London (PRWEB) November 25, 2013
SAR Productions’ multi award winning movies, David Is Dying and Sable Fable will be screening consecutively over three evenings in New York and Chicago at the beginning of December next month.
Both movies have scooped over 10 international film awards. They form part of the ‘sex and race’ trilogy produced, written and directed by London based filmmaker Stephen Lloyd Jackson.
David Is Dying will be screening at The Brooklyn Hospital Center, New York, in honor of World’s AIDS Day 2013, part of the first ‘Dine-In Cinema Health fest Series’. There’ll be a Q&A with TBHC’s physicians and Stephen Lloyd Jackson.
The thin veneer of youth, money, good looks and love are shattered when David is diagnosed with HIV. With his pregnant fiancée kept in the dark, David confronts the realization that he may have infected them as well. Sessions with a therapist become a narrative device that filmmaker Stephen Lloyd Jackson uses to document David’s descent into hedonistic despair.
Sable Fable will screen twice at the African Diaspora International Film Festival in New York and a further screening in Chicago, presented by ‘Celebration of Black Cinema’ at the Inner City Theaters.
Sable Fable is a beautiful story exploring the complex psychology of love and ethnicity amongst four different couples whose lives intertwine with one another through a series of unfortunate events.
David Is Dying New York:
Monday, December 2, 2013
5pm - 7pm (Dinner 5pm - 5:30pm)
Auditorium, 3rd Floor
121 DeKalb Avenue, Brooklyn, New York
Please Register at 718.250.8344 or 718.250.8391. Limited seats are available.
Sable Fable New York:
Tuesday, December 3, at 8:30 PM at Thalia Theatre at Symphony Space (95th St. and Broadway) New York Wednesday, December 4, at 6:00 PM at Teachers College The Chapel (525 West 120th St.) New York Both screenings are part of the 21st Annual African Diaspora International Film Festival. For more details: http://www.nyadiff.org/sable-fable/
Sable Fable Chicago:
Wednesday, December 4, 7pm
ICE THEATERS, LAWNDALE 10, CHICAGO, IL
This screening is part of ‘A Celebration of Black World Cinema’. For more details: http://www.icetheaters.com