ROAMING WILD debuts this weekend in New Mexico

Film profiles those who make a difference for wild horses

This weekend and next week join APNM for special screenings of a compelling new documentary, ROAMING WILD.

Making its New Mexico debut on Saturday, ROAMING WILD documents the controversy over management of wild and free-roaming horses in the western states, with an emphasis on the people implementing innovative solutions to benefit horses and protect the environment. Among the groups profiled in the film are New Mexico’s Sky Mountain Wild Horse Sanctuary and Mt. Taylor Mustangs, whom have pioneered many forms of humane management for wild horses. 

Each screening will feature special appearances by director Sylvia Johnson, Sky Mountain Wild’s Karen Herman, and APNM staff. Join us for this important new film and learn about the latest efforts for these icons of the America West. 

May 31 & June 1, 12pm
Center for Contemporary Arts
1050 Old Pecos Trail, Santa Fe (map)
Tickets: Visit website or call 505-982-1338

June 4, 2pm
Albuquerque Film & Media Experience Festival at The Kimo Theater
421 Central Ave NW, Albuquerque (map)
Tickets: Visit theater listing or festival website

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