Miro Kepinski is an award-winning film composer, producer, performer and unique musician who has been playing and composing for several years with guitar, piano and sitar. Graduating from a Classical Music school in Mlawa, Poland as Musician Instrumentalist (Classical Guitar), he then expanded his musical knowledge by enrolling at the Jazz faculty of the Academy of Music in Katowice, Poland, graduating with the title ‘Bachelor of Art’. Miro has gone on to enjoy a career playing a broad palette of musical styles including classical, rock and electronic. Miro composes mainly for film and his compositions can be heard in productions all over the world from Sydney to Los Angeles.
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The Wounds We Cannot See
Documentary (Crime, Documentary, Drama, Thriller and 1 More) Composer BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE at Long Beach Indie Film Festival 2016 The Wounds We Cannot See tells the gripping story of Nancy Ross, who while serving in the United States Navy was violently raped. Battling PTSD, addiction and depression every day, Nancy must chose to live life either as a victim or as a survivor. Written by Alexander Freeman
Film (Short, Drama, Sci-Fi and Thriller) Composer When a elevator gets stopped purgatory, a representative of the United States, Syria and Russia argue about immigration, race and their reasons for wanting nuclear war.
Film (Short, Drama and Sci-Fi) Composer Imagine you've invented a device that can control human emotions. With a click of a button you can make someone happy or sad. You can make them feel hungry, sleepy, stressed, inspired or even, fall in love. A device that could influence a person's personality and control their every decision - Warren, an aged scientist, creates a hacking device that can control human hormones with the deepest intention to use it to benefit society. But when one of his colleagues produces a lethal biological weapon, Warren is forced to use his invention not to benefit society, but to protect it.
Image of the Enemy
Film (Documentary and Short) Composer "Image of the Enemy" examines the perpetuation of conflict between Israelis and Palestinians. Shot on location, the film follows peripheral narratives through the voices of Israeli and Palestinian activists, students, religious leaders, child psychologists, among others. The project stands on the sociological idea of "othering", and uses this conflict to highlight how societies create an "enemy".
Film (Short and Drama) Composer Originally from Irán, Aameen fled to the United States with his parents to start a new life after violence arose in his home country. Balancing the stress of school and a job, Aameen struggles to achieve perfection.
Television (Reality-TV) Composer Pawn Stars takes you inside the colorful world of the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop based in Las Vegas, Nevada. Watch as three generations of the Harrison Family jointly run the business and experience clashing and camaraderie. They're the experts at wheeling and dealing, with a keen eye for authentic goods. With unforgettable characters and fascinating items, Pawn Stars presents an addictively entertaining television innovation.
Film (Short and Comedy) Composer Modern technology interferes with the natural interaction of an older man and his younger lover.
Film (Short and Drama) Composer Joanne, is a young poor pregnant woman. Not sure what she should do because money is tight, Joanne goes in for a usual check up with her doctor. Upon her visit her doctor informs her that a rare heart defect. Not sure if she wants a child at all, she contemplates an abortion which is scheduled to take place in the next seven days. Meanwhile, Joanne's unborn child imagines his hypothetical life, through childhood, college, marriage and finally, old age. Written by Anonymous
Film (Short and Drama) Composer While playing ball an innocent child's life is cut short when a driver is distracted while texting a friend.
The Last Taboo
Film (Documentary and Romance) Composer The Last Taboo tells the gripping and heart-warming story of six people with various physical disabilities and an able-bodied partner who was in a relationship with one of them. These individuals share their perspectives on intimacy, relationships and what their experiences have taught them about themselves. The Last Taboo asks us to to step outside of our comfort zones in order to reconsider our misconceptions regarding disability, identity, gender, attraction, beauty and sexuality. Written by Alexander Freeman
Toiletries on the Table or: The Year I Got Angry and Broke My Saxophone
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Does Your Uncle Know?
Film (Short, Comedy and Drama) Composer After their uncle's death, a dysfunctional family decides to stuff the body and keep him in their home, allowing them to reveal their deepest secrets to him and bringing them closer together.
Ultragore Recordings Mixing Contest - 3rd place