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January 3, 2011

2011 Sundance Festival Awards Announced

Cindy Meehl, Julie Goldman and Buck Brannaman accepting the US Documentary Audience Award

January 30, 2011

The U.S. Audience Awards presented by Acura went to Cindy Meehl’s Buck for documentary

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SideReel Movie exclusive BUCK interview

‘Buck’ Interview with Buck Brannaman and Director Cindy Meehl – SideReel Movie Exclusive – 06/24/2011 | Reel TV

Cindy Meehl and Buck Brannaman interview

03/17/2011 | SundanceNow

The horse whisperer: ‘My dad taught me to understand fear’

The Telegraph, UK
By Christopher Middleton
7:15AM BST 17 Apr 2012

From the top of his stetson to the tip of his dusty boots, Buck Brannaman looks every inch the Wild West hero. As he lopes through the lobby of a trendy London hotel, you can’t help wondering what he’s doing in here, rather than riding a palomino across the plains. Complete article >

BUCK wins 2012 Spur Award

ENCAMPMENT, Wyo., March 22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Santa Fe, N.M., author Johnny D. Boggs won Spur Awards for two novels, while Rod Miller of Sandy, Utah, also won two Spurs this year for poetry and a short story, Western Writers of America has announced.

Director Cindy Meehl and producer Julie Goldman (Cedar Creek Productions) will receive the Spur in the Documentary Script category for BUCK, a film about legendary horseman Buck Brannaman.

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The horse whisperer’s spiritual healing

By   Joseph Fahim/ Daily News Egypt

A strong vibe of comfort, of serenity and reassurance, radiates from its frames. The fascinating, elusive subject matter of the documentary, the vast picturesque green vistas of the southern grazing lands captured so lovingly, so reverently, by the poised, perceptive lens, and the patient narrative that is thoughtful and romantic in parts yet alarmingly realistic in others render “Buck” a quintessentially American film devoid of the many trappings of American films.

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Buck at the Rose Bowl Clinic

Teaching the Art of Horse Whispering

Pasadena Sun

A boot-wearing crowd moseyed into the Arroyo Seco on Friday to watch horse whisperer Dan “Buck” Brannaman at work training horses — and their riders — with his unique brand of wisdom.
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Horse whisperer Buck Brannaman draws a crowd at Pasadena Rose Bowl

Paulick Report

About 200 people paid $25 a head to watch horse whisperer Dan “Buck” Brannaman display his unique horse training methods at the Pasadena Rose Bowl equestrian facility on Friday. It was the first day of a four-day clinic in which Brannaman is guiding 25 students, who each paid $600, through the basics of getting to know their horses. Read complete article >

 

Rose Bowl Riders Buck Brannaman Clinic – 2012

Sivela Photography

Rose Bowl photos

 

Movie Juice: MJ News Ep 306 interview with Renee Brack

Buck’s video interview starts with the trailer at 17:31 and continues through to 21:10.

We especially like when Buck says  “Something I learned that I didn’t expect… doesn’t matter where you live – things that touch you in a spiritual way – we’re all the same”.

 

What the horse whisperer can teach humans

Michael Bodey The Australian  2/15/2012

 

BUCK Brannaman is your typical Hollywood cowboy: he’s unflappable, speaks deliberately and wears his wide-brimmed hat with formal aplomb.

He is typical in appearance anyway. Brannaman, the subject of an affecting new documentary, is a reluctant star.

“I’m not delusional about this,” he notes while promoting the film, Buck, in Melbourne.

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