Tuesday, November 30, 2010

[MISP] Fwd: 4th Annual Digital Media Summit sponsored by HTC

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Given some of what we've been hearing about the incoming administration, I'm cautiously optimistic about the prospects for film and digital media in the upcoming legislative session -- but it's more important now than ever that we emphasize the statewide nature of our programs and the opportunities they represent. 

That's why this weekend's events in Las Cruces are so important -- and why it's great that so many groups (the High Tech Consortium and Rio Grande ACM SIGGRAPH - but also groups like the NM Post Alliance, Rio Grande IGDA and my own NM Tech Council) are committed to having a statewide presence. I hope to see many of you there!

Best wishes, 

Eric

HTC Digital Media Advisory

 4th Annual Digital Media Summit sponsored by HTC.

 The HTC presents its 4th annual Digital Media Summit in conjunction with the NMSU Creative Media Institute (CMI) showcase of projects and media facilities on Friday, December 3, 2010 at CMI.

 This year, we are very excited about holding the Summit at the Creative Media Institute on the NMSU campus.  This allows us to conduct our discussions in the environment where digital media products are created and produced.  Discussions will revolve around taking stock of current resources, i dentifying opportunities, and setting goals for digital media work in southern New Mexico.  Six workshop sessions will focus on animation, gaming, entertainment, production management, marketing & visibility and recording, mixing & editing.  Demonstrations will include CMI's motion capture facility, the only THX multi-soundtrack mixing stage in New Mexico, and motion control techniques.  There will also be a showcase of faculty and student projects.  The event will be followed by a reception at the Sonoma Ranch Sunset Grill for Summit participants, HTC members and friends, hosted by the HTC.

You can register for this event at :  http://summitsouth.eventbrite.com --it is free to all

 For more information contact Richard Majestic, rmajestic@msn.com (575) 521-0018.

 We welcome members of SIGGRAPH who will participate in the Summit and attend the Rio Grande SIGGRAPH Chapter semi-annual membership meeting at the Dona Ana Community College – East Mesa campus on Saturday, December 4, 2010.

 At the Rio Grande ACM SIGGRAPH meeting special workshops offered:

 ·        Canon USA will be bringing the latest DSLR cameras and present on shooting HD video and production workflow.

 ·        Microsoft will be presenting game and application development for their new Windows Phone 7 platform.

 ·        And, of course, attendants will learn more about the Rio Grande ACM SIGGRAPH, and attend a special address from industry pioneer Alvy Ray Smith, an NMSU alumnus and cofounder of Pixar Animation Studios.

 To register for this event, visit http://siggraphsouth.eventbrite.com/

 For more information contact Matthew Byrnes at mbyrnes@nmsu.edu or 527-7573; or visit the Rio Grande ACM SIGGRAPH Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/#!/group.php?gid=166192065528



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[MISP] 4th Annual Digital Media Summit sponsored by HTC

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This Friday and Saturday in Las Cruces!

HTC Digital Media Advisory

 4th Annual Digital Media Summit sponsored by HTC.

 The HTC presents its 4th annual Digital Media Summit in conjunction with the NMSU Creative Media Institute (CMI) showcase of projects and media facilities on Friday, December 3, 2010 at CMI.

 This year, we are very excited about holding the Summit at the Creative Media Institute on the NMSU campus.  This allows us to conduct our discussions in the environment where digital media products are created and produced.  Discussions will revolve around taking stock of current resources, i dentifying opportunities, and setting goals for digital media work in southern New Mexico.  Six workshop sessions will focus on animation, gaming, entertainment, production management, marketing & visibility and recording, mixing & editing.  Demonstrations will include CMI's motion capture facility, the only THX multi-soundtrack mixing stage in New Mexico, and motion control techniques.  There will also be a showcase of faculty and student projects.  The event will be followed by a reception at the Sonoma Ranch Sunset Grill for Summit participants, HTC members and friends, hosted by the HTC.

You can register for this event at :  http://summitsouth.eventbrite.com --it is free to all

 For more information contact Richard Majestic, rmajestic@msn.com (575) 521-0018.

