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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/.

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