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JAMES HORNER FILM MUSIC | December 10, 2016 |

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FILMOGRAPHY

2016
The Magnificent Seven, western directed by Antoine Fuqua (Sony Pictures Releasing, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures Inc. and Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc.)
 
2015
One Day in Auschwitz, documentary directed by Steve Purcell (USC Shoah Foundation Institute / Discovery Channel)
Wolf Totem, adventure drama directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud (China Film Group / Reperage)
Living in the Age of Airplanes, IMAX documentary directed by Brian J. Terwilliger (Terwilliger Productions)
Southpaw, drama directed by Antoine Fuqua (Escape Artists / Fuqua Films / Riche Productions)
The 33, drama directed by Patricia Riggen (Half Circle / Phoenix Pictures)

 
2012
First in Flight, short film directed by Brandon Hess (A.F.I.)
The Amazing Spider-Man, super-hero film directed by Marc Webb (Sony Pictures)
For Greater Glory : The True Story Of Cristiada, historical drama directed by Dean Wright (NewLand Films)
 
2011
• Black Gold, drama directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud (Quinta Communications)
 
2010
• The Karate Kid, action film directed by Harald Zwart (Columbia Pictures)
 
2009
• Avatar, science-fiction film directed by James Cameron (Twentieth Century Fox)
 
2008
• The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas, historical drama directed by Mark Herman (Miramax Films)
• The Spiderwick Chronicles, heroic-fantasy film directed by Mark Waters (Paramount Pictures)
 
2007
• The Life Before Her Eyes, dramatic thriller directed by Vadim Perelman (2929 Productions)
 
2006
• Apocalypto, action-drama directed by Mel Gibson (Icon / Touchstone Pictures)
• All the King’s Men, drama directed by Steven Zaillan (Columbia Pictures)
• The New World, drama directed by Terence Malick (New Line Cinema)
 
2005
• The Legend of Zorro, adventure film directed by Martin Campbell (Columbia Pictures)
• Flightplan, dramatic thriller directed by Robert Schwentke (Touchstone Pictures / Imagine Entertainment)
• The Chumscrubber, drama directed by Arie Posin (El Camino Pictures / Go Fish Pictures)
 
2004
• The Forgotten, drama directed by Ruben (Revolution Studios / Columbia Pictures)
• Troy, peplum directed by Wolfgang Petersen (Warner Bros. Pictures)
• Bobby Jones: Stroke of Genius, biopic drama directed by Rowdy Herrington (Bobby Jones Films LLC / Columbia Tristar)
 
2003
• House of Sand and Fog, drama directed by Vadim Perelman (DreamWorks SKG)
• The Missing, western drama directed by Ron Howard (Columbia Pictures)
• Radio, drama directed by Michael Tollin (Columbia Pictures)
• Beyond Borders, war/drama directed by Martin Campbell (Paramount Pictures)
 
2002
• The Four Feathers, adventure drama directed by Shekhar Kapur (Paramount Pictures / Miramax Films)
• Windtalkers, war film directed by John Woo (MGM)
• Iris, biopic drama directed by Richard Eyre (Miramax Films)
 
2001
• A Beautiful Mind, biopic drama directed by Ron Howard (Universal Pictures)
• Enemy at the Gates, historical drama directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud (Paramount Pictures)
 
2000
• How The Grinch Stole Christmas, fantasy comedy directed by Ron Howard (Universal Pictures)
• The Perfect Storm, drama directed by Wolfgang Peterson (Warner Bros. Pictures)
• Freedom Song, television drama directed by Phil Alden Robinson (Turner Films Inc.)
 
1999
• Bicentennial Man, science-fiction film directed by Chris Columbus (Touchstone Pictures)
 
1998
• Mighty Joe Young, adventure film directed by Ron Underwood (Walt Disney Pictures)
• The Mask of Zorro, adventure film directed by Martin Campbell (TriStar Pictures)
• Deep Impact, science-fiction film directed by MimiLeder (Paramount Pictures / DreamWorks SKG)
 
1997
• Titanic, historical drama directed by James Cameron (Twentieth Century Fox)
• The Devil’s Own, thriller directed by J. Pakula (Columbia Pictures)
 
1996
• Ransom, thriller directed by Ron Howard (Touchstone Pictures)
• To Gillian On Her 37th Birthday, drama directed by Michael Pressman (Sony Pictures Entertainment)
• Courage Under Fire, drama directed by Edward Zwick (Twentieth Century Fox)
• The Spitfire Grill, drama directed by Lee David Zlotoff (Columbia Pictures)
 
