Harald Kloser

Harald Kloser (born July 9, 1956) is an Austrian film composer, producer and screenwriter. Since his critical and commercial breakthrough in 2005, in which he won the BMI Film Music Award for both of his scores for Alien vs. Predator and The Day After Tomorrow,[1] he has become a regular collaborator of the latter's director, Roland Emmerich, having composed music for every one of the director's films since 2004, excluding Stonewall (2015). Out of those films, all but Anonymous (2011) have been collaborations with fellow composer Thomas Wander.

Besides composing original scores, Kloser has also produced and co-written several films, among them 10,000 BC (2008) and 2012 (2009).

Harald Kloser
Born July 9, 1956 (age 62)
Hard, Vorarlberg, Austria
Occupation film composer, producer and writer
Years active 1988-present
Spouse(s)
Désirée Nosbusch (m. 1991–2002)

Filmography

Year Title Credited as
Composer Producer or
Executive Producer
Writer or
Co-writer
1997 Comedian Harmonists Yes No No
1999 The Thirteenth Floor Yes No No
2000 Eine Handvoll Gras Yes No No
2001 Der Tunnel Yes No No
2002 Sins of the Father (TV film) Yes No No
2002 Dracula (TV film) Yes No No
2002 RFK (TV film) Yes No No
2003 Rudy: The Rudy Giuliani Story (TV film) Yes No No
2004 The Day After Tomorrow Yes No No
Alien vs. Predator Yes No No
2006 Sturmflut Yes No No
2008 10,000 B.C. Yes Yes Yes
2009 2012 Yes Yes Yes
2011 Anonymous Yes No No
2013 White House Down Yes Yes No
2016 Independence Day: Resurgence Yes Yes No

References

  1. ^ Harald Kloser at SoundtrackNet

External links

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