JAN PRESTON is the composer

Jan Preston began writing music for theatre and dance in the late 1970s, and was led into film via a documentary for actor Sam Neill, who directed the New Zealand Film Unit documentary Red Mole on the Road. She has since scored numerous documentaries and seven feature films.

She has won a New Zealand Film and Television Award for the feature film Illustrious Energy (director Leon Narbey), an AGSC best music in a documentary award for An Imaginary Life and the Asian Film Festival best music award for the feature film Pictures (produced by John O’Shea, directed by Michael Black). 
Her recent television credits include the ABC drama series Bastard Boys, Australian Story, the 5th Australian Dynasties series and the drama Betty and Joe.


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