V.26 No.21 | 5/25/2017
Politics on the Big Screen
All the King’s Men and the Feline Film Festival hit KiMo and “Writing and Imagining the Short Film” class happens at Arts Lab UNM.
Fall Break (Part 1)
The 2017/18 upfront season
What can we look forward to watching (or not) in what the networks call "upfront season?"
Devin reveals his battery-licking fetish while Netflix snaps up Brad Pitt's film and Lifetime offers you yet another fear.
V.26 No.20 | 5/18/2017
Attend “Indie Film Night" at the Albuquerque Museum, cuddle with a baby goat and enjoy a movie, and submit your film for 2017 NM Filmmakers Showcase.
Gone, Baby, Gone
Networks ax shows with abandon
Fall TV schedules are about to be announced, so the broadcast networks are making room by killing old, sickly and underperforming series. So who got the chop?
The 1950s are back with their monster movies and now-colorized Lucy, and so is a later time with its “Twin Peaks” and Dirty Dancing.
V.26 No.19 | 5/11/2017
Everybody Loves Bacon
“I Love Dick” on Amazon
"I Love Dick" is grown-up television dealing with complicated, messy human issues. It’s a comedy that isn’t afraid to be uncomfortable and a drama that isn’t afraid to poke fun at its characters.
Screening: a secret film in a secret location, "Max Headroom" in Santa Fe and a "capstone" project at Kimo.
Netflix has a doc about one of Nixon and Trump's tricksters, MTV shows how to prompose and PBS explains food chemistry.
V.26 No.18 | 5/4/2017
See Rogue One on a big screen, Cinco de Mayo: La Batalla at the National Hispanic Cultural Center and limited-edition “tribute” posters for classic cult films at Tractor’s tap room.
Tidbits from around the dial
Writers' strike averted, "Pitch" canceled, Sprout rebrands, Jeff Dunham gets a food show and IFC acquires "Baroness von Sketch Show."
V.26 No.17 | 4/27/2017
Meditate On Meaning
Let Movies & Meaning awaken your spirit, take the Trollywood Tour and submit your film for Roswell Galacticon or Santa Fe Independent Film Festival.
ABC and OTT
The death of broadcast television
Networks go to war with one another over proprietary streaming services.
"Dear White People" and "American Gods" debut while you fondly reminisce about "The Day After."