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#NMFilm “Silver Bullet” Casting Call

Posted by on November 29, 2011 | 3 comments

UPDATE 1/3/12:

“Silver Bullet”, a post Civil War Western is looking for Asians to work in scenes for this big Hollywood production in the Albuquerque/Santa Fe Area this March & April.

Please register at egcasting.com or mail a photo, with name, phone numbers and sizes to:

Silver Bullet Casting
Elizabeth Gabel
304 Washington SE
Albuquerque, NM 87108

These are paid positions
(From the New Mexico Film Office)

Feature Film Silver Bullet Casting:

ASIANS, NATIVE AMERICANS, HORSE RIDERS, MEN WITH LOTS OF FACIAL HAIR, MEN WITH NO FACIAL HAIR. WOMEN OF ALL SIZES WITH LONG HAIR.

Sunday, December 11
9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Far Horizon Studio
300 Washington SE
Suite 304
Albuquerque, NM

- EG Casting

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Another Day Another #ABQ Arnold Schwarzenegger Sighting

Posted by on November 29, 2011 | Comments Off


LIVE and in person the action star poses with OHI fave Jackamoe Buzzell.

Tuesday night The Last Stand star stopped-in at ABQ celebrity hot-spot Vernon’s, where the larger than life Governator was flanked by NM’s Own superstar Jackamoe Buzzell.

Arnold Schwarzenegger and co. have been in New Mexico since October filming his leading-man return to the big screen.

The modern day western, also starring Johnny Knoxville, Jaimie Alexander, Luis Guzmán, and Forest Whitaker is set for a January 2013 release.

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#NM My50 #TV #Casting for new TV VJ

Posted by on November 29, 2011 | Comments Off

Got mad hosting skills? If you’re cute, talented, fun and energetic this may be the gig for YOU.

My50-TV has turned on the search light, seeking out the next face of the station for 2012.

To get all the deets on duties, pay, and who/what they’re looking for clickity-click it right here!

If you’ve got the goods and the drive…here’s what to do next:

Send a couple pictures of yourself, and if you can, a video sample of your spokesperson skills. Include a cover sheet explaining why are interested in the gig and why we should be interested in you.
You can send this package 2 ways: Snail mail or email.

You can email the pictures and links to videos, etc. to: promotions@my50.tv
Please put this in the subject heading: VJ CASTING CALL


You can snail mail or drop off your package:
My50-TV VJ Casting Call
8341 Washington Street NE
Albuquerque, NM 87113

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The GOLD Standard – Standards

Posted by on November 29, 2011 | Comments Off

In our never ending quest for intelligent life (to learn from), an admired associate who was tapped to review our newest feature, “Mansperts” has provided the following point of view on RELATIONSHIPS…

From the far recesses of what was thought to be either extinct or all-out myth comes the perspective of a Single Male who ain’t out “humping around” for humpin’s sake.

Presented without comment (except for that of our top secret “celebrity” contributors) is the POV of homegrown rock-star hottie, Zach Fowler – who manages to not succumb to the rue of the modern world, aka fly by night, seat-of-your-pants, stupid questionable decisions.

Feel free to comment here, and furthermore commence cyber-stalking and groupie-ing this local talent…but as you (should) be able to surmise from his point of view…you will not be considered eligible to apply without first being able to spell and define – surmise…

I haven’t had anything even remotely resembling a girlfriend or a relationship of any kind since…

…well…since…

…well…never.

From the outside looking in, I can honestly say that the reason relationships fail is because of a lack of understanding. That lack of understanding falls under the fault of both parties…the man, and the woman. Men want freedom to do what they have to do (and want to do) in order to provide for his significant other while at the same time, providing for himself. Women, on the other hand, want to be noticed for all the right reasons, and the man sometimes doesn’t have anything to do with that…but then again, sometimes he has everything to do with that.

There has to be space, but in order for a relationship to succeed, each party should have an understanding of how far (or how near) that space is. From the perspective of single man who has never been in a relationship who is also professional musician who tours the country 100 dates out of the year, I have all the space I would ever need…in fact, I have so much space that I almost feel isolated. However, there are men out there with so much going on with their significant other(s), they would give their left nut (literally) for my kind of isolation.

