Saturday, February 28, 2009

[MISP] ADDY Awards

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The party is still going on, but the Addy awards, celebrating the New Mexico Advertising Federation's 50th anniversary were very cool.  Congratulations to Steve Wedeen of Vaughn Wedeen Kuhn for receiving the AdFed silver medallion (the industry's top honor), Nick and Gail Smerigan of Albuquerque Studios for receiving the President's Award, the Art Center Design College for *all those* student awards and many many others.  

A recurring theme from the speakers and awardees is that New Mexico truly stands out for its creative talent.  In a conversation earlier this evening a couple of us were discussing the way Arizona's tech business community really has its act together -- in a way we're just approaching here now. It was interesting to hear a little later in the evening how New Mexico's Addy awards event put Arizona's to shame.

We may not have the money and big business base of some other states and cities, but it's good to see again and again that we perform near the top of the creative media world.

I mean, live luchador wrestling at an awards show?  We do some crazy cool stuff around here.

More info about the Addy's at: http://www.luchaddys.com/ 
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[MISP] Fw: HBIC CANCELLED TOMORROW

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HBIC will not meet tomorrow. Chairwoman is ill. HB 725 Repealing Film Production tax credit should now be schedules for Tuesday.

 


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Re: [MISP] HB 725 - It's GO Time!

At 11:51 AM -0700 2/27/09, Tor Kingdon wrote:
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thanks for the links

are we lobbying the house and the senate? or just the house?

Trish

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Friday, February 27, 2009

[MISP] Film & Digital Media Day photos on-line

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New Mexico Film Digital Media Day '09 Convivial Photo_4849 Film & Digital Media Day '09
http://www.flickr.com/photos/convivial/sets/72157614405007489/

A selection of things from the set

New Mexico Film Digital Media Day '09 Convivial Photo_4722 New Mexico Film Digital Media Day '09 Convivial Photo_4723 New Mexico Film Digital Media Day '09 Convivial Photo_4724 New Mexico Film Digital Media Day '09 Convivial Photo_4726 New Mexico Film Digital Media Day '09 Convivial Photo_4727

(By the way, if the set link doesn't work, try copying and pasting it from this email into your browser's address bar.)

Flickr is almost certainly the best photo management and sharing application in the world. If you'd like to see what I use it for you can check out my profile page or browse my photostream.


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Re: [MISP] HB 725 - It's GO Time!

FYI, if you're like me and don't have your representatives on speed dial, go here:
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Jon Hendry wrote:
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All political campaigns are properly choreographed and now it's time to bring the noise on HB725. (see link)

 

http://www.nmlegis.gov/lcs/_session.aspx?chamber=H&legtype=B&legno=%20725&year=09

 

Basically this bill kills the incentive program.  Oh, and just for kicks, it also kills the loan program.  No modifications, no caps, no nothing. Just Dead.  And on the 1st of July, too, this year.  So if you're not working now, your last movie was your last movie.

 

The bill has a hearing in the House this Sunday at 130p.  Unlike last year, we are not asking you to come up.  This is a way smaller committee room.  And we need to have people from outside the business front and center.  They already know what this bill would do to us. They don't need to be reminded of our strength. That was shown on Film and Multimedia day.  Feel free to come up if you want.  Dress well.  Be gracious.  But don't expect to be called on to speak.  What we really need is phone calls, emails and faxes.  So what we are asking you to do is call or write an email.  And have your family and friends do the same. 

 

We particularly need to hear from your local vendors and suppliers who have benefited from the film business.  You should reach out to your vendors and respectively ask them to contact these legislators, too, and state that they are a business.  That they do no work directly in producing movies, but benefit from them.  They may want to mention that this is not a good time to be putting an extra burden on the business community.  Hotels, restaurants, office suppliers, lumber yards, etc., any non-film related business that we work with.  They should also contact their trade organizations if they are a member, like the Chamber of Commerce or the Lodgers Association, and ask them to step up on their behalf.

 

Some guidelines for your communications:

 

1. Keep it short and put your argument in the first couple of sentences.  No one is going to read a long email or fax.

2. Keep it positive.  Remember most of these people, at one time or another, have voted for us.

3. If you feel you must tell your representatives that if they don't vote to oppose this bill, you will take yourself to the state where they are currently filming, DON'T.  Those of us with homes not houses here, and strong roots in the community, don't have that option and some legislators already think of us as a transient business.  There's no point in reinforcing that stereotype.

4. Our intention is not to clog up the process.  They have important work to do. We should be adding to the discourse and not preventing it.

5. Don't ignore this message. The quickest way to put New Mexico from a recession into a depression would be the immediate elimination of our business.  And your time, effort and energy will make a difference. 

6. Questions? Contact Faith Strongheart at faithstrongheart@mac.com

8. PASS THIS ON.  Don't assume that someone has already gotten this.

 

 

Jon Hendry

Business Agent

IATSE Local 480

 


 



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[MISP] HB 725 - It's GO Time!

