Wednesday, September 30, 2009

[MISP] NMTC Women in Tech Scholarship Noms DUE FRIDAY!

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New Mexico has always had amazing talent -- and the NM Technology Council is looking for a few ambitious young women seeking careers in technology to recognize with scholarships at our Women In Technology Awards (on November 5th).  The deadline is this Friday, so please read on below.

WE HAVE SCHOLARSHIPS – APPLY NOW!

PRESS RELEASE

 

ALBUQUERQUE, NM:  Do you know of a deserving young woman who could benefit from scholarship money and mentorship to pursue or complete her education in technology?  For the second year, the New Mexico Technology council is pleased to offer over $5,000 in scholarships to female students who intend to start or continue their education at any trade school, community college or university in New Mexico.  More than half of the scholarships will be awarded to students in Northern New Mexico.

High school or college students pursuing an education in technology are encouraged to submit an application no later than October 15, 2009.  Parents, teachers, and mentors may also nominate a student for a scholarship.

Recipients will receive recognition at a gala brunch on Thursday November 5, 2009 at the Marriott Pyramid Hotel in Albuquerque featuring NM Secretary of Public Education, Veronica Garcia and a special panel of illustrious women technology leaders: Dr. Teresa Cullen, CIO Indian Health Services; Jennifer E. Smith, Sr. VP SAIC; and Diane Bauer, Director, Field Operations at Cisco. These panel members will engage attendees in a lively discussion and Q&A of the future opportunities and challenges in IT. The panel members will engage event participants in a lively discussion about the current and future opportunities and challenges in IT.

To apply or nominate a female student for scholarship, complete the nomination form located at http://www.nmtechcouncil.org/?page=WIT. The deadline for submission is Thursday, October 15, 2009. Nominees for scholarships may be contacted by judging panels for additional information.

Tickets for the event are available for purchase and sponsorship opportunities are available. See the website for more details.

Scholarships are funded through our many sponsors including Technology Integration Group, SolutionWerx, New Horizons, PNM, Commercial Data Systems, ABBA, ITT Technical Institute, and UNM Anderson School of Management.

About the New Mexico Technology Council – NMTC is a member-driven association of business and organization executive leaders, working together to promote the growth and success of New Mexico's technology sector. We believe that inspiring more women to choose technology careers is critical to ensuring that our country can compete in the global economy, that we maximize opportunities for innovation, and that the technology industries are as diverse and creative as the people it serves. Statistics reveal the need for women in technology:

·       Women hold more than 50% of all professional occupations but makeup less than 25% of all information technology positions and only 22% of all science jobs.

·       Only 13 percent of Fortune 500 technology companies are led by women corporate officers.

·       The number of women pursuing science and technology-related careers is decreasing, at least partially due to a lack of female role models.

The New Mexico Business Weekly is the exclusive media sponsor for the Women in Technology awards.

SOURCE: NMTC Communications

CONTACT: Melissa Briggs, Communications Committee

MelissaABriggs@gmail.com





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Tuesday, September 29, 2009

[MISP] Propmaker working at ABQ Studios - inquiring about lodging in Albuquerque

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A good friend of mine's husband is the subject of this inquiry:

Bob is a propmaker working at Albuquerque Studios for the next few weeks. He lives in Edgewood, but due to lots of construction and very long hours, is looking for a place closer to the studios to stay. Needs to shower, sleep, and cook some dinner, and have a secure place to park. Ideally near the university / airport  area.

Please contact me directly to minimize the list traffic: ckbarlow@gmail.com  -- I'll put you in touch with Anne, my friend, Bob's wife.

Thanks much,


CK Barlow
Composer • Performer • Sound Designer
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Re: [MISP] Music in Film Summit Videos

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I had some requests for the Music in Film Summit Videos. Here is the
first set for your personal education and enjoyment:

1A: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XPM9jJvfUp0
1B
: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t-6GBR915yI
1C
: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F--DG_X0ZGQ
1D
: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lpJhd-1_Mx0
1E
: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vThTcBrDNsw
1F
: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tWKBUQT-dc4
1G
: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1h3FB5wB8I4

My students and I will hopefully have the other sessions ready soon.
Watch http://www.newmexicomusic.org for more.

