BIOGRAPHY

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BIOGRAPHY

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Adrian Cermak is a music composer for film and television, whose music has strengthened many projects including the latest global campaigns for SKODA, a documentary film ‘It Feels Personal’ (TRIBECA Festival, official selection), a fiction short ‘The Dinner After’ (BAFTA qualifying Glasgow Film Festival, official selection), a 10-part TV Series “Cervene Pasky”, and many more.

 

Adrian prides himself in being versatile, writing music in a variety of styles from classical orchestral, through hybrid, to fully electronic, but also enjoys experimenting with new sounds, creating dark and visceral textures, and building unique musical instruments for the right project.

 

After having gone through undergraduate education at London College of Music and MA in Music for Films at the National Film and Television School, Adrian has now moved to Prague where he built his studio and continues working on various films and commercials internationally.

COMPOSING CREDITS

Films

Ascent (2022) - Animation, Directed by Matti Vesanen

Whiteboy (2021) - Fiction, Directed by Matty Crawford

Silence (2021) - Documentary, Directed by Arnas Pigulevičius

Water Colour (2021) - Science Natural History, Directed by Jospeh Davies

It Feels Personal (2021) - Documentary, Directed by Hugh Clegg

The Dinner After (2021) - Fiction, Directed by Matty Crawford

Square Peg Round Hole (2021) - Fiction, Directed by B. Welby-Delimere

Ikony Štefan Svetko (2020) - Documentary, Directed by Maroš Milčík

The Rivers & I (2020) - Science Natural History, Directed by Joe Davies

A Marriage, Apart (2020) - Documentary, Directed by Sarah Li

Shanghai Story (2019) - Feature Fiction. Directed by Andrei Iliev

The Last Pizza (2019) - Fiction Short, Directed by Gert Kombate

The Killing Game (2017) - Fiction, Directed by Andrei Iliev

TV

Duel Šampiónov (2022) - Quiz Show, RTVS, Produced by LEON production

Červené Pásky (2020) - TV Series, TV Markíza, Produced by 

Games

Frame Of Mind (2021) - Video Game, Directed by Hattie Galilee

Dehumanize (2020) - Stealth Game, Directed by Stephen Glenister and Hattie Galilee