 We welcome members of SIGGRAPH who will participate in the Summit and attend the Rio Grande SIGGRAPH Chapter semi-annual membership meeting at the Dona Ana Community College – East Mesa campus on Saturday, December 4, 2010.

 At the Rio Grande ACM SIGGRAPH meeting special workshops offered:

 ·        Canon USA will be bringing the latest DSLR cameras and present on shooting HD video and production workflow.

 ·        Microsoft will be presenting game and application development for their new Windows Phone 7 platform.

 ·        And, of course, attendants will learn more about the Rio Grande ACM SIGGRAPH, and attend a special address from industry pioneer Alvy Ray Smith, an NMSU alumnus and cofounder of Pixar Animation Studios.

 To register for this event, visit http://siggraphsouth.eventbrite.com/

 For more information contact Matthew Byrnes at mbyrnes@nmsu.edu or 527-7573; or visit the Rio Grande ACM SIGGRAPH Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/#!/group.php?gid=166192065528


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[MISP] Iowa tax incentives


Looks like Iowa is probably going to cut their tax incentives for film producers.



[MISP] Update on Institute for International Film Financing Town Hall Meetings

IFF American Southwest (Click on Notice Links to Register)

Wednesday, December 08, 2010 from 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM (MT)

Santa Fe, NM | La Posada de Santa Fe Resort & Spa

Thursday, December 09, 2010 from 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM (MT)

Las Cruces, NM | New Mexico State University: Creative Media Institute

The Institute for International Film Financing (IIFF) is an innovative, independent social-impact organization that endeavors to bridge the gap between the worlds of filmmaking and finance for the benefit of all stakeholders – including the public at large.
Founded by Thomas Trenker in 2003 and headquartered in San Francisco, IIFF has chapters in the Bay AreaNew York CityNew EnglandFloridaLos AngelesWashington, DCLondon, the Pacific Northwest, the Lower Midwest and the Southwest.

Santa Fe Panel Line Up

David L. Dirks, Esq. (Distribution: Making the Most of Your Picture)  has worked in entertainment law and film production in New York, Los Angeles and New Mexico. After studying film at Stanford and the University of Michigan, he received his juris doctorate from NYU Law. In New York City he practiced intellectual property with a law firm representing Paramount and Fox.  In Los Angeles he worked for a management company representing actors.  He settled in Santa Fe in 2000, where he enjoys a private practice advising film makers.

 Kenneth Segura Knoll  (The New Mexico Film Fund: Alternative Ways to Capitalize Similar Funds)  is Managing Partner and Producer at Turquoise Trail Films, LLC., he is responsible for the day to day operation of the company and generally oversees capital raising, project selections and management, contract negotiations, foreign sales and domestic distribution.  Kenneth is the Founder and Executive Producer of Southwest Communication Services (SCS) Inc., 1983-present, a media and entertainment company with vast experience in addressing the media communication needs of education, government, and corporate clients.  He is also the Founder of the Sacremento Festival of Cinema and acted as the Director of the organization from 1995 to 2000.  Additionally, Kenneth was a managing partner at Delta Studios from 1985-1997, a full service motion picture and television production facility.
 

Michael Fitzgerald (Attracting Talent: How to Work With the Best)  started his career producing and co-writing John Huston's celebrated film adaptation of Flannery O'Connor's "Wise Blood".  His second film with Huston, "Under the Volcano", was nominated for two Academy Awards (Best Actor—Albert Finney and Best Music—Alex North).  He then produced "The Penitent" with Academy Award-winning director Bruce Beresford and "Blue Danube Waltz" with the world-renowned Hungarian director Miklós Jancsó.  A producing partnership with actor/director Sean Penn culminated in their critically acclaimed production of "The Pledge".  In 2005 he completed both "Colour Me Kubrick" and "The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada", which won the Actor prize for Tommy Lee Jones and the Screenplay prize for Guillermo Arriaga at the 2005 Cannes Film Festival.  Mr. Fitzgerald then produced "In the Electric Mist" in collaboration with the director Bertrand Tavernier.  Michael Fitzgerald is a member of the Board of Governors of the Telluride Film Festival, The Board Of Advisers of The Harvard Film Archive, and a Trustee of The Virginia Wellington Cabot Foundation.  He has served on many Film Festival Juries around the world, including Mexico City, Morelia, Buenos Aires, Thessaloniki, Cluj and Abu Dhabi.

