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SCREEN MUSIC AWARDS 2014 - WINNERS

Cezary Skubiszewski scores Screen Music Awards trifecta and David Hirschfelder wins Feature Film Score of the Year.

The 2014 Screen Music Awards have tonight celebrated the talented composers who create the music magic behind the small and large screen. Held at Sydney’s City Recital Hall the Screen Music Awards (staged jointly by APRA AMCOS and the AGSC) has honoured composers across 13 categories, with a mix of first-time recipients and returning award winners.

Holding six nominations coming into the event, distinguished music composer Cezary Skubiszewski has taken out three Screen Music Awards. He has won in the category of Best Music for a Documentary for the highly acclaimed Once My Mother and Best Soundtrack Album for The Broken Shore. His composer / producer son Jan Skubiszewski shared the award for their collaboration on Serangoon Road (Episode 6) in the Best Music for a Television Series or Serial category.


Cezary Skubiszewski and Jan Skubiszewski

In the prestigious Feature Film Score of the Year category, Academy Award nominated composer David Hirschfelder has received the Screen Music Award for his work on The Railway Man. David has won a total of six awards for his contributions to screen for APRA AMCOS including the International Achievement Award in 2002.

Composers David McCormack and Antony Partos have won the category of Best Original Song Composed for the Screen for their collaboration on Don’t Let Go from the ABC hit series Rake. In the category of Best Television Theme, Burkhard Dallwitz received the Screen Music Award for his work on the crime drama Fat Tony & Co, an Australian television series focusing on the life of Tony Mokbel.

Roger Mason has won the category of Best Music for a Mini-Series or Telemovie for The Outlaw Michael Howe, the ABC telemovie which chronicled the true story of a man who pushed the colonial government to breaking point. Composer Russell Thornton secured his first ever Screen Music Award for his work on Get Ace (Series 1) in the Best Music for Children’s Television category. Get Ace is an animated television series (screening on Eleven) that follows the adventures of Ace McDougal.

Also winning his first Screen Music Award is Melbourne based composer Luke Howard who has taken out the award for Best Music for a Short Film for Where Do Lilacs Come From. He is joined by another first time winner, composer Ryan Walsh, who received the award for Best Music for an Advertisement for the Tourism Queensland ad Where Australia Shines.

The Most Performed Screen Composer – Australia is composer Jay Stewart who has won this award a remarkable seven times. Composer Neil Sutherland is the Most Performed Screen Composer – Overseas, also for the seventh time, taking his overall tally of APRA AMCOS awards for screen composing to nine.

The International Achievement Award for 2014 was given to the composing partnership of Adam Gock and Dinesh Wicks of The D.A’s Office.

Rob Carlton hosted the 2014 Screen Music Awards with musical direction by award-winning screen composer Ashley Irwin and his orchestra. The event featured presenters Don Hany, Sophie Lowe, Leeanna Walsman, Danielle Cormack, Jessica Tovey, Jon Stevens, Jeremy Lindsay Taylor, Nigel Westlake and David Hirschfelder with performances by The Bamboos and Clairy Browne & the Bangin’ Rackettes.

2014 Screen Music Awards Winners

International Achievement Award
Adam Gock and Dinesh Wicks (The D.A’s Office)

Feature Film Score of the Year:
Title The Railway Man
Composed by David Hirschfelder
Published by Native Tongue Music Publishing

Best Music for a Documentary
Title Once My Mother
Composed by Cezary Skubiszewski

Best Music for a Short Film
Title Where Do Lilacs Come From
Composed by Luke Howard

Best Soundtrack Album
Title The Broken Shore
Composed by Cezary Skubiszewski

Best Original Song Composed for the Screen
Title Don’t Let Go from Rake
Composed by David McCormack and Antony Partos
Published by Sonar Music Pty Ltd

Best Music for Children’s Television
Title Get Ace - Series 1
Composed by Russell Thornton
Published by Galaxy Pop

Best Television Theme
Title Fat Tony & Co
Composed by Burkhard Dallwitz

Best Music for a Television Series or Serial
Title Serangoon Road- Episode 6
Composed by Cezary Skubiszewski and Jan Skubiszewski*
Published by Mushroom Music Pty Ltd*

Best Music for a Mini-Series or Telemovie
Title The Outlaw Michael Howe
Composed by Roger Mason

Best Music for an Advertisement
Title Where Australia Shines
Composed by Ryan Walsh

Most Performed Screen Composer – Australia
Composer Jay Stewart

Most Performed Screen Composer – Overseas
Composer Neil Sutherland

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The Railway Man

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David Hirschfelder

2014 SCREEN MUSIC AWARDS
Wednesday 12 November, 2014 - City Recital Hall – Sydney
Hosted By Rob Carlton
Music Direction by Ashley Irwin

www.apraamcos.com.au

www.agsc.org.au

APRA AMCOS stands for the Australasian Performing Right Association Ltd and the Australasian Mechanical Copyright Owners Society Ltd, who together are responsible for the non-profit collection and distribution of songwriting royalties to approximately 87,000 songwriter, composer and music publisher members, and around 3,000,000 copyright owners worldwide.

AGSC (Australian Guild of Screen Composers) has represented Australian screen composers since 1981 and is active in government lobbying, and further development of the craft and business of film and TV composers.







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