What I can also say from the outside looking in is that FAR too many people get into relationships for all the wrong reasons. Women feel “legitimate” because they have an arm to cling to, and men have their “trophy wife” or “trophy girlfriend.” All too often, either sex can just be “looking for somebody,” not know that the “somebody” they’ve found is nothing more than a face to associate with their own existence. They have sex, but never make love. They hook up, but keep their options open to other hooks. One-night stands, “friends with benefits,” “shorty on the side,” etc…. The more I see this, the more I realize just how secure I am in what I want…and the fact that what I want (a lover, a friend, a “keeper”) may not exist in this modern society of casual dating, and even more casual sex…and that may be the very reason why women find me so unapproachable.

There are, of course, MANY benefits to being single as long as I have (I have “officially” been single since freshman year of high school…just over 15 years). I know a lot about what NOT to do, and that could serve to be even better experience than someone who hasn’t gone a day without having a “relationship” of some sort. What I can tell you is this: Man, by nature, was never designed to be alone…however, man was also designed to crave solidarity and, in some cases, isolation. I am all for “testing boundaries,” but not when it comes to something that has the potential to bring psychological harm to something that should inherently be fun, inspiring, and good.

My two cents, which probably should only count for one cent based on extreme lack of experience…but like I said, you learn a lot by being on the outside for so long.

First of all, I refer you to the movie “Little Miss Sunshine”. Cue disc to the scene where Alan Arkin is talking to his grandson while they’re in the car on the big roadtrip. Take his advice to the grandson early and often. I can even make a biblical reference if you’d like: “Rejoice, O young man, in thy youth…” Eclesiastes 11:9.

Here’s the deal: I find myself best served with the opposite sex when I take each “hurdle” on a case-by-case basis. To try and tackle the whole enchilada on the issue of man and woman at once is a lot like Don Quixote charging the proverbial windmill. Sometimes, my wife is absolutely 100% cool with me “doing my thing”. In certain times, she absolutely is not. It’s my duty as her partner to figure out when those times are. Admittedly, we men are not so great at discerning one from the other. But, we get better as time goes by.

Look, I can tell you with no reservations whatsoever that the old saying about “when you least expect it, expect it” is true. The “keeper” will come along at absolutely the worst time for it to happen in your life. But, you’d better pull your head out long enough to realize she’s The Keeper. If you let that opportunity pass, you’ll live to regret it. I’m in a relationship (in this case, marriage) mainly because not only do I love her, but she covers my ass on the things I suck at. We’re polar opposites, but that actually WORKS. That, my friend, is what you need to consider. We get into relationships for the wrong reasons all the time. The reason I just stated is the best one I can think of for having one.

That being said, do not squander one second of your single time, no matter how long it lasts. Hear me on this one. Before long, you’ll meet The Keeper and all the things you think you’re missing by not being in a relationship will look stupid to you lot of times once you’re on the other side. Dating sucks, but there’s SO MANY awesome chicks out there you should think of it as a buffet. GO NUTS DUDE. And, on the subject of giving up a left nut, try to hold on to it. You’ll need it later. – “Cromagnon Man”

Relationships are a wonderful analogy to quantum mechanics. In a nutshell, quantum theory is the way science views the behavior of the smallest of particles. As it is, these singular constituents of matter and force are entirely unpredictable. Believe it or not, science has grown comfortable with this!?! You see, it all comes down to statistics…much of what we know about this minute world relies on probability. Examine the behavior of enough of these particles, and only then can a semblance of understanding be reached.

Without a doubt, our single friend is a well studied, intelligent and wise man. He knows exactly what he wants in a relationship, and at the same time he knows that under current circumstances he will never attain them. Undeservedly, he also diminishes his intellectual currency with over analysis of his current situation. Like a classical physicist, he attempts to make sense of a chaotic and unpredictable world within a detached mindset.

