Iran: Exclusive Interview With, Chairman Of The NCRI’s Foreign Affairs Committee

October 15, 2021 - We raised these questions in an exclusive interview with Mr. Mohammad Mohaddessin, the chairman of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) Foreign Affairs Committee.

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): We raised these questions in an exclusive interview with Mr. Mohammad Mohaddessin, the chairman of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) Foreign Affairs Committee.

October 13, 2021 - Ebrahim Raisi a mass murderer appointed as head of the Iranian regime’s Judiciary.

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): Ebrahim Raisi a mass murderer appointed as head of the Iranian regime’s Judiciary. The MEK was the main target of a campaign of mass executions that took over 30,000 lives in the summer of 1988. Raisi was the deputy public prosecutor.

October 13, 2021 - Iranian people are ripping posters of presidential candidate and mass murderer Ebrahim Raisi across the country.

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): Iranian people are ripping posters of presidential candidate and mass murderer Ebrahim Raisi across the country. Raisi was “selected” on June 18, however, the vast majority of Iranians boycotted the election,

September 13, 2021 - Reuters confirmed in a special report on December 23, 2019 about the deadly crackdown on November nationwide protests in Iran the death toll of 1500 that was announced by the MEK on December 15, 2019.

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): Reuters confirmed in a special report on December 23, 2019 about the deadly crackdown on November nationwide protests in Iran the death toll of 1500 that was announced by the MEK on December 15, 2019.

September 8, 2021 - Marking the start of the 57th founding anniversary of the People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran.

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): Marking the start of the 57th founding anniversary of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran. The Resistance Units and supporters of the MEK placed banners and placards and writing graffiti across the country.

September 13, 2021 - Amnesty International reports shocking Iranian regime human rights abuse.

(PMOI/MEK) & (NCRI): Amnesty Inte’l reports shocking Iranian regime human rights abuse. Amnesty International has welcomed the news of the letter, saying that this could be a “turning point” for the people that have been trying to get justice for the past 3 decades.

September 19, 2021 - Shiraz - "Maryam Rajavi: The MEK is the hope for Iran's future," "Maryam Rajavi: The Iranian people will win the battle of destiny against Khamenei, who has been the reason for so many losses with the COVID-19,".

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): Shiraz – “Maryam Rajavi: The MEK is the hope for Iran’s future,” “Maryam Rajavi: The Iranian people will win the battle of destiny against Khamenei, who has been the reason for so many losses with the COVID-19,”.

September 19, 2021 - the Resistance Units and supporters of the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK/PMOI) called for protests and uprisings to achieve freedom and democracy in Iran by posting banners and placards and writing graffiti.

(PMOI / MEK Iran) and (NCRI): The Resistance Units and supporters of the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK/PMOI) called for protests and uprisings to achieve freedom and democracy in Iran by posting banners and placards and writing graffiti.

Khamenei realized that his regime faces the serious threat of popular uprisings. To confront this threat, Khamenei was forced to install Raisi as president.

In the past 3 years, MEK’s Resistance Units have not only kept the flames of resistance alight but they have actually expanded their activities, and younger generations were inspired by them.”

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PARIS, FRANCE, October 15, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — On June 19, the Iranian regime’s Supreme Leader, Ali Khamenei, selected Ebrahim Raisi as the mullahs’ new president to consolidate power in his regime.

Many observers now ask why Khamenei took this decision despite Raisi’s record of human rights violations, mainly his role in the 1988 massacre and killing of protesters during the major Iran uprisings of 2019?

On the other hand, Raisi is on the U.S. sanctions list, and international organizations like Amnesty International have called for his prosecution for crime against humanity. Wasn’t Khamenei aware that his selection of Raisi would increase the regime’s international isolation? What was the main reason for Khamenei to pull Raisi’s name out of the ballot box and consolidate his regime?

We raised these questions in an exclusive interview with Mr. Mohammad Mohaddessin, the chairman of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) Foreign Affairs Committee. The full text of this interview is as follows:

Q: Why did Khamenei appoint Raisi as president to consolidate his regime, even though he knew that this would increase the regime’s international isolation and invoke more hatred for the regime domestically? Why did he do this?

