Eléni Karaïndrou was hailed by Time magazine as “Greece’s most eloquent living composer”. She was born in Teichio, a mountain village in central Greece. By…
Winner, Best Original Score, 2018
Hildur Guðnadóttir is an Icelandic composter, cellist, and singer at the forefront of experimental pop and contemporary music through her work in the band Múm. She entered the Reykjavík Music Academy before studying in Berlin. She has released four solo albums and appeared on the Oscar®-nominated score for Sicario.
Jóhann Jóhannsson was born and raised in Reykjavík. He was a founding member of Kitchen Motors, an arts organisation, think tank and record label. As well as working as a composer of art installations like Drone Mass in 2015 and releasing solo albums, Jóhannsson was nominated for two Academy Awards® for The Theory of Everything (2014) and Sicario (2015) before his death in February 2018.
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