Jenna Pratt

Magnetic (2019) – Short Film

Boldly Go (2018) – Short Film

Idolise Me (2018) – Short Film

Laps (2018) – Short Film

The Black Sheep of Scotland (2018) – Short Film

Drip (2018) – Short Film

Cracked (2018) – Short Film

Nice Shirt (2018) – Short Film


Jenna Pratt completed her Bachelor of Music in Songwriting at JMC Academy where she discovered her passion for Music Composition. She went on to complete a Graduate Certificate in Screen Music at the Australian Film and Television School in 2018 where she scored several short films including Boldly Go which was recently accepted into the 2019 Short Film Corner as part of Festival de Cannes. Jenna has studied piano from a young age and enjoys composing in a variety of genres and styles. 2019 has seen Jenna score numerous short films including Magnetic (funded through Create NSW), Last Seen and was recently one of 10 selected to participate in a full day Film and Television Composition workshop called Equalise; a series of workshops held by APRA AMCOS to promote and educate female musicians and composers working in the industry.

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