Khamenei was fully aware of this fact. At the same time, Khamenei also realized that his regime faces the serious threat of popular uprisings. To confront this threat, Khamenei was forced to install Raisi as president. Khamenei faces three major developments and Raisi’s “selection” is the regime’s response to these developments.

The first development is the regime’s urgent socio-economic situation and the resulting uncontainable crises. Iran’s economic situation is the worst it has been over the last century. The majority of the population cannot even make ends meet and address their basic needs. The people in Khuzestan province hold protests and demand potable water or water for farming and irrigation. The regime has literally dried up Iran’s rivers. The price of bread is increasing daily, and the prices of people’s basic needs are skyrocketing. There is rampant poverty everywhere. We witness tragic trends such as “grave dwelling.” People are forced to sell their organs to earn a living. On the other hand, the situation has reached such explosiveness that any social protest rapidly takes on political overtones, and people demand regime change in their slogans and chant “down with the principle of Velayat-e Faqih (absolute clerical rule).” So, this is the first crisis Khamenei faces.

The second development is that Iran’s society has entered a phase of unrest and uprisings since January 2018. This development and associated uprisings indicate that Iran’s society does not want this regime. The Iranian society has reached a level of awareness that the only solution for meeting even the most basic challenges to improve living conditions is simply regime change. Thus, any social protest is rapidly dominated by political demands, with explicit calls for regime change. For instance, the November 2019 uprising started due to a sudden hike in fuel prices. But the protests quickly turned into a nationwide uprising against the regime in its entirety and reflected people’s desire for regime change. Note that the people’s demand was not a decrease in fuel prices. Rather, they demanded regime change and chanted “Death to Khamenei.” Similar developments took place in other uprisings. For example, two months ago, protests erupted in Khuzestan due to water shortages, but slogans quickly became “death to Khamenei,” and the protests spread to other provinces and cities such as Tehran and Tabriz, with people calling for regime change.

The third development that Khamenei faces is the formation of the Mujahedin-e Khalq (PMOI / MEK Iran) “Resistance Units” across Iran. The Resistance Units‘ role in keeping the fire of resistance alight and expanding it across Iran poses an existential threat to the regime.
The Iranian regime witnessed the Resistance Units operating on the ground during the January 2018 uprising, as they linked protests together and ensured their persistence. The regime also realized that the strategy of regime change was the ultimate result of these protests. During the last three years, Resistance Units have not only kept the fire of resistance ablaze, but they have also expanded it across the country. Iran’s younger generation is attracted to the (PMOI / MEK Iran)’s values and subscribes to its strategy, despite the regime’s decades of demonization campaigns and vilification of the (PMOI / MEK Iran).

Q: So, the conclusion is that Khamenei appointed Raisi and consolidated power in his regime to explicitly oppress people and preserve his regime. Would Khamenei succeed in facing future uprisings and preventing his regime’s downfall through suppression?

Naturally, during this period, the conflict between the Iranian people and the regime will intensify, and the regime would resort to many crimes to confront uprisings and to prevent them from happening. But, ultimately, the opposite of intentions will happen, and it will not only be unable to prevent uprisings, but the uprisings will rather intensify. Consider the last years of the Shah’s reign, for instance. The Shah adopted the exact same strategy. He appointed a military government with General Azhari as its Prime Minister, with the hope of preserving his regime with an iron fist and through the imposition of martial law. But, the opposite happened: the protests intensified and led to his downfall.

Installing Raisi as the regime’s president and closing ranks was not Khamenei’s first or ideal choice. It is, in fact, his last option, and he resorted to it for one reason. The clerical regime is staring at its imminent downfall and had no viable strategies other than ending the “reformism” or “moderation” theatrics. It now has to show its true nature. But the Iranian people have tested this regime and do not have the slightest illusion that the only solution is regime change. Thus, we witness people calling for regime change in their protests as they demand their rights like access to water or bread, and they chant “death to the dictator,” and “down with the principle of the Velayat-e Faqih.”

