Since its inception six years ago, the Santa Fe Independent Film Festival has been carving out a niche for itself.
You might have thought “Dolphin Tale,” the sleeper hit kids’ film of a few falls back, was a complete, compact and uplifting story that didn’t really need a second act.
This year’s annual Pie Festival in – where else? – Pie Town will be a special one.
The highest-grossing Spanish film in Spain’s history has U.S. debut
Filmstock New Mexico is growing at a good pace – and that suits James Lee just fine.
Carmike Cinemas to open 12 screens at Coors and Rio Bravo
Dyanna Taylor worked for 11 years.
The story of Sacajawea will be told soon – and it will happen in New Mexico. This in part to… more »
SANTA FE – Oscar winner Tommy Lee Jon
Twenty years. That’s the time the Sundance Institute Native Program has been in operation.
Films that extend far beyond the “cowboys and Indians” stereotype of Native Americans will be lighting up downtown screens over the next week.
Locals urged to seek roles in movie
Forty-eight hours. That’s all the time groups of filmmakers have to participate in the 48 Hour Film Festival.