Video and Filmmaker Phil Harder
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Phil Harder is a video and filmmaker who was born in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, and moved to the Twin Cities in the mid-1980s. While playing with bands Breaking Circus and Big Trouble House, he began shooting videos for other bands he met on the road. As his reputation as a video-maker grew, so did his projects. In the '90s Phil directed large-scale video productions for Babes In Toyland, Low, Foo Fighters, Prince, Liz Phair, Cornershop and many others. Since the, he's ventured into feature-length films, including "The Claw," a fantasy/reality film about Minnesota wrestler, Baron Von Raschke. Danny Sigelman produced this story for KFAI.