The Australian Film Institute Award for Best Original Music Score is an award in the annual Australian Film Institute Awards.
|1975||The Cars That Ate Paris||Bruce Smeaton|
|The Great Macarthy|
|1977||The Picture Show Man||Peter Best|
|1978||The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith||Bruce Smeaton|
|The Last Wave||Charles Wain|
|The Mango Tree||Marc Wilkinson|
|1979||Mad Max||Brian May|
|...Maybe This Time||Bruce Smeaton|
|The Chain Reaction||Andrew Thomas Wilson|
|1981||Fatty Finn||Grahame Bond, Rory O'Donoghue|
|Grendel Grendel Grendel||Bruce Smeaton|
|Wrong Side of the Road||Jordy Butler|
|1982||The Man from Snowy River||Bruce Rowland|
|Mad Max 2||Brian May|
|Starstruck||Dennis James, Phil Judd, Bill Miller, Mark Moffatt|
|We of the Never Never||Peter Best|
|1983||Phar Lap||Bruce Rowland|
|Careful, He Might Hear You||Ray Cook|
|The Year of Living Dangerously||Maurice Jarre|
|1984||Street Hero||Garth Porter, Bruce Rowland|
|Annie's Coming Out||Simon Walker|
|Silver City||William Motzing|
|1985||An Indecent Obsession||Peter Best, Billy Byers, Ray Cook, Chris Neal, Bruce Rowland|
|The Coca-Cola Kid||Tim Finn, William Motzing|
|Frog Dreaming||Brian May|
|1986||Young Einstein||Martin Armiger, William Motzing|
|Burke & Wills||Peter Sculthorpe|
|For Love Alone||Nathan Waks|
|The More Things Change...||Peter Best|
|1987||The Tale of Ruby Rose||Paul Schutze|
|Echoes of Paradise||William Motzing|
|Those Dear Departed||Phillip Scott|
|The Umbrella Woman||Cameron Allan|
|1988||The Lighthorsemen||Mario Millo|
|Daisy and Simon||Andrew Hagen, Morton Wilson|
|Incident at Raven's Gate||Roman Kronen, Graham Tardif|
|1989||Dead Calm||Graeme Revell|
|Evil Angels||Bruce Smeaton|
|Ghosts… of the Civil Dead||Blixa Bargeld, Nick Cave, Mick Harvey|
|1990||The Big Steal||Chris Gough, Phil Judd|
|Sher Mountain Killings Mystery||Art Phillips|
|Struck by Lightning||Paul Smyth|
|Wendy Cracked a Walnut||Bruce Smeaton|
|1991||Dingo||Miles Davis, Michel Legrand|
|Stan and George's New Life||Michael Atkinson|
|A Woman's Tale||Paul Grabowsky|
|1992||Romper Stomper||John Clifford White|
|Black Robe||Georges Delerue|
|The Last Days of Chez Nous||Paul Grabowsky|
|1993||The Piano||Michael Nyman|
|Flynn||Billy Childs, Anthony Marinelli|
|Map of the Human Heart||Gabriel Yared|
|On My Own||Franco Piersanti|
|The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert||Guy Gross|
|1995||Dad and Dave: On Our Selection||Peter Best|
|Hotel Sorrento||Nerida Tyson-Chew|
|Children of the Revolution||Nigel Westlake|
|Dead Heart||Stephen Rae|
|Lilian's Story||Cezary Skubiszewski|
|1997||Doing Time for Patsy Cline||Peter Best|
|Idiot Box||Nick Launay, Tim Rogers|
|Road to Nhill||Elizabeth Drake|
|The Well||Stephen Rae|
|1998||Oscar and Lucinda||Thomas Newman|
|The Boys||The Necks|
|Head On||Ollie Olsen|
|The Interview||David Hirschfelder|
|1999||In a Savage Land||David Bridie|
|Soft Fruit||Antony Partos|
|Two Hands||Cezary Skubiszewski|
|Better Than Sex||David Hirschfelder|
|15 Amore||Carlo Giacco|
|2001||La Spagnola||Cezary Skubiszewski|
|The Bank||Alan John|
|The Dish||Edmund Choi|
|2002||Rabbit-Proof Fence||Peter Gabriel|
|Australian Rules||Mick Harvey|
|Beneath Clouds||Ivan Sen, Alister Spence|
|Walking on Water||Antony Partos|
|2003||Japanese Story||Elizabeth Drake|
|Alexandra's Project||Graham Tardif|
|Travelling Light||Richard Vella|
|The Old Man Who Read Love Stories||Graham Tardif|
|One Perfect Day||David Hobson|
|Thunderstruck||Frank Tetaz, David Thrussell|
|2005||The Proposition||Nick Cave, Warren Ellis|
|Little Fish||Nathan Larson|
|Three Dollars||Alan John|
|Wolf Creek||Frank Tetaz|
|2006||Suburban Mayhem||Mick Harvey|
|The Book of Revelation||Cezary Skubiszewski|
|Jindabyne||Paul Kelly, Dan Luscombe|
|Macbeth||John Clifford White|
|2007||The Home Song Stories||Antony Partos|
|Razzle Dazzle||Roger Mason|
|Romulus, My Father||Basil Hogios|
|2008||Unfinished Sky||Antony Partos|
|The Black Balloon||Michael Yezerski|
|The Square||Ben Lee, Frank Tetaz|
|The Tender Hook||Chris Abrahams|
|2009||Mao's Last Dancer||Christopher Gordon|
|Samson and Delilah||Warwick Thornton|
|2010||Animal Kingdom||Antony Partos|
|Beneath Hill 60||Cezary Skubiszewski|
|Bran Nue Dae|
|Bright Star||Mark Bradshaw|
|The Hunter||Andrew Lancaster, Michael Lira, Matteo Zingales|
|Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole||David Hirschfelder|
|Red Dog||Cezary Skubiszewski|
|Not Suitable for Children||Jono Ma, Matteo Zingales|
|A Few Best Men||Guy Gross|
|33 Postcards||Antony Partos|
|The Great Gatsby||Craig Armstrong|
|Dead Europe||Jed Kurzel|
|The Rocket||Caitlin Yeo|
|The Railway Man||David Hirschfelder|
|The Rover||Antony Partos, Sam Petty|
|Mad Max: Fury Road||Junkie XL|
|The Dressmaker||David Hirschfelder|
|Paper Planes||Nigel Westlake|
|Partisan||Oneohtrix Point Never|
|Boys in the Trees||Darrin Verhagen|
|Gods of Egypt||Marco Beltrami|
|Teenage Kicks||David Barber|
|Lion||Volker Bertelmann, Dustin O’Halloran|
|Ali's Wedding (soundtrack)||Nigel Westlake & Sydney Symphony Orchestra|
|Berlin Syndrome||Bryony Marks|
|The Butterfly Tree||Caitlin Yeo|
|Ladies in Black||Christopher Gordon|
|Mary Magdalene||Hildur Guðnadóttir, Jóhann Jóhannsson|
|Peter Rabbit||Dominic Lewis|
|Judy and Punch||François Tétaz|
|Danger Close: The Battle of Long Tan||Caitlin Yeo|
|Hotel Mumbai||Volker Bertelmann|
|Ride Like a Girl||David Hirschfelder|
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