Monday, August 31, 2009

[MISP] Music From the Q Presents... Tish Hinojosa in concert on Encantada TV

Music From the Q Presents... Tish Hinojosa in concert Tuesday, September 1st at 6 p.m. on Encantada TV, Albuquerque Comcast Channel 26. 

On June 14th 2009, Music From the Q captured Tish's performance at the Placitas Campfire Series in Placitas, New Mexico. During this uniquely intimate performance Tish debuted many of her songs from her new CD "Our Little Planet". 

Inspired by her rediscovered love for country music, the self-penned songs feature a deeply American mix of Traditional Bluegrass and Tish's trademark sound of Contemporary Folk and Tex-Mex. Tish's Placitas performance was solo, but at times she was accompanied by Gary Roller on bass and Ollie O'Shea on fiddle. For a number of years Tish called Taos, New Mexico her home.

Music From the Q celebrates the creativity and diversity of the Southwest Music Scene and is broadcast to the world thru community television and Internet. You can catch the weekly hour long program, Music From The Q, on Encantada TV or visit the website for previews of the shows. http://www.MusicfromtheQ.com

For more information on Tish, Gary or Ollie, visit their websites--  http://www.mundotish.comhttp://www.rollerstudio.comhttp://www.ollieoshea.com
You can also preview video clips from Music From the Q at The Root 66 website http://www.theroot66.com/main/search/search?q=music+from+the+q

Music From the Q was created by Tony DellaFlora and Brad Stoddard.


Brad Stoddard
Producer/Director
Music From The Q
MusicfromtheQ.com
505-440-7034





Re: [MISP] Interview with Shenita Moore (formerly Albq.) & Mike Miller

           

>>Jim, she needs help w/her logline. She said nothing that would interest anybody.>>

 

I agree, though she’s got a problem there because the most obvious logline gives the story away. But I’m sure she could – and should – come up with something.

 

Having said that, I’d rather have a one-minute trailer that really draws you in on many levels (as I think this one does), than a good log line and an uninteresting trailer – and we’ve both seen plenty of those.

 

 

 


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Sent: Sunday, August 30, 2009 6:47 PM
To: NM Media Discussion List; Jim Terr
Subject: Re: [MISP] Interview with Shenita Moore (formerly Albq.) & Mike Miller

 

Jim, she needs help w/her logline. She said nothing that would interest anybody. The trailer might be wonderful, though, and that may help her, but without it there's nothing there.

 

- L -

 

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I did this because I thought the clip of their film I saw had such an interesting, draw-you-in quality in every way...  Their film is being shot on, well, film!

 

Interview with Shenita Moore, actress and co-producer of "Queen Victoria's Wedding", hopefully feature film in-progress. Along with Michael Miller, prominentAlbuquerque film producer. Interviewed in Lindy's Cafe in downtown Albuquerque,

 

 

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Sunday, August 30, 2009

Re: [MISP] Leopold Legacy Film Competition

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Re: [MISP] Interview with Shenita Moore (formerly Albq.) & Mike Miller

Jim, she needs help w/her logline. She said nothing that would interest anybody. The trailer might be wonderful, though, and that may help her, but without it there's nothing there.

- L -

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I did this because I thought the clip of their film I saw had such an interesting, draw-you-in quality in every way...  Their film is being shot on, well, film!
 
Interview with Shenita Moore, actress and co-producer of "Queen Victoria's Wedding", hopefully feature film in-progress. Along with Michael Miller, prominentAlbuquerque film producer. Interviewed in Lindy's Cafe in downtown Albuquerque,
 
 
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[MISP] Interview with Shenita Moore (formerly Albq.) & Mike Miller

 

I did this because I thought the clip of their film I saw had such an interesting, draw-you-in quality in every way...  Their film is being shot on, well, film!

 

Shenita Moore interview: QUEEN VICTORIA'S WEDDING

Interview with Shenita Moore, actress and co-producer of "Queen Victoria's Wedding", hopefully feature film in-progress. Along with Michael Miller, prominent Albuquerque film producer. Interviewed in Lindy's Cafe in downtown Albuquerque,

 

 

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Re: [MISP] Leopold Legacy Film Competition

