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Interview From Hell
Michael Chablerdigital, color, sound, 7.2 minRental format: Digital file
Michael Chabler is an actor and writer, known for The Interview from Hell (2020). He is also the author of the science fiction spy-thriller screenplay I Saw the Number 9. In 2016, he finished a novel by the same name. And in 2019 Scarlet Leaf Review published his short science fiction story "Human and Machine Lifespans."
He is a founding member of the children's music group Treehouse 10, which released the album Bug in a Puddle in 2009. Michael Chabler sang and co-wrote the music on this album with four former members of the Hillside Singers, famous for the '70s smash hit, "I'd Like to Teach The World To Sing" based on the Coca-Cola theme - songwriters/ musicians and siblings Frank Sebastian Marino, Joelle Marino McDermott, Laura Marino and Bill Marino. Emmy Award-winning engineer and producer Bill Marino recorded and mixed most of the CD at Sync Sound in New York.
In the fall of 2016, he played a participant remembering a weird dream about Hillary, in a group sharing their dreams of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, in Ruth Patir's short Sleepers, Also in the fall of 2016, he finished filming in the role of Judge Jack Woodward in the movie The Tragic Circumstances of 1948, about the imposition of Apartheid in South Africa.
He has written for radio, WCBE (an NPR affiliate) and WBAI, in New York city. He has also written for small newspapers.
He is a member of the National Writers Union, the Dramatists Guild, Mystery Writers of America and ASCAP.