Scientology Network’s DOCUMENTARY SHOWCASE, the weekly series providing a platform for Independent filmmakers to air films on important social, cultural and environmental issues, presents the broadcast of the documentary Unbranded, an uplifting journey celebrating the return of an icon of the American West, the wild mustang, on 1 July at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
At a time when the world needs uplifting stories more than ever, Documentary Showcase provides a worldwide audience for Indie filmmakers using the power of film to effect positive change in the world.
In Unbranded, director Phillip Baribeau follows four young cowboys who ride wild mustangs from the Mexico border to Canada, through 3,000 miles of the wild and stunningly beautiful terrain of the American West.
Baribeau’s aims in making Unbranded are to raise awareness of the plight of America’s burgeoning wild mustang population and conservation of the unspoiled American wilderness.
In an interview with Scientology Network for DOCUMENTARY SHOWCASE, Baribeau stated:
“I want viewers to take away from watching this an appreciation of what we have in America and its public lands. It’s what we have for everybody to enjoy.”
DOCUMENTARY SHOWCASE airs Fridays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Scientology Network.
Phillip Baribeau is a director and cinematographer who followed his passions for film, storytelling and adventure by earning a degree in media and theatre arts from Montana State University. Phillip has worked on the broadcast series Destination Extreme on National Geographic, Ax Men and Mountain Men on the History Channel. Phillip won Best Overall Film at the Baku Film Festival in Azerbaijan for the short film Land of Fire. Unbranded is his first credit as director for a feature-length film.
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