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iLL Manors wins film music prize

British crime drama iLL Manors has picked up the best film score prize at the Music+Sound Awards.

At the ceremony in London, the film directed by Ben Drew (aka Plan B) beat competition from Brave, Snow White and the Huntsman, Ted and Moonrise Kingdom.

Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom did pick up a prize later for Best Sync for a Film Soundtrack.

The ceremony was hosted by comedian Tom Webb and featured entertainment by Duologue and The Heavy, who recently sound tracked various films including the trailers for Ted, The Fighter and 21 Jump Street.

The Music+Sound Awards are the first of its kind, featuring categories to include the widest possible use of music and sound in visual media. Entries range from television and cinema commercials to advertising, branding and title sequence as well as feature films and computer games.

Full list of winners

BEST COMPOSITION

The Factory Studios Award for Best Composition in TV Advertising
The Guardian, “Three Little Pigs” (Woodwork Music, Phil Kay and BBH)

Best Composition - Cinema Ads
Pearl & Dean, “Doomed Planet” (Nick Samuel and BETC London)

Best Composition - Non Broadcast & Viral Advertising
Hoss Intropia, “Make Your Own Rhythm feat. Florrie” (RSA Films, Erik Olsson & Christian Larson [Red Pipe])

Best Composition - Trailers & Promos
BBC 2012, “Stadium UK” (Warner Chappell & RKCR/Y&R and Elbow)

Best Compostion - Titles & Branding
Downton Abbey Series 3 (Carnival Films and John Lunn)

Best Compostion - Film Score
iLL Manors (Universal Music Publishing and Plan B & Al Shux)

The PRS For Music Award for Best Composition in a Television Programme
Sherlock Series 2 (Hothouse Music and David Arnold & Michael Price)

Best Composition - Gaming
Journey (Sony Computer Entertainment and Austin Wintory)

BEST SOUND DESIGN

The Siren Award for Best Sound Design in Television Advertising
GlaxoSmithKline, “The Crowd Is My Only Drug” (Factory Studios, Anthony Moore & Jon Clarke and TBWA London)

The Jungle Group Award for Best Sound Design in Cinema Advertising
Vogue Italia, “Get Richard” (750mph and Sam Ashwell)

Best Sound Design - Non-Broadcast & Viral Advertising
Radio Soulwax, ‘Machine’ (Rogue Films and Alex Grossman)

Best Sound Design - Trailers & Promos
Channel 4, “Meet The Superhumans” (Envy Post Production and Rich Martin)

Best Sound Design - Titles & Branding
Honda Channel 4 Idents, “The More We Look, The More We Learn” (Factory Studios, Daniel Beckwith and Wieden+Kennedy)

Best Sound Design - TV Programme
The Hollow Crown (Goldcrest Post and Antony Bayman, Sue Harding, Adam Horley, Rob Humpage, Ben Norrington, Julien Pirrie, Adrian Rhodes, Philip Syversten, Christopher Wilson)

The Wave Studios Award for Best Sound Design in Gaming
Battlefield 3 (EA Digital Illusions CE)

The Wave Studios Award for Best Sound Design in Radio Advertising
Cocaine Unwrapped, “One Life. One line” (Grand Central Recording Studios, Munzie Thind and Leo Burnett)

The Grand Central Recording Studios Award for Best Audio Mix In A Commercial
Lurpak, “Rainbow” (Wave Studios , Aaron Reynolds and Wieden+Kennedy)

BEST SYNC/USE OF EXISTING MUSIC

Best Sync - TV Ads
British Heart Foundation, “Hard & Fast” (Grey London & Grand Central Recording Studios) The Bee Gees: Staying Alive

Best Sync - Cinema Ads
Nike / O2,  “Nike / O2 Priority Sports” (Soho Music & VCCP) Woodkid: Run Boy Run

Best Sync - Trailers & Promos
The Secret World (Simon Poole  & Funcom and Nimrod Productions) Max Richter & Dinah Washington: On the Nature of Daylight / This Bitter Earth (Shutter Island Remix)

Best Sync - Film Soundtrack
Moonrise Kingdom (Imagem Creative Services and Randall Poster ) Benjamin Britten: Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra

Best Sync - TV Soundtrack
Hit & Miss (Manners McDade and Iain Cooke) Piney Gir: Letting In the Sunshine

Best Sync - Re-records / Adaptations
Playin’ With my Friends (A&G Sync Music and Mother) Masters In France: Playin’ With My Friends

Best Sync - Non Broadcast & Viral Ads
British Heart Foundation, “BHF - Vinnie” (Grey London) The Bee Gees: Staying Alive

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