Archive for March, 2019

Nighty-Night, Everyone…
Sleepy Time Theremin with Faure’s “Berceuse”

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Here, from Gabirel Faure’s Dolly Suite is his “Berceuse” (lullaby). Accompanied by Tara Buzash on the
piano, the theremin hopes to lull you to sleep.

 

The New Film from Michael Jason Allen:
“EMULATOR” – Good News…and Bad News

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The GOOD News is…

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In writer/director/actor Michael Jason Allen’s seventh feature film, EMULATOR, after 50 years in prison,
Dr. Charles Sorland (depicted here with his attorney), is receiving the good news that he’s being granted
limited parole. A convicted serial killer at the age of 18, Sorland has turned his life around. With a degree in
psychology and education, he’s become model prisoner and an author/advocate at the leading edge of prisoner
reform methodology.

 

The BAD news is that a druggy goth weirdo has taken a liking to Charlie’s old M.O. and is killing people
exactly the way Charlie did 50 years ago. Now the cops are after Charlie – for his help.

 

For more information about all of Michael Jason Allen’s films, visit: www.hesaidshesaidproductions.com

 

On the Trail of a Copycat

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After fifty years in prison, psychologist Dr. Charlie Sorland (me?!) is released to help catch the Century City
Copycat Killer. EMULATOR, the new feature film by writer/Director Michael Jason Allen is coming soon.

 

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This is my second time working with Jason (who is one of the best kept secrets of indie filmmaking).
As far as I’m concerned, the secret is out. A fascinating experience. I’m completely blown away by
his consummate professionalism, organizational skills and unerring vision. If you ever have the
opportunity to work with him, do not hesitate. Say, “yes!”