22 episodes

Hello and welcome to the EQUUS Film & Arts Fest Podcast, the premiere program for horse lovers who have a passion for horses in film, art and literature. Each week we will have interesting conversations with equestrian filmmakers, artists and authors from around the world, discussing the nature and challenges, as well as the triumphs, of creating their work. Ready to talk horses in film and the arts? Tune in each week and join your host, Julianne Neal, along with Lisa Diersen, Festival Founder & Director. In our first episode, meet Lisa Diersen, festival Founder and Director, and learn about the festival's early days in Illinois and New York and the new move to the Kentucky Horse Park. For more information about the festival or for links to the films and literature, visit equusfilmfestival.net. Follow us on social media at EQUUS Film Festival.

EQUUS Film and Arts Fest Produced and Hosted by Julianne Neal, with Festival Founder and Director Lisa Diersen

    • TV & Film
    • 4.5 • 4 Ratings

Hello and welcome to the EQUUS Film & Arts Fest Podcast, the premiere program for horse lovers who have a passion for horses in film, art and literature. Each week we will have interesting conversations with equestrian filmmakers, artists and authors from around the world, discussing the nature and challenges, as well as the triumphs, of creating their work. Ready to talk horses in film and the arts? Tune in each week and join your host, Julianne Neal, along with Lisa Diersen, Festival Founder & Director. In our first episode, meet Lisa Diersen, festival Founder and Director, and learn about the festival's early days in Illinois and New York and the new move to the Kentucky Horse Park. For more information about the festival or for links to the films and literature, visit equusfilmfestival.net. Follow us on social media at EQUUS Film Festival.

    EQUUS Film and Arts Fest WebChats with Kathy Sheppard-Jones, Yolanda Ellenberger and Kamron Coleman

    EQUUS Film and Arts Fest WebChats with Kathy Sheppard-Jones, Yolanda Ellenberger and Kamron Coleman

    In this episode, we'll introduce you to some of the EQUUS Authors, Artists and Filmmakers from the 2020 EQUUS Film and Arts Fest Virtual Edition. Featuring WebChats hosted by Diana De Rosa, Julianne Neal and Lisa De Masi, and panels with Milt Toby, this year's festival was a departure from the typical "in person" event, but was an excellent example of the potential of a virtual international representation of talent.

    This episode features WebChats with EQUUS  Author Kathy Sheppard-Jones hosted by Julianne Neal, EQUUS Filmmaker Jolanda Ellenberger hosted by Diana De Rosa and EQUUS Artist Kamron Coleman hosted by Lisa Mae De Masi,

    To learn more about podcast host Julianne and her partner Bruce Anderson, tune in to "Whinny Tales: Horse Stories, Pony Legends and Unicorn Yarns," the official podcast of Nature's View and The Marley Project, their equine and arts-based 501 (c)(3). You can also visit www.naturesview.us to schedule an appointment. A documentary about their work and films in the Natural Humanship Training Series, are available on The EQUUS Channel at https://filmfestivalflix.com/festival/equus/film/the-edge/. Julianne is the organizer of the Camden Tour Stop for the fest, so visit www.equusfilmfestivalcamden.com for a complete listing of activities and updates. You can also tune in to Brooke USA On The Road, where Julianne speaks with Brooke USA Board Members and Ambassadors about the powerful work supported by the organization. .

    For more information about the festival or for links to the films and literature mentioned in the podcast, visit equusfilmfestival.net. To see the EQUUS films, visit https://horsenetwork.com/equus/.

    • 26 min
    EQUUS Film and Arts Fest WebChats with Paul Randall, Cindy Galloway and Melanie Sue Bowles

    EQUUS Film and Arts Fest WebChats with Paul Randall, Cindy Galloway and Melanie Sue Bowles

    In this episode, we'll introduce you to some of the EQUUS Authors, Artists and Filmmakers from the 2020 EQUUS Film and Arts Fest Virtual Edition. Featuring WebChats hosted by Diana De Rosa, Julianne Neal and Lisa De Masi, and panels with Milt Toby, this year's festival was a departure from the typical "in person" event, but was an excellent example of the potential of a virtual international representation of talent.

    This episode features WebChats with EQUUS Filmmaker Paul Randall hosted by Diana De Rosa, EQUUS Artist Cindy Galloway hosted by Lisa Mae De Masi, and EQUUS Author Melanie Sue Bowles hosted by Julianne Neal.