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thanks for submitting my short film "Stories of Wolves" to the Film
Competition.
I just remembered that you needed my place of training:
University of Munich
length: 3 Minutes 49 seconds


thanks again,
Elke Duerr


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> Call for film submissions with a message of environmental stewardship,
> sustainability, environmental justice, wilderness management, living
> with nature an related subjects.
>
>
>
> Open to film makers of all ages. Two categories: 5 minutes or less and
> 15-20 minutes. Deadline for submissions is August 31. Competition
> showing will be at the Gutierrez-Hubbell House Alliance September 11,
> 2009.
>
> This competition is part of the Leopold Legacy Film Series featuring
> environmental documentaries such as BlueGlold: World Water Wars, Dirt!
> The Movie, Heat & Soil, and others.
>
>
>
> Submissions must be on DVD or Blu-Ray disc, and will not be returned.
> Please include name, age, contact information, and school if applicable.
> Submissions will be judged on how well they pertain to the themes and
> ideals of Aldo Leopold, their technical quality, the overall quality of
> the film, and the effort involved in its productions. All material in
> films must be entrant's original work, unless use of materials such as
> music or photographs is permitted by the owner. For more information,
> contact 314-0398.
>
>
>
> Send submissions to:
>
> Bernalillo County Open Space
>
> Attn: Colleen Langan
>
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Friday, August 28, 2009

[MISP] FW: [MISP] Documentary of interest to actors & those who deal with them...


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Subject: Re: [MISP] Documentary of interest to actors & those who deal with them...

Very Good review,Jim.
When you have a momento, I recommend reading Stella Adler’s brilliant book, “The Art of Acting,” with foreword by Marlon Brando (One of her prior students) --Compiled & Edited by Howard Kissel, one of her good friends.  The word “heartbreaking” is put into very wise perspective by the acting “Madame” who was probably the only Coach who studied with the well known Russian Actor/Coach, Konstantin Stanislavsky (Who influenced New York’s “The Method” and “Actor’s Studio”)  Remember then?  Just another perspective, Jim :--).
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Every Little Step – movie review for KUNM
           © Jim Terr 2009

I left the documentary, “Every Little Step”, wondering whether someone who has not been involved with theater or film, with the process of auditioning, could fully appreciate the intensity, the longing, the heartbreak of auditioning, of finally getting that part – or not. Well, actually, though I’ve been involved on both sides of the table, as an actor and as a director trying to select the right “talent” for the job, I’m not sure I’ve ever experienced quite that degree of intensity myself.

But the 3,000 singer/dancer/actors auditioning for the 19 slots in the 2006 Broadway revival of “A Chorus Line” – many of whom traveled thousands of miles to be there – are an intense bunch. Watching them dance their hearts out, sing their lungs out, and watching as their hopes are dashed – or in some cases, rewarded – and how they react, is fascinating.

I could have answered my own question about the universal appeal of “Every Little Step” by just noticing that my companion, who has nothing do with theater or dance, was likewise enthralled by the film. These folks are exceptional people, incredibly well-trained, and watching the audition process is exhilarating, and at times heartbreaking. They’re also beautiful people, and that makes it even more fun to watch.

The film returns often to the genesis of “A Chorus Line” in the 1970s, when choreographer Michael Bennett gathered several dancers around a tape recorder to talk about their lives as performers, as children, many as gay people trying to cope with an unaccepting world. From that first session, evidently, he knew he had the makings of a universal story. Aren’t most of us, after all, trying to make it, trying to fit in and be accepted?

Bennett is gone, but many of the actors and producers involved in the original production are involved in the new auditions and in the film. A wonderfully thoughtful and articulate bunch, which is part of what makes a film like this so interesting.

I got a special kick out of seeing New Mexio’s own Marsha Mason get such a great acknowledgment in the film. Songwriter Marvin Hamlisch (is it OK to call such an august figure a songwriter?), tells a story, in his wonderful style, about how the original show just wasn’t working for the audiences, until Marsha Mason showed up and made a brilliant observation and suggestion which turned the show around and resulted in standing ovations thereafter.

Strangely, perhaps, this documentary left me with no desire to see “A Chorus Line”, which I don’t think I’ve ever seen. Strange, since the documentary and its marketing seem to me very much directed toward getting butts in the seats at the new Broadway production. I simply enjoyed watching the personalities and talents involved in the audition process.

I have a nagging  question about how the documentary crew happened to follow from the beginning of the process, several of the actors who ended up being cast, and I wonder whether some of those NOT cast have the same question.

But none of that detracts from this thrilling, fascinating documentary.
“Every Little Step” is showing at the Center for Contemporary Arts in Santa Fe, show times at CCAsantafe.org <http://www.ccasantafe.org>





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[MISP] Documentary of interest to actors & those who deal with them...

 

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                "One-third million YouTube views – but who’s counting?" 