Q: Iran’s Covid-19 crisis is reported to be very severe. The Iranian Resistance has underlined that Khamenei and his regime used the coronavirus to prevent uprisings. Have they been successful? Because there has not been an uprising in the scale of 2019 protests.

Khamenei commits all sorts of crimes to preserve his regime. In the last two years, one of his crimes was to leave the Iranian people defenseless in the face of the coronavirus. After the approval of Covid-19 vaccines, governments sought to vaccinate their populations as soon as possible. Yet, Khamenei banned the import of American and European vaccines to Iran, imposing hundreds of thousands of casualties on the Iranian people.

Khamenei took this criminal measure to extinguish the spirit of resistance among the people and spread anguish and despair among them. But as I said earlier, there was one factor that changed the entire equation and disrupted Khamenei’s agenda. Khamenei has not only failed in implementing his policy, but currently, the coronavirus outbreak has become yet another reason for future uprisings. The factor that brought about Khamenei’s failure was the spread of the (PMOI / MEK Iran) Resistance Units’ network across Iran.

Khamenei intended to launch mass casualties by exploiting the coronavirus outbreak. He calculated that if the coronavirus could result in mass casualties, people would naturally be disillusioned, and no one would have the energy to rise up against the regime. Thus, there would be an atmosphere of despair and hopelessness in society. But one element changed the situation and prevented Khamenei from achieving his goal, and that was the Resistance Units’ activities across Iran. These Resistance Units not only continued their campaign all over Iran during the darkest days of the Covid-19 outbreak but actually stepped up their activities and showed people that even in order to combat the coronavirus, they should first fight the “mullahs virus.”

In the past three years, the (PMOI / MEK Iran)’s Resistance Units have not only kept the flames of resistance alight in every arena but they have actually expanded their activities. They have inspired younger generations of Iranians to continue the (PMOI / MEK Iran)’s path despite the regime’s attempts to prevent them from discovering the (PMOI / MEK Iran)’s genuine message and despite the regime’s demonization campaign against the (PMOI / MEK Iran). Thus, Khamenei’s inhumane policy of causing mass casualties failed, and it has now turned into a serious problem for the regime. The regime is now forced to retreat on Khamenei’s ban on vaccines and import them because the mullahs are terrified of the people’s reaction and looming uprisings.

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Deborah Gillison-Wilson Elected to National Board of Directors

Gillison-Wilson will serve on the NCA Board through 2024.

ROUND ROCK, TX, USA, October 15, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Deborah Gillison-Wilson of Conyers, GA has been elected to serve on the National CACFP Sponsors Association (NCA) Board of Directors, beginning October 1, 2021 for a three-year term.

She brings over 24 years of experience working with child and adult care programs and has been in business as a CACFP sponsor since 1996. Under her directive, guided by her passion for the cause and with an outstanding and committed team, Georgia Nutritional Services, Inc. (GNSI) exists to improve and maintain the health and nutritional status of children and adults.

In her role as the Executive Director of GNSI, Gillison-Wilson operates adult, child care centers, day care homes, at-risk afterschool sites and summer food sites. As part of the Board of Directors, Deborah looks to become part of an organization that is about change, compliance in CACFP and SFSP, and the support of all organizations participating in the CACFP/SFSP.

Since 1986, NCA has been the leading organization for sponsors who administer the USDA Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP), which serves over 4 million children nationwide. The Board provides the vision in the development of programs, activities, and policy positions for the CACCP. As a National Platform for the Child and Adult Care Food Program Community, NCA’s mission is to bring members information on legislation, regulation, and advocacy issues, share resources among the entire CACFP community, and provide an engaging, informative annual conference–offering the largest CACFP networking and training opportunities in the nation.

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Austin, Texas CEO Blake Stanford Re-Elected to National Board of Directors and Board Presidency

Stanford will serve on the NCA Board of Directors through 2024.

ROUND ROCK, TX, USA, October 15, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Blake Stanford has been re-elected to the National CACFP Sponsors Association (NCA) Board of Directors through September 2024. He was also elected to serve as Board President for a two-year term beginning October 1, 2021.