1995
• Balto, animation film directed by Simon Wells (Universal Pictures)
• Jumanji, fantasy directed by Joe Johnston (TriStar Pictures)
• Jade, thriller directed by William Friedkin (Paramount Pictures)
• Apollo 13, historical drama directed by Ron Howard (Universal Pictures)
• Casper, fantasy directed by Brad Silberling (Universal Pictures)
• Braveheart, historical drama directed by Mel Gibson (Paramount Pictures)
 
1994
• Legends of the Fall, drama directed by Edward Zwick (TriStar Pictures)
• The Pagemaster, animation film directed by (Twentieth Century Fox)
• Clear And Present Danger, action film directed by Philip Noyce (Paramount Pictures)
 
1993
• The Pelican Brief, thriller directed by Alan J. Pakula (Warner Bros. Pictures)
• We’re Back! A Dinosaur’s Story, animation film directed by Dick Zondag, Ralph Zondag, Phil Nibbelink et Simon Wells (Universal Pictures)
• Bopha!, drama directed directed by Morgan Freeman (Paramount Pictures)
• The Man Without A Face, drama directed by Mel Gibson (Warner Bros. Pictures)
• Searching For Bobby Fischer, drama directed by Steven Zaillian (Paramount Pictures)
• Hocus Pocus, fantasy directed by Kenny Ortega (Walt Disney Pictures): “Sarah’s Theme”, performed by Sarah Jessica Parker, lyrics by Brock Walsh
• Once Upon A Forest, animation film directed by Charles Grosvenor (Twentieth Century Fox)
• Jack The Bear, comedy directed by Marshall Herskovitz (Twentieth Century Fox)
• A Far Off Place, family adventure film directed by Mikael Salomon (Walt Disney Pictures)
• Swing Kids, drama directed by Thomas Carter (Buena Vista Pictures)
 
1992
• Croassroads, theme from the series directed by Michael Apted (Lorimar Television)
• House of Cards, drama directed by Michael Lessac (Miramax Films)
• Patriot Games, action film directed by Philip Noyce (Paramount Pictures)
• Unlawful Entry, action film directed by Jonathan Kaplan (Twentieth Century Fox)
• Thunderheart, drama directed by Michael Apted (TriStar Pictures)
• Sneakers, action film directed by Phil Alden Robinson (Universal Pictures)
• Fish Police, television animation serie directed by Hanna-Barbera, theme and pilot “The Shell Game” (CBS)
 
1991
• An American Tail: Fievel Goes West, animation film directed by Phil Nibbelink and Simon Wells (Universal Pictures)
• The Rocketeer, adventure film directed by Joe Johnston (Walt Disney Pictures / Touchstone Pictures)
• Class Action, drama-thriller directed by Michael Apted (Twentieth Century Fox)
• My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys, drama directed by Stuart Rosenberg (The Samuel Goldwyn Company)
• Once Around, comedy directed by Lasse Hallström (Universal Pictures)
• Norman and the Killer, short-drama directed by Bob Graham (American Film Institute)
 
1990
• Extreme Close-Up, television drama directed by Peter Horton (NBC)
• Another 48 Hours, action film directed by Walter Hill (Paramount Pictures)
• Tales From the Crypt, third episode from the Season 2 (“Cutting Cards”), directed by Walter Hill (HBO)
• I Love You To Death, comedy directed by Lawrence Kasdan (TriStar Pictures)
 
1989
• Glory, historical drama directed by Edward Zwick (TriStar Pictures)
• Dad, drama directed by Gary David Goldberg (Universal Pictures)
• In Country, drama directed by Norman Jewison (Warner Bros. Pictures)
• Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, fantasy-comedy directed by Joe Johnston (Walt Disney Pictures)
• Tummy Trouble, short animation film directed by Rob Minkoff (Walt Disney Pictures)
• Field of Dreams, drama directed by Phil Alden Robinson (Universal Pictures)
 
1988
• Cocoon – The Return, science-fiction film directed by Daniel Petrie (Twentieth Century Fox)
• The Land Before Time, animation film directed by Don Bluth (Universal Pictures)
• Vibes, comedy directed by Ken Kwapis (Columbia Pictures)
• Red Heat, comedy directed by Walter Hill (Columbia Pictures)
• Willow, heroic-fanstasy film directed by Ron Howard (MGM)
 
1987
• *batteries not included, science-fiction film directed by Matthew Robbins (Universal Pictures)
• Project X, science-fiction film directed by Jonathan Kaplan (Twentieth Century Fox)
 
