Ex Student Wins BAFTA

Terence Dunn wrote the music to Edmond which won the BAFTA for Best British Animation Short 2016.

In 2014 Terence obtained a first class honours degree in Composition for Film and Media here at Northbrook . After securing a place at the National Film and Television School on the MA for composing for Film and TV, Terence was awarded the PRS foundation scholarship and the Alan Hawkshaw music scholarship.

His most recent projects include the BAFTA nominated feature documentary A Syrian Love Story (2015) by Sean McAllister for BBC1 Storyville, which won the grand jury prize at Sheffield Docfest and was nominated for best documentary at the European film awards. In addition he scored two BAFTA nominated animations; Edmond(2015) (winner of the BIFA prize for best British short film and the short film Jury prize for animation at Sundance), and BIFA nominatedManOmaN (2015), which was also selected for the 2015 Cannes Film Festival.
Previous work includes BIFA nominated Balcony (2015), winner of Flickerfest and selected for the Berlin film festival, Group B (2015) which was a finalist in the selection for a Student Academy Award and Slap (2014) which went on to be nominated for a BAFTA and won best short film at the Edinburgh film festival.
Terence employs a unique cinematic use of electronic, acoustic and orchestral styles, often blurring the lines between sound design and music, showing versatility, bold originality and careful consideration to narrative. He has also scored commercials for clients including Jaguar, Pepsi and Sony, commercially released two albums as artist Man Made Noise and was also a contributor for a compilation of Phillip Larkin’s Poetry set to music.
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