Updates to the Static Website 1.0 to a 3.0 World.

It's apparent that I hardly ever update this website. With all these platforms vying for your attention in exchange for tools, the old web 1.0 website is a lonely place. My last post was in Oct. 🙄

However, I think it's time to share some information.

A) CANYON, a project under MIRS Is coming in several mediums. Very, very soon. We locked a date, but I won't say.
B) Feature film MAN is in the final stages of Post Prod
C) Feature film THREE WORLDS is shortly behind but rushing to completions.

Several other projects are in various stages of development with one going up soon.

For CANYON, we teamed up with the incredible Ali Sabet who is painting five original works of art as part of the CANYON package. The original paintings, plus a very limited number of prints are available to own.

Pricing/availability is coming shortly.

With that, I'll leave you the first two trailers for this special collaboration.

Sabet + MIRS collaboration video campaign shot by Mahyar Alahyari  . Series produced by ANIMALS.

 

 

radio silence....

It's been a busy time, but also, one in which a certain amount of recalibration and silence was needed. I am back on this space, and intend to update more frequently.

Hope you're having the time of your life.

am

"Unleash Your Inner Beast" Supercar Commercial

ANIMALS Media Labs (my startup development/commercial house) delivered ahead of schedule our first major broadcast spot for American Supercar Maker, Rezvani Motors.

We present, THE BEAST supercar.

Credits:

Produced by Nima Rezai, ANIMALS, Merge Productions
Directed by Amir Motlagh
DP: John Honore
First AC: Alex Lim
Key Grip: Marty Anthony
Steadycam Op: Tim Dolan
Art Direction: Ali Sabet
Written by Charles Borg & Amir Motlagh
Voice: Amen-Ra Palacio
Sound Design: Ojan Missaghi, Mike Moeding @ STEMSPOST 
Score: Randin Graves
Color: Kelly Reese @ DELUXE
Grooming: Mikal Sky

Recent stuff....

Why have I not been updating consistently? I guess you will see soon enough friends. Ok, not to be cryptic, but yes, projects have been consuming of late. My development house ANIMALS  has had a couple commercial projects due, and I helmed one of them. 

And between that, and the film I currently have in post, its a nice balancing act that I enjoy, but I have to subtract somewhere.

This is the subtraction, but only for a brief time. 

Also, THINGS WITH AMIR MOTLAGH is going to continue, regardless of how you feel about it.

Cheers,
am