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Sean Tinnion

Secrets of our Cities: Season 2 (2020) – Documentary series

Robbed (2019) – Short film

Murals (2019) – Short film

Storm in a Teacup (2019) – Documentary

Lucy Duracks “Lift” (2019) – Web-series

Is Australia Sexist? (2018) – Documentary

A Stargazers Guide to the Cosmos (2018) – Documentary & Web-series

Secrets of our Cities: Season 1 (2017) – Documentary series

Apex Gang: Behind the Headlines (2017) – Documentary

Is Australia Racist? (2016) – Documentary c

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Sean Tinnion is a multi - award winning music composer for films, television, corporate and other multimedia productions. Over the span of his career, he has scored almost 40 short films based in Australia and overseas, including the UK and the USA. Two of which have earned him winner of 'Best Film Score' at the LA Film Awards 2019, winner of 'Best Original Soundtrack' at the Oniros Film Awards, Italy 2019 and a nomination for 'Best Film Score of 2019' also at the Oniros Film Awards. He has scored 11 documentaries for ABC TV and SBS TV, including two 3-part series and a 10 episode documentary series for ABC iView which also got a one hour documentary and earned him 'Best Music For A Documentary' at the 2018 APRA Screen Music Awards as well as a nomination for 'Best TV Theme.' So far, he has earned an accumulation of 11 awards and nominations for his scores. Sean is currently working on two 90-minute feature documentaries which will be released towards the end of 2020 / early 2021. Born in Liverpool, England, he started out at the early age of five where his interest in music began at the piano and eventually would turn to film music. In late 2004, he immigrated to Australia where his musical skills had the opportunity to develop further. He went on to earn his Bachelor of Music Major in Composition and Music Technology in 2011 from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, graduating in 2015. Scores to many documentaries and films have gained recognition from producers and directors both domestic and abroad.

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