Tony Mark (Negotiating & Managing Difficult Ventures: Tips for Filmmakers and Financiers)  has been a Producer for over 25 films, including the Academy-Award winning "The Hurt Locker".  He has additionally been a production manger for 19 films and a second unit director on 3 additional titles.  Tony was nominated for an Emmy for "And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself" in 2004 and was part of the team that won the prestigious DGA award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement (for "The Hurt Locker") in 2010.
 

Hal "Corky" Kessler (Turbulence Within the Entertainment Space: 10+ Hot Legal Issues to Watch)  has extensive entertainment law, corporate and worldwide entertainment industry experience.  Corky has successfully worked with governors and United States Congressmen in several states to implement new laws and federal tax incentives for investments in qualifying film and television projects, in addition to authoring a reference book covering such federal and state tax incentives.  Corky has assembled and built winning teams for more than 30 entertainment and other business ventures. He has developed, packaged and executive produced feature films, theatre projects and television projects, including "The Sum of Us," starring Russell Crowe, which won the Australian Academy Award for Best Film and most currently "Certifiably Jonathan" starring Jonathan Winters, Robin Williams, Howie Mandel, Rob Reiner, Jim Carrey, Sara Silverman, and others.  Corky has been the attorney on over 15 feature films and is actively working on over 12 more film projects.  He has also developed, produced and been the attorney for many theatrical plays.

Brent Tiano: The Investors Role: makes his living in commercial real estate but has recently produced the feature film: Warrior Woman.  Brent has a background in financing real estate projects and previously owned a graphics/animation company.  He also worked at Walt Disney Feature Animation Florida as an animation checker.

 

Las Cruces Panel Line Up

Ross Kagan Marks (The Independent Film: How to Fund Low-Budget Projects)  was one of the youngest graduates of the prestigious American Film Institute (AFI) Directing Program, where he received his MFA in 1994.  In 1994, Ross also directed the award-wining short film SHOWDOWN ON RIO ROAD featuring Robby Benson. In 1995, Ross directed the full-length feature film, HOMAGE, starring Blythe Danner and Frank Whaley, written and produced by Mark Medoff.   The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, where it received an award and went on to receive more awards at numerous film festivals.  In 1997, Ross directed the film adaptation of the play THE TWILIGHT OF THE GOLDS.  The film was produced by Garry Marshall and featured Marshall, Faye Dunaway, Brendan Fraser, Rosie O'Donnell, Jack Klugman, Jon Tenney, and Jennifer Beals. The film opened the Chicago film festival in 1998, won an award at Sundance, and received many other awards.

Kenneth Segura Knoll  (The New Mexico Film Fund: Alternative Ways to Capitalize Similar Funds)  is Managing Partner and Producer at Turquoise Trail Films, LLC., he is responsible for the day to day operation of the company and generally oversees capital raising, project selections and management, contract negotiations, foreign sales and domestic distribution.  Kenneth is the Founder and Executive Producer of Southwest Communication Services (SCS) Inc., 1983-present, a media and entertainment company with vast experience in addressing the media communication needs of education, government, and corporate clients.  He is also the Founder of the Sacremento Festival of Cinema and acted as the Director of the organization from 1995 to 2000.  Additionally, Kenneth was a managing partner at Delta Studios from 1985-1997, a full service motion picture and television production facility.
 

