SUBMISSIONS FOR THE 2020 AWARDS ARE NOW OPEN!

 

The annual Screen Music Awards are presented by APRA AMCOS in conjunction with the Australian Guild of Screen Composers (AGSC).  The ceremony acknowledges excellence and innovation in the field of screen composition.

Submissions for the Screen Music Awards close on 16 July 2020. Please read the guidelines on the APRA AMCOS website (link below) before submitting.

 

There are 12 Award Categories

 

  • Feature Film Score of the Year

  • Best Music for a Documentary

  • Best Music for a Short Film

  • Best Soundtrack Album

  • Best Original Song Composed for the Screen

  • Best Music for Children’s Television

  • Best Television Theme

  • Best Music for a Television Series or Serial

  • Best Music for a Mini-Series or Telemovie

  • Best Music for an Advertisement

  • Most Performed Screen Composer – Australia*

  • Most Performed Screen Composer – Overseas*


*Determined by statistical analysis


The 2020 Screen Music Awards will be held in November in Melbourne.

Visit the APRA AMCOS Website for Submission Rules, Category Information and all other details,

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