A very important typo was corrected in Guideline #3.   Please disregard the first email.

All political campaigns are properly choreographed and now it's time to bring the noise on HB725. (see link)

 

http://www.nmlegis.gov/lcs/_session.aspx?chamber=H&legtype=B&legno=%20725&year=09

 

Basically this bill kills the incentive program.  Oh, and just for kicks, it also kills the loan program.  No modifications, no caps, no nothing. Just Dead.  And on the 1st of July, too, this year.  So if you're not working now, your last movie was your last movie.

 

The bill has a hearing in the House this Sunday at 130p.  Unlike last year, we are not asking you to come up.  This is a way smaller committee room.  And we need to have people from outside the business front and center.  They already know what this bill would do to us. They don't need to be reminded of our strength. That was shown on Film and Multimedia day.  Feel free to come up if you want.  Dress well.  Be gracious.  But don't expect to be called on to speak.  What we really need is phone calls, emails and faxes.  So what we are asking you to do is call or write an email.  And have your family and friends do the same. 

 

We particularly need to hear from your local vendors and suppliers who have benefited from the film business.  You should reach out to your vendors and respectively ask them to contact these legislators, too, and state that they are a business.  That they do no work directly in producing movies, but benefit from them.  They may want to mention that this is not a good time to be putting an extra burden on the business community.  Hotels, restaurants, office suppliers, lumber yards, etc., any non-film related business that we work with.  They should also contact their trade organizations if they are a member, like the Chamber of Commerce or the Lodgers Association, and ask them to step up on their behalf.

 

Some guidelines for your communications:

 

1. Keep it short and put your argument in the first couple of sentences.  No one is going to read a long email or fax.

2. Keep it positive.  Remember most of these people, at one time or another, have voted for us.

3. If you feel you must tell your representatives that if they don't vote to oppose this bill, you will take yourself to the state where they are currently filming, DON'T.  Those of us with homes not houses here, and strong roots in the community, don't have that option and some legislators already think of us as a transient business.  There's no point in reinforcing that stereotype.

4. Our intention is not to clog up the process.  They have important work to do. We should be adding to the discourse and not preventing it.

5. Don't ignore this message. The quickest way to put New Mexico from a recession into a depression would be the immediate elimination of our business.  And your time, effort and energy will make a difference. 

6. Questions? Contact Faith Strongheart at faithstrongheart@mac.com

8. PASS THIS ON.  Don't assume that someone has already gotten this.

 

 

Jon Hendry

Business Agent

IATSE Local 480

 


 



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[MISP] HB 725 It's GO Time!

The following email was sent to IATSE Local 480 Members this morning.

All political campaigns are properly choreographed and now it's time to bring the noise on HB725. (see link)


Basically this bill kills the incentive program.  Oh, and just for kicks, it also kills the loan program.  No modifications, no caps, no nothing. Just Dead.  And on the 1st of July, too, this year.  So if you're not working now, your last movie was your last movie.

The bill has a hearing in the House this Sunday at 130p.  Unlike last year, we are not asking you to come up.  This is a way smaller committee room.  And we need to have people from outside the business front and center.  They already know what this bill would do to us. They don't need to be reminded of our strength that was shown on Film and Multimedia day.  Feel free to come up if you want.  Dress well.  Be gracious.  But don't except to be called on to speak.  What we really need is phone calls, emails and faxes.  So what we are asking you to do is call or write an email.  And have your family and friends do the same. 

We particularly need to hear from your local vendors and suppliers who have benefited from the film business.  You should reach out to your vendors and respectively ask them to contact these legislators, too, and state that they are a business.  That they do no work directly in producing movies, but benefit from them.  They may want to mention that this is not a good time to be putting an extra burden on the business community.  Hotels, restaurants, office suppliers, lumber yards.  Any non-film related business that we work with.  They should also contact their trade organizations if they are a member, like the Chamber of Commerce, the Lodgers Association or the Better Business Bureau, and ask them to step up on their behalf.

Some guidelines for your communications:

1. Keep it short and put your argument in the first couple of sentences.  No one is going to read a long email or fax.
2. Keep it positive.  Remember most of these people, at one time or another, have voted for us.
3. If you feel you must, tell your representatives that if they don't vote to oppose this bill, you will take yourself to the state where they are currently filming.  Those of us with homes not houses here, and strong roots in the community, don't have that option and some legislators already think of us as the transient business.  There's no point in reinforcing that stereotype.
4. Our intention is not to clog up the process.  They have important work to do. We should be adding to the discourse and not preventing it.
5. Don't ignore this message. The quickest way to put New Mexico from a recession into a depression would be the immediate elimination of our business.  And your time, effort and energy will make a difference. 
6. Questions? Contact Faith Strongheart at faithstrongheart@mac.com
8. PASS THIS ON.  Don't assume that someone has already gotten this.