David L. Dirks, Esq. (Distribution: Making the Most of Your Picture)  has worked in entertainment law and film production in New York, Los Angeles and New Mexico. After studying film at Stanford and the University of Michigan, he received his juris doctorate from NYU Law. In New York City he practiced intellectual property with a law firm representing Paramount and Fox.  In Los Angeles he worked for a management company representing actors.  He settled in Santa Fe in 2000, where he enjoys a private practice advising film makers.

Hal "Corky" Kessler (Turbulence Within the Entertainment Space: 10+ Hot Legal Issues to Watch)  has extensive entertainment law, corporate and worldwide entertainment industry experience.  Corky has successfully worked with governors and United States Congressmen in several states to implement new laws and federal tax incentives for investments in qualifying film and television projects, in addition to authoring a reference book covering such federal and state tax incentives.  Corky has assembled and built winning teams for more than 30 entertainment and other business ventures. He has developed, packaged and executive produced feature films, theatre projects and television projects, including "The Sum of Us," starring Russell Crowe, which won the Australian Academy Award for Best Film and most currently "Certifiably Jonathan" starring Jonathan Winters, Robin Williams, Howie Mandel, Rob Reiner, Jim Carrey, Sara Silverman, and others.  Corky has been the attorney on over 15 feature films and is actively working on over 12 more film projects.  He has also developed, produced and been the attorney for many theatrical plays.
 

Richard Romero (Transitioning Into Film: How to Kickstart Your Career)  grew up in Santa Fe and moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in motorsports where he went on to be the lead mechanic for two championship Mazda teams.  With a total 180 degree career change he started working for MTV in Los Angeles and worked his way up through the ranks to become technical supervisor for some of the highest rated reality shows on television - "The Real World", "Making The Band" and "Meet The Barkers" – as well as Emmy award winning shows for NBC: "Starting Over" and "Fear Factor".  His work with MTV and other networks allowed for worldwide travel on various shows.  Rich has been a Steadicam operator for the last eight years for television and feature films, he is a member of the International Cinematographers Guild Local 600 and local 480.  He currently is working as an associate producer for Michael Fitzgerald, whose films include "The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada" and "Color Me Kubrick", and is an Associate Producer at Ithaca Films.

 Chris Penner (Accelerating Economic Development: How to Make Entrepreneurship Work)  is a leader at the Arrowhead Center, the economic and business development leader for New Mexico State University.  Chris utilizes a comprehensive approach to generating jobs, wealth, and an enhanced quality of life New Mexico, synergizing all of the resources available.  He focuses on the interrelated activities of technology commercialization, entrepreneurship, economic studies/policy analysis, workforce analyses, research development, and business incubation that lead to economic development.
 

Brad Littlefield (Independent Producing: How to Find Winning Projects)  has worked with successful high technology start ups in California, as well as film production and television.  In 2008, he co-founded DAP Studios, and in 2009, he produced the feature film, BECOMING EDUARDO, shot in New Mexico.  BECOMING EDUARDO recently won Best Latino Film 2009 at the Santa Fe Film Festival, along with the prestigious New Mexico Filmmaker Award as well as the Audience Choice award at the 2010 White Sands International Film Festival.  Brad's entertainment experience includes talent and casting for MTV Networks, project management for YouTube, and he is currently working for Open Range Pictures, LLC on TRAVELING SALESMEN and DESERT WATER, as well as Remote Films on THE DEVIL OF APPALACHIA.  His interest in public service has led to active participation with many non-profit organizations including The Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center Legal Services Department, The San Mateo County Center for Domestic Violence Prevention, and Performing Arts Studio West.  He is a Screen Actors Guild Signatory Producer and member of the American Film Institute.


Monday, November 29, 2010

[MISP] Albuquerque Arts Survey

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One last reminder, the deadline for completing the Creative
Albuquerque Arts and Culture Survey is Tuesday, Nov. 30.
Whether you're an artist/performer, an arts patron/consumer or a
member of an arts organization, we're asking you
to take a few minutes to complete this survey. The purpose is to find
out what the biggest needs are for local artists and organizations
in terms of marketing, promotion and building audiences. Your
participation in the survey will help immensely.
To take the survey, visit http://abqartsurvey.com/
Thanks,
Anthony DellaFlora

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[MISP] A possible project (not mine) "Nick and Jake"


I shot this reading (excerpt 1 of 4 below) for a friend who's got what I think could be a good feature project,
wherein two 1920s characters of fiction are imagined to be alive and dealing with historical characters and celebrities of the 1950s.

