Tony Scott-Green is a composer of music for Film, TV and commercial projects.

I make music that breaks down the barriers between audiences and the visions of creative, passionate people. The right music helps an audience see better.

Awards:
  • Winner: Emerging Artist – Composer, Twister Alley Film Festival, 2015
  • Winner: Best Feature Score for ‘The Life and Death of an Unhappily Married Man’,  Brasov International Film Festival & Market 2015
  • Winner: Best Feature Score for ‘The Life and Death of an Unhappily Married Man’,  Eyecatcher Film festival 2015
Testimonials:

“Tony has an amazing knack of tapping into the layers of the story and making the film better. He composed my feature film ‘Wild Blue’ and ‘The Life and Death of an Unhappily Married Man’, and both are better films because of him. Tony truly understands the filmmaking process, and I can’t wait to work with him again”
– Josh Hope, Writer/Director, Olive Entertainment

“It’s very rare to work with a composer who sits down with me as a documentary filmmaker and say ‘let’s talk about the story, what do we want the audience to feel here, what are we ultimately saying?’ And that’s what Tony does. As opposed to many of his peers, who focus more on how many minutes of music are required at various points, Tony takes it to a new level- his music adds punch and impact to my story”
– Kathleen Quinn, Director, Winding Road Productions

Twitter:

I’m a good composer and a shit photographer. Luckily for me, the ‘S’ is silent. Have a great weekend! #tgif #cannes #cannes2018 #composerlife #filmcomposer #filmmusic pic.twitter.com/DnYV831iOc

About 2 days ago from Tony Scott-Green's Twitter via Hootsuite

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Facebook:

#Repost @eliazrod with @get_repost
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Great turnout at Cannes Palais F for the first audience to see my new film Silica. It has been a journey of 3 years making this short and it was a pleasure to introduce it along side the lead, Davide Grody, and composer, Tony Scott-Green, who both did amazing jobs adding their talents to the film.
#silicathemovie #elaminafilmstour #cannesfilmfestival2018
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1 week ago

#Repost @eliazrod with @get_repost
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Great turnout at Cannes Palais F for the first audience to see my new film Silica. It has been a journey of 3 years making this short and it was a pleasure to introduce it along side the lead, Davide Grody, and composer, Tony Scott-Green, who both did amazing jobs adding their talents to the film. 
#silicathemovie #elaminafilmstour #cannesfilmfestival2018

Just got my tickets to see Ry Cooder in Chicago. Then realized the last time I saw him was 36 years ago at the Glasgow Apollo. This photo would have been taken right about that time. Happy to say we're both still doing it. Have a good weekend! #rycooder #thaliahall #tgif ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

Just got my tickets to see Ry Cooder in Chicago. Then realized the last time I saw him was 36 years ago at the Glasgow Apollo. This photo would have been taken right about that time. Happy to say were both still doing it. Have a good weekend! #rycooder #thaliahall #tgif

In 1886, after the orchestra conductor resigned and his replacement was shouted off the podium by the audience, 19-year old Arturo Toscanini was pushed onto the conducting podium by his colleagues. An illustrious 67 years later he conducted his final concert. He was beaten by things in 1931 when he refused to play the fascists' anthem before every performance and in 1933 after the Nazis had taken over Germany, refused to play the Wagner festival in Germany. He dies at age 87 and this anecdote of him skiing in the US at age 83 that I might like best. #toscanini #neverafraid ... See MoreSee Less

3 months ago

In 1886, after the orchestra conductor resigned and his replacement was shouted off the podium by the audience, 19-year old Arturo Toscanini was pushed onto the conducting podium by his colleagues. An illustrious 67 years later he conducted his final concert. He was beaten by things in 1931 when he refused to play the fascists anthem before every performance and in 1933 after the Nazis had taken over Germany, refused to play the Wagner festival in Germany. He dies at age 87 and this anecdote of him skiing in the US at age 83 that I might like best. #toscanini #neverafraid