Sirens Media, a television production company with offices in New York City and Washington D.C., owned by ITV and Leftfield Entertainment, two of the largest non-fiction programming powerhouses in the world, is currently casting a new television series for a major cable network all about the Albuquerque rockabilly scene!
Locals interested in this exciting opportunity are encouraged to apply. If you or anyone you know is in a car club, rockabilly band or is just a part of the scene are encouraged to submit.
To get more information about the project, and discuss if you know anyone who would be a good fit, call Carley at 212-564-2607 x.2496, or you can respond/msg. here with your number for a call back.
STEVE CORONA (Actor/Dialect Coach DIG, MANHATTAN, THE LONE RANGER, LOVERANCH), & PRICE HALL (Acting Coach/Director of ARTISTS DIE BEST IN BLACK starring Malcolm McDowell & Luke Goss), offer one of the most Unique Opportunities for Gaining an edge in this competitive Industry of Show Business.
Become confident in your ability to pull accents from your actor’s toolbox on cue & book the role more often than those who can’t.
• Learn tips & tricks for gaining and using dialects effectively
• Learn to prepare an accent for an audition so that it doesn’t become the scene
• Learn how to incorporate dialects into your character development
ENTER THESE NUMBERS INTO YOUR PHONE RIGHT NOW TO ENSURE WE ALL MAKE IT SAFELY INTO THE NEW YEAR!
New Year’s Eve safe road resources from MADD:
Albuquerque Street Guardians 505-881-7233
Have too many drinks at the bar and need a ride home, but don’t want to leave your car? ABQ Street Guardians will pick you up! Give them a call and they’ll show up on a collapsible scooter! When you and your car are nice and safe at home, they hop on their scooters and ride off into the night.
Hours of Operation Tuesday-Saturday: 7 pm-3 am
Party Trolley 505-433-7386 (call/text)
Need a safe way of getting you and a group of your friends to the party? Look no further! The Party Trolley is a limo bus that provides safe and affordable transportation to and from your party destination.
Hours of Operation Tuesday: 9 pm-2 am (free to and from Library downtown for college night!) Thursday-Saturday: 8 pm-2:3 am
Tavern Taxi 505-999-1400 offers free cab service from the bars to your home in Bernalillo County.
Hours of Operation Friday and Saturday nights: 10 pm-2 am (Bartender must place call)
Tipsy Tow 1-800-222-4357 (ask for Tipsy Tow) Celebrate the holidays with a few too many drinks, but you want to get your car home? Tipsy Tow offers you a safe ride and free towing up to 7 miles.
Albuquerque Taxi Cab Services
Phone: 505-883-4888 Yellow-Checker Cab Company Inc.
Phone: 505-247-8888 Sober Navigators/Designated Driver/ 505-934-8033
Sober Navigators/Designated Driver 505-934-8033
Santa Fe County DWI Program Cab Ride Home 505-438-0000.
Operates Dec. 31 from 5:30 p.m. to 2:30 a.m. on Jan. 1.
Reduced Rate for NYE: $1
” My air roasted coffee is now being sold to New Mexico film studios and on locations. Beyond bringing the film community better coffee, I’m also working toward production budget for creating local projects here at the cafe. After producing and directing few no budget projects myself, I realized having a sustainable living to create was a must. Thank you for supporting my efforts, and please check out the cafe online at fansoffilm.cafe.” -Michael Palombo
Never say die to the folks behind the upcoming Albuquerque Breaking Bad Fan Fest. Like the Kingpin and his devoted protégé, Miguel Jaramillo and Jennie Rexer are on a quest, a quest to bring the Breaking Bad universe what it truly needs to thrive – and that is a place to convene, revel and rejoice in all the splendor that is Breaking Bad mania.
And unlike any old venue or setting that may house masses for weekend or week-long festivities, such as Star-trek conventions, or general comic festivals, the ALBUQUERQUE BREAKING BAD FAN FEST will take place in the home of Vince Gilligan’s masterpiece.
That’s right, the happy accident that led to Albuquerque becoming a “central character” in the show, leads all roads back to the ultimate Breaking Bad mecca – the only place in the world where tourists from all over the globe can regularly be seen snapping pics at the John B. Robert dam, sitting in a booth at Twisters, in front of Octopus Car Wash, in front of the “White House”, even touring around the city just like the stars!
Come November 2014 these “Baddies” and many more can make the most out of their fandom at the ultimate “on location” fan fest.
“We’re happy to announce plans for an Albuquerque Breaking Bad Fan Fest are moving forward! We were unable to reach our Kickstarter goal, but the Fest will go on! Please stay tuned for more info on this page and www.ABQBreakingBadFest.com. Save the date: November 7th & 8th, 2014!”
–Jennie and Miguel
Sergeant Young, 25-35, African-American
A former slave, emancipated when he was 15 years old. Young is a well built, confident ,quiet man. He carries a lot of remorse due to his inability to save his mother at the hands of their slave master.
Officer Wilson, 25-35, Caucasian
A sincere, understanding man. Driven by the hatred of his father, Wilson is more accepting then his colleagues. His soul is sad and tortured as he is haunted by the approaching death of his mother.
Young’s Mother, 35-45, African-American
A very loving and protective mother. A life of slavery has broken her spirits, and her son is the only thing she has left to live for.
Bob, 35-60, Caucasian
Bob is a rugged and experienced hunter.
Harvey, 30-55, Caucasian
Harvey is Bob’s brother from the city who comes to visit for a hunting trio with his son, Tim.
