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Lisa Lucas announces the progress of two of her documentary films “1000 Voices” and her second still in production that deals with the “warrior” experience in Native American Culture through her Silver Bullet Productions.  In the second half of the show Lisa announces her new position at the New Mexico Film Office and the exciting prospects for Film Production in 2016 for New Mexico.

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Jilann Spitzmiller and Anna Darrah announce their Film Distribution Workshop entitled “How To Sell Your Film” being held February 13, 2016.  Helping filmmakers navigate the best distribution path either independently or with distributors.

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Christa Valdez with One Headlight Ink and Carissa Mitchell with the Mitchell and Presley Talent Group announce the New Mexico Film and Media Day Monday, February 8, 2016 at the Roundhouse Capitol Building and the actor’s panel discussion moderated by Carissa with panelists JoEdna Boldin, Vic Brown, Lora Cunningham, Esodie Geiger, and Alton Walpole.

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Jon Hendry gives a report on the New Mexico Films that screened at Sundance Film Festival, casting calls for Longmire, Night Shift, and more as well as the importance of Film & Media Day at The Roundhouse Monday, February 7, 2016

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Ariel Rakes describes his company “8292 Productions” and their activities with Statewide Independent Films, Commercials, Industrial & Government Projects as well as recent national exposure in the sports world.

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Phil Fulton announces the History, Engineering, Art, Technology (H.E.A.T.) educational track, sponsored by New Mexico Film Foundation, that will introduce Filmmaking Technology to grade school students using low-tech to high-tech teaching aids.

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Milton Reiss and Patrick Reid announce the Spring Semester classes at Santa Fe Community College and the arrival of advanced equipment available to its Film Students.

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Jason DeBoer announces the ABQ screening of his movie, “Dead River,” at the ABQ film festival with his two lead actors Morse Bicknell and Eb Lottimer describing their roles and careers as actors and acting coaches.

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