You can watch previous Music in Film workshops on this playlist as well:

http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=80E78C0995D64BD8

Thank you,
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Doug Bocaz-Larson
Program Manager: Computer Science and Creative Media
New Mexico State University - Grants
1500 3rd St.
Grants, NM 87020
505-287-6656 office
505-290-1331 cell

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[MISP] Project 10^100 from Google

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Projects that crowd-source to achieve social good are increasing... and they're pretty cool.  And there are a few among these that might appeal to our broader NM Media community:

Project 10^100 from Google:

Vote for the idea you believe will help the most people.
Well, here we are.
Last fall we launched Project 10^100, a call for ideas to change the world by helping as many people as possible. Your response was overwhelming. Thousands of people from more than 170 countries submitted more than 150,000 (or around 10^5.2) ideas, from general investment suggestions to specific implementation proposals. As we reviewed these submissions, we started noticing lots of similar ideas related to certain broad topics, and decided that combining the best aspects of these individual proposals would produce the most innovative approaches to solving some very pressing problems.
The result is the list you see below of 16 "big ideas," each inspired by numerous individual submissions. Which ones should we make happen? You tell us. Your vote for one of these ideas will help our advisory board choose up to 5 projects to fund, at which point we'll launch an RFP process to identify the organization(s) that are best suited to implementing them.
Thank you to everyone who has chosen to lend your energy to Project 10^100. Your idealism will inspire our own efforts to make these world-changing ideas a reality. So please cast your vote, and help us take this next step toward building a better world.

http://www.project10tothe100.com/vote.html

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[MISP] Governor's Council on Film and Media Industries Announces Town Hall Meeting in Las Cruces

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Reminder, the Governor's Council on Film and Media Industries will be having a half-day Town Hall in Las Cruces -- NEXT WEEK On October 8th!

To help us plan for the event, we ask that you sign up at the MISP site, http://www.altmedianm.org -- and please pass this info along to people you know in southern New Mexico. Additionally, the NMSU Learning Games Lab will be open for Town Hall attendees that morning at 10 AM -- AND -- IATSE 480 will host a post-town hall reception -- AND --the NM Film Office will have an information session on the NM Filmmakers' New Visions Contract Award Program on the 7th (details below).

There are many great things happening in the Las Cruces area. We hope to use events like these to better promote and connect all parts of New Mexico.

 

 

For Immediate Release                                                                 Contact: Rochelle Bussey

September 9, 2009                                                                                          505-476-5604

Governor's Council on Film and Media Industries Announces Town Hall Meeting in Las Cruces

SANTA FE – The Governor's Council on Film and Media Industries will host a town hall meeting to gather input on the future of the state's burgeoning film and media industries.  The event is free and open to the public and will be held from 1:00 to 4:30 PM Thursday, October 8th at the Alma d' arte Charter High School in Las Cruces.

"This is an opportunity for the Council to get direct input from the public so that we can help update Governor Richardson's plan of action." said Chairman Michael Kaye. 

The event is being held in association with the High Tech Consortium of Southern New Mexico.  The schedule includes a listening session, three break-out strategy sessions and a final wrap-up session. 

Participants registering online will have an opportunity to help identify breakout sessions from a list including Opportunities in Film; Opportunities in Games, Modeling and Simulation; Building Connections between South and North; Building effective Groups and Organizations; and Developing Education Strategies – or they may suggest their own.

Pre-registration is suggested, as space is limited. To pre-register, visit www.altmedianm.org. Those who cannot attend are encouraged to submit their comments at the online form as well.

 Event schedule is as follows:

12:00 – 1:00 PM         On-site check-in and registration

1:00 – 2:30 PM           Council Introduction and Listening Session

2:45 – 4:00 PM           Break-out Sessions (Topics to be determined)

4:15 – 5:00 PM           Wrap-up Session

5:30 – 7:00 PM           Following the Town Hall, IATSE 480 will host a post-event networking reception.  Location: Meson de Mesilla, 1803 Avenida de Mesilla. Phone number: 575-525-9212; web: www.mesondemesilla.com

The Alma d' arte  Charter High School is located at 402 W. Court Avenue (downtown Las Cruces in the historic Alameda Neighborhood District between Alameda and Court Avenue), in Las Cruces. For more information on the Town Hall event, please contact Governor's Council on Film and Media Industries Executive Director, Rochelle Bussey at rochelle@nmfilm.com or call 505-476-5604

The Governor's Council on Film and Media Industries was created in 2003.  Its mission is to explore new methods to nurture filmmaking, digital and interactive media in New Mexico; serves as an advisory resource for the Governor and the New Mexico State Film Office; provides a network of working professionals to assist emerging filmmakers and interactive media artists; and acts as ambassadors to promote a positive image of film and the economic and cultural contributions of filmmaking and digital media in New Mexico.

