After a year in production, Jason Allen publicly announces his first feature film ‘Saturnalia’ and free premiere

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“Finally, that thing I’ve been working on and won’t shut up about is at a stage where we can comfortably and confidently make a public announcement for it! So here it is- My first full-length feature film “Saturnalia” – this is something that we have been working on for well over a year now and are very excited to share!”

Satan has been trying to lose his virginity and take over the world for centuries by spawning the antichrist. But in order to do this, he must possess a human and use their body because he was cast down from heaven without the ability to reproduce.

That’s where Dan comes in – a lonely college grad with no friends who sublets his walk-in closet out to Satan. Dan is desperately in love with Lilly, who doesn’t even acknowledge his existence. Dan’s lack of confidence may hinder his ability to find true love but not if Satan has anything to do with it.

I am hosting an intimate screening of the film at the Michigan Theater in Ann Arbor on December 16th before we take it out on the film festival circuit. Stay tuned for more exciting news on how to get tickets and all that jazz!”  Jason Allen.

About Jason Allen
Jason Allen is a writer, director, production designer, producer, and co-founder of the indie film team Fellpeller Studios. Born on May 18th, 1998 in Tarpon Springs, Florida,  Jason now resides in Michigan. Jason is known for Saturnalia (2022) Road Runner (2020) and Camp Murder (2021). Other credits include Crow (2021) and Made For This (2022).

About Fellpeller Studios
A production company and media collective, comprised of writers, directors, musicians, and artists who are dedicated to the pursuit of independent cinematic expression and providing assistance to those who believe in the same. We can’t wait to work with you.
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“Saturnalia” Fellpeller Studios next feature film will be screening at The Michigan Theater in Ann Arbor on December 16th! This is a FREE event, all are welcome.

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