Cezary Skubiszewski : Represented Artist
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Cezary Skubiszewski's first film score was for the film Lilians Story, directed by fellow Pole Jerzy Domaradzki. He has since worked with many Australian and international directors on films including Two Hands, Black & White, La Spagnola, The Sound of One Hand Clapping, The Brush Off, Bootmen, The Book of Revelation, Death Defying Acts, Love Lust and Lies, Bran Nue Dae, Beneath Hill 60 and, most recently, Red Dog.
Skubiszewski has received many awards, including two from the Australian Film Institute (AFI), four from the Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA), four from the Australian Guild of Screen Composers (AGSC) and two Best Music Awards from the Film Critics of Australia. Skubiszewski's score for Lilian's Story won the award for the Best Film Music at the Asia-Pacific Film Festival, and his score for Night received a nomination from the International Film Music Critics Association.
Skubiszewski has composed music for many television films and programs, as well as the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, AFL Finals and the Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games. His music can be heard in the advertising campaign for Carlton Draught Big Ad, and, in 2010, he recorded and conducted the VB Stubby Symphony. Those two ads became a sensation the world over.
Skubiszewski has contributed to the recordings of Jebediah, Killing Heidi, The Cat Empire, Things of Stone and Wood , Rocky Horror Show, and many more.
In 2003 he received the Centenary Medal for service to Australian Society and Australian Film Production.
AMC — current to 2011
Awards & Prizes
|2014||Screen Music Awards : Best Music for a Documentary||Winner||Once my mother|
|2014||Screen Music Awards : Best Music for a Television Series or Serial||Winner||Serangoon Road|
|2014||Screen Music Awards : Best Soundtrack Album||Winner||The Broken shore|