Łukasz Targosz (Polish pronunciation: wukaʂ targoʂ) (born 20 February 1977 in Cracow) - a Polish film composer and music producer. A graduate from The Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice (Jazz and Pop Music Department) in 2002.
He started his career as a session musician. After writing music for a movie entitled Świadek koronny, he gained recognition. In 2010 he was awarded during Roma Fiction Fest for the best music written for a TV series Naznaczony.
Films, for which he composed music, are very popular. A romantic comedy entitled Letters to St. Nicolas achieved box-office success in Poland while the soundtrack quickly reached gold record status; Kochaj i tańcz is the first Polish dance movie which was watched by a record-breaking number of viewers; Odwróceni - a thriller TV series was reviewed as one of the best Polish TV series; Naznaczony was nominated during such festivals as RoseD'or, Monte-Carlo Television Festival and Roma Fition Fest; the animation entitled The Game, which he also co-produced, was awarded during numerous international festivals, e.g. Boston International Film Festival, Mexico International Film Festival, On Location: Memphis International Film and Music Fest, Canada International Film Festival, Indie Fest. What is more, The Game was the only Polish animation which stood a chance to win an Oscar for the year 2012.
He cooperated with various well-known artists, among them: Jennifer Batten (together they performed solos for Michael Jackson's Dirty Diana, which was used in the movie entitled Kochaj i tańcz), Renata Przemyk, Grzegorz Turnau, Janusz Radek, Robert Janowski, Doda, Afromental band.
He is a co-owner of the Music Production Studio SPOT which was found in 1999.
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