Directory of Members

John Gray

Blue Murder (2017) - Mini Series

The Opposition (2017) - Feature Documentary

Horror Movie (2017) - Feature Documentary

The Surgery Ship (2017) - Documentary Series

Manny Lewis (2015) - Feature Film

What Lola Wants (2015) - Feature Film

Love Marriage in Kabul (2014) - Feature Documentary

I am a Girl (2013) - Feature Documentary

Go Back to Where You Came From (2006-2018)

Kokoda (2006) - Feature Film


John Gray is a multi-award winning film composer, having written both orchestral and electronic scores for award winning feature films, documentaries and television – some of which have been finalists and winners at The Emmys, Sundance, Montreal, Venice, Berlin and Sydney international film festivals. He was recently nominated for an AACTA for his score on the critically-acclaimed mini-series BLUE MURDER (2017). A screen-composition graduate of AFTRS, his drama features include the AFI-nominated KOKODA, THE BET and WHAT LOLA WANTS. He also recently composed for the critically acclaimed documentary THE OPPOSITION, the Emmy Award winning SBS series GO BACK TO WHERE YOU CAME FROM, the AACTA-Nominated documentary I AM A GIRL, the ABC documentary series GREAT SOUTHERN LAND and the documentary Audience Award Winner at the 2014 Sydney Film Festival LOVE MARRIAGE IN KABUL. John is a current board member of the Australian Guild of Screen Composers (AGSC) and enjoys advocating on behalf of both emerging composers and his peers.

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