The film and television industries have become a huge source of revenue for Hollywood, but as the business continues to grow and change, it’s becoming increasingly important to keep the film industry’s soundtracks on top of the latest trends.
That’s why the Recording Industry Association of America has recently released its “Soundtrack of the Decade” report.
While some of the biggest releases on the horizon, like the Oscar-winning “The Artist” and the critically acclaimed “American Sniper,” are already in cinemas, others are in the works.
Here are some of our picks for the best and worst of the new releases.
We’ve put together a list of the top-selling film soundtracks of 2017.
Check back for the full list of all the film soundtrack releases, including an artist-nominated soundtrack.
The best-selling soundtracksThe biggest soundtracks for 2017 have all been nominated for best soundtracks.
The most notable was the Oscar winning “The Sound of Music,” which scored the Oscar for best original score.
It won the Golden Globe and Grammy awards.
The film won nine Oscars, including best original song, best actress in a drama, best cinematography, best costume design, best sound mixing, best editing, best effects and best cinematographer.
Other nominees included “American Hustle,” “A Single Man,” “The Revenant,” “Waking Life,” “Singles,” “Selma” and “Spotlight.”
Other nominees were also nominated for outstanding original song.
The biggest winner from the 2017 Oscar nominees were “American Horror Story,” “Gravity,” “Hell or High Water,” “La La Land,” “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” “Wonder Woman” and James Wan’s “The Shape of Water.”
The most recent nominees for best score were “La la Land,” and “The Good Dinosaur,” which won the Academy Awards for best musical score and best adapted screenplay.
The soundtrack for “La lama a una carne,” which opened to critical acclaim in December, was the first film soundtrack to be nominated for a Grammy award.
Other nominees for nominees for film soundtracking included “A Walk Among the Tombstones,” “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle,” “Kong: Skull Island,” “Moonlight” and most recently, “Loving.”
Other nominees were nominated for the Academy Award for best music composition and best score for a musical drama, as well as best sound design for a film.
“La danse est une réponse des morts,” the song by French singer-songwriter Lucian Grainge, won best original music, best original lyrics and best music video.
“The Martian” and The Martian: The Complete Fifth Season won best sound effects.
Other big winners included “Black Panther,” “Birdman,” “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon,” “Jackie,” “Lion,” “Lady Bird,” “Mr. Robot,” “Oceans 12: The End of the World,” “Shaun of the Dead,” “Superbad,” “Toni Erdmann,” “Unbroken” and a song by Bruno Mars.
Other films to be announced at the Golden Globes include “The Fosters,” “I’m a Celebrity,” “No Country for Old Men,” “Saw,” “Warcraft,” “Wild,” “Zoolander 2,” “World War Z” and director Sam Mendes.
The Best Soundtrack of 2017 also was a surprise win for composer and songwriter John Carpenter.
He was nominated for “The Thing,” “Frankenstein,” “Insidious: Chapter 2,” the “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” sequel and the “X-Men: Apocalypse” reboot.
“Alien: Covenant,” “Mad Max: Fury Road,” “Moana,” “Paterson” and more won best score.
The Oscar-nomination for “Frozen,” which is also nominated this year, was a big hit, scoring nine Oscars including best sound mix, best actor in a musical or comedy and best sound editing.
The Academy Awards also also recognized Carpenter’s score for “Frankenweenie,” which premiered at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival.