oscar®

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences today announced that 91 songs from eligible feature-length motion pictures released in 2016 are in contention for nominations in the Original Song category for the 89th Academy Awards®.

To be eligible, a song must consist of words and music, both of which are original and written specifically for the film. A clearly audible, intelligible, substantive rendition of both lyric and melody must be used in the body of the film or as the first music cue in the end credits.86thOscars_Logo

During the nominations process, all voting members of the Music Branch will receive a Reminder List of works submitted in the category and a compilation of the song clips. Members will be asked to watch the clips and then vote in the order of their preference for not more than five achievements in the category. The five achievements receiving the highest number of votes will become the nominations for final voting for the award. A maximum of two songs may be nominated from any one film. The original songs, along with the motion picture in which each song is featured, are listed below in alphabetical order by film title and song title:

  • “Just Like Fire” from “Alice through the Looking Glass”
  • “Rise” from “American Wrestler: The Wizard”
  • “Friends” from “The Angry Birds Movie”
  • “Flicker” from “Audrie & Daisy”
  • “Seconds” from “Autumn Lights”
  • “A Minute To Breathe” from “Before the Flood”
  • “Glory (Let There Be Peace)” from “Believe”
  • “Mother’s Theme” from “Believe”
  • “Somewhere” from “Believe”
  • “The Only Way Out” from “Ben-Hur”
  • “Still Falling For You” from “Bridget Jones’s Baby”
  • “F That” from “The Bronze”
  • “Torch Pt. 2” from “Citizen Soldier”
  • “Drift And Fall Again” from “Criminal”
  • “Take Me Down” from “Deepwater Horizon”
  • “Land Of All” from “Desierto”
  • “Sad But True (Dreamland Theme)” from “Dreamland”
  • “Angel By The Wings” from “The Eagle Huntress”
  • “Blind Pig” from “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”
  • “One Frame At A Time” from “Floyd Norman: An Animated Life”
  • “I’m Crying” from “Free State of Jones”
  • “Gold” from “Gold”
  • “Champion” from “Hands of Stone”
  • “Dance Rascal, Dance” from “Hello, My Name Is Doris”
  • “I See A Victory” from “Hidden Figures”
  • “Runnin” from “Hidden Figures”
  • “Sixty Charisma Scented Blackbirds” from “How to Let Go of the World and Love All the Things Climate
  • Can’t Change”
  • “My Superstar” from “Ice Age: Collision Course”
  • “Seeing You Around” from “Ithaca”
  • “The Empty Chair” from “Jim: The James Foley Story”
  • “Audition (The Fools Who Dream)” from “La La Land”
  • “City Of Stars” from “La La Land”
  • “Start A Fire” from “La La Land”
  • “Cateura Vamos A Soñar (We Will Dream)” from “Landfill Harmonic”
  • “Better Love” from “The Legend of Tarzan”
  • “Never Give Up” from “Lion”
  • “Equation” from “The Little Prince”
  • “Turnaround” from “The Little Prince”
  • “Moonshine” from “Live By Night”
  • “Loving” from “Loving”
  • “Hurry Home” from “Max Rose”
  • “Gone 2015” from “Miles Ahead”
  • “Wish That You Were Here” from “Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children”
  • “I’m Still Here” from “Miss Sharon Jones!”
  • “How Far I’ll Go” from “Moana”
  • “We Know The Way” from “Moana”
  • “Even More Mine” from “My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2”
  • “Waving Goodbye” from “The Neon Demon”
  • “I’m Back” from “Never Surrender”
  • “Find My Victory” from “Olympic Pride, American Prejudice”
  • “On Ghost Ridge” from “100 Years: One Woman’s Fight for Justice”
  • “Ordinary World” from “Ordinary World”
  • “Devil’s Girl” from “Outlaws and Angels”
  • “Levitate” from “Passengers”
  • “Ginga” from “Pelé: Birth of a Legend”
  • “Nobody Knows” from “Pete’s Dragon”
  • “Something Wild” from “Pete’s Dragon”
  • “Dancing With Your Shadow” from “Po”
  • “I’m So Humble” from “Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping”
  • “Stay Here” from “Presenting Princess Shaw”
  • “Celebrate Life” from “Queen Mimi”
  • “Back To Life” from “Queen of Katwe”
  • “Let The Games Begin” from “Race”
  • “Think About It” from “The Red Pill”
  • “The Rules Don’t Apply” from “Rules Don’t Apply”
  • “The Great Beyond” from “Sausage Party”
  • “Faith” from “Sing”
  • “Set It All Free” from “Sing”
  • “Drive It Like You Stole It” from “Sing Street”
  • “Go Now” from “Sing Street”
  • “The Veil” from “Snowden”
  • “Hymn” from “Snowtime!”
  • “Kiss Me Goodnight” from “Southwest of Salem: The Story of the San Antonio Four”
  • “Holdin’ Out” from “Storks”
  • “Heathens” from “Suicide Squad”
  • “Flying Home” from “Sully”
  • “Montage” from “Swiss Army Man”
  • “Petit Metier” from “They Will Have to Kill Us First – Malian Music in Exile”
  • “Letter To The Free” from “13th”
  • “Down With Mary” from “Too Late”
  • “Can’t Stop The Feeling” from “Trolls”
  • “Get Back Up Again” from “Trolls”
  • “Smile” from “The Uncondemned”
  • “We Will Rise” from “Veeram-Macbeth”
  • “LA Venus” from “We Are X”
  • “New Dogs, Old Tricks” from “What Happened Last Night”
  • “Runnin’ Runnin'” from “What Happened Last Night”
  • “What’s Happening Today” from “What Happened Last Night”
  • “Who I Am” from “What Happened Last Night”
  • “The Ballad Of Wiener-Dog” from “Wiener-Dog”
  • “Try Everything” from “Zootopia”

Nominations for the 89th Oscars® will be announced on Tuesday, January 24, 2017.

The 89th Oscars will be held on Sunday, February 26, 2017, at the Dolby Theatre® at Hollywood & Highland Center® in Hollywood, and will be televised live on the ABC Television Network at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT. The Oscars also will be televised live in more than 225 countries and territories worldwide.