Michael Becker took a chance and it paid off.
One is a newly disgraced New York Times reporter desperately in search of a career-reviving scoop.
Filmmakers continue to push the boundaries in film around the world.
Ash Avildsen has accomplished a lot in his life.
A piece of New Mexico film is headed to France.
The way Aimée Barry Broustra looks at it, making a film is a lot like riding a horse.
Alamogordo dump excavation featured
The new Violet Crown cinema in the downtown Santa Fe Railyard has scheduled its grand opening for April 30, according to a news release from the Austin-based company.
Ken Burns has been at the forefront of documentary filmmaking for more than a decade.
Travis Holt Hamilton is facing an uphill battle – but he’s excited about it.
It’s taken Rudy Ramos more than 30 years to realize a dream.
It’s taken Anne de Mare five years to complete her latest documentary. And, she’s been having a grea …
The Taos Shortz Film Fest has carved out a niche for New Mexico filmmakers.