Tim Cole

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    music producer / filmmaker
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participation in

  • WOMEX 2017
  • WOMEX 2015

Tim is an Australian Filmmaker and Music Producer specialising in cross cultural indigenous arts projects - filmed, recorded and produced in the field, independently. His work has led him to some of the most remote and unique cultures of the Asia/Pacific region producing several award winning projects including ‘Tabaran’ filmed in the shadow of a Papua New Guinean volcano, ‘Pintupi’, with the last Australian Aboriginal group to leave their nomadic lifestyle and ‘Vanuatu Women’s Water Music’, directing a feature film capturing the unique culture of the Banks Islands, Vanuatu, which received a 5-star review on Songlines, UK.

As a visual/sound designer, Tim has toured with Circus Oz, Archie Roach 'Into the Bloodstream' and other theatre productions to Broadway New York, Southbank London, a Bullring Barcelona, Sydney Opera House and numerous festivals & venues around Australia and the world.

Tim has also been invited to speak at the United Nation headquarter, WOMEX, FestPac to share his creative journeys.

Visit : www.smallislandbigsong.com/

.Music production
Not Drowning Waving - 'Tabaran', (landmark world music release).
Frank Yamma - 'Countryman’.
Shellie Morris & the Borroloola Songwomen -'Ngambala lu Wunungu'.
“An incredibly beautiful masterpiece of ancient and modern Aboriginal fusion this is a landmark album for Indigenous women worldwide’’, 4.5 stars -
Songlines UK Review.
Warren H Williams & the Warrumungu Songmen – ‘Winnajarra’.
“Cole intertwines the traditional and contemporary elements together with the skill of a master weaver”, 4.5 stars, The Australian.

.Visual productions
Feature Film (Directed) 'Vanuatu Women's Water Music' (WOMEX 15) 5 star Songlines UK review.
Archie Roach - ‘Into the Bloodstream’, concert visual design.
SING SING concerts - Visual design

Tim Cole


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