Cezary Skubiszewski is a film and TV composer whose work has received international acclaim, winning awards from APRA AMCOS, Inside Film and the Film Critics Circle of Australia, the Centenary Medal 2003 and a Film Circle of Australia 2010 award. He was served as Musical Director of the APRA AMCOS/AGSC Screen Music Awards in 2008 and 2011.
Cezary has recently completed scoring the highly-anticipated TV mini-series Picnic at Hanging Rock.
Cezary’s first film score was for Lilian’s Story (1996), staring Toni Collette. This was followed by Bootmen (2000) and La Spagnola (2001), for which he collected Best Original Music awards from the Australian Film Institute.
His work on the 1999 film Two Hands saw Cezary collect the Best Film Score Award from APRA AMCOS. This was followed by the mini-series After the Deluge (2003) with Hugo Weaving and Rachel Griffiths, and Death Defying Acts (2007) for which he also received Best Film Score Awards.
Audiences have heard Cezary’s work in a range of recent films: The Book of Revelation (2006), Blessed (2009), Night (2008), Bran Nue Dae (2009), Red Dog (2011) and The Sapphires (2012).
In 2017 Cezary received an AACTA Award for his score to Monsieur Mayonnaise.