No film has moved and impacted on the audience more...

The Canadian screen's premiere of "Saving America's Horses" took place through the International Film North Film Festival, Huntsville Ontario, Canada on Sept 24, 2011. The Chair’s Founders’/RBC Closing Night Reception In the Partners Hall at The Algonquin Theatre, Huntsville brought additional attention to the horses with media and guests converging with standing room only after the screening of SAVING AMERICA'S HORSES to a full house, with a special filmmaker Q and A with international award winning Director, Producer Katia Louise.

"Film North presented Katia Louise, Director of 'Saving America's Horses' with the RBC/Film North Best Environmental Film Award,  because no film in this year's program has moved  and impacted on the audience more.

At Film North we believe that there is power in films. 'Saving America's Horses' brings the plight of an endangered species to the forefront of awareness. Morally, intellectually and environmentally, mankind is obliged to evolve in the direction of preserving the equine. We congratulate and salute Katia and her dedicated team for championing and persevering this worthy cause in the face of horrendous obstacles."

To learn more about the significance of "Saving America's Horses" and impact it is making please check out the website and the trailers: