Tag: Nima Fakhrara

MP3: 1979 Revolution – Black Friday (2016)

MP3: 1979 Revolution – Black Friday (2016)

July 22, 2016 | By

No stranger to scoring video games, Nima Fakhrara’s music is as unusual as the interactive game’s design in which players can take several differing paths as they’re immersed in the world of the 1979 Islamic Revolution with turned Iran into a theocracy…

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MP3: Girl in the Photographs, The (2015)

MP3: Girl in the Photographs, The (2015)

July 22, 2016 | By

The last film executive produced by the late Wes Craven was graced by an inventive score by Nima Fakhrara (The Signal), which is built around “Colleen,” a short theme rendered on piano that trails off like an elegant, long forgotten chamber piece before restarting and re-emphasizing the theme’s inherent tragic tone…

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Podcast with composer Nima Fakhrara (1979 Revolution: Black Friday + The Girl in the Photographs)

Podcast with composer Nima Fakhrara (1979 Revolution: Black Friday + The Girl in the Photographs)

July 21, 2016 | By

iTunes, Libsyn, and YouTube podcast interview with Persian-American composer Nima Fakhrara + CD reviews of the discussed soundtracks The Girl in the Photographs and 1979 Revolution: Black Friday (both from Lakeshore Records).

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Podcast Interview with Nima Fakhrara + the music of The Signal (2014)

Podcast Interview with Nima Fakhrara + the music of The Signal (2014)

October 27, 2014 | By

Podcast interview with Iranian-born film composer Nima Fakhrara and the music of The Signal (2014) + some updates.

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Soundtrack Reviews

Soundtrack Reviews

August 5, 2014 | By

Soundtrack reviews of Nima Fakhrara’s The Signal and Marco Beltrami’s Snowpiercer (both from Varese Sarabande) + Ceiri Torjussen’s Test (MovieScore Media) and Jeff Grace’s Hellbenders (Screamworks).

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CD: Signal, The (2014)

CD: Signal, The (2014)

August 4, 2014 | By

Newcomer Nima Fakhrara delivers a striking futuristic score using a blend of electronics and ancient organic sounds for The Signal, somewhat evoking the glassy tones of Cliff Martinez (Solaris). After a loosely constructed main theme, The Signal quickly…

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