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Eloquent Light Albuquerque Casting Call

Production Company: Eloquent Light Photography Workshops, llc
Casting for Native Americans, Cowboys and Cowgirls.All ages from children to seniors. 
Native Americans with regalia/tradional outfit and Cowboys/Cowgirls/Ranchers with traditional western clothes & accessories to photograph. Especially interested in senior/elderly people, men and woman, with weathered/charactered/expressive faces. Beards and mustaches are fine for men, the scruffier the better. If Native American, you need to have either powwow regalia or a tradional outfit complete with accessories. Cowboys/Cowgirls/Ranchers need to have worn western clothing and accessories. Looking for some models that are physically fit. Models need to sign a model release. Pay starts at $150. depending upon experience. Must supply your own transportation. You will need to do your own hair and makeup.

Date of Casting Call: Friday September 15th
Time of Casting Call: 11am to 3pm
Casting Call Location: Howard Johnson Hotel, 7630 Pan American Hwy NE, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87109. Follow signs to meeting room for casting call.
IMPORTANT NOTES FOR CASTING CALL: We will be taking your photo as we know what we want for our records and you will need to give us a telephone number and email address so we can contact you. Also, please bring photographs (either prints or digital images files on a thumbdrive/jumpdrive) to the casting call of your regalia, traditional outfit or western wear so we know what you have. The photos need to be clear and not blurry. You do not need to wear or bring your regalia/traditional outfit or western wear. Women please wear minimal makeup.
Contact person: Cindy Lane, (505)983-2934 or email: with questions

The Blacklist Happy Hour for screenwriters

Please join us for The Blacklist Happy Hour, ABQ’s premiere screenwriters social hour.

Every first Wednesday at Quarter Celtic brewpub.

1100 San Mateo Blvd NE #50, Albuquerque, NM 87110

Happy hour pricing all night on drinks and discounts on food for all attendees.

RSVP thru Facebook, Eventbrite

Or just show up.

Thank you,

Brian Vanderhoof

Chubbuck Acting Technique

The New Mexico film industry is booming! As an actor, give yourself an advantage in the new year by training in the Chubbuck Acting Technique. My name is Rebekah Wiggins. I’m the owner of Southwest Scene Works and proud to be the first and only certified Chubbuck Technique teacher in the state of New Mexico. The Chubbuck Acting Technique transformed my acting work and countless others. It will do the same for you. With it you will make unique empowered choices in your acting work, by using your own life experiences. As a teacher, I encourage a warm supportive community among my students. Come join us!


Contact: Rebekah Wiggins

Contact Information: 


phone- (818) 602-3736.

Casting Call in Santa Fe


If you’re serious about acting, here is a chance not to be missed.

Following the film festival success of the award winning short films – The Blanket, Pueblo Love and The Dolls House IAIA directors are once more going into production.

Auditions are being held:

WHEN: from 1-3:30pm  Thursday, September 21, 2017

WHERE: The auditorium at IAIA in Santa Fe

(A campus map can be found online at

Twelve of IAIA’s most talented director students will be holding an open casting call under the supervision of director Peter M. Kershaw and teacher of CINE 350 – Directing class.

Said Peter Kershaw “What’s great about the event is we run it in a European audition style that is more akin to speed dating. All the actors present get the chance to work with a director on possible scenes. Then we rotate, and the actors move on experience working with a different director. This constant carousel of ten or fifteen minutes of intense scene work not only helps the directors learn about their story and see how different actors bring their characters alive but it also gives the actors the chance to gain insight from working with a range of very talented young directors. All within the unique perspective of Cinematic students in the Institute of American Indian Arts.” 

While actors are encouraged to turn up on September 21 preference will be given to those who also submit a head shot and resume via email prior to Sept. 20th 2017.

If you’re an actor looking to take part in the upcoming productions slated for October and November 2017 or just want to attend the auditions for this experience please register your interest by email at – under the heading – DIRECTORS AUDITION.

APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN: NMWIF Scholarship Grant Program for Members



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:


If you have additional questions, please contact Board members JoAnne Tucker: and Anne Stirling:

Call for film entries

For eleven years, film and music lovers have come together in Southeast Texas at the Boomtown Film & Music Festival to hear cutting-edge bands, see fiercely independent films, enjoy panel discussions and meet fellow filmmakers. Whether your passion be movies or music, there will be something for everyone at the 2018 Festival!

We have opened submissions in the following categories:

  • TEXAS PROUD film

Deadlines will be here sooner than you know it, so don’t wait! Accepting entries from today until December 1, 2017. Check out our website or submit straight to our Film Freeway page

For film related questions, please contact or

For all general festival inquiries, please contact

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
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