On Saturday (September 22), "Fire on the Hill”—a documentary about South Central’s Black cowboy legacy—will premiere at the Los Angeles Film Festival. Shadow and Act posted the trailer for the film yesterday (September 17).
Exclusive: Check out the trailer and poster for #LAFF-bound, South Central Black Cowboys documentary, ‘Fire on the Hill’ https://t.co/5GuVXf40m3 pic.twitter.com/xQzgibJcCO
rnt— Shadow and Act (@shadowandact) September 17, 2018
rntThe doc is named after Hill Stable, which Shadow and Act describes as the historically Black and Latinx area’s “last public horse stable." It follows three Black cowboys as they fight to protect its legacy and roster of rodeo-ready competitive cowboys after a 2012 fire pushed the city to evacuate the stable grounds.