TCM on the Road to Hollywood
An interview with Turner Classic’s Ben Mankiewicz
What are the kids doing? It’s a legitimate question, usually raised by adults who have their suspicions about the activities of shiftless youth. But the New Mexico Film Office is asking, because they’ve got a very good answer. On Sunday, April 21, NM Film will host the monthly New Mexico Filmmakers experience at the CCA Cinematheque in Santa Fe (1050 Old Pecos Trail). From 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., a panel of middle and high school age film students will answer the topic “What Are The Kids Doing?” Turns out, in New Mexico, they’re learning about and producing film and video projects.
G4 Gets Deep Sixed
Try on Esquire Network for a change
In April 2002, G4 TV was launched. The basic cable network was geared toward young male viewers and centered around the world of video games. For years the specialized network gave viewers the scoop on what to play with shows like “Judgment Day,” “Cheat!,” “X-Play” and “Attack of the Show!” But television is in the midst of a major identity crisis.
Friday Filmmakers Coffee at Fans of Film Café
A get-together for professional filmmakers who are actively working in the industry in New Mexico.
Film & Media Education Summit at National Hispanic Cultural Center
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