Blake Stanford, a fourth generation Texan, spent part of his childhood in Mexico and Nicaragua, and graduated with honors from Robert E. Lee High School in Midland, Texas in 1977. A 1981 graduate of Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas, he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Social Sciences, Political Science and Economics, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish. Stanford also attended the Lyndon Baines Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin from 1982 to 1984. Stanford's early public service included short stints at the Texas House of Representatives, the U.S. Department of State's Agency for International Development, Agricultural Office in Khartoum, Sudan, and the Food Services Division of the Texas Department of Human Services in Austin.

Stanford is the Founder and President of Southwest Human Development Services, Inc., a private, nonprofit agency and sponsor of the USDA Child and Adult Care Food Program since 1985. The organization serves 900 family child care providers in Texas, feeding 6,500 children in child care daily. He is currently on the Board of the Texas CACFP Sponsors' Association. Stanford also serves on the Board of Trustees of Southwestern University. He previously served on the NCA Board as President (2011-2015), and Treasurer (2002-2009).

Since 1986, NCA has been the leading organization for sponsors who administer the USDA Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP), which serves over 4 million children nationwide. The Board provides the vision in the development of programs, activities, and policy positions for the CACFP. As a National Platform for the Child and Adult Care Food Program Community, NCA’s mission is to bring members information on legislation, regulation and advocacy issues, share resources among the entire CACFP community, and provide an engaging, informative annual conference–offering the largest CACFP networking and training opportunities in the nation.

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Upcoming Amp Elmore Black Film "Rock and Roll A Black Legacy" Covers Memphis Racism, White Supremacy, Elvis and Karate

The term Rock N Roll is a Black Term it meant Sex in the Black Community. White Cleveland D J Alan Freed by way of his radio show, he popularized it and redefined it. Once slang for sex, it came to mean a new form of music. He introduced Black Music to White America

What is important about this story that many Whites name this song the 1st Rock and Roll Song. This song was 1st performed in “Orange Mound” at the W.C. Handy Theatre on Park Ave. As a youth Elvis would visit Orange Mound to partake in the youth Talent Show.

Club Hippodrome on Beale Street in Memphis featured all of the great Black acts. Elvis Presley was seen at the Hippodrome, Trigg Avenue Baptist Church and places where Black music was featured. Elvis Presley the only White made his life a part of the Black Community

Memphis 1st Independent filmmaker Anthony Amp Elmore will soon begin production of his Black Movie "Rock and Roll A Black Legacy." Black Memphis & Elvis story

The colored folks been singing it and playing it just like I’m doin’ now, man for more years than I know. They played it like that in the shanties and in their juke joints, I got it from them”

— Elvis Presley

MEMPHIS, TN, UNITED STATES, October 15, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Anthony "Amp" Elmore is a Memphis born 5 time World Karate/Kickboxing Champion. Elmore is also Memphis 1st Independent 35mm feature filmmaker. On Tuesday October 12, 2021 Ten people gathered at Elmore's home dedicated and determined to not only create a movie they are creating a "Movement." Elmore is creating in Memphis "A Black film Movie production Culture." Elmore organized "Orange Mound Black Hollywood" a Memphis film culture that is dedicated use film to make social change.

Their topic was the start of their new Black Memphis movie Film production "Rock and Roll A Black Legacy." Elmore explains that I as a Black Man living in Memphis have perhaps one of the most unique experiences of Elvis, Graceland and Black life in American culture more than any Black man now living. Elmore explains when I was 15 years old I was part of the Memphis music culture. I joined an all White band as a "Lead Singer." In 1968 we performed on Elvis best friend Memphis T.V. show "George Kline's talent party. George remembered me and we did color commentary for a Kickboxing event. We talked Elvis history. The last time I saw George he was a casino host and he complimented me and my wife a dinner at the casino. I was an inductee in the 1st Elvis Presley Karate Hall of fame.

Elmore explains that there is perhaps no Black man or Whiteman living today who could say that if Elvis Presley had lived 5 more years Elvis would have reached out to them.

