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The Caravan Film [F2] #CAFF2017
Fri, 31 March 2017, 4:00 PM – 5:45 PM MDT
Feature Film Screening #CAFF2017
"THE CARAVAN FILM"
An inside look aboard The Caravan where adventurers grapple with route-finding, laws of nature and group dynamics in an epic horse-drawn experience across America. The film follows international carriage drivers and horse riders who willingly alter their lives for a 5 month pilgrimage. Aged from 11 to 80 they attempt to travel from California to Florida over 2,500 miles. Leading this group of relative strangers is Gerard Paagman with his team of elegant Friesian horses fresh off filming The Hunger Games - Catching Fire. Challenging the limits of disability is Michael Muir, Great Grandson of the visionary John Muir, Father of the National Parks and co-founder of a conservation movement in the U.S.. They all venture through iconic landscapes, up and over mountains, through deserts, mired in mud, by the sea, under tall pine forests, through bayous and down the backroads of America. They would have spats and find affection, anger and respect. Many came to The Caravan laden with expectations but found that setting those free opened an unexpected portal to personal growth.
The Central Alberta Film Festival is a collection of films including short films, feature films, documentaries, music videos and experimental films. While our focus is showcasing the talent in Canadian Cinema, we also aim to bring together the love of film from all over the world. The film submissions are from both right here in Central Alberta, to many different places across the globe! #CAFF2017 is our first annual Film Festival & Awards Celebration held during March 31 and April 1, 2017. CAFF is a community driven, not-for-profit organization based out of Red Deer, AB.
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