‘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.
Last week was a stellar week for Caitlin Yeo as she picked up two awards for best music; a Film Critics Circle of Australia Award for Kim Mordaunt’s critically acclaimed debut feature film The Rocket, and a WOW Film Festival award for Louise Alston’s humorous short Photocopier.
Hot off the press, Caitlin has also just finished co-writing the titles song for kids TV series Tashi with friend and colleague Jonathan Dower, and co-writing with Basil Hogios, the score for channel 7 telemovie, The Killing Field, starring Rebecca Gibn
Hey how about that!? Some more great news is The Rocket has been nominated for 7 Awards at the 2013 FCCA Awards For Australian Film including Best Film, Best Directing, Best Performance by Young Actor (Sitthiphon Dismoe), Best Script (Kim Mordaunt), Best Cinematography (Andrew Commis ACS), Best Music (Caitlin Yeo), Best Editing (Nick Meyers ASE). WELL DONE! Winners announced March 11th.
Last night Caitlin Yeo’s career soared as she won the 2013 APRA AGSC Screen Music Award for Feature Film Score of the year for her beautiful score for the critically acclaimed The Rocket . It was a night to remember as Ashley Irwin musically directed the evening and put on and extraordinary show, with the Chasers Andrew Hansen and Chris Taylor getting laughs throughout the evening. For the full list of nominees and winners click here
Winner, Caitlin Yeo of the coveted 2013 Screen Music Award making her speech.
The Rocket composer Caitlin Yeo with producer Sylvia Wilczynski on the Red Carpet of the 2013 APRA-AGSC Screen Music Awards.
Caitlin Yeo holds the coveted APRA AGSC Screen Music Award.
Huge congrats to all the winners and nominees of last nights APRA AGSC Screen Music awards. Thank you Ashley Irwin for putting on such a great show…and the chaser boys…for making me laugh. Also, thanks to The Rocket Film team, Kim and Sylvia, Pauline, John Haeny, Tom Ferris, Veronique Serret, Virgina Comerford, Rowena Macneish, Greg Sheehan, Alex Thattamanivong, and Simon Todkill at 301 for making this film which is touching hearts all over the world. I’m still smiling!
Congrats to The Rocket for receiving 12 nominations for the 2014 AACTA Awards. Including; Best Film (Sylvia Wilczynski) , Best Direction (Kim Mordaunt) , Best Original Screenplay (Kim Mordaunt), Best Cinematography (Andrew Commis ACS), Best Sound (Sam Petty, Brooke Trezise, Nick Emond, Sam Hayward, Yulia Akerholt), Best Editing (Nick Meyers ASE), Best Production Design (Pete Baxter), Best Costume Design (Woranun Pueakpun, Sylvia Wilczynski), Best Lead Actor (Sittiphon Disamoe), Best Suppoting Actor (Thep Phongam), Best Supporting Actress (Alice Keohavong) and Best Original Score (Caitlin Yeo). For the full list of nominees click here
Watch this brilliant and thought provoking documentary directed by Maya Newell and produced by Charlotte McLellan this Wednesday November 20th 2013. 9:30PM. ABC2.
Jonathan Dower and I co-composed the music for this documentary. We had a great time crafting every sound in the documentary by hand….no virtual instruments to be found in the score here!
Yay! The Rocket has been nominated for a 2013 APRA-AGSC Screen Music Award for Best Music for a Feature Film. What an honour. This is my first nomination in this category. Congrats to all the other nominees, in all categories.
For more information on the awards and nominations follow this link; 2013 APRA-AGSC Screen Music Awards
Jonathan Dower and I are busy creating the songs and score for the Flying Bark Production of Eggsperts. Produced by RE Productions Pty Limited and developed with the assistance of Screen NSW, the 11 x 7 minute series is based on the highly successful e-learning website, Reading Eggs, and will be a stimulating and educational production for four to seven year olds, available for download via Android and Apple mobile devices as well as to Reading Eggs subscribers. It’s an EGGCELLENT adventure full of fun and discovery!
I will be in Lismore next Thursday the 8th of August 2013, at Southern Cross University taking a workshop on Screen Composition. Its open to all SCU students and APRA members in the area. I will take you through the highs and lows of writing music for the screen, and show you a few tips on writing that great score. Hope to see you there!
D Block Theatre, Contemporary Music Building