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Sharon Jakovsky

Re-enchantment (2011) - Documentary and Web

The Future Makers (2008) – Documentary

Island Home Country (2008) – Documentary

YWCA encore (2007) – TVC

Encore: a journey forward (2006) - Documentary

Smooth Criminals (2005) - Short Film

Moonfall (2005) - Short Film

Tomboy (2004) – Documentary

The Hundredth Room - (2004) – Documentary

Out of Fear - (2003) – Documentary


Sharon Jakovsky has pursued a freelance career in the music/film industry in many different capacities including musician, film composer, sound designer, arranger and sound engineer. Her film work includes documentaries and dramas such as Re-enchantment, The Hundredth Room, Island Home Country and The Future Makers. Her work has been heard at many festivals both around Australia and internationally, as well as screening on television including ABC1, ABC2 and the Discovery Channel. In 2014 she was a Tropscore Finalist as well as being a finalist in the Mardi Gras Film Festival for Best Music and Sound in 2005, and a finalist in both the 2006 and 2007 Australian Screen Sound Awards for Best Achievement in Sound for Documentary. Sharon performs, writes and produces music in many different idioms, ranging from jazz, to world music, to rock and everything in between. She has performed at all the top venues in Sydney including the Sydney Opera House, The Basement, The Hordern Pavilion as well as touring interstate and regional areas. She has played in many music festivals around Australia and has toured Europe. She is renowned for her soulful, funky and sometimes raucous guitar playing. Sharon has a Diploma of Audio Engineering from SAE, a Diploma of Music from Berklee College of Music (Boston, USA) and a Masters in Communication from UTS. Please contact Sharon at

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