AGSC Composer Attachment with Guy Gross

To address the gender imbalance among screen composers, the Australian Guild of Screen Composers (AGSC) has undertaken to do all it can to remedy this inequity.

Amongst other on-going initiatives, there is an opportunity for a female composer - or a composer from any under-represented sector of the screen community - to have an attachment with leading film & TV composer and current AGSC President, Guy Gross, as he scores 'Pulse', an upcoming eight-part ABC drama series.

The attachment is a collaboration between: 

• Guy Gross Music 
• Church Street Studios 
• Australian Guild of Screen Composers 
• Screen NSW 
• Clandestine TV 

This opportunity will involve observing the entire scoring process from brief to final mix. It will also include the opportunity to score a section of the series for the attachment’s own showreel. And (subject to availability) the use of a composing suite within Church Street Studios for the duration of the attachment. 

The successful applicant should: 

• Be able to attend various meetings etc between the months of April 2017 to July 2017 in Sydney. 
• Be in the early stages of their career. 
• Be able to take advantage of this opportunity. 
• Be from an under-represented sector of the screen composing community. 

They will also receive a fee of $5,000 to cover their expenses during the course of the attachment. 

Applications are open now and should include: 

• A brief statement of why this opportunity would be of benefit to you 
• A current CV 
• Links to examples of your work (please do not email attachments - provide links only) 

Email completed applications to: agsc@agsc.org.au

Applications close Friday, 10 February 2017


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