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Briggs and Sarah Blasko Nominated for 2017 Screen Music Awards

by Paul Cashmere on October 12, 2017

in News,Noise Pro

Briggs, Sarah Blasko and Missy Higgins are some of the finalists for the 2017 Screen Music Awards.

The Screen Music Awards recognises greatness the composition of original music fro Australian Indie films, television series, features, documentaries and advertisements.

The Screen Music Awards are staged joined by APRA AMCOS and AGSC.

Comedienne Denise Scott will make her hosting debut at this year’s awards. Jessica Wells will lead the orchestral performances.

2017 Screen Music Awards nominees

Feature Film Score of the Year
Title 2:22
Composed by James Orr and Lisa Gerrard
Published by Sony/ATV Music Publishing (Aust)
Title Alien: Covenant
Composed by Jed Kurzel
Published by Sony/ATV/FOX Music obo TCF Music Publishing
Title Berlin Syndrome
Composed by Bryony Marks
Published by Kobalt Music Publishing (Aust) obo Lillipilli IP
Title Jasper Jones
Composed by Antony Partos

Best Television Theme
Title Fox League Super Saturday
Composed by Briggs, Charlton Hill and Justin Shave
Published by Sony/ATV Music Publishing (Aust)
Title High Life
Composed by Sarah Blasko
Published by Sony/ATV Music Publishing (Aust)
Title Rosehaven
Composed by Kit Warhurst
Published by Mushroom Music
Title Skinford
Composed by Michael Lira

Best Music for a Television Series or Serial
Title Australian Survivor
Composed by David Barber, Jonathan Bush, Helena Czajka, Charlton Hill and Justin Shave
Published by Shine Australia
Title Seven Types of Ambiguity
Composed by Stephen Rae and Jonathan Wilson
Title The Code
Composed by Roger Mason
Title The Get Down
Composed by Elliott Wheeler
Published by Sony/ATV Music Publishing (Aust) obo Twenty Fifteen Avenue Music

Best Music for a Mini-Series or Telemovie
Title Barracuda
Composed by Bryony Marks
Published by Kobalt Music Publishing (Aust) obo Lillipilli IP
Title High Life
Composed by Sarah Blasko
Published by Sony/ATV Music Publishing (Aust)
Title Shaun Micallef‘s Stairway to Heaven
Composed by Ash Gibson Greig

Best Music for an Advertisement
Title Good Mood Water: The Bad Choice
Composed by Lindsay Jehan and Nathan Cavaleri
Published by Song Zu Publishing
Title Hennessy: Classivm
Composed by Josh Abrahams and Davide Carbone
Title Swisse: Power Your Passion
Composed by Matteo Zingales
Published by Sonar Music
Title Volkswagen: Tiguan 2017
Composed by Elliott Wheeler

Best Music for a Documentary
Title Deep Water: The Real Story
Composed by Antony Partos
Published by Sonar Music
Title Monsieur Mayonnaise
Composed by Cezary Skubiszewski
Title Mother With A Gun
Composed by Dale Cornelius
Published by Native Tongue Music Publishing
Title Whiteley
Composed by Ash Gibson Greig

Best Music for a Short Film
Title Face
Composed by Jonathan Bush
Title Last Tree Standing
Composed by Me-Lee Hay
Title Red
Composed by Tom Schutzinger
Title Sarah Chong Is Going To Kill Herself
Composed by Aaron Kenny

Best Soundtrack Album
Title Alien: Covenant
Composed by Jed Kurzel
Published by Sony/ATV/FOX Music obo TCF Music Publishing
Title Assassin’s Creed
Composed by Jed Kurzel
Published by Sony/ATV/NEW Regency obo New Regency Music
Title Jasper Jones
Composed by Antony Partos
Title Monsieur Mayonnaise
Composed by Deborah Morgan and Cezary Skubiszewski
Published by Origin Music Publishing

Best Original Song Composed for the Screen
Title Atlas in Your Eye from Jasper Jones
Composed by Dustin Tebbutt
Title Power from The Get Down
Composed by Baz Luhrmann*, Donna Missal, Homer Steinweiss* and Elliott Wheeler*
Published by Kobalt Music Publishing (Aust), Sony/ATV Music Publishing (Aust) obo Twenty Fifteen
Avenue Music and Twenty Fifteen Boulevard Music*
Title Torchlight from Don’t Tell
Composed by Missy Higgins
Title Visible from The Pretend One
Composed by Hayden Calnin
Published by Gaga Music

Best Music for Children’s Television
Title Beat Bugs: When I’m 64
Composed by Daniel Denholm and Daniel Johns
Published by Sony/ATV Music Publishing (Aust)
Title Bottersnikes & Gumbles: The Ugly Pageant
Composed by Michael Szumowski
Published by BMG AM and Cheeky Little Media
Title Kazoops: Middle of Somewhere
Composed by Scott Langley
Published by Kobalt Music Publishing (Aust) obo Cheeky Little Media
Title The Deep: Tartaruga
Composed by Nerida Tyson-Chew
Published by Red Music Publishing

Most Performed Screen Composer – Australia
Composers Adam Gock and Dinesh Wicks
Composer Damian De Boos Smith
Composer Jay Stewart
Composer Neil Sutherland

Most Performed Screen Composer – Overseas
Composers Adam Gock and Dinesh Wicks
Composer Jay Stewart
Composer Neil Sutherland
Composer Nerida Tyson-Chew

2017 SCREEN MUSIC AWARDS

Monday 13 November, 2017
Melbourne Recital Centre
Hosted by Denise Scott
Musical Director Jessica Wells

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