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Nigel Westlake's career in music has spanned more than four decades. As a composer for the screen, his film credits include the feature film 'Ali's Wedding', 'Paper Planes', 'Miss Potter', 'Babe', 'Babe: Pig in the City', 'Children of the Revolution', 'The Nugget', plus the Imax films 'Antarctica', 'Imagine', 'The Edge and Solarmax' and numerous ... See full bio »


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Miss Potter Composer
Babe Composer
Ali's Wedding Composer


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 2017 Ali's Wedding
 2014 A Town Called Brzostek (Documentary)
 2014/I Paper Planes
 2013 Autopsy on a Dream (Documentary) (The Dream of Perfection)
 2013 The Dream of Perfection (Documentary short)
 2006 Miss Potter
 2006 Stepfather of the Bride (TV Movie)
 2005 Hell Has Harbour Views (TV Movie)
 2003 Horseplay
 2002 The Nugget
 2000 Solarmax (Short documentary)
 1996 Wild Australia: The Edge (Short)
 1995 Babe
 1992 Backsliding
 1991 Act of Necessity (TV Movie)
 1991 Antarctica (Documentary short)
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His opus 1, "Omphalo Centric Lecture"(1984) for percussion quartet has become one of the most frequently performed and recorded works in the percussion repertoire by groups in the USA, Japan, Europe and Australia.

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