Every Little Step – movie review for KUNM
            © Jim Terr 2009

I left the documentary, “Every Little Step”, wondering whether someone who has not been involved with theater or film, with the process of auditioning, could fully appreciate the intensity, the longing, the heartbreak of auditioning, of finally getting that part – or not. Well, actually, though I’ve been involved on both sides of the table, as an actor and as a director trying to select the right “talent” for the job, I’m not sure I’ve ever experienced quite that degree of intensity myself.

But the 3,000 singer/dancer/actors auditioning for the 19 slots in the 2006 Broadway revival of “A Chorus Line” – many of whom traveled thousands of miles to be there – are an intense bunch. Watching them dance their hearts out, sing their lungs out, and watching as their hopes are dashed – or in some cases, rewarded – and how they react, is fascinating.

I could have answered my own question about the universal appeal of “Every Little Step” by just noticing that my companion, who has nothing do with theater or dance, was likewise enthralled by the film. These folks are exceptional people, incredibly well-trained, and watching the audition process is exhilarating, and at times heartbreaking. They’re also beautiful people, and that makes it even more fun to watch.

The film returns often to the genesis of “A Chorus Line” in the 1970s, when choreographer Michael Bennett gathered several dancers around a tape recorder to talk about their lives as performers, as children, many as gay people trying to cope with an unaccepting world. From that first session, evidently, he knew he had the makings of a universal story. Aren’t most of us, after all, trying to make it, trying to fit in and be accepted?

Bennett is gone, but many of the actors and producers involved in the original production are involved in the new auditions and in the film. A wonderfully thoughtful and articulate bunch, which is part of what makes a film like this so interesting.

I got a special kick out of seeing New Mexio’s own Marsha Mason get such a great acknowledgment in the film. Songwriter Marvin Hamlisch (is it OK to call such an august figure a songwriter?), tells a story, in his wonderful style, about how the original show just wasn’t working for the audiences, until Marsha Mason showed up and made a brilliant observation and suggestion which turned the show around and resulted in standing ovations thereafter.

Strangely, perhaps, this documentary left me with no desire to see “A Chorus Line”, which I don’t think I’ve ever seen. Strange, since the documentary and its marketing seem to me very much directed toward getting butts in the seats at the new Broadway production. I simply enjoyed watching the personalities and talents involved in the audition process.

I have a nagging  question about how the documentary crew happened to follow from the beginning of the process, several of the actors who ended up being cast, and I wonder whether some of those NOT cast have the same question.

But none of that detracts from this thrilling, fascinating documentary.
“Every Little Step” is showing at the Center for Contemporary Arts in Santa Fe, show times at CCAsantafe.org

 

 



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[MISP] PodCasting and VodCasting Wednesday 9/2

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Webuquerque and AniMotion NM are teaming up for their next event, this coming Wednesday at UNM's ARTS Lab: http://www.dukecityfix.com/events/podcasting-vodcasting-101

Local audio/video producer Vincent Ascoli, will examine the full cycle of podcasting and vodcasting:

1. Conception
2. Production
3. Encoding
4. Distribution

Vincent will also demonstrate several examples of pod- and vodcasts, what people are doing with them and how they can be made to work for you and your clients.

Presentation begins at 7pm and runs for about an hour. Socializing will follow for those folks interested.

Hope to see you all there!

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[MISP] Rio Grande IGDA Event: Night Out @ Marble 9/3

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From: "Whetzel, Jonathan H" <jhwh...@sandia.gov>
Date: Aug 12, 1:33 pm
Subject: Rio Grande IGDA Event: Night Out @ Marble
To: RioGrande-IGDA


Howdy!

Our next Rio Grande IGDA event will be of the casual variety with us
meeting up at Marble Brewery (111 Marble Ave. NW) for some post
workday conversations and brews.  Come out to meet up with your fellow
game developers to enjoy some spirited conversations and one of the
few remaining pleasant Albuquerque summer nights.  Here's the skinny
on the event:

Rio Grande IGDA Night Out @ Marble
Where:  Marble Brewery (111 Marble Ave NW)
When:  Thursday, September 3rd @ 6 pm
Cost:  Whatever your eatin' & drinkin'

Thanks & looking forward to seeing you all there!

