Thursday March 22 at 7:00 p.m.- SANTA FE
1600 St. Michael’s Drive
Santa Fe, NM – (505) 473-6494
All screenings are free to the public and followed by audience/filmmaker Q&A.
DVDs expected to go on sale late this Spring. Follow the film on Facebook here.
Premiered February 1st 2012 in Santa Fe, NM to a packed house of industry insiders and advocates, MADE IN NEW MEXICO is “an inside look at the film and media-making industry in New Mexico – from its history to its future – and how progressive tax incentives fueled a boom in production stirring up political controversy over the industry’s true value to the state in difficult financial times.”
STATEWIDE SCREENING SCHEDULE TO DATE
UPDATE 2/17/12: TWO MORE dates just added…
Alamogordo – THURS FEB 23 7p Aviator 10
3651 Mesa Village Drive, Alamogordo, NM 88310
Looks like one plus to having your relationship status being made public (or doing it yourself if you need that much attention) is the benefit of documentation…
While the third installment of Transformers is off to conquering the known universe the hot goss. is that franchise star Shia LaBeouf strongly hinted if not full on admitted to getting-it-on with then co-star Megan Fox, who is now a married woman as hitched to her long-time boyfriend Brian Austin Green…
Kind of Megan who like New Mexico is not featured in this installment of the series to be helping out with the publicity for the flick…confirming through representatives that the original Transformers couple shared “a fling”…adding that it was during the time of the much publicized Green/Fox family temporary break-up.
In more *NYDB news…rumors are swirling, as always around the prospect of a baby bump making a debut in the near future at the midsection of the now officially DIVORCED Avengers star Scarlett Johansson.
No one knows the truth about either of these two rumors (as it should be) but those involved – what we do know is that Megan rocks our socks, if & when Scar Jo procreates she’ll be an awesome mom and yes this post title is yet another Friends reference…
NO, I do not just watch Friends on a continuous loop…we have Netflix now…I am currently watching “Cheers”! Cheers!
Like the too little known quote from Barbara Walters to her adopted daughter:
“…born in my heart. Maybe not in my uterus, but in my heart,”
So is our beloved adopted crew thar’ above. True Grit may have an eccentric birth mother in California and ruffneck pa in Texas, but for a time the Grit was all ours.
And we love ’em and root for ’em and take a little applause for the Coen Bros flick for ourselves as True Grit opens WIDE today.
Just look at that movie poster through the eyes of the proud care takers we were. Memmer the April snow? Youmemmer…
Look at ’em – the bestest lil’ actor out there, our repeat NM actor, Mr. Matt Damon, the Oscar Winner Jeff Bridges (for his turn in NM movie Crazy Heart) and that strapping, turk Josh Brolin from NM’s Academy Award winning No Country for Old men and the unsung NM film In the Valley of Elah.
So though this film has outgrown us and spends the holidays with more flashy friends and cities – make no mistake through the life’s blood of this Grit runs true New Mexico.
Don’t forget us young Hailee Steinfeld, sure as you’re to grow into your britches as well as Bridges – New Mexico is behind you and proud like the dickens that that purdy face above took such an incredible turn as the tough as nails, pan faced Mattie Ross in this NM movie.
Here’s NM’s beloved adopted son, Matt Damon flexing his ~acting chops on Letterman last week!
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This all New Mexico all the time (just the way we like it) movie begins its local run tonight at the Guild Cinema in Albuquerque.
“Spoken Word was written by New Mexicans, and shot, produced and funded in the state. The screenplay was inspired by Santa Fe poet Joe Ray Sandoval’s work. He co-wrote the film with Bill Conway.” – NM Business Weekly
The film runs at the Guild through the 18th, then on to Los Angeles, New York, Phoenix, Denver and Chicago.