Arts Centre Melbourne presents
Composure: Cezary Skubiszewski
Hear one of Australia’s leading film composers talk about his craft.
Cezary Skubiszewski has written music for many iconic Australian films such as Bran Nue Dae (2009), Red Dog (2011) and The Sapphires (2012). His score for the 1999 film Two Hands won him the Best Film Score Award from APRA at the annual Screen Music awards and he has won two AFI awards for Best Original Music Score for his soundtracks to Bootmen and La spagnola. He has also written music for the Sydney Olympics, AFL Finals, Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth games and the Carlton Draught Big Ad campaign.
Here is a rare opportunity to hear Cezary talk about his music and his vast experience in the world of film music composition, recording and performance. Gain insight into this intriguing world and hear stories and insights from a true creative professional.
"I still think that I'm on a journey to discover more about myself, about what I can come up with. With every job, you feel like you are always challenging yourself” – Cezary Skubiszewski
WHEN: Friday 16 September, 7pm (Duration: 90 minutes)
VENUE: The Channel see the map for the location.
BOOKING: By Phone: 1300 182 183
FREE (bookings required)
Please note: These tickets will hold your place until 10 minutes before the event. After this the doors will be opened to the general public.