Alexander Mirecki's ambitious "concert in the woods" movie finds two dozen characters--some more dazed and confused than others--descending on a treelined shack for one night of revelry scored by four bands: Manicorn, Night Control, Pedestrian Deposit and Nice Face. Lou Taylor Pucci plays the concert promoter with the unenviable task of maintaining a semblance of order amidst the hook-ups and bustups (featuring the very same participants). The forest has always factored heavily in fairytales. And by the time the last distorted note fades out, this party has become the stuff of urban legend.
CAST & CREW
Leah Fong, Michael Younesi
Alexander Mirecki, Ryan Kasmiskie
Director of Photography
Lou Taylor Pucci, James Duval, Stella Maeve, Nora Kirkpatrick, Morgan Krantz
Forest Night Film
Alexander Mirecki was born in New YorkCity to a Jewish mother and Armenian father. He was raised in Tel-Aviv, Israel, and in 2005, moved to Los Angeles to attend film school at the University of Southern California. He began working on the screenplay for All Together Now while still in college and later teamed up with fellow alum, Ryan Kasmiskie. In 2012, he won the LA Weekly Theater Award for his experimental video work in the Ensemble Studio Theater production of Gregory Moss’ House of Gold. Alexander’s recent work is a trilogy of short films entitled Bedlam.
Trembling Gaze Unmoving (2008, short), Youth Bursts Wildly (2009, short), All Together Now (2012), Bedlam (2013, short).