As many guests as possible are needed. If you want to participate, please come to the shoot by 3:30 tomorrow afternoon wearing clothing in muted tones (pastels preferred, no brights/reds or black dresses) suitable for a springtime wedding reception.
Please email: Mariahtaylan@hotmail.com if you are coming to provide an accurate headcount as food & refreshments will be provided.
Bring a friend and spread the word, all are welcome who know how to behave on set! Should be wrapped by 6 p.m. Thanks!
Synopsis: Four Hand Bloodstock is a landscape film about Sam, who while dealing with the declining health of his wife, June, interacts with the landscape of New Mexico.
Four Hand Bloodstock plays with the themes of time and space through experimental camera work and sound design to express the transitioning moods of the couples’ experience with June’s awaited journey to death. Four Hand Bloodstock makes the landscape a character within the film, giving time and space a story just as much as the characters themselves.
The tone is tranquil with moments of depression and panic. The film has elements that include the history of the New Mexican landscape, the Tigua Indians and Pueblos.
Sam (early 30s) – is fearful of loosing his wife to a rare bacterial disease. Sam leaves their cabin home to travel across the New Mexican landscape, accompanied by visions of his wife. Sam eventually arrives at a Native American pueblo and performs a death ceremony.
June (early 30s) – has been diagnosed with a rare bacterial infection and as her condition worsens, June becomes more fearful. Her once optimistic views of life are dissolving more quickly than her health.
These are PAID roles in addition to Film Credit, DVD Copy, Meals, Snacks, Beverages and Transportation Provided.
The official Balloon Fiesta Balloons may be gone, but they’re not forgotten; in fact the 2012 participants are commemorated and re-celebrated here in the first ever Fiesta Film Fest.
This year the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta introduced a collegiate student Film Festival. Eligible filmmakers were given the opportunity to develop short digital films/videos featuring different aspects of the 2012 Balloon Fiesta.
Re-visit the most photographed event in the world with all the winners and entries from this inaugural Film Fest, presented by Comcast – HERE.
From the plains of Artesia, New Mexico student film director Sarah Smith and producer James Airhart bring us Ruralbia. It’s a great little film with echos of an Oliver Stone or Quentin Tarantino esoteric satire.
The original music by Danno Akins and DJ Meinehein, special effects, narration and striking visuals deliver a tight message in an entertaining package.