New MIRS single HAFIZ DRINKS FROM THE CUP OF TIME V1 out now on Bandcamp. Full soundtrack releases early next week on all major platforms, with most of the tracks composed and produced by Chicago musician Stephen Holliger (swim ignorant fire).
MAN is directed by Amir Motlagh, written by Amir Motlagh & Charles Borg and produced by ANIMALS. The film stars Amir Motlagh & Rachel Sciacca. Available now on Vimeo On Demand, Amazon Prime in a few days, and a plethora of digital platforms soon to follow.
The new track is composed & produced by MIRS.
The score releases shortly after with original music from Chicago artist Stephen Holliger (SwimIgnorantFire) and MIRS.
About the film: MAN is a vertité-style day-in-the-life story about a computer programmer who lives a secluded existence in L.A.'s Laurel Canyon. His sole real-life companions are his two dogs; everyone else--friends, colleagues, family--he only connects with through technological mediation, via phones and computers.
Saturday - MIRS (lyric video)
This 2018 feature film written & directed by Amir Motlagh features one MIRS track. We're stoked to see it finally make its way into the public sphere.
The score you hear was composed by Julian DW Brink. You might not know the name now, but in time, you will.
Three Worlds (2018) is a psychological science fiction drama that explores the three lives, or 'worlds,' of a man who undergoes an experiment that triggers haunting memories and alternate life 'memories.
Written & Directed by Amir Motlagh
Produced by ANIMALS, Amir Motlagh, Charles Borg
Director of Photography: Amir Motlagh
Editing: Bryan Tuck, Amir Motlagh
Original Score by Julian DW Brink
Sound Designer & Re-Recording Mixer: Stephen Holliger
1/3 of the THREE MARKS, TOO MANY SIGNALS trilogy.
Episode 54 of the Zebras in America podcast hosted by Pinnland Empire (Marcus Pinn & Scott Thorough) features an interview with our creator, Amir Motlagh. Listen in as we discuss MIRS, two new feature films slated for release in 2018 (MAN + THREE WORLDS) and a host of other things.
MIRS music is embedded subliminally in both films.