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Guy was proud to score this celebration of the remarkable spirits of four African women survivors of sexual abuse, and the triumph of their improbable theatre troupe.

Four women fled from different parts of Africa to Australia in order to escape violence and abuse. They find a safe haven in Australia, but still they hold their pain silently within them.

The Baulkham Hills African Ladies Troupe


Flat Daddy is one of three projects to be awarded funding in 2014 by Screen NSW via its Emerging Filmmakers Fund. The film is based on the short story of the same name, written by Louise D'Arcy, and winner of The Age Short Story Award 2009.

Starring AACTA, AFI and Logie award-winning actress, Kat Stewart, Flat Daddy tells the story of an Australian military family and how a life-size cardboard cut-out of the absent husband and father becomes a source of obsession, rupture and unrest.

Flat Daddy was written for the screen and directed by Matt Holcomb, produced by Annie Kinnane and executive produced by Al Clark (The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, Chopper), and Kristina Ceyton and Samantha Jennings of Causeway Films (The Babadook).

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Flat Daddy


After a bad breakup and too long on the road, Carolyn, a young Australian backpacker has completely lost her mojo. But that all changes when she reaches Argentina, land of the tango. Here she not only discovers the wonders of the dance and the people, but also the vital importance of the right underwear!

Guy provided an authentic Tango inspired score with the assistance of the wonderful Sydney group, Tangalo (

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Tango Underpants


The MIFF Premiere Fund-supported film Tim Winton's The Turning is produced by Robert Connolly (Balibo, MIFF 2009) and Maggie Miles and sees some of Australia's most acclaimed directors, actors, documentarians and screenwriters vividly bringing to life Winton's vision. Artistic Director of Bangarra Dance Theatre, Stephen Page's directing debut is one of the short film called "Sand" which Guy recently scored.

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The Turning


A man returns to the Midwestern farm of his childhood on a desperate mission to unearth the horrifying truth of what landed there in the summer of 1960. Directed by Josh Tanner, this beautifully crafted short film called for a huge orchestral sounding hollywood score.

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The Landing


Guy was recently elected President of the Australian Guild of Screen Composers. He has been an active member of the AGSC since its inception and was Vice-President since 2008. He has been instrumental in many AGSC initiatives, most recently as a member of both the AGSC Rates and the Contracts Committee.

He has actively lobbied for screen composers and last month Guy addressed members of Federal Parliament as a Speaker at the launch of the PwC report on The Economic Contribution of Australia's Copyright Industries for the Australian Copyright Council.

Guy Gross


Dangerous Remedy is the story of the remarkable Dr Bert Wainer and two extraordinary women who shook Melbourne society and ultimately transformed it by breaking the illegal abortion racket in the 1960s. Starring Jeremy Sims, William McInnes and Susie Porter this Telemovie was produced by Ned Lander (Radiance, Who Do You Think You Are?) written by Kris Wyld (East West 101, Wildside) and directed by Ken Cameron (Underbelly, Wildside, Brides of Christ).

Guy created a dark and evocative score leaning on musical influences from the period.

a few best men


Guy's most recent feature project was the Box Office success A Few Best Men with (Priscilla, Queen of the Desert director) Stephan Elliot. This is their forth feature collaboration together. Apart from producing all the songs and score for the film, Guy also had a cameo as "Yanni, the new age harpist". Seriously!

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a few best men


EAST WEST 101 has been a highlight of Guy's scoring career. The show has received numerous awards, been sold to over 200 countries and received the highest critical acclaim. Guy completed scoring the third season in early 2011.

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Click here to visit SBS's 'East West 101" website

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East West 101


Guy received the 2010 award for Best Original Song Composed for the Screen, for �Hold Me' from A Model Daughter: The Killing of Caroline Byrne, which was performed by the wonderful Wendy Mathews and also won Best Music for a Mini-Series or Telemovie for the same program which Guy composed in 2009 conducting the dark orchestral score on the Simon Leadley Scoring Stage at Trackdown.

A MODEL DAUGHTER - The Killing of Caroline Byrne explores the suspicious circumstances surrounding the death of 24 year old Caroline Byrne in 1995. It unravels her father's battle for justice in proving, through his unwavering and steadfast perseverance, that his daughter was murdered.

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Model Daughter


APRA (Australasian Performing Right Association) and the AGSC (Australian Guild of Screen Composers) recently presented Guy the 2009 INTERNATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARD. Recognized as one of the most prestigious accolades for an Australian screen composer, this award has previously recognized the likes of Gary McDonald and Laurie Stone, The Wiggles, Peter Best, Bruce Rowland, Lisa Gerrard, Bruce Smeaton and David Hirschfelder. At the awards evening Guy was also nominated for Best Music for a Children's Television and 2nd year running for Most Performed Composer - Overseas.

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APRA poster.


The US hit TV series Farscape continues to be a part of Guy's life with the release of Volume 3 in the Farscape Classics Soundtrack series. FARSCAPE CLASSICS: VOL 3 features complete scores to the memorable episodes THE CHOICE (season 3) and THE LOCKET (season 2). These emotionally charged scores showcase Guy's diverse musical talents, which have helped elevate this creative sci-fi television series, produced by the Jim Henson Company, to its cult phenomenon status.

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AFTRS' "Centre for Screen Business" (CSB) includes an interview with Guy by the highly respected journalist Andrew Urban. The CSB was established to develop a deeper understanding of the "behind the scenes" film crafts.

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