There are an infinite number of variables in relationships…even more than there are stars in the sky. Just when you think you have it all figured out, chance throws you a curve ball. There is no ultimate security in any relationship…romantic, familial, or collegial…to think that there ever could be is sure folly. It reminds me of the high school male who prepares every jab, hook, and body blow of a fight only to be knocked out by the first punch. There comes a time in everyone’s life where we must brave uncertainty and roll(the dice) with the punches. – “Iso”

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Johnny Knoxville & Arnold Schwarzenegger New Mexico Style

Posted by on November 28, 2011 | One comment

Photo Courtesy of the Valencia County News-Bulletin

ICYMI: This is how you do it…Valencia County style. As we told you here the Valencia County News-Bulletin and county officials are wowing us with their attention to and coverage of the upcoming comeback flick of one Mr. Arnold Schwarzenegger, The Last Stand.

It does my movie loving, New Mexican heart good to see my hometown paper publicize our state film action and it almost brings a smile to my gnarly grimacing face to see Belen Mayor Rudy Jaramillo, the Belen City Council and city employees come out to show support for the production which is providing a boost to the local economy and a buzz all over the world for NM.

Publicist for The Last Stand, Sheryl Main tells the paper that she invited Governor Susana Martinez to the set to see the benefits of filming in New Mexico, but did not get any response.

Read the full recap of the set visit here.

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OPEN CALL: New Mexico Small Businesses

Posted by on November 28, 2011 | One comment

SHOPNM

Calling all New Mexico small businesses and entrepreneurs:

In time for the holidays OHI is offering some FREE advertising and social network promotions to state shops, restaurants, retailers and manufacturers!

If you are or have a locally owned and operated business email: info@oneheadlightink.com for details on how to get featured in our upcoming BUYNM listings, which will be regularly updated to our subscribers and social network of friends and fans through New Year’s Day!

PLEASE be sure to include any special offers you may be able to extend to our readers, tie-ins you have with area charities, web links, pictures and any special New Mexico story you might have to share about your small business!!!

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Walmart-gate, New Mexico Style

Posted by on November 27, 2011 | One comment


“I do not reveal confidential sources” – Gadi Schwartz via Twitter

As a fake reporter who gets more gossip on locals than anyone would really care to have much less publicize, I certainly respect an actual journalist who is acting within his scope of work to protect his sources.

Late Sunday Mark Oswald, staff writer for the Journal Santa Fe broke the story of how revered KOB-TV reporter Gadi Schwartz is set to be deposed in ongoing litigation over the firings and disciplinary actions taken against multiple Santa Fe Police Officers.

An attorney for the officers involved in the case claims that 2010 dash-cam video of officers arresting a man in a Walmart parking lot included in a KOB-TV report aired in March was released to “influence” the department’s internal investigation of the matter.

Ay, there’s the rub…Schwartz who obtained the video for his report has now been subpoenaed to reveal his source. Mark Oswald writes, The video of the arrest is a public record. After KOB’s report…the Journal obtained a copy under a public records request to city government.”

Read the full Journal story here.

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CBS Shooting The Rifleman Set in #NM

Posted by on November 27, 2011 | One comment

Iconic sharpshooter, widower Lucas McCain, first brought to life by Chuck Connors and his 1892 Winchester is slated to hit modern day television.

The beloved TV series, “The Rifleman” (1958-1963) is being resurrected by Columbia Broadcasting System.

With recent clamourings for the western genre, brought on by the success of Deadwood and Justified, spawning new series’ Hell on Wheels and NM’s own (pilot) Longmire, CBS is poised to bring the gold home to network TV in the proverbial chuck-wagon.

The original series set in the 1800s and NEW MEXICO is currently in development at CBS with Harry Potter director Chris Columbus, screenwriters Laeta Kalogridis (Avatar and Shutter Island) and Patrick Lussier for the CBS and hopefully NM shoot…

Updates to follow…

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New Mexico’s Own Ryan McGarvey a Supernatural

Posted by on November 27, 2011 | Comments Off

With dueling biopics (Mystery White Boy, Greetings from Tim Buckley) on the horizon for the late great rocker Jeff Buckley, life has cast its own shadow firmly behind his lively doppelgänger in NM’s Own Ryan McGarvey.

