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Cezary Skubiszewski

Picnic At Hanging Rock (2018) - Mini- Series

Monsieur Mayonnaise (2016) - Documentary

The Broken Shore (2013) - TV Movie

The Sapphires (2012) - Feature Film

Red Dog (2011) - Feature Film

Beneath Hill 60 (2010) - Feature Film

Bran Nue Dae (2009) - Feature Film

Blessed (2009) - Feature Film

Death Defying Acts (2007) - Feature Film

Two Hands (1999) - Feature Film

VIC

Composer for film, television and orchestra whose work claimed numerous awards. Cezary’s credits include “Death Defying Acts”(with Catherine Zeta Jones) Lilian’s Story (with Tony Collette), Two Hands (with Heath Ledger), Tiger (with Mickey Rourke), The Sapphires (with Jessica Mauboy) and most recently TV mini series “Picnic At Hanging Rock” with Natalie Dormer. Cezary’s music from a feature film “Blessed” was performed in a concert by Adelaide Symphony Orchestra in 2017 and from “Red Dog” by Queensland Symphony Orchestra in 2018. Cezary was a musical director of APRA Screen Music Awards in 2008 and 2011. In 2003 Cezary received Centenary Medal “For Service To Australian Society And Australian Film Production”.

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