Jon Hendry
Business Agent
IATSE Local 480


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Re: [MISP] NM indie filmmaking

Senate Joint Memorial 30 has been changed to address issues that were brought to the sponsor and the Memorial will be going to the Senate Rules Committee this morning. I also do not believe the state should give film makers money to make films, I do believe that the state should invest in businesses that show that the investment is collateralized, show a viable marketing plan and provide a pro forma that shows the investment makes sense. I have been in the business for over 30 years and when I have borrowed money have had to follow the above standards. 

Jim the budget range offered is a good "prove-yourself" range but the thing you must prove is that your film made money or can make money. I read a Roger Corman interview where he said - and I am paraphrasing - "if you want me to invest $200,000 in your film show me a film you made for $20,000 that made money". We are all in the business to make the break out film but we must make sure we approach it like the big studios. Our Tent-poles must keep the tent up, if they don't it will collapse and you are out of business. 

There is no doubt in my mind that we have the talent here in New Mexico to produce viable films, films with a following and YouTube is a great test market for you films, but we must develop a business model that makes sense.


On Feb 27, 2009, at 7:55 AM, Jim Terr wrote:

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Letter sent this morning to SF New Mexican PASATIEMPO entertainment magazine. Sharing with you because we don't all see PASATIEMPO, plus I'm "0-for-1" on getting letters printed there...
 
Regarding Robert Nott's thoughtful and balanced piece about New Mexico-generated filmmaking, ("Support Your Local Filmmaker", February 5), and the bitter letter in response by local video person Christopher Wright (February 13), slamming me and almost everyone else on the film scene who has gotten more notice than he has:
 
Anyone with enough emotional sense to be involved in film can recognize the ravings of a frustrated individual – especially if you've heard his rants often enough over the years. If Mr. Wright ever produces anything as appealing and successful as the long-running documentary, "Wiener Takes All," which he cites as an indication of the vapidity of the Santa Fe Film Festival, I will be the first to rejoice -- and to go figure skating in Hell!
 
And when Mr. Wright's views on YouTube approach my 325,000-plus, he'll be in a better position to criticize my work. Mr. Wright's views amount to, uh… let's see… ZERO! (Wait – let me guess – YouTube is a low-quality, low-prestige medium he wouldn't soil himself with.)
 
That said, I concur with many things Wright agrees with in Nott's article, such as having mixed feelings about the State financing films by local filmmakers – even with modest $1 million budgets. In these lean times, and with the varied social and religious values amongNew Mexico taxpayers – plus the pervasive fear of insider-judging and backscratching – that might be a hard act to justify.
 
Fortunately, however, Santa Fe in particular has – supposedly – more than our share of millionaires, who could fund films if they were aware of the great talent around here, and the piles of money that can be made with a truly original film or TV series.
 
My own idea of a "prove-yourself" indie film is more in the area of $100,000 - $200,000 – or even less! There's a lot that can be done for that with our great actors, whether union or non-union. Let's remember that "Blair Witch," the standard for ultra-low-budget breakout films, was shot for around $25,000. Think SIMPLE, folks!
 
Jim Terr
     www.JimTerr.com
                   Santa Fe, NM
 
                   
 
 


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Re: [MISP] NM indie filmmaking

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On a happy note, our NMSU-Grants student production club YouTube page hit
a half million views today!

To celebrate, check out some of our HD quality projects on YouTube:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eNDObphlXfc (Trinity Rises)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p9NTUypP9AU (New Mexican Gone with the Wind)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6CyHHA2tYDs (Superbowl Supermarket Smackdown)

Support our New Mexico digital media students (click, comment, subscribe).

Thanks!
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Poco Loco Productions

