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Fiona Hill

A Dog’s Tale (2018) - Television Series

Milk and Cookies (2014) – Short Film

IT Dave (2014) – Web-series

Trinity Grammar advertisement (2010) - TVC

Powerpoint (2009) – Short Film

Entanglement Theory (2009) – Short Film

Hungry: The Dead Must Feed (2007) – Short Film

Reckoning (2007) – Short Film

Loveproof (2006) – Short Film

Two Nights (2006) – Short Film


Fiona Hill is a composer writing for screen, dance, theatre, and electroacoustic art music. Described as having “powerful emotional impact” (The Advertiser) and her work being “vivid, deeply felt” (Cut Common) she specialises in combining acoustic instruments with electronic sounds to generate a rich and immersive emotional tapestry. Her most recent projects include TV series A Dog’s Tale, Not a party too soon for Sydney Dance Company’s PPY and Imago for soprano, flute and electronics, released on the Other Voices album by Lamorna Nightingale. Further screen credits of note include: Milk and Cookies - Tropfest (2014), Entanglement Theory - Dance on Camera NY (2009), Videodance SaoPaulo and ABC TV (2009) Two Nights - New York Lesbian and Gay Film Festival (2006) and Loveproof HATCHfest Film Festival (2006). Recent awards include the APRA AGSC women in screen music mentorship with Elliott Wheeler, Sydney Conservatorium Composing Women program, APRA AMCOS Art Music Fund, Australia Council for the Arts grant recipient and Ensemble Offspring’s Noisy Women commissioning circle. Fiona is a screen composition graduate from the Australian Film Television and Radio School.

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