EQUUS Film and Arts Fest

Meet the Herd: Conversations with Diana De Rosa

January 07, 2020 With Lisa Diersen, Festival Founder and Director, Hosted by Julianne Neal; Special guests Diana De Rosa and Karl Lindstrom Season 1 Episode 2
EQUUS Film and Arts Fest
Meet the Herd: Conversations with Diana De Rosa
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EQUUS Film and Arts Fest
Meet the Herd: Conversations with Diana De Rosa
Jan 07, 2020 Season 1 Episode 2
With Lisa Diersen, Festival Founder and Director, Hosted by Julianne Neal; Special guests Diana De Rosa and Karl Lindstrom

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.

In this episode, Lisa and Julianne talk about the equine sport of Working Equitation and Dressage. They introduce EQUUS Team Member Diana De Rosa, veteran equine journalist and photographer, and Diana tells how and why she became involved with the herd. She also talks about her thirty plus years of travel as a journalist covering such health-related locations as Hippocrates, as well as numerous World Cup and Olympic Games events.

This episode kicks off the Organization Spotlight in an on-location interview with Karl Lindstrom, who attended BreyerFest representing the All Glory Project. This 501(c)(3) non-profit, founded by Elizabeth Shatner, provides support for groups across the country who work with veteran equine programs. For more information about their work, visit www.allgloryproject.com.

Tune in to our next episode as we discuss the upcoming spring EQUUS Film and Arts Fest Tour Stop in Camden, SC on April 17-19 for the fifth year. You'll hear what it takes to plan and organize a tour stop and how this city has come together for the past four years to welcome the visiting filmmakers, authors and artists and provide exciting opportunities for equine and film lovers alike. The tour stop is sponsored by The Marley Project in partnership with The City of Camden, The Arts Center of Kershaw County and Camden's vintage Little Theatre. For more information, visit www.equusfilmfestivalcamden.com.

This episode is sponsored by the following:
Diana De Rosa Photography
   www.dianaderosa.com
PressLink PR
   www.dianaderosa.net
The Marley Project
   www.naturesview.us
JA Media Productions
    www.jamediaconnections.com

To learn more about Julianne Neal, podcast host, tune in to "Whinny Tales: Horse Stories, Pony Legends and Unicorn Yarns," the official podcast of Nature's View and The Marley Project. Julianne also hosts Whinny Tales in partnership with Bruce Anderson. You can find Whinny Tales on all of the major podcast directories.

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. To see the EQUUS films, visit www.filmfestivalflix.com. 

Show Notes

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.

In this episode, Lisa and Julianne talk about the equine sport of Working Equitation and Dressage. They introduce EQUUS Team Member Diana De Rosa, veteran equine journalist and photographer, and Diana tells how and why she became involved with the herd. She also talks about her thirty plus years of travel as a journalist covering such health-related locations as Hippocrates, as well as numerous World Cup and Olympic Games events.

This episode kicks off the Organization Spotlight in an on-location interview with Karl Lindstrom, who attended BreyerFest representing the All Glory Project. This 501(c)(3) non-profit, founded by Elizabeth Shatner, provides support for groups across the country who work with veteran equine programs. For more information about their work, visit www.allgloryproject.com.

Tune in to our next episode as we discuss the upcoming spring EQUUS Film and Arts Fest Tour Stop in Camden, SC on April 17-19 for the fifth year. You'll hear what it takes to plan and organize a tour stop and how this city has come together for the past four years to welcome the visiting filmmakers, authors and artists and provide exciting opportunities for equine and film lovers alike. The tour stop is sponsored by The Marley Project in partnership with The City of Camden, The Arts Center of Kershaw County and Camden's vintage Little Theatre. For more information, visit www.equusfilmfestivalcamden.com.

This episode is sponsored by the following:
Diana De Rosa Photography
   www.dianaderosa.com
PressLink PR
   www.dianaderosa.net
The Marley Project
   www.naturesview.us
JA Media Productions
    www.jamediaconnections.com

To learn more about Julianne Neal, podcast host, tune in to "Whinny Tales: Horse Stories, Pony Legends and Unicorn Yarns," the official podcast of Nature's View and The Marley Project. Julianne also hosts Whinny Tales in partnership with Bruce Anderson. You can find Whinny Tales on all of the major podcast directories.

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. To see the EQUUS films, visit www.filmfestivalflix.com.