Don't Say a Word - About the Filmmakers - Mark Isham

Last Update: 24 September 2001

MARK ISHAM (Music) is a Grammy® and Emmy Award-winner and Academy Award nominee for his memorable scores and solo projects. Isham won a Grammy for his self-titled 1990 album and earned his Emmy for the main title theme to "EZ Streets." His current album release, "Miles Remembered: The Silent Way Project" was chosen by the London Times as the Best Jazz Album of 1999. He has received Academy Award and Grammy Award nominations for his score for "A River Runs Through It."

Isham's scores for feature films number over 50 with many having been made into soundtrack albums. He previously collaborated with Gary Fleder on the director's "Kiss the Girls" and "Imposter." Isham's other motion picture credits also include: "Men of Honor" (released by Twentieth Century Fox), "Rules of Engagement," "October Sky," "Blade," "Varsity Blues," "At First Sight," "Fly Away Home," "Nell" (for which he earned a Golden Globe nomination), "Quiz Show," "The Getaway," "Romeo is Bleeding," "Short Cuts," "Of Mice and Men," "Little Man Tate," "Reversal of Fortune" and "The Moderns"; the latter earned him the Los Angeles Composers of the 80's Award by The American Film Institute. Upcoming he has the Keanu Reeves comedy "Hardball" and director Frank Darabont's period drama "The Majestic," starring Jim Carrey.

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