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atti Colbert (the name and the person) is synonymous with wild mustangs. A en staging the Extreme Mustang Makeover since 2005 and no one has beaten o the plate and turned Colbert’s epic, real-life story into a much deserved and ndent film awards and opening nationally in a theatre near you. And, it took ve Producer and Greg Gricus, Director, to get it done!


PC: I couldn’t be happier. You know, Calamity, we’ve been approached by so many to do a documentary, and a dramatic film, but no one stood up to the plate or really got it.


It’s a huge production


project and you really had to be up for it. It is surreal…so surreal to see what Alex and Greg have captured. All the essence, the heartbreaks and all the insane stuff we put these people, the competitors, through. These guys, and gals, are working hard and get these wild horses doing incredible things and then they buy the horse in the auction phase of the makeover. These people are so dedicated to these horses.


tCm: How did you meet Alexandra Dawson and Greg Gricus? What’s the backstory? Alexandra Dawson: I called Patti out of the blue. Pretty much it. PC: Yes, she did. Alex was one of many filmmakers who was interested in this story.


tCm: Alex, are you a horsewoman, a cowgirl? AD: No, not really. Nor is Greg a cowboy or horseman. I mean, we love horses. We were aware of the roundups living in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. We have a lot of local wild horse stories and we have been very aware of wild horses in general. So, there is always something in the local papers about a roundup or the wild horses.


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