Elmore explains that in regards to Karate/Kickboxing and Memphis film history and culture we accomplished a goal that not even Elvis Presley the King of Rock and Roll could not accomplish. We integrated Karate/Kickboxing into main stream Memphis Culture. We were 1st to not only bring E.S.P.N. to Memphis, we took Karate/Kickboxing to the Grand Old Hotel of the South "The Peabody Hotel." In fact Elvis friend and producer Chips Moman would attend Elmore fights and purchase an entire VIP Table.

In 1988 Elmore completed the 1st Karate/Kickboxing film in America titled "The Contemporary Gladiator." Unknown to the American public Elvis Presley produced a Karate documentary film in 1974 called "The New Gladiators." Also in 1974 Elvis opened a Karate School in Memphis. Elvis hired World middle weight Karate/kickboxing Champion Bill "Superfoot" Wallace to operate the school. Elmore visited Elvis Karate school in 1974 whereas Elvis friend and bodyguard Red West had been whipped up by Bill Wallace. Elmore challenged Wallace to a sparring match.

Three years after opening his Memphis Karate school Elvis died and five years after his death Elmore became World Karate/kickboxing World heavyweight champion. Elmore was known as the Muhammad Ali of Karate/Kickboxing. Unknown to America Muhammad Ali and Elvis Presley were the best of friends. When Elmore fought for the world titled in 1982 Memphis Grammy Award Winner Issac Hayes song the National Anthem. In a 1983 bout eleven time Grammy Award winner Memphis singer Al Green performed the national Anthem.

Elmore notes that we in Memphis created four World Karate/Kickboxing champions. We were Black belts, teachers and we had Karate Schools. Elvis loved Karate so much, we believe that Elvis would have not only reached out to us, Elvis would have attended a bout and song the National Anthem in support of Karate.

Elmore's up coming film production "Rock and Roll A Black Legacy" is a Black film that will be historic and culturally significant in that it will be the 1st film in American history that provides a Black prospective of Elvis Presley and the Black community. While Elvis Presley's home in Memphis called Graceland is in a 99% African/American community and it is the second most visited home in America, Elvis Presley and Graceland represent the most "racially segregated cultural area" in Memphis history.

Elmore noted in a documentary that racist and White Supremacist transitioned Elvis Presley from the Greatest vehicle of cultural revolution and integration to the greatest tool of White Supremacy and Racism in the 20th century.

The upcoming Elmore film "Rock and Roll A Black Legacy" takes place in "Orange Mound" in Memphis. Orange Mound is the 1st Community in America built for Blacks by Blacks. Orange Mound's history can be traced to 1879. In 2016 1st Lady Michelle Obama named Orange Mound "A Preserve America Community." Orange Mound tells a unique history and untold Black story of Elvis Presley and Rock and Roll.

Many call the 1951 Ike Turner Jackie/ Brenston song "Rock 88" the 1st Rock and Roll record. The song was 1st performed in "Orange Mound" at the W.C. Handy Theatre." Sam Phillips purchased the rights to the song for pennies, whereas he made enough money to start his own record label called "Sun Records." The 1st person to record a song at "Sun Records" was a 16 year old youth from "Orange Mound" named Johnny London.

85 year old Mary Mitchell the "Orange Mound" Historian will tell in the movie how Elvis Presley rode his motor bike to "Orange Mound" to hang out as one of the boys during segregated Memphis. While it was against the law White Elvis performed among Blacks in "Orange Mound" at the W.C. Handy Talent show. To Blacks back then Elvis was just as another Black youth.

Clara Johnson whose lives in "Orange Mound Today" before she was born her mother use to babysit Elvis Presley in Tupelo, Mississippi. When Elvis became famous he brought her a Cadillac full of gifts and called her mama. The untold story is that around Whites Elvis was Whiter than White however in private he was Blacker than Black. He and James Brown were best of friends . James Brown use to spend than night at Graceland. When he had parties he hired his friend "Orange Mound's Willie Mitchell to perform. Elmore in his film notes that it was racism, White Supremacy and segregation that Killed Elvis.

Elvis could not express who he really was just another Black brother.