Alan Arkin, Ali MacGraw et al are not necessarily "attached" to the project but give a good reading here.

And maybe NM would not be a good "location" for the NYC, DC and Paris locales, but anyhow it's a good project, locally-written, so I throw it out to let you know about it. If you want to get in touch with the author let me know. There are three more "excerpt" clips on the same channel as the excerpt below.


6:21

NICK AND JAKE public reading, Santa Fe, NM - excerpt 1 of 4







1:53

Jon Richards discusses Nick and Jake.m4v






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[MISP] Jon Moritsugu Day!

DECEMBER 8, 2010 Jon Moritsugu Day!


At Santa Fe University of Art and Design in the Garson Communication Center.
See the attached flyer for more information.

Thank you,
Tanana Rivera - Nani
Garson/Internship Support
Santa Fe University of Art and Design
Cell: 505-670-2553


[MISP] Film Financing - IIFF American Southwest


In an effort to move forward an agenda to find funding to fund own film and media projects several NM producers have organized to be part of national movement called the Institute for International Film Finance (IIFF)  "Town Hall Meetings"series. A Southwest Chapter has been formed and New Mexico is included in this chapter. The first of the monthly Town Hall Meetings are now scheduled and you can register by clicking on the links below. The finalized panel members will be announced to the press this week. Your are receiving this advance, although short, notice because there is limited space at each venue. Participants will include investors and producers.

IIFF American Southwest
The Institute for International Film Financing (IIFF) is an innovative, independent social-impact organization that endeavors to bridge the gap between the worlds of filmmaking and finance for the benefit of all stakeholders – including the public at large.
Founded by Thomas Trenker in 2003 and headquartered in San Francisco, IIFF has chapters in the Bay Area, New York City, New England, Florida, Los Angeles, Washington, DC, London, the Pacific Northwest, the Lower Midwest and the Southwest.

Wednesday, December 08, 2010 from 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM (MT)

Santa Fe, NM | La Posada de Santa Fe Resort & Spa

Thursday, December 09, 2010 from 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM (MT)

Las Cruces, NM | New Mexico State University: Creative Media Institute

[MISP] Friends of Film December Meeting

Join us for our Fifth Anniversary Celebration

Program: Greenscreen: "101 Things to Know About Shooting Your Feature On Greenscreen"

"Greenscreen: 101 things to know about shooting your feature on greenscreen, from those that have lived to tell the tale.  Filmmakers Fritz Eberle and Russell Maynor will be showing highlights from their feature film, “Malice in Wonderland – The Dolls Movie”.  They will share the hurdles encountered and how these were solved.

Sunday, December 12, 2010 (second Sunday), 3:00 - 5:30 pm (includes social time, screenings and program)

Harwood Art Center, Main Floor, South Room, 1114 Seventh St., NW (at Mountain).  Please call 505.321.6806 if lost.

Free to current members or $10 at the door.

For more info: friends@filmvideoarts.org

 

Sunday, November 28, 2010

[MISP] @ARTSLab MONDAY, 11/29 @ 4pm, "Tuning In and Spacing Out..."

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Please mark your calendar to see Eddie Shanken and Yolande Harris collaboratively present: 
"Tuning In and Spacing Out: the Art and Science of the Presentness of Sound"

Sponsored by the Electronic Arts program in Art & Art History.

WHEN: Monday, November 29th, 4pm
WHERE: ARTS Lab Garage,  131 Pine St. NE
FREE and open to the public.


