V.27 No.38 | 9/20/2018
Native Movie Night
See She Sings to the Stars, Labyrinth or Salvador; learn "Entertainment Law Basics."
Disney digital dawns
It’s looking increasingly like 2019 will be known as The Great Fracturing in the entertainment industry as Hollywood megacorps ask: Why distribute their TV shows and movies on Netflix or Hulu along with everybody else when they can start their own proprietary streaming service and charge you $9.99 a month for it?
V.27 No.37 | 9/13/2018
Gallup Gets Going
See the Gallup Film Festival, Hidden Figures, The Godfather or 12 Strong.
Space is the Place
“The First” On Hulu
"The First" is an occasionally stirring character drama thanks to its solid cast, but the whole thing remains resolutely earthbound when it should soar.
V.27 No.36 | 9/6/2018
Around the World on Screen
Throughout September the National Hispanic Cultural Center becomes the home to the free ¡Globalquerque! International Cinema Series; ¡Cinemagnifico! Latino Film Festival returns as well.
Sad Clown Time
“Kidding” on Showtime
Carrey’s muted performance and the more-depressive-than-manic scripts make our protagonist look less like a broken human being in need of salvation and more like a sad and naïve cartoon character.
V.27 No.35 | 8/30/2018
Projecting the Pueblo
Check out the Pueblo Film Festival; Las Cruces International Film Festival submission deadline looms; there's a special screening featuring two “¡COLORES!” episodes; watch A Quiet Place but don't scream!
Fun Will Never End
“Adventure Time” on Cartoon Network
"Adventure Time" concludes with a 44-minute series finale, titled “Come Along With Me."
V.27 No.34 | 8/23/2018
Feel Like Chicken Tonight?
See The Search for General Tso and discuss issues of immigration, adaptation and innovation; enjoy The Book of Life at Civic Plaza; go to "The New Mexico Film Incentive—Getting Your Money" to learn how to get your rebate.
Needs More Enchantment
“Disenchantment” on Netflix
With the talent on board, there’s every reason to believe that “Disenchantment” will ramp up, but after 10 episodes, it's mostly living up to its title.