... when your craft and hard work is recognised by some of the best in the business, it makes it all the more special.
(PRWEB) June 21, 2013
Writer/Director Stephen Lloyd Jackson is delighted that his new movie "Sable Fable" has been nominated for four grand jury prize awards at this year's 17th American Black Film Festival.
Jackson states that he absolutely loved making the movie, "... when your craft and hard work is recognised by some of the best in the business, it makes it all the more special."
In addition, James Williams, who plays the loving insufferable, lead character ‘DARK MARK’ is up for a grand jury prize award of best Male Actor. This is James’s debut role in a feature film.
The other nominations are:
Grand Jury Prize Best Narrative Feature Film
Grand Jury Prize for Best Screenplay
Grand Jury Prize for Best Director
Jackson says 'Sable' is up with a lot of Hollywood big – hitters. When I first saw the ABFF list, I thought, "whoa, these are some well serious and respected Actors and Filmmakers in all of the categories."
The first screening of 'Sable Fable' was screened at the Colony Theatre, 1040 Lincoln Rd, Miami Beach, which went down a treat with the audience.
The second screening will take place today at the Miami Beach Cinematheque, 1130 Washington Ave. First Floor, South Side (Old City Hall) Miami Beach, Florida 33139 on Friday 21st June.
For more information, visit the ABFF’s website: http://abff.com/festival/index.php.