On Fri, February 27, 2009 7:55 am, Jim Terr wrote:
> ***This is a MISP Listserv message. Responses are sent to the list by
> default.***
> ***For more info about MISP and the listserv, scroll to the bottom of the
> page***
> *
>
>
>
> Letter sent this morning to SF New Mexican PASATIEMPO entertainment
> magazine. Sharing with you because we don't all see PASATIEMPO, plus I'm
> "0-for-1" on getting letters printed there...
>
>
>
> Regarding Robert Nott's thoughtful and balanced piece about New
> Mexico-generated filmmaking, ("Support
> <http://www.santafenewmexican.com/Pasatiempo/The-Big-Picture-Robert-Nott--I-
> -The-New-Mexican-> Your Local Filmmaker", February 5), and the bitter
> letter in response by local video person Christopher Wright (February 13),
> slamming me and almost everyone else on the film scene who has gotten more
> notice than he has:
>
>
>
> Anyone with enough emotional sense to be involved in film can recognize
> the
> ravings of a frustrated individual - especially if you've heard his rants
> often enough over the years. If Mr. Wright ever produces anything as
> appealing and successful as the long-running documentary, "Wiener Takes
> All
> <http://www.wienertakesall.com/> ," which he cites as an indication of the
> vapidity of the Santa Fe Film Festival, I will be the first to rejoice --
> and to go figure skating in Hell!
>
>
>
> And when Mr. Wright's views on YouTube approach my 325,000-plus, he'll be
> in
> a better position to criticize my work. Mr. Wright's views amount to, uh.
> let's see. ZERO! (Wait - let me guess - YouTube is a low-quality,
> low-prestige medium he wouldn't soil himself with.)
>
>
>
> That said, I concur with many things Wright agrees with in Nott's article,
> such as having mixed feelings about the State financing films by local
> filmmakers - even with modest $1 million budgets. In these lean times, and
> with the varied social and religious values among New Mexico taxpayers -
> plus the pervasive fear of insider-judging and backscratching - that might
> be a hard act to justify.
>
>
>
> Fortunately, however, Santa Fe in particular has - supposedly - more than
> our share of millionaires, who could fund films if they were aware of the
> great talent around here, and the piles of money that can be made with a
> truly original film or TV series.
>
>
>
> My own idea of a "prove-yourself" indie film is more in the area of
> $100,000
> - $200,000 - or even less! There's a lot that can be done for that with
> our
> great actors, whether union or non-union. Let's remember that "Blair
> Witch,"
> the standard for ultra-low-budget breakout films, was shot for around
> $25,000. Think SIMPLE, folks!
>
>
>
> Jim Terr
>
> www.JimTerr.com <http://www.jimterr.com/>
>
> Santa Fe, NM
>
>
>
>
> <http://www.bluecanyonproductions.com/images/DepressionGirlCellPhone-smaller
> ForWeb.jpg>
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[MISP] NM indie filmmaking

 

Letter sent this morning to SF New Mexican PASATIEMPO entertainment magazine. Sharing with you because we don’t all see PASATIEMPO, plus I’m “0-for-1” on getting letters printed there...

 

Regarding Robert Nott’s thoughtful and balanced piece about New Mexico-generated filmmaking, (“Support Your Local Filmmaker”, February 5), and the bitter letter in response by local video person Christopher Wright (February 13), slamming me and almost everyone else on the film scene who has gotten more notice than he has:

 

Anyone with enough emotional sense to be involved in film can recognize the ravings of a frustrated individual – especially if you’ve heard his rants often enough over the years. If Mr. Wright ever produces anything as appealing and successful as the long-running documentary, “Wiener Takes All,” which he cites as an indication of the vapidity of the Santa Fe Film Festival, I will be the first to rejoice -- and to go figure skating in Hell!

 

And when Mr. Wright’s views on YouTube approach my 325,000-plus, he’ll be in a better position to criticize my work. Mr. Wright’s views amount to, uh… let’s see… ZERO! (Wait – let me guess – YouTube is a low-quality, low-prestige medium he wouldn’t soil himself with.)

 

That said, I concur with many things Wright agrees with in Nott’s article, such as having mixed feelings about the State financing films by local filmmakers – even with modest $1 million budgets. In these lean times, and with the varied social and religious values among New Mexico taxpayers – plus the pervasive fear of insider-judging and backscratching – that might be a hard act to justify.

 

Fortunately, however, Santa Fe in particular has – supposedly – more than our share of millionaires, who could fund films if they were aware of the great talent around here, and the piles of money that can be made with a truly original film or TV series.

 

My own idea of a “prove-yourself” indie film is more in the area of $100,000 - $200,000 – or even less! There’s a lot that can be done for that with our great actors, whether union or non-union. Let’s remember that “Blair Witch,” the standard for ultra-low-budget breakout films, was shot for around $25,000. Think SIMPLE, folks!

 

Jim Terr

     www.JimTerr.com

                   Santa Fe, NM

 

                  

 

 



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Re: [MISP] NM LEGISLATIVE SB670 VIRTUAL, 3D ACADEMIES FOR LIFELONG LEARNERS

A timely blogpost today by guest writer, J.J. Ramo of Taos on Outta the clear blue reminds of last summer's meeting with Coronado Ventures Forum and the NM film industry. Pete Rogina of WorldScape Inc. suggested that New Mexico was poised to become a leader in 3D media. Ramo quotes Rogina in the blog:

Says Rogina, "The natural overlap between 3D and gaming and government training should make for a fertile environment.  Things get really exciting when preparation meets opportunity.  The numbers support a very big opportunity and, therefore, a few percent should be considered to be re-invested into preparation (both academic and professional). Rogina has suggested that New Mexico add a 3-5% tax incentive for 3D projects. He says, "On top of what is already a recognized and aggressive incentive program, the extra targeted incentive will get worldwide attention and, at least, make it worthwhile for just about everyone to shop 3D-related business in NM."

J.J. Ramo's latest screenplay has just been optioned as part of a multi-million dollar Action Adventure package. She tutored with Pete Rogina to learn about writing 3D scenes. More on that at Outta the clear blue.

