Sunday, January 18, 2009

Re: [MISP] How 'bout this?

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Hi ALL!

I think it's about time we do something as a community. 

This is not an industry where you go at it alone.  And it appears that FINALLY the local community is seeing that. 

I too have great resources that I can't put in play locally because of the fragmentation around the state.  Not only that, but the lack of understanding the the expense for legal and contract services to get your work into the market place has been such a hassle locally. 


I think if Doug has the resources to get us together then by all means go ahead and get a meeting together for us and let's see what other distribution, production, and pre production resources are really out there. 

Warmest regards,

 F

Felicia J. Lucero
President/CEO
DH&J Investments, Inc.
505-384-6311
www.dhnjinvestmentsinc.com
www.diamondsgemsngold.com


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From: Doug Bocaz-Larson <dbocaz@NMSU.EDU>
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Sent: Sat, 17 Jan 2009 7:20 pm
Subject: Re: [MISP] How 'bout this?

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I'd be willing to host a meeting at NMSU-Grants. We have our Change the
World Film Festival in Grants on April 17 and 18
(http://www.changetheworldfestival.com).

I'd also be willing to schedule an event where each person who wants to
join an effort like this can show a short movie. This would enable us to
see the group's strengths? At least it gives us a change to share the
work with a live audience.

Thanks,
Doug


On Sat, January 17, 2009 9:58 am, FRANK ZUNIGA wrote:
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> Michael,
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> I, too, think it is time to join forces and resources to make things
> happen in New Mexico. Films by their very nature are collaborative
> efforts. I have resources that may be valuable to you and vice versa.
> Let's see what we can get started. Count me in. We probably can find
> ways of assisting each other that we are not exploring. I have always
> believed that "There is enough sunshine for everyone". I trust we can
> bring a group together that believes the same.
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> Frank Zuniga
> (505) 385-1073
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> Well I like this idea of an association or collaboratve or club or
> whatever you want to call it-where we talented professionals in the
> state, from Oro Grande to Angel Fire and all points in between, can
> utilize each others talents and technology to bring an idea to fruition.
> Case in point, my company, Turri Productions (WHO?) has spun off an
> independent film production company, Turri Pictures. We have scripts we
> have written in the pipeline and are also looking for those out there
> with killer scripts. We have some of the toys to get production done,
> but we can't do it by ourselves. So an association we could call upon
> for help would be great!
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> On Jan 16, 2009, at 11:40 AM, Paul Ross
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> This is NOT what I'm proposing ...except for the cooperative aspect.
> I'd like to see experienced professionals with actual industry
> credits ally for the express purpose of commercial (that's for
> profit but not 'non-artistic' or socially unworthy) product creation
> and gainful employment. Side benefits would include education and
> training, advertising and promotion of the the state and its
> resources, and a permanent and prominent place in world media.
> stated in the most directed manner: if you think small, don't do it at
> all.
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> Actors are contemplating going on strike ...and most of them aren't
> working. This indicates a sense of self worth. Unions were formed to
> amass and demonstrate power. Any successful performer creates his or
> her own company to foment work and direct destiny. All of these have
> the underlying belief, "I have value." Folks, New Mexico IS
> reinventing itself and creating a new image to bury the humbly going
> to the patron, sombrero in hand, for the favor of being exploited. We
> cannot rely on government, its unpredictable and mercurial whims nor
> should we stake a future on economic advantage packages that can and
> are copied by other states and countries or, as is being demonstrated,
> can be terminated with almost no notice at any time.
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New Mexico State University - Grants
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