We're back for another season of the EQUUS Film and Arts Fest podcast! After an extended hiatus with time off for The Mustang Discovery Ride, we'll be bringing in all of the available EQUUS authors, artists and filmmakers to hear more about the work featured in the 2022 EQUUS Film and Arts Fest in Sacramento. From these short WebChats to stories about our partners and sponsors, the podcast will allow us to bring the festival straight to our listeners.
In this episode, you'll hear from long-time supporter of the festival, Mike Dunne of Equine Empowered Therapy (EET.) In this previously recorded interview, Mike discusses the programs that EET provides partnering Veterans and Mustangs. Equine Empowered Therapy (EET) is a fully certified 501(c)(3) charitable corporation designed for veterans who are experiencing difficulty reintegrating into civilian life. The program utilizes natural horsemanship and rescued horses to provide programs that achieve therapeutic success, education, vocational training and relief from PTS in Southern California. E.E.T. is free to all veterans. To learn more, visit https://www.equineempoweredtherapy.com.
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). Visit www.jamediaconnections.com for more of the JA Media Connections Podcast Catalogue. To see the video version of this podcast, visit the JA Media Productions YouTube Channel.
For more information about the festival or for links to the films and literature mentioned in the podcast, visit equusfilmfestival.net. To learn more about the upcoming 2023 EQUUS Film and Arts Fest, or to submit your film, artwork or literature, you'll find the festival on the Film Freeway website.