 
Sheila Seclearr
Screenwriter
Taos, NM
www.outtatheclearblue.com



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SENATE BILL 670
                                49th legislature - STATE OF NEW MEXICO
- first session, 2009
                                                                  INTRODUCED BY

Carlos R. Cisneros


    AN ACT

MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO THE HIGHER EDUCATION DEPARTMENT TO CONTRACT
FOR THE DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF CURRICULA FOR
VIRTUAL THREE-DIMENSIONAL ACADEMIES FOR LIFELONG LEARNERS IN NEW
MEXICO.

http://www.nmlegis.gov/Sessions/09%20Regular/bills/senate/SB0670.pdf

Please support New Mexico Legislature SB670. It complements the NMPED
and NMHED MOU for film and digital media educational programs. The
bill proposes Virtual, 3D Immersive Academies for the AEROSPACE,
ENERGY, HEALTH CARE and FILM & DIGITAL MEDIA industries.

If you need additional information, please contact Jeanne O'Dean,
President, Global Telesis 3, LLC  jeanneodean@gmail.com

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[MISP] NM LEGISLATIVE SB670 VIRTUAL, 3D ACADEMIES FOR LIFELONG LEARNERS

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To All MISP Members:

SENATE BILL 670
49th legislature - STATE OF NEW MEXICO
- first session, 2009
INTRODUCED BY

Carlos R. Cisneros


AN ACT

MAKING AN APPROPRIATION TO THE HIGHER EDUCATION DEPARTMENT TO CONTRACT
FOR THE DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF CURRICULA FOR
VIRTUAL THREE-DIMENSIONAL ACADEMIES FOR LIFELONG LEARNERS IN NEW
MEXICO.

http://www.nmlegis.gov/Sessions/09%20Regular/bills/senate/SB0670.pdf

Please support New Mexico Legislature SB670. It complements the NMPED
and NMHED MOU for film and digital media educational programs. The
bill proposes Virtual, 3D Immersive Academies for the AEROSPACE,
ENERGY, HEALTH CARE and FILM & DIGITAL MEDIA industries.

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[MISP] New Mexico Film & Digital Media Day

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Thanks to everyone from the list who was able to participate in yesterday's (first?) NM Film & Digital Media Day.  I think it was a great success, conveying the wide interest and support from our communities -- and expressing some well-deserved appreciation for members of the legislature who've been so supportive so far.
 
Particular thanks should go to Jon Hendry (who came up with the wacky idea), Rochelle Bussey of the Governor's Council for Film and Digital Media, the New Mexico Film Office, IATSE 480 and many many more companies, unions and insitutions.
 
Special thanks also to Albuquerque Studios who sponsored last night's legislative reception with IATSE 480. As always, it's great to see how this wide group can pull together to keep good things happening for New Mexico. 


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[MISP] RSVP for your ring-side seats at the NMAF Addys!

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First, thanks to all who were able to participate in yesterday's (first?) NM Film and Digital Media Day at the state capitol.  Albuquerque Studios, who sponsored the post-event legislative reception with IATSE 480 will be honored this weekend as part of New Mexico Advertising Federation's "LuchAddys"

The connections between film, digital media and the advertising and marketing communities will only continue to grow -- especially if we want to make the best use of New Mexico's many creative strengths. 

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Date: Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 3:02 PM
Subject: RSVP for your ring-side seats at the NMAF Addys!
To: rsvp nmadfed <rsvp@nmadfed.org>


Order now and thrill to the victories and the agonies of
the season!

Tickets: $50, tables $450

RSVP@nmadfed.org

Witness the unmasking of Creativito and the fate of those
who dared to enter the ring! Enjoy viewing the work of the
finalists, festive gourmet Mexican cuisine, genuine
Luchador Wrestling Matches, and el grand after-show
fiesta! Fabulous prizes, too! Cash bar to celebrate the
fiesta! Va a haber baile despues de el show.
The Addys will take place this Saturday, February 28th,
at 6 p.m. at the Sheraton Uptown, 2600 Louisiana
Blvd. NE, Albuquerque.  The Sheraton Uptown is offering
rooms for Addy attendees from $89 a night.

 



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[MISP] Digital Arts Conference and Film Showcase

There is still time to join us for this year’s
 
DIGITAL ARTS CONFERENCE
Saturday, March 7, 2009, 9:00am–3:30pm

The Road to Creative Success
 
KEYNOTE presentation by Robin Williams, author of the ever-popular Non-Designer’s series, on the most current trend in design and digital arts: The Best of Both Worlds—Hand-Made and Digital.
 
GENERAL SESSION presentation by Joey Belville, award-winning music producer, will unravel the mystery behind The Magic of Digital Audio.
 
BREAKOUTS include high dynamic range photography, DVDs with Final Cut Studio, game design with Flash, photographer’s guide to New Mexico, advances in digital camcorders, marketing success with old and new media, universally accessible websites, image enhancement with Photoshop CS4, film production, and more.
 
SPECIAL GUEST Tyler Lee, Executive Director of Sony Pictures ImageWorks Interactive, will be available for Q&A about the industry and to review web-related portfolios. Bring your web work!
 
