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Equus Film Festival Sunday
Sunday tickets are for ALL DAY
Sunday, Sep 17, 2017 11:00 AM
EQUUS INTERNATIONAL Film Festival is the premier global venue for award-winning equine film, television and other media that bring focus to the horse and other equines and seeks to enhance the equine/human bond & improve the welfare of the horse.

Please visit the official EIFF website for more details:

Event Pricing
Admission Adult - $15.00
Admission Senior 65+ - $12.00
Admission Student - $10.00
Admission Youth (12 & under) - $5.00

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11am-12pm:  Film Screenings at the Roxy Theatre
Dyna Does Dressage” – Finalist

“Finding Fortune” (all ages) – Finalist

“The Girl and The Horse” 
Animation (all ages)

Horse Shelter Diaries” – Finalist
(How one New Mexico horse rescue is finding adoptive homes for hard to place horses)

“Blind Spot:  Moments Unseen” – Finalist 
Introduced by Canadian Filmmaker & Equestrian, Stefan Morel
(Follow the epic journey of three visually impaired horseback riders, into Argentina’s mountain trails of Patagonia)
Finalist for Most Inspirational Documentary
Q&A to follow

“Talking to the Air”
Finalist for Best Documentary

“From the Kill Pen”
Finalist for Best News
(Horse slaughter exposed:  Whatever your perspective or view, From the Kill Pen exposes a grim view of the slaughter industry with excellent reporting and videography.)  PLEASE NOTE:  CONTAINS GRAPHIC IMAGES

“The Caravan” – Finalist for Equine/Human Bond
(follows the exploits of an eclectic group of international carriage drivers and horse riders as they journey across the American south from California to Florida over 5 months and 2,500 miles.  Leading this group of relative strangers is Gerard Paagman with his team of elegant Friesian horses  featured in The Hunger Games – Catching Fire. Challenging the limits of disability is Michael Muir, Great Grandson of the visionary John Muir, Father of the National Parks and co-founder the Sierra Club conservation movement in the U.S.)


Please visit the official EIFF website for more details: