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Cezary Skubiszewski is a Polish-born Australian film and television composer whose work has received international acclaim winning numerous awards. Most notably Cezary is the recipient of four AACTA/AFI  (and IFMCA (International Film Music Critics) Award  nomination for best film music.

In 2003 Cezary received the Centenary Medal "For Service to Australian Society and Australian Film Production”.

Cezary's film scores include 'Two Hands' (with Heath Ledger), Death Defying Acts (with Catherina Zeta -Jones), Red Dog (with Koko), Bootmen (with Sam Worthington) 'The Sapphires' (with Chris O’Dowd and Jessica Mauboy), ‘ Black & White’ (with Robert Carlyle), ‘ Women He’s Undressed’ (with Jane Fonda), La Spagnola (with Lola Marceli) and Amazon TV series 'Picnic At Hanging Rock' (with Natalie Dorman).

Most recently Cezary scored UK/AU  film 'Falling For Figaro' (with Joanna Lumley) , Polish historical epic film ’Truth Makes Free’, USA/Polish  film ‘Mosquito State' and, Australian TV mini-series 'High Country' (with Leah Purcell) and a feature film 'Seriously Red' (with Rose Byrne) directed by Gracie Otto.

In 1981 Cezary composed  a symphony 'Home At Last' which was broadcasted nationally on SBS TV 

and in 1991 'Soundescape' - a musical journey through time and emotion which was commissioned by Victoria Arts Centre and performed multiple times during Melbourne and Adelaide Art Festivals.

The film score to Ana Kokkinos feature film 'Blessed' was performed live in two concerts by Adelaide Symphony Orchestra and the extended version of 'The Search 'from a feature 'Red Dog 'was performed live by Queensland Symphony Orchestra.
In 2008 and 2011 Cezary was a Music Director of APRA Screen Music Awards.

In 2016 'Red Dog - True Blue' soundtrack album reached no 1 on ARIA album charts.

Cezary conducted Melbourne Symphony Orchestra for two Cinema/TV ads - The Bottle Symphony and  Carlton Draught "Big Ad' - both became a sensation all over the world. 

Cezary contributed to the recordings of many artists including The Cat Empire, Things Of Stone and Wood, Killing Heidi, Jebediah, Hi-Ho, Corroboree and The Rocky Horror Show. 

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