The High Tech Consortium of Southern New Mexico provides leadership that fosters the retention and growth of technology in Southern New Mexico.  A 501C (3)  non profit formed in 2003, the Consortium has established itself as an active force in advancing the vision of making Southern New Mexico a regional technology leader and a national center for technical excellence.

The Alma d' arte Charter High School at the Court Youth Center is a pioneering arts-based secondary school serving a diversity of learners through a rigorous academic and integrated arts program. It opened in 2004. Directions can also be found on their website:  www.almadarte.org.

Also, don't miss the free Las Cruces informational session about New Mexico Filmmakers Program and how to prepare a New Visions 2009 application with Program Director, Trish Lopez:

 

Wednesday, October 7th – 7:00pm | Las Cruces: CMI Theatre in Milton Hall on NMSU Campus

 

Space is limited, so please call (505) 476-5600 to reserve a seat or for additional information.  Applications 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. Deadline for applications is October 16, 2009. 

 

 

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Pahl Shipley

Head of Publicity and Media Relations

New Mexico Film Office

418 Montezuma

Santa Fe, NM 87501

(505) 476-5613 direct

 

 


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Saturday, September 26, 2009

Re: [MISP] technical question - wide-angle adapter lens

When you say "wide angle", how wide is wide.  The wider you get the more distortion you will notice.

Charlie Esty


On Sep 26, 2009, at 9:34 AM, Jim Terr wrote:

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I've been looking for a wide-angle converter lens for my JVC GZ-HD3u. I came across a Canon wide-angle converter lens, 0.7x 46, which screws right in there. But it makes straight (parallel) lines at edges look a little bowed-out.
 
I took the lens off and notice that even without it, vertical lines near edge look a little bowed out!
 
Is this normal (with regard to the wide-angle lens), or indicates a mis-match? Any solution, preferably low-cost?
 
Up to you whether to respond to me directly or whole list; I'm not sure it's of interest to everyone.
 
Thanks.
 
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           Santa Fe, New Mexico USA  505-989-9298
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[MISP] technical question - wide-angle adapter lens

I’ve been looking for a wide-angle converter lens for my JVC GZ-HD3u. I came across a Canon wide-angle converter lens, 0.7x 46, which screws right in there. But it makes straight (parallel) lines at edges look a little bowed-out.

 

I took the lens off and notice that even without it, vertical lines near edge look a little bowed out!

 

Is this normal (with regard to the wide-angle lens), or indicates a mis-match? Any solution, preferably low-cost?

 

Up to you whether to respond to me directly or whole list; I’m not sure it’s of interest to everyone.

 

Thanks.

 

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           Santa Fe, New Mexico USA  505-989-9298

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Friday, September 25, 2009

[MISP] motion09, motion{u} and planet=?WINDOWS-1252?Q?=95motion?=

motion09, motion{u} and planet•motion - these are all parts of motion conference! <www.motionconference.com>

This years 'rockstars' who are speaking at motion, include:
- Karin Fong (Imaginary Forces)
- Andrew Orloff (Zoic)
- Rod Basham (Imaginary Forces)
- Synderela Peng (yU+ko)
- Michael Waldron (nailgun*)
- Jim Berney (Sony Imageworks)
- Bill Lebeda (Picture Mill)
- Eric van der Wilden (nailgun*)
Jamie Caliri, Mark Coleran, Dan Haskett, Chris & Trish Meyer, Phil Young, Phil Nibbelink...and more

WHAT'S INCLUDED:

•motion{u}
The first day of the event is Saturday, October 10 and is called motion{u}. After Effects experts Chris & Trish Meyer are teaching a full-day hands-on After Effects training.

Want a discount to attend this event? Check out Chris & Trish's blog on Pro Video Coalition <http://provideocoalition.com/index.php/cmg_blogs/story/motion09_postapalooza_2009/>


•planet•motion
Sunday, October 11 is planet•motion. This includes a full day of sessions from 10:30am till 5:00pm. For a complete listing of planet•motion session, visit <http://www.motionconference.com/sessions/schedule-10-11-09> The cost of the event is $59 per person. To get a complimentary ticket to attend planet•motion, send an email to contact [at] motionconference [dot] com (based on availability). Please note: the planet•motion pass does not include the opening keynote or the planet•motion 'made in nm' party. 