-- Jon

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Thursday, August 27, 2009

[MISP] REMINDER: Free informational session about New Visions '09

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REMINDER – THIS MONDAY AND TUESDAY:

 

Free informational sessions about preparing a New Visions/New Mexico Contract Award application will be provided by the NM Filmmakers Program on the following dates:

 

Monday, August 31st – 12:00pm | Albuquerque: UNM Arts Lab – 131 Pine Street, NE: Albuquerque, NM  87131 (corner of Central and Pine)

Tuesday, September 1st – 6:00pm | Santa Fe: Jean Cocteau Theatre – 418 Montezuma Ave. Santa Fe, NM  87501 (near corner of Guadalupe & Montezuma)

 

Space is limited, so please call (505) 476-5600 to reserve a seat or for additional information.  Applications will be provided and can be printed online at www.nmfilm.com or picked up in person at the NM Film Office at 418 Montezuma Avenue, Santa Fe, NM. 

 

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[MISP] Fwd: Tonight @ The Complex

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Tonight @ the Complex
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Northern New Mexico Chapter of NMTC invites you to our third Beer
and Gear event, where we will be hosting a throwdown between four of
the hottest smartphones on the market. Refereed by our very own Jimmy
Armijo, we will hear a comprehensive comparison of the functions and
features of each device and the vendors that support them. Time will be
allotted at the end of the program for questions from the audience.
Read more [http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?et=1102683719146&s=305&e=001UwLJcxEn_DJBK1nMk-chNplLuVqPnB-5EQCVUFumjnUkxnoqCAw_exo2SQGygGuyXwhQBa5Po_AVTB2W94LcZYI4-UlqplII8I2IYm09aHvaXU2swdsY6lOsIejJ2mJxaFv0btJ2LGoXS824IXQ-p-jTds8J38-CU2Qil5sbhcs=].
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Stereo Card by Georgette Freeman
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Santa Fe Complex receives significant funding from the Economic
Development Department
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Lechuza to the Max
The SFMax series offers two sessions next week highlighting the work
of Native scholar,
performer & composer Alan Lechusza
[http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?et=1102683719146&s=305&e=001UwLJcxEn_DLDu9gwe_86x1FmiUnyOtc8Zf3m0SUpOiBvY6eNKpOpeJ2pD86Wex6wvE5CH97x5ccPSGatzDrQjz7r6CYO0f8FAzx_FscpuOKqcghPO1-5dwjvR_1xwuNpLsfjdxTFBghWOCzGhxNYWt3iBZMBOHFl-ilz9ejYaNxeJQ_zkHIryN89NpD00hIR_1rcJ6PMb-sAjuDYa1zdYnOxHlg4OLnPeNqTVPbCX08=].
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Alan will explore his work as a solo artist and how it bridges contemporary new
music with improvised music for all woodwinds. The next night, Sept.
12 [http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?et=1102683719146&s=305&e=001UwLJcxEn_DJ6k4receOP1FVVjCzGYjmkUpTahFkvkkP7-4UQotkhllXqUb1Yi2eEKoEzRKEZhv-Xzr8MfR0c-k0xXDy_tVNvDjVPEWl4ScunO5g0iQhgJueFa23B_cBZmn0jW02Ho5XPYWcKyqWYoNC4LiZLkyj24m-_WpJi5X0=],
he'll be joined by Carolyn Lechusza and Dave Wayne for excerpts from two of his
works.

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IgniteNM [http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?et=1102683719146&s=305&e=001UwLJcxEn_DLoiuCRXjWSGKVmUfMjeYaW6Gl36PDX6S4dyKXtOrIda9VRFONLLG7BZy2EBGlZHYJ3Cl09UhBAjvNHhAqCXWnfsymrYkBZNaZ5HGdcpaXHwg==]
IgniteSF Grows to IgniteNM
September 15 · 6:00pm
IgniteSF is returning to the Complex on September 15 as IgniteNM and
there's a place
for you. Submit your topic here
[http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?et=1102683719146&s=305&e=001UwLJcxEn_DIA17DQgs1zpvN_zf6xFX6suqXzO3l8v3Y2iZgW9ayM7I8-cIyoYPuBkq2VCQ-jcAr1BNTzhs5ddOa_6vIhx8Z4OcD-P4o0qJR1Pk7urOFhLw==].
You can also vote for your topic and others. The top 12 topics will
present! Read
more [http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?et=1102683719146&s=305&e=001UwLJcxEn_DLoiuCRXjWSGKVmUfMjeYaW6Gl36PDX6S4dyKXtOrIda9VRFONLLG7BZy2EBGlZHYJ3Cl09UhBAjvNHhAqCXWnfsymrYkBZNaZ5HGdcpaXHwg==].
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Take the Railrunner
to the Complex

Leave downtown Abq at 4:15 on the #514 and you'll be at the Santa Fe
Depot by 5:46.
Walk west, past the REI building, to the Complex for our evening
events. (For the
Railrunner schedule, click here
[http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?et=1102683719146&s=305&e=001UwLJcxEn_DJk0LJpb2MBeA2EQoX4RcP7hJfpw09G6bBnmmIVG5bq7q0ZsUdZy9GCt7M9c9I201gszOn-XB2hDNl2rTtUzXsOGFrl9COQXABszDGilHrFkX2GI6DBvCjZXdIcUKeSNTE=].)

