Karel Antonín

Karel Antonín is a music composer from Prague, Czech Republic. He has composed music for over 80 projects, including short films, feature films, video games, plays, trailers, and commercials in various genres. Antonín has received six awards, including the 48 Hours Film Project Prague Best Score Award for two consecutive years and the Best Score Award during the Irish Underground Cinema Awards for his score from the short drama Unlocking Charlie.

He started writing music when he was 20 years old. Subsequently, he had the opportunity to compose for several short movies, including Perfidia (starring Karel Roden, Marian Roden, Lukáš Langmajer and Teresa Branna) and Unlocking Charlie (winner of The Best Short Film and The Best Score at Irish Underground Cinema Awards 2011). A year later he composed scores for TV series Hysteria, Amnesty International’s Healthcare Guaranteed campaign, the feature film A Killer in Prague and the video game Miner Wars. His latest projects include feature films Taxi 121, Montenegro, Xmas Cuts, the short film Grafters as well as video games – Space Engineers, Medieval Engineers (award for a technical contribution at Czech Game of the Year 2014) and Dex (award for an artistic/audiovisual contribution at Czech Game of the Year 2014).