•opening keynote and planet•motion party
The opening keynote will take place Sunday night, starting at 7pm. The keynote will be presented by Karin Fong of Imaginary Forces, and is entitled: Machine Vision: Through the Eyes of The Terminator. Immediately following the keynote, we have the planet•motion 'made in nm' party. 

The motion picture industry in New Mexico is booming! Fondly referred to as 'Tamalewood', Albuquerque was ranked #2 in Movie Maker's Top 10 Movie Cities for 2008. More than 110 major film and television productions have been shot in New Mexico, including recent blockbusters, Terminator: Salvation, and Transformers.

motion09 rock-stars who worked on motion pictures made in New Mexico will be honored. Check out their reels. View clips from their project. Talk to them! 

This year's honorees include:

- Patrick McDonough of PMcD Design for Crash
- Karin Fong of Imaginary Forces for Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen and Terminator Salvation
- Rod Basham of Imaginary Forces for Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen and Terminator Salvation
- Synderela Peng of yU+co. for Gamer and Suspect Zero
- Andrew Orloff for Terminator: Sarah Connor Chronicles
- William Lebeda and Bryan Thombs of Picture Mill for Men Who Stare At Goats; The Astronaut Farmer, and BorderTown

as well as local talent who now call NM home and work on major motion pictures or broadcast: Chris & Trish Meyer (Crish Design), Disney animation legend Dan Haskett, and Phil Young.

To purchase tickets for this event, go to www.motionregistration.com and look in the events category. The cost is $38 per person.

•motion09
Next, is motion09. At motion, we understand that creatives are fueled by a mysterious force that inspires great ideas, new ways of seeing the world, and the courage to do things differently. All too often, this creative force is zapped by the demands of the industry. Revitalizing creative talents provides a renewed sense of being.

motion09 is an event that inspires. Once a year, animators, motion graphics artists, title designers, visual effects (VFX) artists and broadcast designers come together to share their skills, work, and professional insights. The event is a non-traditional conference atmosphere — an atmosphere designed to inspire.

To purchase tickets for this event, go to www.motionregistration.com. The cost for an {e}ticket is $399 or for an {m}ticket $599. Get your tickets before October 1st as the rates will be going up to $499 and $699.


For questions, email contact [at] motionconference [dot] com

We look forward to seeing you at motion09!

sincerely,

elaine montoya
co-producer





[MISP] DomeFest 2009 Starts Today!

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In just a few hours, DomeFest 2009 arrives in Albuquerque with premieres, shows, talks and demos exploring the past and exciting future of the fulldome medium.

Info on schedules and more is at our DomeFest site, (you can find info about our public shows there as well) but meanwhile a few highlights from Today's schedule:

Friday Night @ the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science
9:00 - 11:30 AM

'Touching the Edge of the Universe'

US premiere screening and talk on the making of "Touching the Edge of the Universe," a new European fulldome film produced at the creative department of the "Mediendom" of the University of Applied Sciences Kiel (Germany). It involved up to 100 people and innovative techniques like 360° digital Red-One video camera filming.

Two Space 2009: The Dome Version
By Larry Cuba

In 1979, at the dawn of the computer-graphics age, Larry Cuba made a short, experimental film called Two Space. The film was released in the 16mm film format, a relatively inexpensive exhibition technology that (at the time) fell into a sweet-spot on the spectrum between the highest resolution available and the most affordable. Although accepting the limitations of 16mm, the artist imagined the film as a totally immersive experience, completely encompassing the audience's field of view, perhaps to be exhibited someday in a venue of the future --- a sci-fi speculation he thought of as The Ideal Theater.

As technology advances, wild speculations such as these turn into daily reality. In 2009, the artist was able to transfer the original film to digital form and then replicate each frame to fill the expanse of the Full Dome Master. This presentation will briefly review the processes involved in the film's original production in '79 and current rebirth as a full dome experience, finally realizing the artist's original vision, 30 years later. TRT ~6.5min.


Friday Night @ the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science
6:30 - 9:00 PM

'DomeFest Retrospective'
A 50-minute reel of the best of DomeFest from the first five years (2004-08). Includes some celebrated NM works and show some of the progress and directions in fulldome since 'the early years.' Produced in partnership with the Adelaide Film Festival with the support of the Australian Network for Art & Science.


