Winners announced at the 2014 Music+Sound Awards.
Comedy Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa picked up a top prize at the third Music+Sound Awards last night at the Troxy cinema in London.
The scene, in which Partridge (Steve Coogan) sings along to Roachford’s Cuddly Toy, won Best Sync / Use of Existing Music: Feature Film Soundtrack.
The award for Best Original Competition: Short Film Score went to Graham Hadfield for his work on sci-fi short Orbit Ever After.
The awards recognise and celebrate the role that music and sound design play in UK visual media. More than 50 industry figures including James Bond composer David Arnold and music supervisors Liz Gallacher of Velvet Ears (Elysium) and Abi Leland of Leland Music (Touching The Void, Last King of Scotland) selected the line-up of finalists.