Local non-profit featured in film set to premier

Local non-profit featured in film set to premier

The Arizona Premier of


February 2, 2016
Historic Yuma Theatre
524 S. Main St.
Yuma, AZ 85364

For Tickets: thecaravanfilm.ca

A movie premiere right here in Yuma, featuring a local non-profit.
It’s called The Caravan Film and the Arizona premier is this Saturday, February 6th.
The film follows international carriage drivers and horse riders who willingly alter their lives for a five month pilgrimage.
With ages ranging from 11 to 80, they travel from California to Florida – over 2,500 miles.
They all venture through iconic landscapes, over mountains, through deserts, and opening an unexpected portal to personal growth.
Along the way, the group stopped in Yuma, and stayed with Saddles of Joy, our local non-profit offering therapeutic horseback rides to children and adults with disabilities.
We spoke to one of the film makers, Doug Munro, and Saddles of Joy about the film.
News 11’s Max Tarlton will have a full report on KYMA’s Early Edition at 5:00 p.m
and you can catch the full interview about the movie on Sunrise —  Tomorrow (Tuesday 2/02) morning at 6:00 a.m.

About The Author

Max Tarlton is an Emmy-nominated multimedia journalist currently reporting and producing for KYMA News 11. Max comes to Yuma from Chicago where he worked as a news writer for WGN News. He’s also a graduate of Columbia College Chicago, with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. Max is excited to be a part of the KYMA team. Catch him in action on “Sunrise” every morning at 6 a.m. If you have a story idea, don’t hesitate to reach out: max.tarlton@kecytv.com or on twitter: @MaxTarlton

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