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AACTA Award for Best Original Music Score

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Subject: Brian May (composer), Australian Film Institute Awards, Not Suitable for Children, The Hunter (2011 Australian film), AACTA International Award for Best Actor
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AACTA Award for Best Original Music Score

The Australian Film Institute Award for Best Original Music Score is an award in the annual Australian Film Institute Awards.

Previous winners


Year Film Subject
2011 (1st) The Hunter Andrew Lancaster, Michael Lira & Matteo Zingales
2011 (1st) Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole David Hirschfelder
2011 (1st) Red Dog Cezary Skubiszewski
2011 (1st) Snowtown Jed Kurzel
2012 (2nd) Not Suitable for Children Jono Ma & Matteo Zingales
2012 (2nd) 33 Postcards Antony Partos
2012 (2nd) A Few Best Men Guy Gross
2012 (2nd) Mental Michael Yezerski
2013 (3rd) The Great Gatsby Craig Armstrong
2013 (3rd) Dead Europe Jed Kurzel
2013 (3rd) Drift Michael Yezerski
2013 (3rd) The Rocket Caitlin Yeo
2014 (4th) The Railway Man David Hirschfelder
2014 (4th) Healing David Hirschfelder
2014 (4th) Predestination Peter Spierig
2014 (4th) The Rover Sam Petty and Anthony Partos
2015 (5th) The Dressmaker David Hirschfelder
Mad Max: Fury Road Junkie XL
Paper Planes Nigel Westlake
Partisan Daniel Lopatin


  • – AFI Award Winners
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