The EQUUS Film Festival (EFF), one of the world’s most notable equestrian film festivals will be hitching up with the 2017 Tryon International Film Festival (TRIFF17) during their national tour stop schedule.
Just as TRIFF embraces their filmmakers before, during and after each season, EQUUS actually takes their film promotion on the road to major film festivals. The effect of their extended support is a win-win not only to the filmmakers and audience, but the film itself, which strives for maximum exposure.
EFF will be working directly with TRIFF’s selection and programming committee for equestrian film submission into the 2017 film competition program.
EQUUS Film Festival is based at the City Cinemas – Village East Cinema in New York City.
Documentaries, shorts, commercials, music videos, training and educational films, along with art and literature are all part of their annual festival.
Founder, Lisa Diersen and Diana DeRosa, EFF’s Chief Press Officer will be on hand all three days of TRIFF17, scheduled for October 27-29. Diersen and DeRosa, will also be guest speakers during the festival and key breakout sessions.
Adding to the expansion of TRIFF17’s footprint will be a major art exposition which will bring the streets of Tryon alive during the festival. Artists both locally and international will share their works for sale and display.
Festival organizers Beau Menetre and Kirk Gollwitzer could not be more pleased by the expansion of TRIFF with last year’s eruption of films that came in from around the world. Both Robert Redford and his daughter Amy, each had a film in competition, but neither film will diminish the richness of so many other films that made their way to Tryon from all around the globe.
If you want to be part of TRIFF17, as a sponsor, employee or volunteer, please contact the festival organizers. Also visit www.tryoninternationalfilmfestival.com and www.equusfilmfestival.net.