Equus Film Festival 2018 Los Angeles California Tour Stop
The Equus Film Festival Los Angeles (EFFLA) has joined with the Los Angeles Equestrian Center (LAEC) based, non-profit charity, Hands on Horses (HOH). Together the EFFLA and HOH are hosting a two day equine film festival featuring films, art and literary - ALL ABOUT HORSES.
The Festival proceeds will be managed by EFFLA and distributed through Hands on Horses to support equestrians and/or horses in need of financial aid.
The two-day film festival begins Saturday at 10:00 am and concludes Sunday at 9:30 pm. The 19 horse related feature films and documentaries are divided into eight blocks. For times and descriptions, go to http://www.equusfilmfestival.net/ (click tab LA California Tour Stop Program). There are two “Free Family Films” Saturday beginning at 10:00 am. Tickets are just $15/block, can be purchased now at:http://www.equusfilmfestival.net/la-california-tour-stop.html.
Starting off the day on Saturday at 9:00 a.m. you’re invited to try Equestrian Vaulting with Biggi Kriebel of Black Forest Farms on the Cricket Warm-Up Arena. (www.vaultingacademy.com).
There will be a meet ‘n’ greet, 10:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m., with Harold Parker (Adolfo Camarillo’s great-grandson and President of the Camarillo White Horse Association)www.camarillowhitehorses.org and his horse Panchito, along with his son Ryan and Destello. The horses, famous for their Rose Bowl appearances, will be doing demonstrations after the film screening of “Stallion Of A Dream: California And The Camarillo White Horse. Their film screens Sunday at 11:20 a.m. as part of Block 4.
Equine consultant and clinician Bruce Anderson, founder of Natural Humanship, will offer a demonstration and clinic from 2:00-5:00 p.m. in the Equidome. Anderson will be joined by partner, Julianne Neal, producer and director the Spotlight Rescue Series (part of Block 4, Sunday 10 a.m.). Attendees are welcome to watch as he demonstrates how to build relationships between horse and owner. Private appointments are available Saturday and Sunday. For more information and reservations, call 803-351-0223. For more background on the program, go to http://www.naturesview.us/.
From 1:00-6:00 p.m. come ride “Bolero,” an electric simulator horse at Black Forest Farms and L&H Equine, a equine nutritional company, that will offer free diet analyses for both you and your horse, at an open house in Barn B.
Sunday from 3:30-4:30 p.m., after the screening of Scout’s Honour, Winnie award winner for people’s choice horse hero film of 2016, the horse will “sign” autographs, along with owner Naomi Boinus. Scout will happily accept carrots and apples from his fans. Their story screens Sunday at 2:15 pm as part of Block 6.
Saturday, Jun. 16 - 5:00 pmtoTuesday, Jun. 19 6:00 am