'Celestial Mechanics'
Gabriel Dunne
Scott Hessels

Celestial Mechanics is a planetarium-based artwork installation that visualizes the statistics, data, and protocols of manmade aerial technologies -- a graphic display of the paths and functions of the machines hovering, flying, and drifting above our planet. The sky is filled with aircraft that transport people from place to place, perform utilitarian duties, assist in communications, enact military missions, or wander above us as debris. Celestial Mechanics combines science, statistical display, and contemporary art by presenting these mechanical patterns and behaviors as a dynamic visual experience. TRT ~10-min


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Thursday, September 24, 2009

[MISP] schedule - first half of NM Film Expo

 

I don’t think the full, final schedule has been sent out to the list, so here’s what I copied from the final PDF, for Friday and Saturday. (Jean Cocteau in Santa Fe).

 

The full schedule should be all on the SFFF site now, www.SantaFeFilmFestival.com

 

      Jim Terr   www.JimTerr.com

           Santa Fe, New Mexico USA  505-989-9298

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FRIDAY

4pm

Hunter’s Moon - Narrative Short

9 min, 29 sec

Directed: Matthew Page

Produced: James Green

Macbeth - Narrative Short

6 min

Directed/Produced: Laurel Petty

Eye Witness - Narrative Short

10 min

Directed/Produced: Immanuel Maes

Father’s Time - Narrative Short

8 min

Directed: Jeremy Orr

Produced: Angela Valasquez

Agua Di Duna - Narrative Short

9 min

Directed: Diane Armitage

Produced: Black Swan Video

Written All Over Her Face - Narrative Short 5 min

Directed: Lisa Hill

Produced: Stephen Jules Rubin, Whitley Zephyr,

Trevor Howe, Will Arute

5:15pm

‘nstaCharge - Animation

1 min, 54 sec

Director/Producer: Igor Choromanski

A Voice in the Desert - Narrative Short

7 min, 54 sec

Director: Jason Jaacks Produced: Cordillera Productions

Liquid Light - Documentary Short

37 min, 53 sec

Directed/Produced: Kevin Lancaster

6:20pm

Conversations with Rosa - Documentary Short 7 min

Directed/Produced: Stephanie Constantine

Space Travelers - Documentary

1 hr, 20 min

Directed/Produced: Charles Evans

8:15pm

SPAN New Mexico - Documentary Short

31 min

Directed/Produced: Katie Cook

Local Color - Documentary Short

22 min, 22 sec

Directed/Produced: Tim Blair

Love You Pop - Documentary Short

23 min

Director/Producer: Shenoah Allen

Mickey - Narrative Short

20 min

Directed/Produced: Dustin McGowan

Man Entering - Narrative Short 5 min

Directed: Stephen Jules Rubin

Produced: Stephen Jules Rubin, Whitley Zephyr,

Trevor Howe, Will Arute, Boril Radyokov

The Last Pill - Narrative Short 5 min

Directed: Stephen Jules Rubin

Produced: Stephen Jules Rubin, Whitley Zephyr,

Trevor Howe, Will Arute, Maura Dhu Studi, George Adelo

Goodnight My Zombies - Narrative Short 5 min

Directed: Maura Dhu Studi and Stephen Jules Rubin

Produced: Stephen Jules Rubin, Whitley Zephyr,

Trevor Howe, Will Arute

 

SATURDAY

 

9am

Pleasant Effects - Narrative Short

6 min, 34 sec

Directed/Produced: Warren Way

Drive By Shakespeare - Narrative Short

15 minutes

Directed Rudy Miera Produced: Tom Sawyers Fence Productions

Feeding Santa Fe - Documentary Short

20 min, 3 sec

Directed: Carol Ann Short Produced: Three Words Productions Co.

