Help therapeutic riding, kids and rescue horses see a horse movie!

Saturday, August 26th 7 pm Regal Theater Premiere House at L.A. Live- 168 Film Festival. “Unbridled” – Full Feature Film

A new independent film, “Unbridled,” directed by John David Ware, is based on real life stories of troubled teen girls who learn to trust again by forming relationships with rescued horses, starring Tea McKay, Eric Roberts, and TC Stallings.  Equines in the movie trained by Lindsey Partridge of Harmony Horsemanship – A Natural Horsemanship Center in Canada.  Unbridled is a heartfelt project designed to bring awareness to Human Trafficking and healing through Equine Programs.

CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS

Tickets: Pre-Order Tickets HERE.  Unbridled proceeds fund Therapeutic Riding. This is the first full featured film designed to help riding centers, rescue horses and girls alike.  Unbridled needs a full house on Saturday night. Film distributors will be in attendance. We need your support! Please attend the movie and forward this blog to all your friends!

“Unbridled” showcases the healing power of horses.

This film is based on true stories from Corral Riding Academy, a program in Raleigh, NC, where we shot the film. Corral uses the amazing healing power of horses and animal-assisted therapy for teen, at-risk and sex-trafficked girls.

UNBRIDLED focuses on redemption and healing. It shows a great victory in the battle. At it’s heart, UNBRIDLED is a girl-and-her-horse-film with a girl that powerfully overcomes great difficulties.

UNBRIDLED shows an upper-middle class family struggling against the unmentionable corruption at the heart of the problem. The setting brings it closer to home for those who could donate and raise awareness to more effectively combat the issue.

“I would like for you to come to the film and see what synergy we can devise to call attention to this problem” – John David Ware, Director

The star of the movie, Dreamer, is an amazing real-life champion horse. Dreamer plays a central role throughout the story and performs several amazing feats. Dreamer’s trainer, the real-life celebrity Lindsey Partridge, also appears in the movie. She is a Natural Horsemanship Freestyle Champion and the founder of Harmony Horsemanship. Lindsey and her two most famous horses traveled all the way from Ontario to North Carolina in order to be part of this movie. Click here to contact: Dreamer and Lindsey

 


Who is Organizing this Event:

Link: 168 Film

168 Film – More Than an International Film Competition

168 Film is a global community of artists focused on exploring life’s most important questions via film and TV.

168 provides a proving ground for filmmakers, writers, actors, and artists to engage culture in the context of faith, values, and truth. More than an international short film competition,168 Film challenges artists and audiences to explore Scripture’s relevance for today.

Whether subtle or bold in message, “168” stories change lives and are helping to redefine the faith genre in terms of quality and inspirational message. Building your network and acquiring valuable skills through our programs will help your quest in all media. Artistic awards and life changing challenges await!

 

A saddle pad and tack company manufacturing in North Carolina. 

ThinLine was grown from grass roots and we still come to work every day for one reason: because we know how lucky we are to have a product which can help the physical, mental and emotional well-being of horses and riders.

If you are a ThinLine rider you know how it calms horses, provides comfort and protects both their backs and the backs of riders while also improving equitation.

This is a product for people who have a mission to not only succeed but to make every day, every person they touch, better and happier.

ThinLine sees the benefits and offers to be the segue between the movie “Unbridled” and PATH centers to create a fundraiser.  Links:  Https://www.thinlineglobal.com

Help spread the word! Let’s pack the house!  Please forward this to equestrians. Make a difference today. Help therapeutic riding, kids and rescue horses by seeing a horse movie.