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Winner of the Jury Choice Gold Medal for Excellence in the 2004 Park City Film Music Festival and Semi-Finalist in the 2004 Moondance International Film Festival filmscoring competition for his score of the awards-winning independent feature film, Abby Singer, Jeffrey Gold's works have premiered at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Centres in Cardiff, Wales and in Piccadilly, London, on television in the U.K. and the U.S., on radio and at regional film festivals in the U.S. His music has also premiered on PBS television in the U.S. Educated at Cambridge University, he is a lifetime member of the Cambridge Film and Television Society. In the United States, he is a member of the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP).
More information is located at http://composer.jeffreygold.com.
Winner - Best of State 2006, Original Music Composition
Winner - Jury Choice Gold Medal for Excellence, Feature Film, 2004 Park City Film Music Festival
Semi-Finalist - Filmscoring Competition, 2004 Moondance International Film Festival
Filmscoring ? Composer, Semi-Finalist, (with Paul Luscher) 2004 Moondance Film Festival film scoring Competition. Boulder, Colorado, May 27?31, 2004.
Jury Choice Gold Medal ? 2004 Park City Film Music Festival, Park City, Utah January 19?25, 2004 for the original score of the independent feature film, Abby Singer.
Proteus Point - (dir: Michael Cox, University of Utah Film Department). 2002. Not used.
The Racketeers - (dir: Geoffrey Hansen, executive producer: Kimball Johnson). 2002. In post-production.
Edge Running - (dir: Ryan Williams, Wembly Hall Theatre Company, 2002). Submitted to Sundance Film Festival 2003.
Horst and Graben - (dir: Jeffrey Gold). Score for the short film, Horst and Graben, currently in pre-production.
Promontory - (director and executive producer Ken Verdoia, KUED). Premiered on PBS television on May 7 and May 10, 2002. Shown intermittently subsequent to premiere dates.
Reach - (dir: Charles Bird, Bird's Eye View Productions, 2002).
KRCL - radio documentary (prod: Gena Edvalson, KRCL 90.9 FM, January 2002).
Queribus - Score was listed in Exceptional Merit Selection of the 2001 Scary Song & Eerie Music Contest in 2001. Goodnight Kiss Music (BMI) and Scene Stealer Music (ASCAP).
Four Tires - Score for short animation created by Wylie Multimedia Productions and Design. (2000)
Falling Leaf - Score for short animation created by Wylie Multimedia Productions and Design. (1999)
There and Back - Proposed score for an untitled documentary by filmmaker Jill Gibbons. (1999)
Elegy: Adagio for Strings - Score featured in the book "MP3: Music on the Internet" [ISBN 0-7897-2036-1] along with composer's profile. Authors Rod Underhill and Nat Gertler.
The Leaving Man - Score for the narrative, The Leaving Man. Work in progress.
Monk - Score for the narrative film, Monk (dir. Alkesh Vaja, Imagine Films, Newport, Wales, 1997). Premiered at British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Centre in Cymru, Cardiff, Wales on July 5, 1997 and at the BAFTA Centre (Run Run Shaw Theatre) in Piccadilly, London on July 31,1997.
Children of the Wind - Score for the documentary, Children of the Wind: A Story of Gliding. Broadcasted on ETV television in the UK in May and June, 1997. Distributed by the Cambridge Gliding Club, Little Gransden, Cambridgeshire, England.
Aegean: Isles in the Midst of the Great Green Sea - Score for the documentary, Isles in the Midst of the Great Green Sea. Premiered at the University of Utah in May 1996.
Into Eternity - End title score for the documentary, Twilight. Premiered at the 16th Annual Utah Short Film and Video Festival, June 9-17, 1995, at the Utah Film and Video Center, Salt Lake City.