Eddie Shanken
Edward A. Shanken writes and teaches about the entwinement of art, science, and technology with a focus on interdisciplinary practices involving new media. He is Universitair Docent in New Media, University of Amsterdam, and a member of the Media Art History faculty at the Donau University in Krems, Austria. He was formerly Executive Director of the Information Science + Information Studies program at Duke University and Professor of Art History and Media Theory at Savannah College of Art and Design. Recent and forthcoming publications include essays on art and technology in the 1960s, information aesthetics, interactivity and agency, and the cultural implications of cybernetics, robotics, and biotechnology. He edited Telematic Embrace: Visionary Theories of Art, Technology and Consciousness (University of California Press, 2003). His second book, Art and Electronic Media was published by Phaidon Press in 2009.

Yolande Harris
Yolande Harris is a composer and artist based in Amsterdam, engaged with sound and image in environment and architectural space. Her current research/practice considers the musical potential of sound worlds outside the human hearing range, through underwater bioacoustics and the sonification of data. In 2009 Yolande was awarded a national artist stipend from the Netherlands Funds for Visual Arts. Her work has been presented internationally, including MACBA (Barcelona), Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt, NIMk (Amsterdam), V2 (Rotterdam), ISEA Singapore, UCLA, Villa Croce Genova. Significant artist residencies include the Netherlands Media Art Institute, Atlantic Center for the Arts (Florida), STEIM (Amsterdam), Jan van Eyck Academy (Maastricht), Metronom (Barcelona). She held an Artistic Fellowship at the Academy of Media Arts Cologne, and was Lecturer in Interaction Design at the Technical University of Eindhoven. Her publications include "Inside-Out Instrument" (Contemporary Music Review 2006) and "The Building as Instrument" (Cambridge Scholars Press 2007). 



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Saturday, November 27, 2010

[MISP] The future of TV

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This is not an ad for Goggle TV but a look at the future of how the
end user will get the content. Now how do you monetize your content
and how go you get that prime self space on the internet. Food for
thought.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=diTpeYoqAhc&feature=channel

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[MISP] MONDAY, 11/29 @ 4pm, "Tuning In and Spacing Out..."

Dear Colleagues,

Please mark your calendar to see Eddie Shanken and Yolande Harris collaboratively present: 
"Tuning In and Spacing Out: the Art and Science of the Presentness of Sound"

Sponsored by the Electronic Arts program in Art & Art History.

WHEN: Monday, November 29th, 4pm
WHERE: ARTS Lab Garage,  131 Pine St. NE
FREE and open to the public.


Eddie Shanken
Edward A. Shanken writes and teaches about the entwinement of art, science, and technology with a focus on interdisciplinary practices involving new media. He is Universitair Docent in New Media, University of Amsterdam, and a member of the Media Art History faculty at the Donau University in Krems, Austria. He was formerly Executive Director of the Information Science + Information Studies program at Duke University and Professor of Art History and Media Theory at Savannah College of Art and Design. Recent and forthcoming publications include essays on art and technology in the 1960s, information aesthetics, interactivity and agency, and the cultural implications of cybernetics, robotics, and biotechnology. He edited Telematic Embrace: Visionary Theories of Art, Technology and Consciousness (University of California Press, 2003). His second book, Art and Electronic Media was published by Phaidon Press in 2009.

Yolande Harris
Yolande Harris is a composer and artist based in Amsterdam, engaged with sound and image in environment and architectural space. Her current research/practice considers the musical potential of sound worlds outside the human hearing range, through underwater bioacoustics and the sonification of data. In 2009 Yolande was awarded a national artist stipend from the Netherlands Funds for Visual Arts. Her work has been presented internationally, including MACBA (Barcelona), Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt, NIMk (Amsterdam), V2 (Rotterdam), ISEA Singapore, UCLA, Villa Croce Genova. Significant artist residencies include the Netherlands Media Art Institute, Atlantic Center for the Arts (Florida), STEIM (Amsterdam), Jan van Eyck Academy (Maastricht), Metronom (Barcelona). She held an Artistic Fellowship at the Academy of Media Arts Cologne, and was Lecturer in Interaction Design at the Technical University of Eindhoven. Her publications include "Inside-Out Instrument" (Contemporary Music Review 2006) and "The Building as Instrument" (Cambridge Scholars Press 2007). 