EXHIBITORS include Albuquerque Film Office, American Marketing Association; CK Barlow, composer, performer, sound designer; Equipos, cinema cameras and equipment; Friends of Film, Video and Arts; Kidz Korner Studio, animation and motion capture; Media Arts Collaborative Charter School; Efrain Padro, photographer; Sony Pictures ImageWorks Interactive; Osher Lifelong Learning; UNMCE Youth Program; UNM Bookstore; and more.
 
Meals and snacks provided. Networking, book sales, and raffle!
 
$139/$99 for full-time students and memberships.
Tuition Remission is accepted. Some group rates available.
Held at the UNM Continuing Education Conference Center
1634 University Blvd NE in Albuquerque
 
For more information:
http://dce.unm.edu/digital-arts-conference.htm
To register:
http://dcereg.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=1011&CategoryID=1&SubCategoryID=19
Or call 277-0077 or register at the day of the conference.
 
Contact  
Caroline Orcutt
Digital Arts Program Supervisor
UNM Continuing Education
(505) 277-6037
digitalarts@dce.unm.edu

 
 
In collaboration with the UNMCE Digital Arts Conference
 
NM PROFESSIONAL FILMMAKERS SHOWCASE
Friday, March 6, 2009, 6:00pm–9:00pm

Presented by Friends of Film, Video and Arts

Friends of Film, Video and Arts will offer a presentation of short films by professional
New Mexico filmmakers as a kick-off event. Seven New Mexico filmmakers will share and discuss their work in this timely and provocative schedule of films. In addition, Friends of Film will launch their filmmaker education series with "Director's Cut New Mexico – The Art of the Interview."
 
Come and join the experience. Great films, great food, great people, great fun!

$19
Tuition Remission is accepted. FoVA membership rates available.
Held at the UNM Continuing Education Conference Center
1634 University Blvd NE in Albuquerque
 
For more information and a list of films:
http://dce.unm.edu/professional-filmmakers-showcase.htm
To register:
http://dcereg.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=1013&courseid=3035&categoryid=3&subcategoryid=89&catalogid=
Or call 277-0077 or register at the door.
 
Contact  
Marie McGhee
Professional Development Program Supervisor
UNM Continuing Education
(505) 277-0723
profskills@dce.unm.edu


 


Tuesday, February 24, 2009

[MISP] SJM30

I want thank everyone for your support on SJM30. We were planning a press conference for tomorrow but it has been decided to hold the press conference closer to the day when the Memorial goes to the floor. Senator Beffort is making changes to the Memorial to improve it and address some concerns that were brought up. I will keep everyone informed on the status of the Memorial. At this point the overall consensus is positive.

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Re: [MISP] KUNM essay including thoughts on movies


On Feb 24, 2009, at 3:10 AM, Jim Terr wrote:
Jim,

I agree with much of what you wrote except for this: "Is it right that CEOs make 400 times as much as their workers? Do they really work 400 times harder?" People don't get paid for how hard they work (or I'd be a rich SOB). They get paid for what they accomplish. What they bring to the table. Don't you think?
- Larry -



[MISP] Come join me at THE BEST OF DOMEFEST at Adelaide Film Festival on fulldome

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For any domies down under...

THE BEST OF DOMEFEST at Adelaide Film Festival Time: February 25, 2009 to March 1, 2009
Location: Adelaide, Australia
Organized By: Australian Network of Art and Technology

Event Description:
THE BEST OF DOMEFEST

Presented by ANAT and the 2009 BigPond(R) Adelaide Film Festival.

Over four evenings at the Mawson Lakes Planetarium we will be screening works from DomeFest, the international festival and competition for works produced for full-dome environments. Curated and introduced by special guest, DomeFest founder and director, David Beining, The Best of DomeFest showcases the most innovative and exciting works submitted to the Albuqurque-based festival over the past seven years.

This is a unique opportunity not to be missed - tickets are selling fast...get yours now!

Tickets: $20/$15 (includes transport)
Bus departs from outside the SA Museum at 6pm & 7:30pm sharp

Wednesday 25, Thursday 26, Saturday 28 February and Sunday 1 March

Book via http://www.adelaidefilmfestival.org / 1300 727 432 or from the AFF Box Office adjacent to the Palace Cinema, 6 Cinema place (enter via Vaughan Place off Rundle Street).

Dont miss out!

http://www.adelaidefilmfestival.org/program/show/127


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Re: [MISP] contactyourlegislator

Happy to do so but
1 Its our biggest day of the year tomorrow, forgive us if were a little busy today
2 40% would COST the State . We spend 6c on every dollar @ 25% which is mitigated by a return to local Governments and anyway
it still costs way more to shoot in LA.
3 Huh ? Its already $9.87 in Santa Fe. That's a local issue.


