In the BEST thing to happen to New Mexico since “red or green”, get your BREAKING BAD BLUE on, at this historic world renowned event! The first ever Breaking Bad Fan Fest is coming up:
Fri & Sat, Nov 7-8, 2014
Albuquerque Convention Center
We’ve got YOUR E-TICKETS! NOW til 5 p.m. tomorrow (Thursday, October 30, 2014), email WIN@oneheadlightink.com for your chance to win two FREE general admission tickets to NEXT WEEKEND’S inaugural, Albuquerque Breaking Bad Fan Fest from OHI!!!!
Meet “Skinny Pete”, “Gomez”, “Victor” (before the box cutter), The Salamanca cousins, “Krazy 8″, plus, plus, PLUS! Participate in Costume contests, major giveaways, events, discussions and sights and scenes unparalleled anywhere else in the Breaking Bad universe!
Persevering efforts such as the support and passage of that bill are what keep the state’s film industry alive and healthy. Production benefits, amazing facilities and unparallelled talent & crew base are what continue to build New Mexico back up to its full potential as a global hot spot for film and media.
As soon as news of the “Breaking Bad Bill” flooded the nation’s industry wire, the local industry enjoyed an uptick of projects going from “pending” to a “go”, with series pilots and series runs such as “The Night Shift” and “Killer Women” putting New Mexicans back to work. More series and films are headed down the pike.
So let’s get ready and get behind the business of more business for New Mexico. #NMFilm support means more private sector jobs & industry growth!
Film & Media Day Open Casting Call for UPCOMING 2014 NEW MEXICO FILM PROJECTS INCLUDES – BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO: Longmire Season 3, Hieroglyph, Good Kill, The Manhattan Project…scheduled as follows!
FILM AND MEDIA DAY CASTING CALL
MONDAY FEBRUARY 10th, 2014
1:00 – 4:00 pm
State Land Auditorium
304 Old Santa Fe Trail
Santa Fe, NM 87501 Map/Directions
Reel Working America is a joint project with Working America and IATSE 480 (The Film Technician’s Union) – it is the new home for working people in the film industry.
The goal is to give independent film makers, film students, and others aspiring to be in this exciting business a voice on the issues that affect the film industry and an opportunity to work collectively to influence the process.
Come voice your thoughts and ideas for the future of New Mexico Film in the first Reel Working America meeting of the year!
Also on the agenda is frank discussion on current legislation to help improve the film industry and the ways you can get involved with the always exciting annual Film and Media Day at the legislature on February 22, 2013.
Organizers strongly encourage you to invite any friends and family members who might also be interested in attending. Food and refreshments will be provided.
Working America and IATSE (the film technicians union) have partnered to create a new home for working people in the film industry, Reel Working America.
The film, television and multimedia industries are the future jobs for many Americans in an industry that has a higher percentage of workers represented by Unions and Guilds than any other. Reel Working America gives independent film makers and others aspiring to be in this exciting business a voice and a forum on the broader issues of the day and an opportunity to work collectively to influence the process.
As a member of Reel Working America, you’ll be part of the movement to protect the middle class and worker’s rights across the country.
Together, we’ll fight for…
Ensuring that our families have access to good quality health care
Protect our jobs here at home
Making sure that our retirement will be there for us when we need it
Giving our children the best possible education
Holding corporations accountable
Want to be a part of it? Fill out this form and become a member of Reel Working America.
Double, double toil and trouble, an actor’s journey is never overnight.
MELISSA BENOIST – As a teen, Benoist performed anonymously at Disneyland for three summers with the Academy of Theatre Arts run by Paul Dwyer and Alann Worley in Littleton. Local theater audiences watched Benoist grow up on area stages starring in productions like “Cinderella” and “Bye Bye Birdie” at Town Hall Arts Center, and as Peron’s young mistress the Country Dinner Playhouse’s final production, “Evita.” In 2006, The Denver Post named Benoist one of Colorado’s five “Can’t Miss Kids.”
Fast-forward to her first day on the “Glee” set, when was reduced to fangirl sitting 10 feet away from Matthew Morrison, who plays teacher Will Schuester. “I just kept staring at him, saying to myself, ‘Is this my life?’ ” she said. “I saw him on Broadway in ‘A Light in the Piazza.’ Seeing him right there in front of me was surreal.”
Read more: “Glee” adds a new cast member from Colorado: Melissa Benoist – The Denver Post