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Re: [MISP] Ted Hope - Some job opportunities in indie film

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Thanks for posting this, Kenneth. I have been a long-time fan of Ted
Hope's. He always is a little ahead of the rest of the pack in his
thinking about the future of the film industry.

Brent

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> I highly recommend watching the series of videos Ted Hope has put up
> on his blog. It gives a great picture of what indie film is all
> about and the industry being created. We in New Mexico are in a
> great position to become the standard for indie film. Think small
> and independent.
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[MISP] Ted Hope - Some job opportunities in indie film

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I highly recommend watching the series of videos Ted Hope has put up
on his blog. It gives a great picture of what indie film is all about
and the industry being created. We in New Mexico are in a great
position to become the standard for indie film. Think small and
independent.

http://trulyfreefilm.hopeforfilm.com/2010/05/some-job-opportunities-
in-indie-film.html

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[MISP] Local guys will win this contest


This will become a classic. You heard it here first. Congratulations in advance, folks!


0:31

Short Temper - Doritos "Crash The Superbowl" 2011

A David and Goliath story...with balls. This commercial was created by Riffraff New Media for the Doritos "Crash The Superbowl" contest 2011. You ...







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Friday, November 26, 2010

Re: [MISP] Jon Moritsugu Day!

Please remove me from the list. I followed the instructions for removal, and still have not been removed.

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From: Tanana Rivera <tananarivera@HOTMAIL.COM>
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Date: Fri, 26 Nov 2010 10:22:23 -0700
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Subject: [MISP] Jon Moritsugu Day!

DECEMBER 8, 2010 Jon Moritsugu Day!


At Santa Fe University of Art and Design in the Garson Communication Center.
See the attached flyer for more information.

Thank you,
Tanana Rivera - Nani
Garson/Internship Support
Santa Fe University of Art and Design
Cell: 505-670-2553


[MISP] Jon Moritsugu Day!

DECEMBER 8, 2010 Jon Moritsugu Day!


At Santa Fe University of Art and Design in the Garson Communication Center.
See the attached flyer for more information.

Thank you,
Tanana Rivera - Nani
Garson/Internship Support
Santa Fe University of Art and Design
Cell: 505-670-2553


Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Re: [MISP]

Please, remove me from this list.

Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry


From: Kenneth Knoll <knoll@SOUTHWESTONLINE.COM>
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Date: Wed, 24 Nov 2010 14:40:42 -0700
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Subject: Re: [MISP]

It was intended as stated. I hope that everyones luck tomorrow is better then the luck of the turkey you are carving. 

Happy Thanksgiving!!!


On Nov 24, 2010, at 2:36 PM, Mark McKee wrote:

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I took it to be some subtle political humor, with a tip of the hat to irony, which I very much appreciate.
 
Mark McKee
Multimedia Development Specialist
Course Development Group
New Media & Extended Learning
The University of New Mexico
505-277-0691
 
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Why is this announcement so far to the right?

On Nov 24, 2010, at 10:32 AM, Jon Hendry wrote:

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Sunday | December 12th | 2010

Celebrate New Mexico's film industry
with a tribute to Governor Bill Richardson
and a toast to future successes

Private Reception with Governor Richardson | 5:30pm - 6:30pm
and reserved seating at Gala Tickets: $100

General Admission | 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Tickets: $25

Bishop's Lodge Resort & Spa | Santa Fe

Special guests include:
Master of Ceremonies Paul Rodriguez
Bryan Cranston
Shirley MacLaine
Wes & Maura Studi
and many more...

Music provided by flamenco and classical guitarist
AnnaMaria Cardinalli

For tickets, please call 505 986 9512, extension 9
Seating is limited and tickets will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis

Sponsored in part by Aquila Travel & Reel Solutions

Media Inquiries may be directed to:
Cara Morrissey
Ballantines PR
cara@ballantinespr.com
www.ballantinespr.com

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