Hello friends of Nasario remembers the Río Puerco: Our small post production team, Shelene Bridge, our editor, me, the assistant editor Shawn Wayman–we all feel we’ve been in a parallel universe of sorts these last few months, as we gratefully, industriously, full-heartedly work on the film - thanks to the donations and goodwill contributed by you, our friends and supporters.
All this will take us to the end of this first phase of editing and we’ve been so gratified to be able to log, transcribe, digitize, organize the footage, create paper scripts, find beautiful music, archival footage and photos, including an iconic map made by a famous Spanish mapmaker named Miera y Pacheco which puts Nasario García’s Rio Puerco hometown on the map as “Guadalupe de Los Garcías” as early as the 1780s. And, of course, we are editing every day, transforming hours of footage into a story for the screen.
Our goal is to finish a full rough cut by early May - we have another date with New Mexico PBS on May 12 to show them this version and hopefully, proceed to a broadcast contract and date.
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We're delighted to have the trailer included in the New Mexico Women in Film's Film Fiesta 2017 - screening alongside wonderful shorts, narratives, documentaries and experimental films and playing in 4 cities in New Mexico - starting April 20, Details below. Please come and see us all!
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Contact: March 1, 2017
Shelene Bridge, NMWIF Fiesta! Producer firstname.lastname@example.org 505-795-8580
NM WOMEN IN FILM CELEBRATES WITH FILM FIESTA!
SANTA FE, NM - New Mexico Women in Film has planned a quadri-city F ilm Fiesta! in Las Vegas, Albuquerque, Las Cruces, and Santa Fe, April 20-23, 2017. The NMWIF FIESTA! 2017 mission is to honor current NMWIF Members, who are in good standing and regardless of gender, by showcasing their creativity, vision and artistry of their film work and network emerging film students at the institutions of higher education throughout New Mexico.
The NMWIF FIESTA! 2017 will be presented at the New Mexico Highlands University’s Ilfeld Auditorium, Las Vegas, Thursday, April 20; South Broadway Cultural Center, Albuquerque, Friday, April 21; New Mexico State University’s CMI Digital Media Theater, Saturday, April 22; and Santa Fe University of Art & Design’s The Forum, Sunday, April 23.
The NM WIF FIESTA! 2017 screens from 5:00pm - 9:00pm each day with an intermission 6:30pm - 7:30pm. All Access Tickets for each location are $15. More information is available at NMWIF.com.
Thirteen of the best films by NMWIF members and emerging film students will be screened in each city at the NMWIF Fiesta! 2017. Selected films are as follows:
Charlotte; in Retrospect, Monica Montoya, Student at NMSU
Days Young & Golden, Andy K astelic, Student at UNM
Frankie and Jude: Star Wars - ANOTH ER Star Wars Story, Amy Baklini, NMWIF Member
La Douleur Exquise, Charlie Gravina, NMWIF Member
Pinky Promise, Catharine Pilafas, NMWIF Member
Shadows of Waste, Holly Adams, NMWIF Member
Barbara’s Story, JoAnne Tucker, NMWIF Member
Gris, Erica Nguyen, NMWIF Member
Legacy, Mark Lewis, Student at IAIA
Longshotsville, Jody McNicholas, NMWIF Member
Nasario Remembers the Rio Puerco, Shebana Coelho, NMWIF Member
Acrophobia, Rand Hadid, Student at SFUAD
Cruzar, Ann Bromberg, NMWIF Member
NMWIF is a chapter of Women In Film & Television International, which has over 40 chapters worldwide. By creating a professional alliance with the international force, New Mexico members make a statement of professionalism and intent as filmmakers and film workers.