Cezary Skubiszewski wins 2011 Inside Film Award for Red Dog score
Posted on 17 Nov 2011
Congratulations goes to Cezary Skubiszewski (Alberts composer) on his most recent award. Cezary received the 'Best Music award' at the 2011 Inside Film (IF) Awards for his score in this years biggest Australian film, Red Dog.
Awarded last night in Sydney, Red Dog also won the Best Feature Film, Best Direction (Kriv Stenders), Best Cinematography (Geoff Hall), Best Actor (Josh Lucas), Best Script (Daniel Taplitz) and Best Box Office Achievement categories. The film has made more than $21 Million at the box office since opening in August.
Cezary Skubiszewski is one of Australia's leading film composers with award winning scores for films such as La Spagnola, Bootmen and Two Hands to his credit. Born in Warsaw (Poland) he studied piano from the age of 6, migrated to Australia in 1974 and has composed and played in a number of rock, jazz and classical groups. Cezary has composed music for television films and programmes and wrote music for advertising campaigns (Carlton Draught 'Big Ad' and 'VB Symphony').
The Inside Film Awards is an annual awards ceremony and broadcast platform for the Australian film industry. The awards are determined by a national audience poll which differentiates from the AFI (Australian Film Institute) Awards which are judged by industry professionals.