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APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN: NMWIF Scholarship Grant Program for Members

2017 NMWIF SCHOLARSHIP FOR MEMBERS

NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS!

Application deadline: August 27, 2017 at midnight

New Mexico Women in Film is pleased to announce that applications have opened for the 2017 NMWIF Scholarship Grant Program. NMWIF will provide a scholarship grant to members to support their professional and career development for the purpose of positively impacting their skills in front of and behind the camera. NMWIF’s goal is to encourage diversity and promote opportunities for members.

To apply, go to: http://www.nmwif.com/2017-scholarship/

CONTACT US:

If you have additional questions, please contact Board members JoAnne Tucker: jotuc122@gmail.com and Anne Stirling: stirling.a@gmail.com

From Idea to Greenlight

Albuquerque, NM — If you’re a New Mexico writer, producer or content creator interested in taking the next step, join Blue Sky Producers Lab for a panel discussion “From Idea to Greenlight — Making it Happen in New Mexico,” June 7 at this year’s Albuquerque Film and Music
Experience. Continue reading

IndieQ Meeting at the South Broadway Cultural Center

Come support local filmmakers on Thursday, March 30th. Doors open at 6:30 so we can mingle, show promptly starts at 7 pm.

We have an amazing line-up of shorts by local indie filmmakers:  Steve Howard, Andy Kastelic, Aaron Trumm, Christina Gopal/Stephen Burhoe, Jen Garcia/Robert Dugan, Candace Montoya/Julian Royal, Julian Clark, Joaquin Lizarrago, Steven Maes, Travis Armstrong/Tim Nenninger, Matt Page, and Alejandro Montoya Marin.

It’s free!  It’s fun!  Show your support!

Filmmakers Club Meeting

FILMMAKERS CLUB
April 2nd Sunday 3-6pm

At least a 48 hour RSVP from members required to attend (310) 497-0597

WHERE: Elemental Films FilmMakerSpace 19-B Plaza Nueva (or Via Plaza Nueva) Santa Fe 87507
(Google “Elemental Films Santa Fe” for directions.) We’re at the end of the 2nd building as you go around the one way Aldea Plaza. Look for the big Elemental Films window sign, enter the lobby, left door. For the first ½ hour, we’ll get our lattes, espressos, or herbal teas at FilmMakerSpace, then at 3:30 head over to the Aldea Community/Media Center in the building on the other side of the plaza. If you’re arriving after 3:20 come straight over to the Media Center.

(If you have a friend who’d like to receive this newsletter, or it was forwarded to you, please email their/your full name to snoon@elemental-films.com and we’ll add you to our list. Please add our email address to your contacts, so it doesn’t go into a junk folder.)

MOVIE STUDIO LOT SALE / SOUNDSTAGE 41

Huge movie studio lot sale at Soundstage 41. General public welcome.

Call for more information: (505) 204-1374

Items you will find include: movie memorabilia, desks, chairs, A/C unit, fridge, movie sets and flats… and a whole lot more!

Open to public! Friday, Saturday & Sunday, December 14-16, 9am – 4pm everyday (if the world survives 12/12/12).

Where: 4121 CUTLER AVE. NE ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87110

Duke City Repertory Theatre presents Ash Tree

Written & Directed by Georgina Hernandez Escobar

“Remember your strength…

remember your kindness…

remember your truth.”

When their mother suddenly becomes very ill, Tristen, Gaela and Selene vow not to let her go without a fight. The young sisters travel to an eerie and magical land, The Island of the Apples, where they believe their mother has been snatched away. What they discover instead is that little girls must be warriors and princesses, that the strongest armor is built from truth and kindness, and that love will always be the light that guides them home. Continue reading

VFX and Animation Facility is Open for Business

ALBUQUERQUE, NM September 4, 2012 – World-class animation and visual effects company opens its doors in downtown Albuquerque. Founders, Eric Wilson (Creative Director), Jennifer Guyer Rojo (General Manager), Aaron Estrada (CG Supervisor) all former employees of Sony Pictures Imageworks (SPI) and a group of New Mexico-based investors have formed Pivot Metamedia Inc., a New Mexico Corporation. DBA Pivot VFX, they employ several artists who were also previously employed at SPI. Pivot VFX maintains a friendly relationship with Sony Pictures Imageworks and both companies look forward to working with each other in the future. Continue reading

See Part 7 of “Made in New Mexico” series by Jeff Berg

September 12, 2012
Wednesday 7:00pm only!
100m – All Seats $7

Jeff Berg will present an all new set of clips from made in New Mexico movies.

Please Note: this will be a premiere and not a repeat of any of the earlier showings that were shown at the Guild.

This show will begin with clips from two silent films, starring Tom Mix and Mary Pickford, and carry through to present day.  The show will be a blend of all genres of movies from comedy to drama from Western to  sci-fi.

The program will run 90-100 minutes, and feature live narration by Berg, who will offer bits of information on each movie, such as shooting location, tidbits of trivia and New Mexico history, and a blend of humor and information that encourages audience participation.  The film clips vary in length from 2-6 minutes, and quality, since many of these movies are very hard to find and some have only recently been ‘rediscovered’.

You’ll enjoy a visit via silver screen to every corner of the state from Farmington to Carlsbad and from Clayton to Lordsburg.  You’ll also learn about the three major periods of filmmaking in New Mexico, the late 40’s and 50’s, the late 60’s and early 70’s, and present day.

The Guild Cinema

3405 Central Ave. NE,

Albuquerque, NM 87106

tel: (505)255-1848

fax: (505)232-9385

www.guildcinema.com

Off Topic – App Developers Look!

The city of Albuquerque is looking for the next killer app.

If your app is chosen you get part of $30,000 buckaroos!

Mayor Richard Berry Friday announced the city’s Apps Competition, which is hoping to find apps that will encourage participation in and knowledge of city events, trail locations, pollen data, recycling drop-off points and more.

“There is a tremendous pool of talent in our community. I want to encourage and cultivate this innovation and creativity to help us provide a better service to the community,” Berry said in a news release.

The city is looking for apps in three categories:

  • cultural resources
  • business in Albuquerque and
  • outdoor fun and healthy living

Prize money will be split between the winning competitors, Berry said.

The competition runs through Oct. 22 and is open to all software developers.

Be sure to check eligibility information.

For more information, go to http://www.cabq.gov/abq-data/.

Albuquerque Film Festival – August 16-19, 2012

Albuquerque Film Festival at Kimo Theater

Six films made in new Mexico will be screened – including both ccult classics and new independents (indies). One Native American feature and one Asian Cinema feature. If you have a day pass or AFF ticket stubb, you will be allowed to attend 3 spectacular film industry panels. We are also screening two family classics – E.T. & The Goonies.

All movies are being screened at the KiMo Theater. All panels will be held at Hotel Andaluz.

You can view the full schedule at: http://www.abqfilmfestival.com/films-2012 or continue reading… Continue reading

Edit House and KOAT-TV Air State’s First High-Definition Commercial

November 17, 2009, Rio Rancho, New Mexico- – Edit House Productions, LLC in conjunction with KOAT-TV have crossed the technical boundary, now enabling local commercials to be aired in high definition. The first local commercial to be broadcast in high definition aired Nov. 16, 2009 in KOAT’s late newscast, after months of testing file formats to determine the best delivery method. The :30-second commercial was produced by Edit House for the New Mexico State Police. Continue reading