Return on the #519 at 8:15, arriving in downtown ABQ at 9:42, or the #521 heads
south at 9:30 to arrive at 10:57.
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Manipulated Image Brings Work from Four Continents to the Complex
August 28 · 8:30pm
4continents [http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?et=1102683719146&s=305&e=001UwLJcxEn_DJu8zAIC1WIVFrVNLZJMWrZ9CesiKO7iWIzgm2npSyZ_Olspua7SSQUK74uyZur_HtsA-X6JTEWnWgiVeEyLQOqReMGA72Q3mNu0-8dVVAjAEmeEbsEpu37aYpypW9WFau0OM_zcwfpJ0nZ3l4Jb66G]Featuring
mobile phone video and indie-animations by Russian collective,
Selfburning [http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?et=1102683719146&s=305&e=001UwLJcxEn_DL8OhrsvPwTcc8kEzr4sp6ir_dYava5IVubHKG_vx8nlaqBsOLJc5stghaM8oFXjPJobRX0M3siM34tr6CHsldJX9F-r3kk0pTvalKmePq35A==],
videos and interactive Flash web art by Kelly Monico
[http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?et=1102683719146&s=305&e=001UwLJcxEn_DInstiUgCsmPuvq_Y-IRRFKfqhOoksiHVW6OiMCUGjVIxrQT3YY6YcyVhZO_jeOA2gJ5kq8LNGRuZhrOz0bDKNsMEVKXNH-V_twK6sv9BEELg==],
experimental video by local Andrew Edwards, Moroccan Mohamed Ezoubeiri
[http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?et=1102683719146&s=305&e=001UwLJcxEn_DKwBAWmccLxwY64G9QBFVeV7K328teH2GBik-L2Y0yTctHzXkMwzv0g9qCzVKjzyk6y73s4T7sr4sm-Nm5baUwT1JGR4lMLPQhG-YMM_PLZSvz_xK-bGseX]'s
visual slices of life, Fabio Scaccioli
[http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?et=1102683719146&s=305&e=001UwLJcxEn_DJZZCEgQ3gK7CtywI3RmP3XffJoCAt7ILPUTwn34XXNZ95nCsn0CIlVWxiNBbBeqYdlbj3gMppSzhVi6trERDXTsXYwyUrykeddf0ylD_eDbPUog8WClf2S]'s
philosophical experiments based on the function of language, and relationship of
object and image, and a virtual tour of Second Life with surprise animations by
an artist from Amsterdam. Read more
[http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?et=1102683719146&s=305&e=001UwLJcxEn_DJu8zAIC1WIVFrVNLZJMWrZ9CesiKO7iWIzgm2npSyZ_Olspua7SSQUK74uyZur_HtsA-X6JTEWnWgiVeEyLQOqReMGA72Q3mNu0-8dVVAjAEmeEbsEpu37aYpypW9WFau0OM_zcwfpJ0nZ3l4Jb66G].
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What Is Causality in
Complex Systems?
September 3 · 3:00pm
Alicia Juarrero
[http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?et=1102683719146&s=305&e=001UwLJcxEn_DKu-gXqX3fvy8GXFn6E1n3h_ZtS73rOt7Cfgdsg7Gze1r4760OAcBdiPAqpvnorEOO1sRofEVtvim9akJoo3aU-KRBXytHKtbAYYQnZMiE_S-vpQik22pn5tvgiTrL_ySc0khxQ8Y78E-pJGic7-BYhZiW837iT75w=]Alicia
Juarrero, professor of philosophy emerita at Prince George's Community
College in
Maryland, rethinks the concept of
cause in terms of complex systems. This requires a renewed
understanding of part-whole
and
whole-part causes, and of the embeddedness of complex systems in history and the
environment, she argues. Read more
[http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?et=1102683719146&s=305&e=001UwLJcxEn_DKu-gXqX3fvy8GXFn6E1n3h_ZtS73rOt7Cfgdsg7Gze1r4760OAcBdiPAqpvnorEOO1sRofEVtvim9akJoo3aU-KRBXytHKtbAYYQnZMiE_S-vpQik22pn5tvgiTrL_ySc0khxQ8Y78E-pJGic7-BYhZiW837iT75w=].
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James Brody [http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?et=1102683719146&s=305&e=001UwLJcxEn_DJvw_wPgOZM54sgIof1qaursKt2AX_XR0_1ad3OcMzHjU_DRdqE7NpIIYO1qWL5NoDRxtO3zQaV6OZlzc7K6QqoMruWYN2iUjWYI6COnSsQ8cM-ulW7wHgr-vAtlYn1h-bYymGwRX4iQOOoEaJWKddE]
Contemporary Music
Continues @ the Complex
September 9 · 6:00pm
Santa Cruz, NM composer and musical scholar James Brody nears the end
of his series
with this next-to-last musical investigations of the work of eight contemporary
composers. Read this new link
[http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?et=1102683719146&s=305&e=001UwLJcxEn_DJP5cSjb7J6-RqGK5x1ZOP-3U4dMfeNhlTN8xzNaA0uwl-5IAaiiIJw_cJVHE77NEwhmfuon3KRT6mbqvDsRWUYkJh818wlPPCByJhfRiBBJbdmyFjytcujh4auuv26ev9APxH3mR5RxDjRxJaDlbd_]
for more information.
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Come Visit Us
Santa Fe Complex is located in the Railyard Art District within
walking distance of the hotels, restaurants and shops at the plaza
downtown. We're housed in two facilities, the project space at 624 Agua
Fria and the common space at 632 Agua Fria.
While there is parking at 624 Agua Fria, the Romero Street parking lot
is more conveniently located for the 632 facility. Romero St. is an
old-style Santa Fe ox-cart road just east of the 624 driveway. Follow
it south from Agua Fria St. until it opens up to two lanes; turn hard
right into the parking lot for 632. Or, enter from Manhattan St. &
Romero St. to the south.
Here's
a map [http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?et=1102683719146&s=305&e=001UwLJcxEn_DIf9OaUs-PXYgKVVuOY8YQ4QeJQf8lqtMMql9h0CMPBYJaBacCQ7dl-Zg1cLB6csEeY7GS6pSB_Iqe1kJBm0yjsvsWLtU1P8Jo4ERraRYYdTkU3Oq7qTks3HebOpp7CWg8=]to
our location, a representative shot showing the Railyard
District and a sketchup drawing of the facility at 632. For more
information, call 505/216.7562 or click here
[http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?et=1102683719146&s=305&e=001UwLJcxEn_DJ6uk4XZ2BsmVzfKmcqJWEss-p-bJp7ipVNMEn0wPpxX61K7OYFLBIqcqSTnjWW59FDxH2pLHhlpJaU4WTzV86WWkbtV27U2WU=].
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Santa Fe Complex
632 Agua Fria

Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
505/216.7562

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Wednesday, August 26, 2009

[MISP] New Mexico Movie News! #1

Hi Everyone,

For those not on our mailing list, we'd like to post here the first edition of our New Mexico Movie News. It's a bi-monthly NM film industry update and collection of great info and resources, as well as introductions to new vendors, locations, crew, and more.  It's our way of helping showcase NM as a leading film destination, and to facilitate communication and movie business among our industry constituency. 

It's also a fitting and exciting way for us to help network the nearly 500 member/advertisers on crewnewmexico.com, and to keep you dialed in to many of the resources available to you as a film or media professional.

We hope you enjoy. Please forward at will.

Special thanks to Eric Whitmore for managing this list.

Best wishes,

Daniel Taras and The crewnewmexico.com Team
(here's a link to the email if you're unable to view properly:  http://archive.constantcontact.com/fs019/1102296456889/archive/1102680079166.html


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Welcome to the first edition of The
New Mexico Movie News by crewnewmexico.com!


 This publication is an extension of our company - a resource that helps productions and filmmakers find all the goods and services they need for their shoot, and to keep New Mexico film pros, film supporting businesses and residents up to date in what's happening in their backyard.

It's also a great way to deliver information on resources available as you consider shooting in New Mexico, are already on the ground in production or if you're looking to network with other film-supporting entities.

We'd like to welcome Elixir Studios to ABQ - the newest addition to the NM film family. Three thousand square feet of studio space, just north of downtown Albuquerque. A great resource and destination for projects big and small. Check 'em out!

In just over a year, crewnewmexico.com has grown to nearly 500 individuals and businesses that play either a key or supporting role in the NM film biz. It's our honor to play a part in such a dynamic and exciting industry.

