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Tom Rouch

VIC

Thomas Rouch has been an AGSC Board member since 2019 and is based in Melbourne. He studied composition at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music under Stuart Greenbaum and Screen Music at the Australian Film, Television and Radio School under Martin Armiger, graduating with distinction from both courses. In 2011 he was invited to participate in the prestigious NYU/ASCAP Film Scoring workshop in the memory of Buddy Bakerwhere he received mentoring from composers Sean Callary (Homeland, 24) Ira Newborn (Naked Gun, Ace Ventura: Pet Detective) and Mark Snow(The X-files, Smallville). Thomas has also worked with and been mentored by one of Australia’s finest film composers, Bruce Rowland (Man from Snowy River, The Cup) assisting him on the Australian Outback Arena Show. His feature film work includes One Less God, The Will to Fly – Making History, The Reckoning and The Gateway. Thomas has scored a number of award winning short films that have featured in in film festivals around the world including Melbourne International Film Festival, Flickerfest, Ireland International FilmFestival and Palm Springs International Shortfest. Thomas was nominated for Best Music at the 48 Hour Film Project and his music was used in the Malaysian documentary The Rights of the Dead winner of the Freedom Film Fest.

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