Saturday, January 17, 2009

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
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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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