Nominees announced for 2019 Screen Music Awards

Top: Anthony Partos, Brett Aplin and Bryony Marks. Bottom: Caitlin Yeo, David Bridie.

Bryony Marks, Caitlin Yeo, Antony Partos, Brett Aplin and David Bridie have received three nominations each for the upcoming Screen Music Awards, staged by Apra Amcos and the Australian Guild of Screen Composers (Agcs).

They are among a group of 40 composers who have been nominated across 12 award categories, spanning more than 36 works. The awards will be held in late November in Melbourne, hosted by Justine Clarke.

Nominated for Best Feature Film Score of the Year is Yeo for Danger Close: The Battle of Long Tan, Partos and Dan Luscombe for I Am Mother; Aj True for Jirga and François Tétaz for Judy & Punch.

Yeo is also nominated for Best Television Theme for The Pacific: In the Wake of Captain Cook with Sam Neill and also the category of Best Music for an Advertisement, while Partos is nominated
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