Łukasz Targosz (Polish pronunciation: wukaʂ tarɡoʂ; born 20 February 1977 in Cracow) is a Polish film composer, music and film 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 The Crown Witness, he gained recognition. In 2010 he was awarded during Roma Fiction Fest for the best music written for a TV series Marked.
He can boast of over 40 soundtracks for various cinematic projects - to begin with art house, through mainstream movies and animation, to end with new generation historic movies such as Stones for the Rampart by Robert Gliński, long awaited screen version of a classical Polish novel by Aleksander Kamiński. A romantic comedy entitled Letters to St. Nicolas achieved box-office success in Poland while the soundtrack quickly reached gold record status; Love and Dance is the first Polish dance movie which was watched by a record-breaking number of viewers; Insiders - a thriller TV series was reviewed as one of the best Polish TV series; Marked 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 was also a co-producer of Floating Skyscrapers by Tomasz Wasilewski, one of top award winning Polish movies in 2013 (International Film Festival in Karlovy Vary, T-Mobile New Horizons, Gdynia Film Festival).
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 Love and Dance), 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.