10:10am

Lament to Roswell - Documentary

1 hr, 11 min, 23 sec

Directed: Peter Grendle Produced: Red Letter Cinema

Sirens - Animation

5 min, 50 sec

Directed/Produced: Benjamin Radford

Las Vegas New Mexico 1875 - Narrative Short

7 min

Directed: Aaron Kreltszheim Produced: Ark Film Productions, LLC

11:40am

Balloon Fiesta - Documentary

1 hr, 14 sec

Directed/Produced: Anthony Ariaga

Kids in the Yard - Narrative Short

8 min, 20 sec

Directed: Wyatt Turner Produced: Talmarc Productions

Mustang Magic - Narrative Short

3 min

Directed: Cullen Paul Wright Produced: Cypress House Pictures

Halloween Puppeteers - Narrative Short

7 min

Directed: Aaron Kreltszheim Produced: Ark Film Productions

1:20pm

Agnes Day - Narrative Short

10 min

Directed: Stryder Simms

Produced: Phoenix Simms

Red Mesa - Narrative Short

17 min

Directed: Llana Lapid

Produced: Dennis Crow

Outlaw Justice - Dramatic Feature

42 min

Directed: Aaron Kreltszheim Produced: Ark Film Productions

2:50pm

The Rehearsal - Narrative Short

8 min

Directed/Produced: Mara Leader

Gates to the Heart - Documentary

1 hr, 23 min

Directed Anthony Ariaga Produced: Artiaga Productions

5pm

El Salon Mexico - Animation

12 min, 30 sec

Directed/Produced: Paul Glickman

Land Water People Time -Documentary

12 min, 12 sec

Directed: David Lindblom

Produced: Cynthia J. Gomez and Daniel Valerio

Yucatan Time Portrait - Documentary

12 min, 35 sec

Directed/Produced: Jerry Wellman

Bisti Dreaming - Narrative Short

7 min, 30 sec

Directed /Produced: Denise Trochei

Power Ball - Narrative Feature 5 min

Directed: Gary Farmer

Produced: Stephen Jules Rubin, Whitley Zephyr,

Trevor Howe, Will Arute

Genesis 2009 - Narrative Short 5 min

Directed: Janet Davidson

Produced: Stephen Jules Rubin, Whitley Zephyr,

Trevor Howe, Will Arute

6:30pm

RHEA - Narrative Short

31 min, 40 sec

Directed: John Graham Produced: Marina Giorgii

Search for the Anazazi - Narrative Short

8 min, 14 sec

Directed: John Torres-Nez Produced: Diego Romero

7:30pm

But Jenny You’re From Vegas - Dramatic Feature

1 hr, 38 min

Director: Jerome Leyba

Produced: Henry Valdez & Jerome Leyba

9:20pm

Dear John - Narrative Short

10 min

Directed/Produced: Lisa Hill

Devil Under My Skin - Narrative Short

7 min, 30 sec

Directed/Produced Justin Golightly

Dissident - Narrative Short

28 min, 30 sec

Directed: Jeremy Orr Produced: Amy Thomas

Tuesday Morning - Documentary

14 min, 8 sec

Directed/Produced: Hank Rogerson

10:50pm

Wastewater - Narrative Short

8 min

Directed: Melissa White Produced: Dusty McGowan

Camp Girls - Documentary

46 min, 36 sec

Directed/Produced: Gay Block


SUNDAY AND MONDAY – in fact, it’s all on the SFFF site now, www.SantaFeFilmFestival.com

 

 



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[MISP] Introducing Ken Thornton

 

NM Film & Video folks – I met a nice guy the other day I very much enjoyed talking to, after first having seen his very well-produced videos on YouTube (some of which are below).

 

He’s particularly interested in hooking up with someone on some spirituality-related documentaries – and whatever - and I offered to put this “intro” out to the MISP list. Please look over what’s below, and contact Ken if you wish (he’s in Santa Fe), if you think you might be able to hook up on something. I really like his acting I’ve seen, and also his on-camera narration work as in the desert videos and the “Saltair” video. And editing and general production quality.

 

And maybe someone could advise him on how to get on the MISP lists?

 

Please remember to respond to Ken via e-mail below, not “REPLY TO ALL” – thanks.

 


 

From: Ken Thornton [mailto: thunderbeingfilms@yahoo.com ]

 

Just recently had a meeting with a very down to Earth local Filmmaker (Jim Terr)

 

Recently moved to Santa Fe from my hometown of San Diego

Worked in the film industry for ten years in Salt Lake City

Would like to collaborate on various film projects, acting opportunities and interested in furthering my experience as an intern.

 

I especially love working on spiritual films

 

My experiences are from interning on several films, producing six short films and acting in 20 plus short and independent feature films

 

Ken Thornton

Thunderbeingfilms

 

Collaborations and acting reel links below

 

 

 

 

 

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