Date: Tue, 24 Feb 2009 16:26:05 -0500
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To: MISP-L@LIST.UNM.EDU

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I am very curious about some recent news I recieved about Californias' new propsed film incentives and what, if anything our NM film offices and legislators plan to do about it.  Below I have cut and pasted three paragraphs I particularly found of interest.  I would love for Lisa or Eric or others to respond with information they may have available that addresses the CA incentive issue....as this seems to be a real threat to cutting our film biz here in NM.
 
 

This past Saturday, Feb. 21, The New Mexican had a front page spread entitled TURF WAR.  The article announced, "CA is now offering a tax credit of 20% to films that cost less than $75 million and a credit of 25% to independent productions in the $1 million to $10 million range and to any TV series that relocates to CA".   Is this going to threaten our current shows – In Plain Sight, Crash, Breaking Bad – and/or any other series that was contemplating shooting in NM?

 

Also on Saturday, another article appeared in The New Mexican mentioning the bill from the junior representative from Roswell – HB 725 – to end the tax incentive and lessen the amount of money in the state's zero-interest loan program for films.  Make no mistake about it:  House Bill HB 725 must be defeated.

 

Our request is three fold.

  1. Defeat House Bill 725.  To pass it is suicide.
  2. Amend the present legislation to increase the 25% tax rebate to 30%.  Add a 40% rebate on the gross receipts tax spent by production companies with a budget of $1 million or more.  This increase in rebate is given to production companies that meet a minimum hire rate of 80% NM hires on their production.  If they spend $50,000 in gross receipts tax, you rebate $20,000 but get to keep $30,000.   Now multiply that times a hundred productions, that's $3 million in gross receipts tax NM gets to keep. Not to mention the economic impact those hundred productions will have on NM.
  3. Create a minimum wage for background players on all productions, i.e. $10.00 per hour.  Presently there are some companies paying $7.00 per hour or less, in essence slave wages.  Increasing the wage per hour will still be within the wages earned by CA background so it is not a leap or a danger increasing this amount but it will increase the amount of tax paid to NM.


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Re: [MISP] contactyourlegislator

I am very curious about some recent news I recieved about Californias' new propsed film incentives and what, if anything our NM film offices and legislators plan to do about it.  Below I have cut and pasted three paragraphs I particularly found of interest.  I would love for Lisa or Eric or others to respond with information they may have available that addresses the CA incentive issue....as this seems to be a real threat to cutting our film biz here in NM.
 
 

This past Saturday, Feb. 21, The New Mexican had a front page spread entitled TURF WAR.  The article announced, "CA is now offering a tax credit of 20% to films that cost less than $75 million and a credit of 25% to independent productions in the $1 million to $10 million range and to any TV series that relocates to CA".   Is this going to threaten our current shows – In Plain Sight, Crash, Breaking Bad – and/or any other series that was contemplating shooting in NM?

 

Also on Saturday, another article appeared in The New Mexican mentioning the bill from the junior representative from Roswell – HB 725 – to end the tax incentive and lessen the amount of money in the state's zero-interest loan program for films.  Make no mistake about it:  House Bill HB 725 must be defeated.

 

Our request is three fold.

  1. Defeat House Bill 725.  To pass it is suicide.
  2. Amend the present legislation to increase the 25% tax rebate to 30%.  Add a 40% rebate on the gross receipts tax spent by production companies with a budget of $1 million or more.  This increase in rebate is given to production companies that meet a minimum hire rate of 80% NM hires on their production.  If they spend $50,000 in gross receipts tax, you rebate $20,000 but get to keep $30,000.   Now multiply that times a hundred productions, that's $3 million in gross receipts tax NM gets to keep. Not to mention the economic impact those hundred productions will have on NM.
  3. Create a minimum wage for background players on all productions, i.e. $10.00 per hour.  Presently there are some companies paying $7.00 per hour or less, in essence slave wages.  Increasing the wage per hour will still be within the wages earned by CA background so it is not a leap or a danger increasing this amount but it will increase the amount of tax paid to NM.


Get a jump start on your taxes. Find a tax professional in your neighborhood today.

Re: [MISP] contacting your legislator in the proper manner

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For updates on the bills in this legislative session and their status, the NM Legislature's Bill Finder is a handy tool:
http://www.nmlegis.gov/lcs/BillFinderNumber.aspx

I'm not an expert in reading the Actions Abbreviations, but this bill appears to be in the Tax and revenue committee.
http://www.nmlegis.gov/lcs/_session.aspx?Chamber=H&LegType=B&LegNo=725&year=09

I'd urge following the approach recommended by Robyn, Elizabeth, Lisa, Jon -- and many others: we're grateful for the support the legislature has given this industry to date.  Acting like this industry is entitled to more during our current situation would be a terrible mistake.

Hope to see many of you at the NM Film and Digital Media Day tomorrow!


On 2/24/09, Elizabeth Gaylynn Baker <goodfilms11@gmail.com> wrote:
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Thanks Jon, Thanks Robyn, I couldn't agree more with your approach, and also appreciate you send the bill along. Has it actually been introduced in the house yet?

