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Aaaaand Action !
In addition to owning Burning Paradise Video, writing the Alibi’s “VideoNasty” column and co-authoring Direct Your Own Damn Movie! with Troma Films founder Lloyd Kaufman, the multitalented Kurly Tlapoyawa is also a working SAG stuntman. Tlapoyawa has worked alongside the likes of Jason Statham, Gerard Butler and Steven Seagal. Recently, he served as stunt coordinator on A Lonely Place for Dying, which was shot in Santa Fe and stars Oscar-nominated actor James Cromwell. Why the résumé? Well, on Sunday, April 19, Tlapoyawa will teach a one-day class titled Shooting Action Scenes for Indie Film. From 9 a.m. to noon, this class will walk students through the basic principals of planning, blocking and executing action sequences for low- to no-budget films. Cost of the one-off class is $100. For more details, log on to tromadancenm.blogspot.com or call 307-8597.
The Santa Fe Farmers Market (located in a lovely new building in Santa Fe’s trendy Railyard) continues its 2009 Wednesday Night Movie Series. The film night includes environmentally aware films, local treats and tastings, and special guest speakers. The next monthly screening, held just down the street from the market at the New Mexico Film Museum (418 Montezuma in Santa Fe), is on Wednesday, April 15, with the documentary Who Killed the Electric Car? This bracing murder mystery traces the hopeful birth and untimely death of the electric car here in America. A former General Motors representative and local biofuel experts will be on hand for a post-film Q&A. The series continues on May 20 with FLOW: For the Love of Water. All shows begin at 7 p.m. Admission is $12 general, $10 institute members, farmers and seniors. If you’re looking for more info, call (505) 983-7726.
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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