 Contact us if we can assist your production in any way, or if you're a business or individual interested in increasing your visibility in a competitive market. We bridge the gap between the industry and the people who make it tick.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Enjoy!
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It's our pleasure to introduce you to a brand new, state-of-the art, 3,000 square foot production space in Albuquerque - Elixir Studios.

The product of renowned photographer Robert Reck, Elixir offers two bays with unobstructed shooting space, 14' ceilings, and a two-wall cyclorama. They have a separate daylight studio, hair and makeup stations, equipment rentals, wardrobe area replete with racks, steamer, mirrors, and stereo system and kitchenette.

They're conveniently located near prop houses and support services, provide ample free parking, and can assist you with catering and other production needs.

For photo, video, and fashion shoots, as well as casting calls and event space rentals, the Elixir staff is dedicated to providing you with New Mexico's most professional and savvy production environment.

Call to set up a viewing at (505) 243-5907, or visit elixirstudiosabq.com.

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Industry News

USA Network'sbeacon In Plain Sight get's picked up for a 3rd season tho we don't have word yet if they'll be back to shoot in New Mexico. . . The new Elixir Studios provides the NM film, media, and advertising world a great and welcome studio setting close to downtown ABQ. Cool, hip, best place we've seen so far. . . Breaking Bad is apparently going to need 30,000 extras for the coming shooting season. . . No official word on the proposed Santa Fe Studios project - stay tuned. . . Las Cruces and film liasion Bill McCamey working double-time to bring production to southern New Mexico. . . The "highest house" in all of Albuquerque is now open as a film location and A-List accommodation. . .  Online poll in Variety.com ranks New Mexico as 3rd best place in the country to film (after LA, then NY). . . "Paul," starring Simon Pegg wraps shooting in New Mexico. . . All Star Catering is cooking up on both the Breaking Bad and MacGruber sets - look for their big BBQ/smoker in tow. . . "Gamer" starring Gerard Butler, was filmed in downtown Albuquerque and opens September 4th. . . "Year One" starring Jack Black and Michael Cera was partially filmed in NM - gets slammed on Rotten Tomatoes. . . "My One and Only," also filmed in NM and starring Kevin Bacon and Renee Zelwegger opens this week - stay tuned. . . Bunker LA - LAs #1 headshot and model card printer now reaching out to NM talent who need high quality printing. . . Film Office Director Lisa Strout honored for her contributions to the NM Film Industry. . . Gov. Bill Richardon announces call for proposals for the New Visions/New Mexico program. . . The Santa Fe Film Festival Festival is under accomplished new tutelage and gearing up for a great year - stay tuned!
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Whether you're booking rooms for cast and crew or for lodging on your own dime, our directory features the top film-friendly hotels in New Mexico - from low budget to deluxe. Click here to see our current list! Coming soon - 6 great hotels from Heritage Hotels and Resorts!

Location Location Location!!!

crewnewmexico.com/pecosriverranchNew Mexico is known for its wide variety of film locations. With multiple climatic and geologic zones and a varied architectural history (we're much more than adobe) there's no shortage of amazing places to shoot. In fact, NM was just ranked the third best film location in the country on Variety.com! In just the last year, NM has doubled for Afghanistan (Brothers), Wyoming (Did You Hear About the Morgans), LA (multiple), Mexico (Run for Her Life), Las Vegas/Nevada (Love Ranch), the Holy Land (Year One) and many more.

Check out 15 of the best locations, including Val Kilmer's Pecos River Ranch, by clicking here! Have a great location you'd like to promote? Email us.
 
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An Outstanding Resource
for t
he Industry

We've found
a single company that can provide you with production lodging statewide, multiple (and frequently used) film locations,
a film studio and production office rentals.

 
Stay tuned - you're going to be hearing a lot more about Heritage Hotels and Resorts - one of New Mexico's leading, fully-rebate-able, production support companies - and how they can work with you from Pre-to-Post by covering many of your production needs. One company, one point of contact. That's great news for your next shoot.
Reel World by Devin O'Leary
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Be sure to read Devin O'Leary's "Reel World" column each week in the Weekly Alibi. Devin is the entertainment editor for the Alibi, and his column has news, reviews, and events for the NM film world. Check it out!
 
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Southwest Sports Institute Helps Keep Hillary Swank Fit on "The Resident!"

Southwest Sports Institute provides personal training and nutritional counseling for New Mexico film professionals. They recently trained  Hillary Swank while she was in town shooting "The Resident." Here's a quick Q&A with SWSI owner Adam Halpern.

