ABOUT

 
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Matteo Zingales is one of Australia’s most in-demand and awarded composers. 

Recent work includes ABC international series Harrow (Seasons 1 & 2), prime-time Channel 10 drama Five Bedrooms, Netflix's smash-hit TV Series Tidelands, and the critically acclaimed ABC original series Mystery Road (AACTA Award for Best Original Music.) 

Upcoming projects include BlackFella Films' new series Black Bitchfeature documentary Machine which is to premiere at MIFF Film Festival 2019 and the highly anticipated feature film I Met A Girl

Other projects include the TV Mini-Series Wake in Fright and Showtime's The Kettering Incident, (both recipients of the AACTA Award for Best Original Music Score in Television) and Foxtel's Australia Day.

Internationally, Matteo scored the US ABC prime-time TV series Secrets and Lies for two seasons and the HBO feature film Fahrenheit 451, which premiered at the Cannes International Film Festival.

Matteo’s film credits include 99 Homes (ASGC Winner Feature Film Score of the Year), The Lost AviatorThe Hunter and Not Suitable for Children (both of which earned him the AACTA Award for Best Original Music Score).

ASCAP Screen Music Awards honoured Matteo as a top composer in 2016.

 

AWARDS

2018   AACTA Award For Best Original Music Score in Television - Mystery Road

2018   APRA/AGSC Screen Music Award Best Music for a Mini-Series or Telemovie - Mystery Road

2018   APRA/AGSC Screen Music Award Best Television Theme - Harrow

2017   AACTA Award For Best Original Music Score in Television - Wake In Fright

2016   APRA/AGSC Screen Music Award Feature Film Score of the Year - 99 Homes

2016   AACTA Award for Best Original Music Score in Television - The Kettering Incident

2016   ASCAP Award for Top Television Score - Secrets & Lies 

2013   AACTA Award for Best Original Music Score - Not Suitable for Children

2012   AACTA Award Best Original Music Score - The Hunter

2012   Film Critics Circle Nomination for Best Original Music - The Hunter

2011   AGSC Award for Best Music for a Documentary - Lachlan Macquarie: Father of Australia