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LA Film Festival 2018: Red Carpet Interviews From Fire On The Hill Premiere

They are the ultimate urban cowboys.

In an urban city of Compton, Calif., the neighborhood has a reputation for years with gang violence. In the backdrop of this city, there is a band of inner-city cowboys who band together in their love of culture in riding horses.

The documentary marks the full feature film by director Brett Fallentine as he explores the story of black cowboys in Compton and South Central Los Angeles. He documented the fight to preserve their cowboy culture in the midst of local mockery and curiosity. Not to mention, the fight by these band of brothers in resurrecting a horse stable that was mysteriously burnt to the ground despite local neighborhood opposition.

Fire On The Hill made its premiere at the Los Angeles Film Festival earlier this month. The documentary won the LA Muse Documentary Award.

LRM Online was on the red carpet to interview the director Brett Fallentine, producer Baron Davis and subjects of Sidney Cosby, Calvin Gray, Derrick Finnels and William “Fatpack” Bias.

Watch our exclusive red carpet interviews below.

Source: LRM Online Exclusive

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