So, what was it like to be working with Hillary Swank?
It was a great experience.  I've worked with Olympic and professional athletes but working with a 2 time Academy Award winner was a real honor.

What services did you provide for her?
SWSI provided performance training.  I say "SWSI" because due to the production schedule I and another performance specialist, Adrian Gonzales, co-instructed her training program during her time in Albuquerque.

What services do you provide to either individuals or productions?
We have a wide variety of services that we can offer productions of individual film pros.  Our services include traditional one-on-one training and group classes with the most experienced and educated staff in the area. 

To see the rest of the interview, click here!
The Crew Review:
Cool Gear for Your Life on Set
 
Spending long hours on set, exposed to the elements, is rough on any filmmaker. That's why we've sourced some great new products we think will make your upcoming winter a bit more tolerable. We've tested each item (especially the flask), and give it our thumbs up!
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PETZL Tikka Plus Headlamp. Runs 140 hours on 3 AAA batteries. Two brightness settings, comfortable head band, and a flashing mode for safety while biking or, say, riding up and down a Genie Lift between takes.

Icebreaker BodyFit+.  Stay warm on set! New base thermal layer made of the world's best merino fiber, sourced from New Zealand's Southern Alps. Soft, insulating, lightweight, non-itch, highly breathable and stink-free. For men and women.

The Stanley Flask - Stay warm - from the inside out! Made of pure stainless steel. Odorless, tasteless and completely rust proof. Wide mouth opening and a slim profile. Base can be engraved.

Have somethig you'd like us to test? Email us!
Santa Fe Community College
Pumps Out the Film Curriculum!


Santa Fe Community Collge LogoJust about every day the Media Arts Department at Santa Fe Community College announces another film class. From basic instruction to advanced film training SFCC has got you covered. Click here for more info, or email them!
Productions, Save Big on Airport Parking!

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It's our job at crewnewmexico.com to source local vendors who can provide you with great services that can also save you money - and here's a great score!

Airport Fast Park is one of the leading parking facilities near the ABQ Sunport, and they'll work with you to create a discounted parking plan for your production - whether its the entire cast and crew or just select members of your team. 

You'll receive a discounted parking rate of $2.67/day (plus tax), and be able to track the parking habits and expenditures of individual members of your production - who will receive a magnetic strip card. This will allow you to expense to the correct departments, and track their accuracy.

You'll receive a monthly report which outlines all the in/out. This will all be extremely helpful if you're submitting production parking costs for the 25% film industry rebate program.


We've already arranged for discounted parking for all members of the crewnewmexico.com directory! You can sign up by clicking here!

To learn more on how to save big $ on parking for your production, contact John Reimann at Airport Fast Park at (505) 261-7836, or email him at jreimann@airportfastpark.com.
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Our directory features dozens of talented film crew to assist with your shoot. From Academy Award winning editors to recent film training graduates, union and non-union, you'll find the right people for your level of production. From the Art Department to Stunts to Camera Crew, we've got someone for you. Interested in being listed in our CREW department? Click here to see our skills list, and here to get listed on our directory!
What is crewnewmexico.com?
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We're the leading production support and marketing agency for the New Mexico film industry.

Our flagship endeavor, crewnewmexico.com features nearly 500 cast, crew, and film supporting vendors, the latest industry news and events, and helps productions connect to local providers of goods and services, talent and skill.

Our goal is to make sure everyone knows why New Mexico is one of the leading film destinations in the world, and to facilitate business between visiting productions and local purveyors and crew.

When we're not busy doing that, we also develop websites, design logos, and write copy for our clients, and consult for companies and emerging film destinations that are trying to reach out to the film industry.

If you've got a message, skill, product, location or educational opportunity you'd like to market to the film world, contact us at info@crewnewmexico.com, or call (505) 908-9309. You can also click here to read up and register for our directory online.

This edition of The New Mexico Movie News was sent to over 5,000 film professionals and film and media contacts in NM, LA, and nation-wide! Can you get that kind of coverage on your own? Contact us today.

crewnewmexico.com, LLC is not affiliated with the New Mexico Film Office, the State of New Mexico, the IATSE Local 480, or any other union or guild.
Who's Lookin' At You?     crewnewmexico.com/pecosriverranch                    
We know New Mexico is a hot film destination, and our film supporting businesses and crew are increasingly being sought out by productions nationwide. But how hot?

Our site alone receives 8-10,000 unique visitors per month from around the country. Curious if listing on our directory would get you any exposure? Click here and see who visited us in just one typical day! If you're not listed on crewnewmexico.com, you're missing out on local and national industry exposure!

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