This is super exciting! After the Apology (directed by Larissa Behrendt and produced by Michaela Perske) has won an Ozzie for best original score. The film was also nominated for best achievement in an Indigenous Film. Well done After The Apology. Score was written, made, and produced by me at the inexplicably wonderful Church street […]
Caitlin has won her third screen music award for Best Music for a documentary for her work on Getting Frank Gehry. Congratulations to all winners and nominees. For a full list of winners click here
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Great news! Caitlin has been nominated for two Screen Music Awards. Her nominations are for; Best Music for a Documentary: Getting Frank Gehry and Best Television Theme: Compass For a full list of nominees and information on the event click here Congratulations to all the nominees.
Caitlin Yeo has recently been appointed an APRA AMBASSADOR. “It is an honour to be asked to represent myself and other APRA members in this role. APRA are one of the main foundations that keep me writing music, and give me the opportunity and support to remain active as a screen composer all year round.” said […]
Hot off the press….Caitlin Yeo’s music for The Great Australian Race Riot has received a nomination for an 2015 Apra Screen Music Award. For a full list of nominees click here Congratulations to all the nominees! The awards will take place on Thurs Nov 12 at The Melbourne Recital Centre They are Hosted by Rob Carlton with Musical […]
Discover gamelan, the traditional music of Central Java, with Langen Suka, Sydney Gamelan Association. I am dusting off the old Suling to perform with Langen Suka at Sydney University on June 14th. Under the artistic direction of Vi King Lim, the performance will take place as traditional Javanese Klenengan, where guests are invited to relax […]
ABC1 Tuesday 13 May 8:30pm (3x55min) PART 1 – BEIJING John Doyle and Tim Flannery’s journey through China starts in Beijing. They follow the trail of Australian iron ore, and ask: Should we be more than China’s quarry? This is a 3-part series produced by CordeljigsawZapruder, directed by Viv Mcgrath, with music by Caitlin Yeo […]
‘The Killing Field’ airs on Channel 7 this Sunday 4 May, 8.30pm. The highly anticipated tele movie features a haunting, dark, and emotional score co-composed by Basil Hogios and Caitlin Yeo. Rebecca Gibney is fantastic as the unshakable detective Eve Winter in this movie.