1986
• An American Tail, animation film directed by Don Bluth (Universal Pictures)
The Name der Rose, thriller-drama directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud (Twentieth Century Fox / ZDF)
• Captain EO, short movie directed by Francis Ford Coppola (Walt Disney Attractions)
• Where the River Runs Black, drama directed by Christopher Cain (MGM)
• Aliens, science-fiction film directed by James Cameron (Twentieth Century Fox)
• Off-Beat, comedy directed by Michael Dinner (Touchstone Pictures)
 
1985
• In Her Own Time, documentary directed by Lynne Littman (Direct Cinema Limited)
• Amazing Stories Alamo Jobe, TV series by Steven Spielberg, épisode 3 from the first season directed by Michael D. Moore (NBC)
• Commando, action movie directed by Mark L. Lester (Twentieth Century Fox)
• The Journey of Natty Gann, family-adventure film directed by Jeremy Kagan (Walt Disney Pictures)
• Volunteers, comedy by Nicholas Meyer (TriStar Pictures)
• Cocoon, science-fiction film by Ron Howard (Twentieth Century Fox)
• Faerie Tale Theatre: The Pied Piper of Hamelin, TV series by Shelley Duvall, épisode 3 from the fourth season directed by Nicholas Meyer (Fox Video)
• Surviving, television drama directed by Waris Hussein (ABC / Warner Bros. Television)
• Heaven Help Us, drama directed by Michael Dinner (TriStar Pictures)
• Let’s Go, short film directed by Douglas Trumbull (Showscan Film Corporation)
 
1984
• Star Trek III – The Search For Spock, science-fiction film directed by Leonard Nimoy (Paramount Pictures)
• The Stone Boy, drama directed by Christopher Cain (Twentieth Century Fox)
 
1983
• Uncommon Valor, action film directed by Ted Kotcheff (Paramount Pictures)
• Gorky Park, thriller directed by Michael Apted (Orion Pictures)
• The Dresser, drama directed by Peter Yates (Columbia Pictures)
• Testament, drama directed by Lynne Littman (Paramount Pictures)
• Brainstorm, science-fiction film directed by Douglas Trumbull (MGM)
• Between Friends, drama directed by Lou Antonio (HBO)
• Krull, heroic-fantasy film directed by Peter Yates (Columbia Pictures)
• Something Wicked This Way Comes, fantasy directed by Jack Clayton (Walt Disney Pictures)
 
1982
• 48 Hours, action film directed by Walter Hill (Paramount Pictures)
• Star Trek II – The Wrath of Kahn, science-fiction film by Nicholas Meyer (Paramount Pictures)
• Rascals and Robbers: The Secret Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn, television film directed by Dick Lowry (CBS)
• P.K. and the Kid, drama directed by Lou Lombardo (Warner Bros. Pictures)
• A Piano For Mrs. Cimino, drama directed by George Schaefer (CBS)
 
1981
• The Pursuit of D.B. Cooper, adventure film directed by Roger Spottiswoode and Buzz Kulik (Universal Pictures)
• A Few Days in Weasel Creek, television film directed by Dick Lowry (CBS)
• Deadly Blessing, horror film directed by Wes Craven (United Artists)
• Wolfen, horror film directed by Michael Wadleigh (Orion / Warner Bros. Pictures)
• The Hand, horror film directed by Oliver Stone (Orion / Warner Bros. Pictures)
• Angel Dusted, television drama directed by Dick Lowry (NBC)
 
1980
• Battle Beyond the Stars, science-fiction film directed by Jimmy T. Murakami and Roger Corman (New World Pictures)
• Humanoids From The Deep, science-fiction/horror film directed by Barbara Peeters and Jimmy T. Murakami (New World Pictures)
 
1979
• The Lady in Red, action film directed by Lewis Teague (New World Pictures)
• Up From the Depths, horror film directed by Charles B. Griffith (New World Pictures)
 
1978
• Fantasies (American Film Institute)
• Gist and Evans (American Film Institute)
• Landscapes (American Film Institute)
• Just for a Laugh (American Film Institute)
• The Watcher (American Film Institute)
• The Drought, television film directed by Dick Lowry (American Film Institute)
 
Divers
• The Flying Horsemen (Flight Demonstration Music, The Fourth Horsemen), dedicated to the acrobatic pilots, The Horsemen (Airshow Buzz)
• CBS Films Logo Music 
• CBS Evening News (themes for the information broadcast CBS) 
• Icon Productions (theme for the logo) 
• THX “Cimarron” (theme for the spot THX “Cimarron”) 
• Universal Pictures (theme for the logo 75th anniversary used between 1990 and 1997) 
• Imagine Entertainment (theme and logo)
 

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