London, UK (PRWEB) January 27, 2014
SABLE FABLE is set to start its 2014 movie screening tour in two great cities, with its Los Angeles and Toronto premiere. The provocative social thriller, which depicts racism, incest, suicide and murder, will screen twice in Los Angeles and once in Toronto in February, next month, as the film’s 2014 world tour kicks off.
SABLE FABLE is the second edition to the “Sex and Race” trilogy from UK renegade writer/director Stephen Lloyd Jackson, following internationally acclaimed and multi-award wining feature film: “David is Dying”. “Sable Fable” is a beautiful story exploring the complex psychology of love, sex and ethnicity amongst four different couples whose lives intertwine with one another through a series of unfortunate events.
Jackson states that recently, there has been a spate of movies dealing with black culture, mainly with the African American slave experience. “But ‘Sable’ will be the first movie in years, or may be the first movie to ever come out of the UK that deals with the contemporary issues and the aftermath of the European slave trade with Africa”. The movie also takes its audience through other current severe human issues.
SABLE FABLE has received rave revues and praises from audiences at U.S. screenings including the 49th Chicago International Film festival, Urbanworld Film Festival and in June, the movie scooped two grand jury award prizes for best narrative feature and best director going to Stephen Lloyd Jackson at the 17th American Black Film Festival.
SABLE FABLE’s next screenings are as follows:
22nd Pan African Film Festival
Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza (BHCP), Los Angeles
Sunday, Feb 9@6:05p; Thursday, Feb 13@1:05p
The 2nd Toronto Black Film Festival
Thursday, February 13th at 9pm
Carlton Cinema (20 Carlton St, Toronto, ON M5B 2H5)