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Music for Film & Theatre




Chesworth's music for film and theatre includes:

2014-15
- Remain In Light, music and sound design for documentary, directed by Christine Rogers, Walker Films
2012
- Women of Troy, music for Airplay feature on ABC Radio National, producer Maryanne Lynch
2009
- The Colours, music for theatre, Melbourne Theatre Company
2008
- Liquid Stone, music for documentary, directed by Polly Watkins, Circe Films
2007
- Hope, music for film, directed by Steve Thomas
- Entertaining Mr Sloane, music for theatre, Melbourne Theatre Company
2006
- The Female of the Species, music for theatre, Melbourne Theatre Company
2005
- Satellite, sound design for independent feature film, directed by Ben Speth
2004
- Wild Thing, sound design for short film, directed by Eleni Arbus
- Forever, sound design for independent feature film, directed by Ben Speth
- The Glass Menagerie, music for theatre, Melbourne Theatre Company
2003
- AFI Awards, composer of music for TV broadcast, Australian Film Institute Awards, Melbourne
2002
- The Light Room, music for multimedia performance, Company In Space, Melbourne Festival
2001
- Rainbow Bird and Monster Man, music for film, directed by Dennis Smith
- Music for opening of International Conference on Aids in Asia Pacific, Melbourne
- Gypsy Boy, composer of music theatre work, Theatre of Image, Sydney
2000
- Life After George, music for theatre, Melbourne Theatre Company (Green Room Award for music)
- The Chairs, music for theatre, Melbourne Theatre Company
- Trapped, music for short film, directed by Trudy Hellier
1999
- Stolen, music for theatre, Playbox Theatre, Melbourne
1996
- Two Lies, music for dance, Lucy Guerin Company; Mikhail Baryshnikov’s White Oak Dance Project, NYC, USA
1994
- Harold, music for film, directed by Steve Thomas
- Disturbing the Dust, music for theatre, Adelaide Festival
1993
- The Web: Panda, music for short film, directed by Lucinda Clutterbuck
1992
- Life Forms, music for short film, directed by Georgia Wallace Crabbe

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