ABFF '13 Preview: 'Sable Fable' Explores Love, Sex & Ethnicity
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ABFF '13 Preview: 'Sable Fable' Explores Love, Sex & Ethnicity

nullPremiering at the 2013 American Black Film Festival later this week is Sable Fable, the follow-up to Stephen Lloyd Jackson‘s last film, the acclaimed award-winning 2011 drama David Is Dying.

The British writer/director’s next feature is said to be part of his “Sex And Race” trilogy of films. Sable Fable is described as 

a beautiful story exploring the complex psychology of love, sex and ethnicity through three very different couples whose lives intertwine with one another through a series of unfortunate events.”

The film, which was shot in locations that included Balham, Tooting, Clapham Common, Brixton and Oxford Street in Central London, stars James Williams, Nicole Hartley, Sheila Nortley, Jasmine Munting, Daniel Bailey, Alex Marx, Stephen Lloyd Jackson and Lily Joseph.

If you’re not familiar with director Jackson, read our interview with him from last year HERE.

Watch the teaser trailer for Sable Fable below:
 

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