NEW YORK — The National Board of Review will present Jane Fonda and composer Howard Shore with 2005 Career Achievement Awards at its Jan. 10 awards ceremony, to be emceed by Paul Reiser. The event at Tavern on the Green will honor Fonda’s 45 years in cinema. Shore will receive a special 2005 Career Achievement for Film Music Composition. Three-time Oscar winner Shore (“The Lord of the Rings” trilogy), with more than 65 features to his credit, launched his more than quarter-century scoring career with several films for director David Cronenberg, including “The Brood,” “Scanners” and “Videodrome.” He is next scheduled to score Martin Scorsese’s “The Departed,” due next summer, and is creating an opera for the 2007 Los Angeles Opera season based on Cronenberg’s “The Fly.” [More]