AFTRS Alumni Nominated for Screen Music Awards

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Women sitting on bed with sunglasses on A still from 'Blood Pulls a Gun' composed by AFTRS alumnus Basil Hogios and Jack Moffitt
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Oct 8 2014

The full list of 2014 Screen Music Award nominees have been announced and AFTRS is delighted to see the work of AFTRS alumni acknowledged across the board.

The Screen Music Awards represent the successful marriage of two defining elements of contemporary Australian culture: music and film. Presented by APRA AMCOS in conjunction with the Australian Guild of Screen Composers (AGSC), the ceremony is our chance to acknowledge excellence and innovation in the field of screen composition.

The 2014 Screen Music Awards ceremony will be held on Wednesday November 12 at Sydney's City Recital Hall.

Congratulations AFTRS alumni...


BEST MUSIC FOR AN ADVERTISEMENT

  • Tiger Beer - Charlie Ruedpokanon Stuntman, Antony Partos (Sound) and Matteo Zingales (Screen Composition)

BEST MUSIC FOR A DOCUMENTARY
  • Fall Out, Antony Partos (Sound)
  • I Am A Girl, John Gray (Screen Composition)

BEST MUSIC FOR A SHORT FILM
  • Blood Pulls a Gun, Basil Hogios (Screen Composition) and Jack Moffitt

BEST SOUNDTRACK ALBUM
  • Adoration, Antony Partos (Sound)

BEST ORIGINAL SONG COMPOSED FOR SCREEN
  • Don't Let Go (from Rake), David McCormack and Antony Partos (Sound)

BEST MUSIC FOR CHILDREN'S TELEVISION
  • Time Tremors - Series 1, Benjamin Speed (Screen Composition)

BEST MUSIC FOR A TELEVISION SERIES OR SERIAL
  • Rake - Season 3 - Episode 1, David McCormack and Antony Partos (Sound)

BEST MUSIC FOR A MINI-SERIES OR TELEMOVIE
  • The Killing Field, Basil Hogios (Screen Composition) and Caitlin Yeo (Screen Composition)


View the full list of nominees here.


Image sourced from miff.com.au


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