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Gabbury will step down as director of CDB’s thrilling “Pale Horse,” produced by Effie Brown


Gabouri CDB is directing his first film. Oscar-nominated actress Helm thriller “Pale Horse” is set to be produced by Gamechanger Films’ EFT Brown, according to a press release.

According to the source, in the Pacific Northwest, “Pale Horse” centers around Naya, the author of the book “Enthusiastic and Celebrated African American YA, who lives with MS,” according to the source. “Naya finds herself embroiled in a diabetic mystery when she seeks refuge with a brother who has long been missing and escaped captivity.”

The screenplay was written by Asby Lee and Paul Hart-Wilden. It is planned to close this fruit of production.

“I’m excited to work with Gamechanger on my first feature!” The CDB said. “This project really stands out and the Nair character is a bad ass! Effie and [producer Wellington Love] I am thrilled to be able to work with them to create this gripping thriller with a powerhouse visionary and complex character. “

“Stories like ‘Pale Horse’ are long overdue in the entertainment industry and GameSanger is dedicated to their financing and production: entertaining films that diversify between story-telling, characters and filmmakers.” In addition to our development and production commitment, we plan to disrupt the production process through our social and partnership channels and bring back the screen on what it really means to make a film. We want people from all communities to feel involved and empowered in this process, ”Brown added. “I have known Gabouri for some time and I am always fascinated by his skills as a storyteller, both an actor and a writer. He will be an incredible force behind the Pale Horse. “

Brown counts “Favorite White People,” “Real Women Curve” and “Stars” among her credits. She is the CEO of Gamechanger, dedicated to creating projects for and about women, people of color, the LGBTQ + community and people with disabilities.

CDB had previously directed the short “The Tale of Four” by Inspired Nina Simon’s song “Four Women,” And two episodes of “Empire.” He later starred more, finishing a six-season run over Fox last year. The CDB was nominated for an Academy Award for its breakout role, a character titled “Valuable”. His other screen credits include “Antbelam,” “American Horror Story,” and “Tough Man.” He published his memoir, “It’s Just My Face: Try Not to Steer,” in 2017.

“The sea of ​​Hollywood didn’t take part in me that much, maybe it could have been for Anna Kendrick [who was nominated for an Oscar the same year as Sidibe], Who then starred in film and television and the whole thing. The seas didn’t participate in my favor in the same way and I assume there are a few reasons that made it but I’m still working on it 10 years later. I have been working for 12 years even after filming [‘Precious’], ” The CDB told Collider last year. “I have an agency. I know my voice with whom I am comfortable. I know what I mean to the world. I know what I want to give to the world and what I want to give to myself. I know my artistry. And so, you know, acting in things or being on the covers of magazines, all these things that say ‘I made it’, which reinforces my position on the A-list, really mean my self-worth and my artistry. No sense to feel.

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