By Devin D. O’Leary
Elvis, James Dean and Frankenstein: Together Again!
Summertime often leaves people at a difficult crossroads: Go inside and watch a movie, or hang out in the warm outdoors? Thanks to Albuquerque’s Cultural Services Department and the city’s Parks and Recreation Department, you won’t have to choose this summer. Starting Friday, June 20, the city will kick off its annual “Civic Cinema” series. Burque residents were asked to vote on which classic films they wanted to see this summer for free on Civic Plaza. The votes are in and the movies start off on a high note this weekend with Elvis Presley’s Viva Las Vegas. Upcoming films will include Vertigo (June 27), Rebel Without a Cause (July 18), Breakfast at Tiffany’s (July 25) and Young Frankenstein (Aug. 1). All movies start at approximately 8:30 p.m. at Harry E. Kinney Civic Plaza Downtown. Bring some friends, some snacks and maybe a lawn chair.
It’s Getting Dark in Here
This Friday, the Guild Cinema in Nob Hill begins its Fifth Annual Festival of Film Noir. For nearly three weeks, the venue will unspool rare back-to-back pairings of classic Hollywood crime films from the ’40s and ’50s. Owners/programmers Peter Conheim and Keif Henley have dug deep into the vaults, pulling out all sorts of obscure treasures for our entertainment. A cursory glance at the schedule finds three films starring singer-
If you work in the film industry in New Mexico or are interested in advertising your business to Hollywood, it’s time to renew your listing in the New Mexico Online Film Crew and Resource Directory. Current listings will expire on June 30. Everything from acting coaches to hairdressers to caterers to limousine services to costume designers to dry cleaning to hotels to set medics to special effects makeup artists are listed in the online directory. To renew a previously printed listing costs $5. New listings are $10. To download an application, log on to the New Mexico Film Office website at nmfilm.org.
Third Annual Jewish Film Festival at Jewish Community Center
The Midnight Orchestra, the story of the son of a once famous Jewish musician, Marcel Botbol. Directed by Jérôme Cohen Olivar.
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