The second EQUUS Film Festival Tour Stop of 2018 will be hosted by the Marley Project and Classically Carolina.  It will be held at the Little Theater in Camden, S.C., Feb. 23 to 25 on two screens. A collection of equine films, fresh from the EQUUS Film Festival in New York City, will be screened. Films will be presented along with a mid-winter equestrian art, literary and food festival. Featuring the new addition of a “Tapas Walk” through Downtown Camden.

“We are thrilled to have this wonderful opportunity again in 2018. The EQUUS Film Festival is an international creative force that provides a platform for all types of equine films, artwork and literature. It is such an honor to be selected as a 2018 tour stop, when you realize that in 2016 and 2017 the festival has been to New York City, Madras Oregon, France, The FEI World Cup, Indian Market Week, the Preakness celebration, and a host of other wonderful places. The Camden equine community includes all breeds and all disciplines so being able to bring in films that cover such a wide range of topics just appeals to everyone. We also welcome guests from across the state and even the nation, as well as non-horse visitors who may be interested in art or film. The Little Theatre is right in the middle of downtown and with the addition of some great locations for art exhibits and film displays, plus access to the Town Green for our Military Appreciation and Family-Friendly events, I can’t think of a better place to hold the event. We have had so much support from the City of Camden for the past two years that we’ve been able to grow and improve the flow of events and add a third day to the schedule” said, Julianne Neal, Coordinator of the Camden SC EFF Tour Stop.

Films Screen: Friday 12:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. / Saturday 12:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. / Sunday 12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

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Listing of films being screened are:

A Racetrack Somewhere - 49:00 min

A Sunday Horse – 107:00 min

All The Queen’s Horses - 71:00 min

All The Wild Horses - 90:00 min

Camden Collection – 20:00 min

Carolina Hoofbeats TV – 29:00 min

Chasing Wild Horses – 47:00 min

Croatoan’s Memoirs - 20:00 min

Fast Women – 10:00 min

Floating Horses The Life Of Casey Tibbs – 94:00 min

Goodnight Ladies - 38:00 min

Great Florida Cattle Drive: Unbroken Circles (Military Special) – 57:00 min

Harry & Snowman – 84:00 min

Healing With Horses - 17:00 min

Herd – 53:00 min

Horse Doctors – 11:00 min

Horse Packer - 14:00 min

HORSEPOWERS: From The Land Of The Vikings (Military Special) - 60:00 min

Humble And Kind – 6:00 min

Into The Spotlight Part 2 - 63:00 min   

Jar-Journey of a Horseman – 51:00 min

Karl Mikolka Classical Training Clinic - A Rider's Perspective – 35:00 min

Labor Of Love - 22:00 min

Leg Up – 65:00 min

Love UnLeashed – 14:00 min

Many Clouds – The Peoples Horse - 14:00 min

Misty Of Chincoteague – 91:00 min

My Horse My Wingman (Military Special) – 24:00 min

One Eighty Out (Military Special) – 9:00 min

One Day – 60:00 min

Pee Wee Lovell - 80:33 min

Riding High - 20:00 min

Riding My Way Back (Military Special) – 30:00 min

Ron And Danny’s Rescue – PREVIEW TRAILER

Running Wild – 99:00 min

SPOTLIGHT Rescue Series – Full Documentary - 60:00 min

Sacred Ground 25th Anniversary of Newport International Polo - 49:00 min

The Adventures of Selika – 7:00 min

The Edge – 40:00 min

The Island Project Emma Massingale – 52:00 min

The True Story Of Sunshine Numbers – 15:00 min

The Story Of Totilas - 83:00 min

The Wild Ponies Of Chincoteague - 59:00 min

Unbridled – 120:00 min

Wendy – 90:00 min

When The Dust Settles - 45:00 min

The film schedule and more information about the event will be available on both the EQUUS Film Festival website and the EQUUS Film Festival Camden Tour Stop Website


“Bruce Anderson and I started The Marley Project non-profit to focus on equine awareness and education and this festival has provided that opportunity and so much more. Not only have we been able to share our programs through our own documentary “The Edge: Bruce Anderson - Natural Humanship,” we have also had the chance to feature a number of other Camden-based groups and produce new projects on local stories. Through our new Spotlight Rescue Series, we are featuring two shorts on local stories, Bruce’s work with rescue through Nature’s View and Heaven’s Gait, a local equine rescue sanctuary. It has been so rewarding to share these stories, and coming away from New York with the Horse Hero Award and Best Documentary Series was just the icing on the cake. I am looking forward to our local audience having the opportunity to see more of the series and the amazing work going on right here in Camden.”

The Marley Project, Inc. is a registered non-profit 501 (c)(3) dedicated to equine education, advocacy and awareness.


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Camden is a city in Kershaw County, South Carolina, United States. It is the largest city and county seat of Kershaw County. The population was 7,126 in the 2016 census. It is part of the Columbia, South Carolina, Metropolitan Statistical Area.

With a storied history dating back to 1732, the city of Camden is South Carolina’s oldest inland city. We are located in the Midlands of South Carolina, about 20 minutes northeast of our capital city, Columbia. The city is bordered by the Wateree River, giving the area a lush biodiversity in both plants and wildlife.

Camden has a population of about 7,000 residents, who enjoy the beauty of our natural landscape and the wide variety of activities available. Our city offers gorgeous architecture, historic landmarks, and friendly people. Our residents often say they have chosen to live here to enjoy the conveniences of a small town life with culture and style.


The sixth annual EQUUS Film Festival will take place November 16-18, 2018 in New York City and is the first event of its kind to offer a home to the storytellers of the horse world, with films, documentaries, videos, commercials and shorts from around the world and also cultural elements of fine equestrian art and literature. EQUUS Film Festival highlights and rewards the diverse and creative efforts of those who pay artistic homage to the horse. 

For more information contact: Lisa Diersen, Founder/Director -lisa@equusfilmfestival.net630-272-3077.

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