Promotional Poster for Alfonso Cuarón's film 'Gravity'. Photo Credit: Warner Bros.

Oscars 2014: Gravity Wins Achievement in Music Written for Motion Pictures (Original Score)

The ballots have been cast, and the winner has been chosen. Gravity has won the award for Achievement in Music Written for Motion Pictures, Best Original Score. Composer Steven Price accepted the award for the score.

Everyone has their role to play in a motion picture; the directors bring their visions to light from behind the camera, actors and actresses bring their characters to life in front of the camera, and composers make things happen from behind a mixer, an instrument, or in front of an orchestra.

Some people tend to underappreciate the importance of a good score. The score a film can bring together the most romantic moments, intensify all the action going on around you, or even chill you to the bone. Without a good score, there would just be silence in between dialogue, and motion pictures would just not have the same feel to them.


Here is a look at the nominees.

The Book Thief – John Williams

Gravity – Steven Price

Her – William Butler and Owen Pallett

Philomena – Alexandre Desplat

Saving Mr. Banks – Thomas Newman


Tonight is the biggest night in all of Hollywood. The Oscars is the night where all the greatest actors and actresses gather to celebrate excellence in all aspects of film. Everything from actors in leading roles to the man or woman sitting behind a keyboard putting together an amazing score to make your favorite scenes in your favorite movies all that much better.

Throughout the night, talk show host and comedienne Ellen DeGeneres will be guiding you though tonight’s festivities as she hosts the 86th Annual Academy Awards live at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, California.

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