Normand Corbeil (April 6, 1956 – January 25, 2013) was a Canadian composer known for his work on films, video games and television.
Corbeil won a BAFTA Award and an Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences award for composing the soundtrack for the 2010 PlayStation 3 video game, Heavy Rain. He also composed for the 2005 game, Fahrenheit, also known as Indigo Prophecy, the game Beyond: Two Souls is the last soundtrack that Corbeil composed, sadly he was unable to finish it. Because of that, the game is dedicated to him.
Corbeil composed music for television and film. His credits included the films Double Jeopardy in 1999, Extreme Ops in 2002, and The Statement in 2003, as well as the short film, Kara. His television work included the 2009 ABC television series, V. He received two Emmy Award nominations for his compositions.
- Peinfeld (1991)
- Kids Of The Round Table (1995)
- Screamers (1995)
- Frankenstein And Me (1996)
- Twist of Fate (1997)
- Never Too Late (1997)
- The Kid (1997)
- The Assignment (1997)
- Airspeed (1998)
- Escape from Wildcat Canyon (1998)
- Double Jeopardy (1999)
- The Art of War (2000)
- Pretty When You Cry (2001)
- Extreme Ops (2002)
- Lost Junction (2003)
- The Statement (2003)
- The Contract (2006)
- Living with the Dead (2002)
- Hitler: The Rise of Evil (2003)
- The Pentagon Papers (2003)
- Defending Our Kids : The Julie Posey Story (2003)
- Frankenstein (2004)
- Lies My Mother Told Me (2005)
- Human Trafficking (2005)
- The Last Templar (2008)
- Fahrenheit (2005)
- Heavy Rain (2010)
- Beyond: Two Souls (unfinished due to his death; completed by Lorne Balfe; 2013)
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