INTERVIEWS

Enjoy our interview series with fellow horse lovers and equine experts. 

This is a special interview series hosted by the director of Vanishing Knowledge, Ejaz Khan. Today we talk with Frank Kuntz, the lead in the film and owner of the world’s largest herd of Nokota horses.

Christine McGowan from The Preserve, Chester Springs to preserve the American Nokota® horse breed through education, sustainable pasture, and hay resources.

Anna Twinney is the founder of Reach Out to Horses®, based in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in Golden, Colorado. As an internationally respected Natural Horsemanship Clinician and Trainer, Animal Communicator, and Reiki Master she travels the world teaching the art of creating a trust-based partnership between Humans, Horses, and all Animal Companions.

Manda Kalimian, founder and president of the CANA Foundation, joins us to discuss her love for horses and rewilding America’s wild horses and land to promote environmental and climate sustainability.

Michael Filisky sits with us to discuss his character and experience with horses on the set of our movie.

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