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V.25 No.45 | 11/10/2016

Event Horizon

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Saturday, Nov 19: Third Annual Pueblo Film Festival

Film screenings, presentations and discussions with renowned Pueblo filmmakers at the only film festival in the country devoted to the work of Pueblo filmmakers and actors.
V.23 No.22 | 5/29/2014
Locally made thriller Dead Billy, playing Thursday, June 5, at AFME

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One Good Experience Deserves Another

The Second Annual Albuquerque Film and Media Experience

The Albuquerque Film and Media Experience returns with concerts, plays, panel discussions, intimate conversations, comedy shows, parties and the occasional film screening.
V.22 No.22 | 5/30/2013

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Latino Film Fest Speaks Our Language

Translating the experience of ¡Cine Magnífico!

Instituto Cervantes of Albuquerque, the University of New Mexico Latin American and Iberian Institute and the National Hispanic Cultural Center present the first ever ¡Cine Magnífico! Latino Film Festival.
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First-Year Fest Fills Screens

Scanning the Albuquerque Film & Media Experience

The inaugural Albuquerque Film & Media Experience, ostensibly a film festival, adds a welter of panel discussions, performance art, art exhibits, a food tasting, music concerts, parties and more to the usual mix of film premieres
V.21 No.26 | 6/28/2012
“The Last Norwegian Troll,” part of Horror Bites

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Horror Bites Burque

On a scale of 1 to 10, how scared are you right now? How would you like to up that number significantly? If you like the thrill of a good haunted house or the adrenaline rush that comes from the sound of a revving chain saw, you need to keep an eye out for the upcoming Dark Matters Film Festival. The festival is a newly formed showcase for horror, dark fantasy and weird science fiction films right here in New Mexico. The showcase is expected to launch in late-April/early-March 2013. Organizers are whetting appetites and quickening pulses, however, with a fundraising teaser event on Saturday, June 30.

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V.19 No.40 | 10/7/2010
James Franco stars as Allen Ginsberg in the Beat Generation biopic   Howl  , playing at the SW Gay & Lesbian Film Fest

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This Week's Film & TV: 8th SW Gay & Lesbian Film Fest, Duke City DocFest, Never Let Me Go, The Event

[ Fri Oct 8 2010 1:45 AM ]

Freshman Fest Flogs Nonfiction Film: Check out the inaugural Duke City DocFest, chock full of documentary goodness, and free to boot! Sunday Oct. 10 through Friday, Oct. 15, various venues around downtown Albuquerque.

Reel World: Red Carpet Celebration of Latinos in the Media, call for a global film fest, last call for the New Visions / New Mexico Contract Awards

The eighth annual Southwest Gay and Lesbian Film Festival — the Southwest's premiere showcase for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender cinema screens films as diverse as its audience. Reveling in its identity as the premiere outlet for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender cinema in the Southwest, Albuquerque’s own SG&LFF has been able to attract hundreds of quality features, documentaries and shorts. “People have begun to realize that, after eight years, our programming is really tight and we are open to the community at large. We’re definitely a gay and lesbian film festival, but we’re open to everyone.”

Oct. 8 through Oct. 14, at Guild Cinema, Southwest Film Center, Bank of America Theater at NHCC.

Film Review: Never Let Me Go is an overly restrained sci-fi experiment

Idiot Box: “The Event” on NBC

Week in Sloth: 24 hours of Tony Curtis, Disney does The Avengers, Cesar Milan whispers to Howie Mandel’s neurotic dog

V.19 No.34 | 8/26/2010
Monte Hellman, guest of honor at the Albuquerque Film Festival

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Albuquerque Film Festival Returns

And we interview guest of honor Monte Hellman

The second annual Albuquerque Film Festival is about to open the floodgates, letting loose five days’ worth of films, panels, workshops and parties. Throughout the weekend, there will be feature films, both local (Rod McCall’s coming-of-age drama Becoming Eduardo, Andrew Lauer’s kiddie fantasy Adventures of a Teenage Dragon Slayer) and national (the Iraq War drama The Dry Land starring America Ferrera, the low-budget indie dramedy Fanny, Annie & Danny).

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V.19 No.5 | 2/4/2010

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Shorts Head North

The third annual Taos Shortz Film Festival takes place this Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 5 through 7, at the Best Western Kachina Lodge up in Taos. There are five separate short film blocks screening Friday and Saturday. The weekend gets topped off by an awards ceremony on Sunday. More than 50 short films from New Mexico and beyond will be featured. There’s no overriding theme to the shorts blocks, but they are helpfully separated into ones reserved for mature audiences, ones in which parental guidance is suggested and ones to which kids of all ages are welcome. Individual tickets and all-event passes are available through the festival’s website at taosshortz.com.

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