Nothing short of a phenom, on the road from Albuquerque to Amsterdam and everywhere in-between, over and above the rest, McGarvey stands alone in a spotlight all his own.

As we’ve gushed over the oddly seasoned young talent many times before we’ll tell you again, if you haven’t experienced a Ryan McGarvey show, you’re missing out!

Click here for official video library.

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#NMFilm: Under the Stairs

Posted by on November 26, 2011 | Comments Off

This week’s feature Indie Q presentation at the historic KiMo Theatre in downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico is the highly anticipated short thriller, “Under the Stairs”.

Written by Kieran McGowan, directed by Joshua Sallach, starring OHI fave Jack Justice, “Under the Stairs” is about eight-year-old Jack, who “new to his neighborhood, makes his lonely way home from school to arrive at an empty house as the sun goes down. One evening, Jack discovers a creature living in the darkness under the basement stairs – a creature with a sinister rasp and glowing eyes. The creature asks for Jack’s help: it is alone, it is hungry…and it knows his name.”

Attend the FREE PREMIERE SCREENING of “UNDER THE STAIRS”
Wednesday, November 30th, 7pm – 9pm (doors open 6:30) at The KiMo Theatre

The award winning comedic horror short, Plush by Ryan Denmark will open the screening which will also include additional New Mexico made independents.

Meet the casts and filmmakers expected to attend! And check-out this concept to screen preview of Under the Stairs by Jade Norris:

Under the Stairs – Concept to Screen from Joshua Sallach on Vimeo.

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Holiday Stresses Lend to Volatility and Risk – #NM Support & Resource Services

Posted by on November 24, 2011 | Comments Off

“Experts tell us any changes in the pattern of daily life could escalate violence. Also, holidays create an added financial burden on families, escalating already stressed relationships. – WKYC

S.A.F.E. House New Mexico – Statewide 24 Hour Hotline 1-800-773-3645

In NM report suspected child abuse or neglect by calling #SAFE (#7233) from a cell phone or 1-855-333-SAFE

PB&J Family Services

National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800 799-7233

National Child Abuse Hotline (childhelp.org): 1-800-4-A-CHILD

Let’s support these services and each other all year ’round…Happy Holidays!

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The Official “Official” Disney Statement on The Lone Ranger, New Mexico Style

Posted by on November 22, 2011 | One comment

As we’ve been telling you here, here, and here

“The Walt Disney Studios has committed to shooting the majority of the feature film The Lone Ranger in New Mexico. Our past experiences shooting in New Mexico have been extraordinarily positive thanks to the state’s sophisticated infrastructure – including world class crews; quality vendors; local talent; spectacular locations; and of course, its generous tax incentive program. We’re thrilled to be heading back to New Mexico.” – Tony To, Executive Vice President, Production, The Walt Disney Studios

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ICYMI: Arnold’s Owie – Schwarzenegger All Stitched-up

Posted by on November 21, 2011 | One comment

In movie news, that the Valencia County News Bulletin is doing a better job of covering than any combination of government agencies or other mainstream media outlets are doing of covering state film news…

Arnold Schwarzenegger has a boo-boo!

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NMedia: State of NM Film Challenge

Posted by on November 18, 2011 | 2 comments

All the Governor’s men say, yes. The Duke says, HELL YES, and the rest of us are tasked to assemble and conquer for this business we call show and bring it all the way home to New Mexico.

Albuquerque Studios juts out of the far reaches of the NM desert just like the visions of a Vegas empire did to one Ben Siegel in a scene straight out of Bugsy. There on location, where action meets the vision of vast development; of land, economy and long term prosperity, NM Film Avengers & Advocates assembled last night.

The Governess had a long standing commitment against the industry and was unable to attend to voice the support we’re hearing she now lends so fervently to the industry; its jobs, education and global notoriety for our great state.

But state leaders, Governor Richard Berry, Chief of Staff Keith Gardner, Deputy Chief of Staff Ryan Cangiolosi, and New Mexico Film Office Director Nick Maniatis were in attendance to tout their full support and commitment to growing a sustainable future for New Mexico in the film industry.

Like Jesus, Mayor Berry stands with the carpenters, emphasizing that he is all IN on the film industry for the strong roots he wants laid in the Q and beyond for trades and small businesses.

