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American Mustang 3D Coming to Pomona

After a successful theatrical run in Denver, AMERICAN MUSTANG  3D is coming to Pomona This exciting new documentary film will be shown this weekend (Feb. 7-9) at the Edwards La Verne Stadium in La Verne, CA, in conjunction with the Pomona Horse Expo.

When:  Filmmaker Screening and Q&A - Friday, February 7 and Saturday February 8 at 6:00 pm.

Full run - Friday, February 7 - Thursday, February 13. www.regmovies.com for show times.

Where: Edwards La Verne Stadium 12, 1950 Foothill Blvd., La Verne, CA 91750 (909) 392-4894. 

About AMERICAN MUSTANG the Movie: Wildlife advocate and AWHPC supporter Ellie Phipps Price, together with award-winning director Monty Miranda, addresses the complex and controversial wild horse issue with a unique blend of documentary and character-driven film making. AMERICAN MUSTANG combines sweeping 3D cinematography of horses in the wild and compelling voiceover storytelling with touching vignettes of a young girl’s deepening affection for a newly-captured mustang being ‘gentled” at her family’s ranch. Designed to bring the story of wild horses to a broader audience, AMERICAN MUSTANG is a true family film; as entertaining as it is enlightening.  AMERICAN MUSTANG premiered in November at the Starz Denver Film Festival and is currently rolling out to theaters nationally. 

To read more about the film and Ellie Phipps Price, please click here and here.  If you're interesting in volunteering with the AMERICAN MUSTANG team at their booth on Saturday, please email contact@wildhorsepreservation.org and we'll pass your info along. 

Thanks so much... we hope that you'll be able to see AMERICAN MUSTANG during its Pomona run!

- The AWHPC Team


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The American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign is dedicated to preserving American wild horses and burros in viable free-roaming herds for generations to come, as part of our national heritage.