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Memphis Black Filmmaker Anthony “Amp” Elmore notes Elvis was no Racist


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“The Mustangs: America’s Wild Horses” Opens in Theaters Nationwide on Friday, October 15th

"The Mustangs: America's Wild Horses" Poster

“The Mustangs: America’s Wild Horses” Poster

Wild horses in Wyoming

Wild horses in Wyoming

Wild horses

Wild horses

Documentary Film is Executive Produced by Robert Redford and Features Music by Bruce Springsteen, Willie Nelson, Emmylou Harris and Diane Warren & Blanco Brown

USA, October 14, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — LOS ANGELES – “The Mustangs: America’s Wild Horses,” an award-winning feature documentary executive produced by Robert Redford, Patti Scialfa Springsteen and Jessica Springsteen, will premiere in theaters nationwide this Friday, October 15.

The theaters include:

NEW YORK – Cinema Village
LOS ANGELES – Laemmle Theatres (Monica Film Center and Laemmle Newhall)
CHICAGO – Music Box Theatre
PHILADELPHIA – Philadelphia Film Center (Bourse Theater)
WASHINGTON, DC – Miracle Theatre
SALT LAKE CITY, UT – Salt Lake Film Society
ROME, NY – Cinema Capitol Rome
WOODSTOCK, IL – Classic Cinemas Woodstock
RED BANK, NJ – Count Basie Center Cinemas
SPARKS, NV – Galaxy Theatres Victoria
LAKE WORTH, FL – Lake Worth Theatre
BATON ROUGE, LA – Manship Theatre
COLUMBIA, SC – Spotlight Cinemas Capital 8
HUDSON, NY – Spotlight Cinemas Hudson
OMAHA, NE – Film Streams (Dundee Theatre)
ASHEVILLE, NC – Grail Moviehouse
TUCSON, AZ – The Loft Cinema
SANTA FE, NM – Center for Contemporary Arts
VICKSBURG, MS – Strand Theatre
SOUTH ORANGE, NJ – The Village at SOPAC

The full list of theaters and showtimes is at TheMustangsFilm.com

Official Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SSWEC0buBq0

"The Mustangs" takes audiences on an odyssey throughout America to places few people have seen or even know about. There are more than 80,000 wild horses on our public lands and more than 50,000 in government corrals.

“America’s wild horses are fighting their last stand,” said Executive Producer Robert Redford. “Increasing competition for our natural resources threatens our wilderness areas, our wild horses and other wildlife species. Horses are interwoven into the very fabric of what is America. What threatens them threatens us all.”

The film features music by Bruce Springsteen, Willie Nelson and Emmylou Harris and the original song “Never Gonna Tame You,” performed by Platinum-selling artist Blanco Brown and written by iconic songwriter Diane Warren.

"The Mustangs" is told as an American adventure. Centered around the history and current situation of these iconic animals, the film features an array of stories about individuals and groups that are working with wild horses, including an organization that pairs mustangs and veterans with PTSD. Other stories include a photographer that documents wild horses on the range, a group that helps manage population growth with fertility control, the legacy of a woman named “Wild Horse Annie” who mobilized an army of children 50 years ago to protect wild horses and save them from the brink of extinction and a sanctuary that reunites mustangs that were rounded up in the wild.

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Philipps, who is featured in the film, says, "The wild horse is so ingrained in the American imagination that even for those who have never seen one know what it stands for: fierce independence, unbridled freedom, the bedrock ideals of the nation. From car ads to high school mascots, the wild horse – popularly known as the mustang – is the enduring icon of America. But in modern times it has become entangled in controversy and bureaucracy, and now its future is in question."

“America’s wild horses represent freedom, strength and resilience,” said Producer and Co-Director Steven Latham. “This film takes audiences on an exciting journey; a journey that we as filmmakers went on, to understand the challenges the Mustang faces to thrive in a changing world.”

The film will also be showing in October at Film Fest Tucson, Film Fest 919 in Chapel Hill, NC and the Newport Beach Film Festival.

“The Mustangs: America’s Wild Horses” is produced by Steven Latham Productions, distributed by Virgil Films, directed by Steven Latham and Conrad Stanley, co-produced by Diane Warren, cinematography by Brian Pratt and edited by Conrad Stanley.

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