Ludovic Bource has received the Critics Choice Movie Award for his score for the black-and-white romance The Artist directed by Michel Hazanavicius at tonight’s 17th Annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards ceremony in Los Angeles. The other composers nominated in the Best Score category were Cliff Martinez (Drive), Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo), Howard Shore (Hugo) and John Williams (War Horse). Bource has previously received the European Film Award, the Best Use of Music in Film Award by the Boston Film Critics, as well as as the Best Score Award by the Washington DC Film Critics. Bource is also nominated for a Golden Globe and is considered a frontrunner to receive an Academy Awards nomination. The composer’s soundtrack is available on Sony Classical.

In the Best Song category, Brent McKenzie took home the award for the song Life’s a Happy Song from Walt Disney Pictures’ The Muppets performed by Jason Segel, Amy Adams and Muppet Walter.

For a full list of winners, click here.