Mayor Berry at Albuquerque Studios in 2011

Chief of staff Garnder went so far as to announce that the Governor vows to wield a veto pen on any proposed decrease to our film incentives come this next legislative session.

From the tippy-top of YOUR State Film Office, Nick Manianitis re-affirmed his dedication and efforts to keep films, their jobs, revenue and education rolling into New Mexico. Maniatis re-asserted the Film Office’s commitments to community partnerships with ongoing town hall meetings all over the state and an upcoming education summit.

While he prioritizes television production for its long term jobs and revenue, Maniatis further commented that his charter is too to branch NM production into digital media, gaming and post-production work.

Unable to divulge specifics on television prospects (citing three productions) expected down the pike, Maniatis was able to deliver a gingerly worded, press-release-lite, officially committing that the MAJORITY of Disney’s, The Lone Ranger film WILL shoot here in NM…

While attaining and maintaining industry growth for the state, by way of education, trades and small business opportunities, were the overriding sentiments of the night, the underlying theme was one of unity. A step in the right direction as voices raised together are voices more likely heard.

All of the above, representatives Egolf and Keller, hosts NMedia, every actor, crew member, support service provider and industry business in attendance share in the like-minded goal of furthering New Mexico’s name in film.

Closing the night was one of NM’s Own most outspoken…As always SMQ artfully and comically brought home some truth, echoing the immortal words of Whitney Houston, “the children are our future…tech them well”. Here, here! Teach them something for cripes sake!

Quezada noted that New Mexico’s youth are our “greatest natural resource”, and that they deserve to have more options in arts and entertainment than the prospect of being on cops or even on his own, one and only, Hispanic-led late night television talk show, The After After Party…No one fosters growth in the arts for New Mexico’s youth like SMQ and his crew, but they can’t do it all and they certainly can’t do it alone!

Just as MC Vivana Vigil had kicked-off the night by naming the Film Industry as a source of education and careers choices, giving all New Mexicans a reason and possibilities to stay in the state and make it great, Quezada concluded with the FACT that Film works for New Mexico.

Thank you NMedia at Mesa del Sol for wrangling so many film advocates in rallying for the cause!

NM Film – Get into it!

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Gallery of the Day: Who Is Edition

Posted by on November 16, 2011 | Comments Off

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In Plain Sight Casting Mary’s Baby

Posted by on November 15, 2011 | Comments Off
CastingNMTV

From On Location Casting:

ALBUQUERQUE, NM Notice.

SEEKING BABIES for the upcoming, fifth season of “In Plain Sight“. When filming begins in January 2012, we will need CAUCASIAN TWINS or TRIPLETS (boy, girl or combination – GIRLS preferred) who can play “Mary’s” baby.

Babies will need to be 7 months old (or small 8-9 months old) as of the second week of January. Parent MUST have flexible schedule to be available for approx. (4) months of filming with their child.

Pay rate TBD. Please spread the word and submit photos by 12/10/11 to: onlocationcastingNM@yahoo.com with the subject line IPS BABIES.

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Video of the Day: I Don’t Know Much Edition

Posted by on November 15, 2011 | Comments Off

I don’t know much, but I do know this:

The greatest woman I’ve ever known was born in a shanty town and raised on dirt floors, which she SWEPT. So, if you don’t do what you can, with what you have…not what I have, or what “she” has, or what you think you’re supposed to have, but do with what YOU have, then you’re doing it WRONG…click.

“Silver Bullet” Casting Native Americans

Posted by on November 15, 2011 | 5 comments
CastingFilmNM

Major Motion Picture, “Silver Bullet” is currently seeking Native American males and females for featured extra roles to film in the Shiprock New Mexico area.

Individuals who are experienced horse riders are particularly encouraged to apply.

The production is also casting for a Native American Boy age range 9-11 for a featured speaking role in the film.

Call 505-368-2490 to schedule an audition, IF you fit the specifications.

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Mansperts: Got Girlfriends?

