The Fable Of A Song

  • Festival Pass

    $75

  • Weekend Pass

    $50

  • Day Pass

    $25

  • Single Showing

    $10

Full Festival + Online Pass Access to every in-person showing and access to the online festival
$100 x
Full Festival Pass Access to every in-person showing
$75 x
Weekend 2 Pass - CLC Grayslake Access to all showings at CLC Grayslake during Weekend 2 including The Fable Of A Song (Nov 14 at 06:00 pm - College of Lake County - Grayslake Campus :: Room C105)
$50 x
Day Pass Nov 14 - CLC Grayslake Access to all showings on Nov 14 at CLC Grayslake including The Fable Of A Song (Nov 14 at 06:00 pm - College of Lake County - Grayslake Campus :: Room C105)
$25 x
The Fable Of A Song :: Nov 14 - CLC Grayslake The Fable Of A Song at CLC Grayslake on Nov 14 (Nov 14 at 06:00 pm - College of Lake County - Grayslake Campus :: Room C105)
$10 x
The Fable Of A Song :: Nov 12 - CLC Grayslake The Fable Of A Song at CLC Grayslake on Nov 12 (Nov 12 at 07:40 pm - College of Lake County - Grayslake Campus :: Room A011)
$10 x

Documentary Feature

United States, 89 Minutes
Director Andy Strohl
Producers Patryk Larney, Laurel Wright, Wesley Lunsford, Ashley Kate Adams
Cast Laurel Wright, Wesley Lunsford, The Young Fables

Where do songs come from? How does a song get written? Laurel Wright and Wes Lunsford are songwriters determined to make it big in Nashville, alongside thousands of talented musicians. Manager Patryk Larney decides to shoot some footage of Laurel, Wes, and co-writer Dean Fields to use for a short social media video and entrusts the editing process to good friend and filmmaker, Andy Strohl. Before one frame can be edited, Wes and Laurel’s lives change in the blink of an eye.

Three years later the entire tragic story is finally told by weaving the footage from the cowriting sessions, archival film and interviews with songwriters, musicians, and thinkers. A song can become something very different than the writer’s intent. This is the story of The Young Fables, and this is The Fable of a Song.

Festivals & Awards

Nashville Film Festival