A Documentary Film about the Cash Lovell Family,"Pee Wee Lovell" Wins Best Human Interest Documentar
Updated: Apr 3, 2020
In "Pee Wee Lovell", award-winning filmmaker Megan Orr tells a story of Parker and Cashlyn Lovell struggling to endure and survive Cash Lovell's rare form of Fronto-Temporal Dementia, and the decade of devastation the disease brought to the well-known horse-training family. Parker Lovell, a former award-winning investigative newspaper reporter, bares all including painful family secrets and industry upheavals.
Since the film's screening in New York, and its award for Best of Festival
Human Interest Documentary, many people are reaching out. We are so thankful for the interest.
A screening will be held at CLS on Friday night, Dec. 1 at 7:00 pm. A celebration party will follow. The screening is free and open to the public. However, seats must be reserved ahead of time.
Please reserve seats by emailing the names of those attending to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our guests are invited to an after-screening party at the barn. Food and drinks will be served for all ages.
For those who are interested in seeing the film who cannot join us, stay tuned. The film will be released to the public on a pay-per-view platform in the near future. Details will be forthcoming.