Posted by on November 14, 2011 | 3 comments

In this first installment of “Mansperts“, two sides of the “evolutionary scale” each provide answers and enlightenment on a select topic submitted to them at mansperts@oneheadlightink.com.

Our guest writers, one self described “Cromagnon” and the other a generally accepted “Robot”, tackle your age old and brand new most confounding quandaries about man and womankind…

Today get your dish on “girls without girlfriends” from men without boundaries.

Ah yes, the ol’ “my chick doesn’t get along with other chicks” quandary. The first thing that pops to mind when I’m confronted with this type of situation is this: DRAMA. The worst part of it for us guys is the fact that we’ll never have a normal relationship with said female’s significant other ever again. What if I actually enjoy hanging out and doing things with the girl you don’t like’s man? Now, I’m screwed if I want to play poker with the guys, or go to a barbecue that involves the whole group of friends, go bowling with the group, go hear a band and have drinks with the group, etc.,…and just because YOU refuse to get along with so-and-so’s wife (or wives). I understand that this is a common thread with a lot of women. Girls generally don’t like other girls. Is it because you think us guys are checking out the other girls? We married YOU. We chose YOU. We’re good with the decision usually. Let it go for God’s sakes.

Another problem with this “girls who don’t like other girls” conundrum: now, as your guy, we become your entertainment chairperson. It’s up to us to keep you occupied and engaged when it’s the off hours. That’s a HUGE order most of the time. Give us a break. We actually want you to have other friends, we want you to go out and have “girls nights”. We want you to have things to do with other people besides us. Not always, but a third of the time would be a bonus. I, personally, don’t even care if you have guy friends. If you’re going to end up cheating on me with that guy, then BONUS….I get a freebie too and you can’t hold it against me either. You and I both know neither of us wants a divorce in this economy. Relax already. Put the claws away when other women appear. Guys don’t roll like that, and if they do, they resolve the problem right then and there. No fuss, no muss. – “Cromagnon Man”

Women are like magnets. To men, they can be the most attractive objects on the planet…or the most repulsive. Rarely neutral, her moods can charge the room with positive energy or negate good vibes in short order. Like many naturally occurring magnetic fields, her polarity is powerful, chaotic, volatile, and can flip on a dime.

Things get really interesting when magnets are brought together. When polarities are aligned, many magnets can be strung together, in a very orderly fashion, to form a powerful collective. In fact, when this orientation is “just right”, the field strength is enhanced with each additional magnet added to the series. But, for all the resonance brought about with these “ideal” orientations, more often than not, magnets have many more counter-productive orientations. Even with a duet, there are far more ways for two magnets to repulse one another than to attract.

Without a proper ground, an electromagnetic field can spend an eternity without ever being noticed. Ladies, ditch your fellow magnets and go out and get yourself a good grounding rod (I know…easier said than done). – “Iso”

Send your questions & quandaries to Cromagnon Man and Iso at mansperts@oneheadlightink.com

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Ride That Bird, NM Style

Posted by on November 12, 2011 | One comment

New Mexico’s Own Mine that Bird gets the graphic novel, big screen film and National Sweepstakes treatment.

Against all odds, the remarkable little horse from Roswell, New Mexico became the winner of the 2009, 135th Kentucky Derby. Picked to run dead last, with odds against him at 50:1, Mine That Bird’s victory is the second largest upset in Kentucky Derby history.

A new 48- page story is the first in a trilogy of graphic novels that depicts Mine That Bird’s life, challenges and victories. The books will also be the basis for an animated film. The animated film will be developed at New Mexico State University’s Creative Media Institute.

For those of you who’ve always dreamed of being a jockey, the Mine That Bird team is giving you a chance to do just that. You can register to win the “Be a Jockey for a Day” contest at www.minethatbird.com/pr.

The winner, and the winner’s companion, will be flown to Roswell, New Mexico. They will receive VIP treatment, which includes spending an entire day with Mine That Bird, and then chow down at the Double Eagle Ranch with the Bird’s down home cowboy owners for a big western style “cowboy bar-b-q”. If you’re the winner you’ll find out in person what it’s like to live the life of a horse-racing rancher, train a winner, and ride him to victory.

Keep up with the Mine That Bird movie here.

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