The Albuquerque Film & Music Experience kicked off on Tuesday with a bang (and possibly a twang), premiering the musical documentary RUMBLE: The Indians Who Rocked the World at the historic KiMo Theatre. Film screenings, concerts, panel discussions, workshops and parties continue through this Sunday, June 11, giving you plenty more opportunity to join in on the visual and aural fun. This Thursday, for example, you can catch the musical documentaries Mad For Madonna (5pm) and Hired Gun (7:30pm) at KiMo (423 Central NW). The first looks at pop star Madonna’s 30th anniversary tour, while the second shines a light on the unsung world of studio musicians. On Saturday at 12pm, there’s a 15th anniversary screening of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets at KiMo. Yes, there will be a costume contest, so wear your best robes. The same day, from 12:30 to 2pm, the festival is hosting an intimate conversation with T Bone Burnett and Jeff Bridges at the Crown Plaza Albuquerque (1901 University NE). The noted musician and actor are this year’s special guests and will be speaking on the power of music in movies and television. That evening they will attend a screening of the Coen brothers’ 1998 comedy The Big Lebowski at KiMo beginning at 7:30pm. Everything comes to a close on Sunday with an informal wrap party at the Crowne Plaza Cantina. Individual tickets to events cost between $7 and $20. Full festival passes are also available. For a complete schedule of films and events, go to abqfilmx.com.