    To learn more about podcast host Julianne and her partner Bruce Anderson, tune in to "Whinny Tales: Horse Stories, Pony Legends and Unicorn Yarns," the official podcast of Nature's View and The Marley Project, their equine and arts-based 501 (c)(3). You can also visit www.naturesview.us to schedule an appointment. A documentary about their work and films in the Natural Humanship Training Series, are available on The EQUUS Channel at https://filmfestivalflix.com/festival/equus/film/the-edge/. Julianne is the organizer of the Camden Tour Stop for the fest, so visit www.equusfilmfestivalcamden.com for a complete listing of activities and updates. You can also tune in to Brooke USA On The Road, where Julianne speaks with Brooke USA Board Members and Ambassadors about the powerful work supported by the organization. .

    For more information about the festival or for links to the films and literature mentioned in the podcast, visit equusfilmfestival.net. To see the EQUUS films, visit https://horsenetwork.com/equus/.

    • 20 min
    EQUUS Film and Arts Fest WebChats with Jane Braithwaite, Abriana Johnson and Banu Ramazanova

    EQUUS Film and Arts Fest WebChats with Jane Braithwaite, Abriana Johnson and Banu Ramazanova

    In this episode, we'll introduce you to some of the EQUUS Authors, Artists and Filmmakers from the 2020 EQUUS Film and Arts Fest Virtual Edition. Featuring WebChats hosted by Diana De Rosa, Julianne Neal and Lisa De Masi, and panels with Milt Toby, this year's festival was a departure from the typical "in person" event, but was an excellent example of the potential of a virtual international representation of talent.

    This episode features WebChats with EQUUS EQUUS Artist Jane Braithwaite hosted by Lisa Mae De Masi, EQUUS Author Abriana Johnson hosted by Julianne Neal and Filmmaker Banu Ramazanova hosted by Diana De Rosa.

    To learn more about podcast host Julianne and her partner Bruce Anderson, tune in to "Whinny Tales: Horse Stories, Pony Legends and Unicorn Yarns," the official podcast of Nature's View and The Marley Project, their equine and arts-based 501 (c)(3). You can also visit www.naturesview.us to schedule an appointment. A documentary about their work and films in the Natural Humanship Training Series, are available on The EQUUS Channel at https://filmfestivalflix.com/festival/equus/film/the-edge/. Julianne is the organizer of the Camden Tour Stop for the fest, so visit www.equusfilmfestivalcamden.com for a complete listing of activities and updates. You can also tune in to Brooke USA On The Road, where Julianne speaks with Brooke USA Board Members and Ambassadors about the powerful work supported by the organization. .

    For more information about the festival or for links to the films and literature mentioned in the podcast, visit equusfilmfestival.net. To see the EQUUS films, visit https://horsenetwork.com/equus/.

    • 25 min
    EQUUS Film and Arts Fest WebChats with Neta Rhyne, Bob Crane and Robin Hutton

    EQUUS Film and Arts Fest WebChats with Neta Rhyne, Bob Crane and Robin Hutton

    In this episode, we start to meet some of the EQUUS Authors, Artists and Filmmakers from the 2020 EQUUS Film and Arts Fest Virtual Edition. Featuring WebChats hosted by Diana De Rosa, Julianne Neal and Lisa De Masi, and panels with Milt Toby, this year's festival was a departure from the typical "in person" event, but was an excellent example of the potential of a virtual international representation of talent.

    This episode features WebChats with EQUUS Filmmaker Neta Rhyne hosted by Diana De Rosa, EQUUS Artist Bob Crane hosted by Lisa Mae De Masi and EQUUS Author Robin Hutton hosted by Julianne Neal.

    To learn more about podcast host Julianne and her partner Bruce Anderson, tune in to "Whinny Tales: Horse Stories, Pony Legends and Unicorn Yarns," the official podcast of Nature's View and The Marley Project, their equine and arts-based 501 (c)(3). You can also visit www.naturesview.us to schedule an appointment. A documentary about their work and films in the Natural Humanship Training Series, are available on The EQUUS Channel at https://filmfestivalflix.com/festival/equus/film/the-edge/. Julianne is the organizer of the Camden Tour Stop for the fest, so visit www.equusfilmfestivalcamden.com for a complete listing of activities and updates. You can also tune in to Brooke USA On The Road, where Julianne speaks with Brooke USA Board Members and Ambassadors about the powerful work supported by the organization. .

    For more information about the festival or for links to the films and literature mentioned in the podcast, visit equusfilmfestival.net. To see the EQUUS films, visit https://horsenetwork.com/equus/.

