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FOREIGN SHORT: Midthunder Casting call for speaking role – female, age 22-27, to play a waitress, pretty and luminous with charisma, comfortable, touch of humor around eyes. Open ethnicity $200 / 12 hrs. High end foreign short – New Mexico local hires only. Email headshot and resume to:

GRAVES: Lorrie Latham is looking for older pickup/trucks, preferably “beaters”, to work Monday Oct 19 in Santa Fe. To be considered email a photo of you and your vehicle to: All vehicles must be in running condition. No red, black or white.

Paid student film out of NYC school of visual arts to film at White Sands National Park Monument, Alamogordo, NM. November 20-25. Accommodations, food and pay provided. Casting a white male, age 25-35 to play a military vet surviving in a post apocalyptic world. Discovers the purpose of life. Contact to submit.



48 Hour Sci-fi shorts: This weekend 48HFP. Connect with teams for cast & crew calls on Facebook.

COMING SOON (Rumored):

NBC Mini Series, The Reaper – Focuses on the military’s special operations community and the sacrifices they and their families face while serving their country. “The Reaper” himself is a deadly, record breaking sniper who is the first African-American ever to serve as a sniper in his battalion. Scheduled to begin filming in January, 2016.

Seth Rogen’s dark dramady, “Preacher” for AMC is expected back in New Mexico in February, 2016.

Robert Redford movie, The Old Man and the Gun: After escaping San Quentin in 1979, a lifelong bank robber and prison escape artist evades law enforcement for twenty years. He is finally arrested in 1999, at the age of 79, while trying to stick up one last bank. Will possibly film in NM next Spring (March 2016).

Movie, “Wind River” set to star Elizabeth Olson (Olson Twins’ sister) and Chris Pine who was just here for, “Comancheria” is expected back in New Mexico to shoot beginning January, 2016. Pine is set to play a tormented fish and game hunter forced who joins a rookie FBI agent in a quest to solve a murder in the lawless Wind River Indian Reservation.

Better Call Saul is still rolling in Albuquerque, no season 2 premiere date has been announced, but it’s expected to debut this winter (Nov. – Feb.) on AMC.

New Mexico Senator shout out to film. The New Mexico Film Industry has a place for everyone. Answer to unemployment, crime, boredom/hopelessness?

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