On Feb 24, 2009, at 1:51 PM, Reede, Robyn, HSD wrote:

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Here is the bill – but remember – we want to thank our legislators for their support thus far
A message from the Screen Actors Guild urges this as do IATSE. The Film Office and FIPA
 
 
Urgent Message Regarding Film Incentives in New Mexico
With the state facing a budget shortfall, there are some New Mexico legislators eyeing the amount paid out to productions for film tax incentives.
Some of you have received emails requesting that you inundate the Legislature with emails and calls expressing your concerns and even demands for higher tax incentives. 

We respectfully request that you do NOT follow this advice.  Though well-meaning, this would be extremely damaging at this time.

Obviously, everyone in the industry is passionate about maintaining our incentive program. Yet, the consensus at this time is that most legislators are our allies in this,
 and we want to thank them for their support rather than try to intimidate them.
Please consider the following recommendations -- arrived at with the input of the Film Office, the Film Industry Promotion Association, and our colleagues at the other industry labor unions….

As you probably know, the NM Film Office hired the respected firm of Ernst & Young to conduct an impact study of New Mexico's film production tax credit program. While not surprising to members of the industry, the results of the study confirmed that the tax credit makes sense for the state.

The study (available for perusal at www.nmfilm.com) found that in 2007, the 30 films produced in New Mexico generated $253M in spending. Additional benefits included capital investment in new production facilities and businesses; a total impact on employment of over 9,000 jobs and estimated state and local tax collections of $44.1 million, resulting in $1.50 in combined state and local tax revenues for each dollar of state credits.

At this juncture it is far more appropriate to thank your legislators for their past and ongoing support, to express how this industry has personally benefited you and your family, and remind them that not only does your career depend on the film incentive program, but that the industry has a demonstrated positive impact on the local economy
 
 
 
HOUSE BILL 725
49TH LEGISLATURE - STATE OF NEW MEXICO - FIRST SESSION, 2009
INTRODUCED BY
Dennis J. Kintigh
AN ACT
RELATING TO TAXATION; REPEALING THE FILM PRODUCTION TAX CREDIT;
LIMITING THE TYPE OF INVESTMENT THAT CAN BE MADE FROM THE
SEVERANCE TAX PERMANENT FUND IN FILM PROJECTS; REPEALING
SECTIONS OF THE NMSA 1978.
BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF NEW MEXICO:
Section 1. A new section of the Severance Tax Bonding Act
is enacted to read:
"[NEW MATERIAL] INVESTMENT IN FILMS TO BE PRODUCED IN NEW
MEXICO.--Notwithstanding any other provision of the Severance
Tax Bonding Act:
A. no more than three percent of the market value
of the severance tax permanent fund may be invested in film
entities;
B. money in the severance tax permanent fund may be
invested in a film entity only as a market rate investment
pursuant to Section 7-27-5 NMSA 1978 in the form of a loan at a
market rate of interest;
C. the state investment officer shall only make
investments pursuant to this section upon approval of the state
investment council and after a determination by the New Mexico
film division of the economic development department that the
film entity is involved in a film project that:
(1) is scheduled to be filmed wholly or
substantially in New Mexico;
(2) has been shown to the satisfaction of the
New Mexico film division to have a distribution contract in
place with a reputable distribution company; and
(3) while being filmed in New Mexico, will
utilize New Mexico residents for a majority of the production
crew; and
D. as used in this section, "film project" means a
single-medium or multimedia program, including advertising
messages, fixed on film, videotape, computer disc, laser disc
or other similar delivery medium from which the program can be
viewed or reproduced and that is intended to be exhibited in
theaters; licensed for exhibition by individual television
stations, groups of stations, networks, cable television
stations or other means; or licensed for the home viewing
market."
.175783.1
Section 2. REPEAL.--Sections 7-2F-1, 7-2F-2 and 7-27-5.26
NMSA 1978 (being Laws 2002, Chapter 36, Section 1, Laws 2003,
Chapter 127, Section 2 and Laws 2000 (2nd S.S.), Chapter 6,
Section 2, as amended) are repealed.
Section 3. EFFECTIVE DATE.--The effective date of the
provisions of this act is July 1, 2009.
 
 
Could you elaborate on this proposed legislation?  I have not seen anything about that yet.
 
 
On Feb 24, 2009, at 12:48 PM, Michael Turri wrote:


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I urge ALL OF YOU on the list to contact your State Rep. to voice your concern about Representative Dennis Kintigh's legislation to KILL the film tax credit for out of state movie companies. 
Here is the link to the web site where you can find all the state reps info: www.nmlegis.gov/lcs/lcsdocs/HouseMailingList.PDF
 
I sent out a mass mailing this morning and got a positive response from Rep. Jimmy Hall here in Alb. It only takes a minute and can mean the difference between working and not working on films in this state.  
 

Michael Turri
Turri Productions
3805 Calle Pino
Albuquerque, NM 87111
505-350-3295-M
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