The Marley Project’s EQUUS Film and Arts Fest Camden Tour Stop Goes Virtual in 2021

The Marley Project’s iconic annual event, the EQUUS Film and Arts Fest Camden Tour Stop, traditionally held in Camden’s vintage Little Theatre, is going virtual on April 16th- 18th, 2021! The winning films from the 2020 EQUUS Film and Arts Fest are on the virtual tour this year and local hosts Julianne Neal and Bruce Anderson of The Marley Project, Inc. have organized several events, both virtual and in person, to mark the debut of the virtual film festival local tour stop.

Marley’s Round Up kick off event will take place on April 10th from 3:00-7:00 PM during the Food Truck Fest at Historic Camden. The Food Truck Fest is a benefit sponsored by the Kershaw County Humane Society and will feature live music, games, face painting and more. Marley’s Round Up features arts and equine activities for children, as well as screenings of the film trailers coming in the virtual festival the following week. There will also be a virtual Silent Auction and Raffle, featuring a custom artwork provided be Caroline Guenthner of Alpha Mare Studio. Caroline is a self taught artist with a love for animals. As a young child she was drawn to horses and is known primarily for her custom paintings of horses on her unique wood canvases. The subject matter for the auction piece was selected from the documentary, “The Edge: Bruce Anderson – Natural Humanship.”

According to Neal, “We are tremendously proud to be part of a community that is eager to find ways to share their love of horses during these unprecedented times. We are thrilled at the support we’ve received from our long-time sponsors and supporters. We look forward to returning in full force for Camden Film Week in 2022!”.

For information on the virtual festival, the Silent Auction/Raffle and Marley’s Round Up, visit

For more information and photos, please contact Julianne Neal at or 803-351-0223.

 The EQUUS Film and Arts Fest Camden Tour Stop is hosted by The Marley Project, Inc. The Marley Project, Inc., founded by Bruce Anderson and Julianne Neal, is a 501(c)(3) dedicated to educational and public service projects involving the Nature’s View system. The non-profit foundation supports equine programs, individual self-improvement sessions, and mental health and wellness sessions in partnership with licensed mental health professionals. Funding also supports film, arts and literary K-12 programs. For more information, visit


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