Exir Kamalabadi

Exir Kamalabadi

Theatre Director, Assistant Director, Boom Operator, Crew, Grip, Production Assistant, Set Builder, Stage Director, Stage Manager and Student

Unionville, Connecticut

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January 2016
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About Exir

Poet and director, love avant-garde art of whatever form, but especially theatre and film. Chinese-Iranian-American, grew up in China, looking for any opportunity to be more involved with the industry

Unique traits: Fluent in Chinese and English, reasonably conversant in Farsi


  • Analysis

    Analysis (2014)
    Film (Animation, Short, Drama and Family) Art department Tina is a 13-year-old maths genius in an isolated world where solid and definite answers given by computer analysis are more comforting and secure than the ambiguity of human relations. This mathematical savant fills her world with imaginary visions rich with mathematical fantasies. However, her aspiration gets questioned by an unlikely mentor, Mr Richardson. This science teacher shares her genius but challenges her to connect with the human world. When Tina's family life is threatened, she must make a choice between retreating deeper into isolation or solving her 'human equation'. Written by Richard Trombly

  • Looper

    Looper (2012)
    Film by Rian Johnson (Action, Crime, Sci-Fi and Thriller) Art department In the year 2044, a man working for a group of killers called "Loopers" (they work for the mob and kill people who are sent blindfolded back in time from the year 2074 by their bosses) recognizes a victim as himself. He hesitates resulting in the escape of his older self. Written by malachmcfreak

  • Ghosts of Old Shanghai

    Ghosts of Old Shanghai (2011)
    Film by Eric Heise (Horror and Thriller) Sound department Ghosts of Old Shanghai is a Horror/Thriller film with elements of Chinese mythology, history, comedy, and martial arts. Set against the compelling backdrop of modern Shanghai, it's an entertaining and chilling horror experience that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Mark and Jessica move into an old Shanghai 'lane house' from the 1930s, and strange things start to happen. Mark finds odd symbols, and has disturbing experiences that lead him to believe he is haunted by shadows of Shanghai's violent past. Mark meets a handsome Chinese tour guide, a fascinating English neighbor, an absurd self-help guru, and an eccentric German historian. But who are his real friends? His descent into darkness leads to a deadly confrontation with an ancient evil. Written by Anonymous


  • Harrow International School of Beijing

  • University of Oxford

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