    • 40 min
    2020 "Meet the Team" Panel Discussion

    2020 "Meet the Team" Panel Discussion

    Hosted by AHP Media Professional Milt Toby, this episode of the EQUUS Film and Arts Fest Podcast features a panel discussion with the Festival Team. With Founder and Director Lisa Diersen and Co-Organizer Diana De Rosa, along with Spotlight Rescue Series and Camden, SC Tour Stop Organizer Julianne Neal and new Team Member Author Lisa Mae DeMasi, this conversation gives listeners a "behind the scenes" peek at what it takes to run the festival. From its origins in Chicago, to moves to NYC and the Kentucky Horse Park, to finally a new 2020 virtual edition, the festival has added a wealth of new content so that viewers can access even more information about the content creators who contribute their films, artwork and literature.

    To learn more about podcast host Julianne and her partner Bruce Anderson, tune in to "Whinny Tales: Horse Stories, Pony Legends and Unicorn Yarns," the official podcast of Nature's View and The Marley Project, their equine and arts-based 501 (c)(3). You can also visit www.naturesview.us to schedule an appointment. A documentary about their work and films in the Natural Humanship Training Series, are available on The EQUUS Channel at https://filmfestivalflix.com/festival/equus/film/the-edge/. Julianne is the organizer of the Camden Tour Stop for the fest, so visit www.equusfilmfestivalcamden.com for a complete listing of activities and updates on a possible rescheduling of the spring event for the fall of 2020.

    For more information about the festival or for links to the films and literature mentioned in the podcast, visit equusfilmfestival.net. To see the EQUUS films, visit https://horsenetwork.com/equus/

    • 37 min
    Meet the Herd: Brooke USA and The Gobi Gallop "Solo Style" in Conversations with Douglas B. Maddox and Julie Veloo

    Meet the Herd: Brooke USA and The Gobi Gallop "Solo Style" in Conversations with Douglas B. Maddox and Julie Veloo

    Tune in to Episode 2 of our second season to hear about two special occasions in October involving our filmmakers and partners. Films For a Cause is an online fundraising movie event featuring the premiere of Hope's Legacy. This episode includes a delightful chat with Douglas B. Maddox, the director and producer, on the making of the movie which deals with Lizzie’s strong emotions after the death of her grandmother; her obligations to the farm and her horses, and an upcoming three-day eventing competition. Lizzy must learn to stand on her own two feet but with Legacy, her horse, by her side she can do it. The movie premiere on the Equus Film Channel serves as a fundraiser for Brooke USA and kicks-off The Power of ONE, a one year campaign to raise $1 million for Brooke USA, recognizing that one donation can change the life of an equine, a person or a community. Brooke USA raises funds to support a wide variety of programs for working horses, donkeys and mules to help them become (and remain) healthy and happy, now and in the long-term, which also benefits the poor families who depend on those animals to help them earn a living. Movie tickets, $25 and $150, are available to purchase at www.BrookeUSA.org. Tune in to Brooke USA On The Road podcast for more information from Board Members and Ambassadors for the organization.

    For more information on the film, Hope's Legacy, visit http://www.dbmfilm.com. For more about Douglas B. Maddox, visit https://dbmcommunications.com/about_doug.html.

    The second half of the podcast features a special announcement from Julie Veloo.

    Welcoming families. Traditional culture. Epic History. Untamed adventure. Stunning scenery.  Wild open steppe.  Last surviving horse culture on the planet.
    ​Unspoiled nature. Mongolia has it all - and Horse Trek Mongolia can take you to it...on horseback.
    EQUUS Herd Filmmaker Julie Veloo usually starts out with a herd of her own on the annual Gobi Gallop adventure, raising money to meet the needs of children in
    Mongolia. This year's adventure will have a different twist as Julie takes on the challenge...solo.

    To learn more about the Gobi Gallop and Julie's solo fundraising ride, visit http://www.horsetrekmongolia.com. She will give updates and tidbits about the culture, people and horses of Mongolia through livestreams and social media updates during each step of her journey.
    To learn more about podcast host Julianne and her partner Bruce Anderson, tune in to "Whinny Tales: Horse Stories, Pony Legends and Unicorn Yarns," the official podcast of Nature's View and The Marley Project, their equine and arts-based 501 (c)(3). You can also visit www.naturesview.us to schedule an appointment. A documentary about their work and films in the Natural Humanship Training Series, are available on The EQUUS Channel at https://filmfestivalflix.com/festival/equus/film/the-edge/. Julianne is the organizer of the Camden Tour Stop for the fest, so visit www.equusfilmfestivalcamden.com for a complete listing of activities and updates on a possible rescheduling of the spring event for the fall of 2020.

    For more information about the festival or for links to the films and literature mentioned in the podcast, visit equusfilmfestival.net. To see the EQUUS films, visit https://horsenetwork.com/equus/

    • 54 min

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