Tim, 16-25, Caucasian
Tim is a young man from the city who wants to impress his fatther on the hunting trip.
Redhawk, 30-60, Native American (Apache)
Redhawk is a naturalist Apache hunter, hunting for buffalo with his son.
Blackhawk, 15-30, Native American (Apache)
Son of Redhawk, he has become more accustomed to the white man way of life. He uses a rifle instead of a bow.
Lodging, Travel and meals provided. Shooting will take place over 5 days in Cubero, New Mexico, one day in Ruidosso, NM, and one day at a location to be determined at a later date.
On Thursday Emmy award winner Aaron Paul tweeted out a subtle message about returning to Albuquerque and teased with a general inquiry about who might like to join him for a Breaking Bad tour!
As of today Paul has garnered over 13,000 favorites and 6,000 re-tweets on the comment which was stamped with a Stay Kind hashtag – leading this blogette to believe that the star may be planning some sort of benefit for his stunning bride’s Kind CampaignAll.
Breaking Bad and its fans are no stranger to fund raising for the greater good as the cast and crew were well known for around town, here, here, here and here.
All of which have lent to inspiring some charitable efforts by many Breaking Bad super fans, including our very own raffle and the Walter White Memorial Tribute event that raised over $20K to directly aid Albuquerque Health Care for the Homeless!
Looks like Bad will continue to do good for many, many years to come!
Munukeer is a short Boston University thesis film set in 1970’s Saudi Arabia. It’s a drama about the complications of bringing intimacy back into a marriage. The story involves a romantic trip that, after careful preparation, never happens. For more info Facebook.com/munukeer
The film will be shot in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Oct 14-22, 2013
If you can do any or all of the following please contact Producer, Michael Callahan, at Callahan@bu. edu:
AD (assistant director)
AC (assistant camera)
Note: Travel, lodging, food, and transport expenses will be covered by the production.”
Statewide, NM – FREE LABOR DAY WEEKEND CONCERT TOUR
The New Mexico Federation of Labor (NMFL) along with a collation of business and community groups presents THE SALT OF THE EARTH TOUR FREE – ALL AGES, SIX CITY TOUR this Labor Day Weekend.
Beginning in Southern New Mexico, in Las Cruces and in Truth or Consequences on Saturday August 31, the midpoint of the festivities will be held in Albuquerque and Corrales on Sunday September 1, with the full culmination of the traveling festival landing in Santa Fe on Monday September 2, ending in a finale blowout that night in Taos!
The six city, three-day event featuring performance art, poetry and music, will bring the true meaning of Labor Day to the people of New Mexico in a fun family environment.
Jon Hendry, President of NMFL said, “Many people think of Labor Day as just another three day holiday, but it’s our chance to celebrate working people and labor’s contribution to this country. We want to entertain and educate people.”
The Joe West Trio headlines “The Salt of the Earth Tour,” performing spirited renditions of classic workers’ songs important to labor history and tradition. Albuquerque’s Poet Laureate, Hakim Bellamy brings his exquisite style of social justice oriented lyrical poetry to new audiences on the tour. Local street performers of all styles and special musical guests will create a festive environment for all to enjoy. The seminal New Mexican Labor film, “Salt of the Earth” will screen at each tour stop. Local progressive groups will be present at each event to connect with each other and with new audiences about their work.
It’s time to “Rock” & talk while New Mexico talent and artists work to entertain and engage YOU!
Local Breaking Bad aficionado and one-time Walter White impersonator, Miguel Jaramillo has partnered with local Yelp* aficionado, Howie “The Duke of Duke City” Kaibel: together the premiere Breaking Bad location photographer and ABQ “off-the-beaten-path” reviewer have your Breaking Bad final eight viewing party needs covered!
Check out their full final season schedule here. For a lengthy list of Breaking Bad Albuquerque business filming locations by Yelp* click here. Get the FREE TouringBad app for the most complete ABQ shooting locations here. And of course if you want to be the splash of any Breaking Bad party from here to eternity, click here to get in on the last charitable bids to win cast autographs, show memorabilia and show experiences!
The premier episode of the final season of Breaking Bad broadcasts Sunday, August 11 at 7pm. While exciting, this is a sad rite of passage for Albuquerque, which has indeed become a central character in the award winning television program. The show put ABQ on the map.
The page has international following, and recently many of the followers have begged for an excuse to visit our city: Watch Parties. These are already happening all over the country, so rather than let others steal our local thunder, we’re hosting a Watch Party for all eight episodes at different locations around the city, with a special emphasis on the Premier and Finale. These are free and open to the general public. Several of the locales were filming locations for the show. Events run 6:30-8:30. Shows begin at 7pm and will close with a Talking Bad chat segment. Locations and dates as follows:
1. (Premier) Uptown Sports Bar, 6601 Uptown Blvd NE, Sunday August 11th
2. Zinc Wine Bar & Bistro, 3009 Central Ave NE, Sunday August 18th
4. Hooligan’s Tavern, 9800 Montgomery Blvd NE, Sunday September 1st
5. Marble Brewery, 111 Marble NW, Sunday September 8th
6. Kelly’s Brew Pub, 3222 Central Ave SE, Sunday September 15th
7. Il Vicino Canteen, 2381 Aztec Rd, Sunday September 22nd
8. (Finale) Hotel Albuquerque, 800 Rio Grande Blvd, Sunday September 29th
Want more? Word has it that Marble Brewery is tapping two new brews, the Heisenberg Dark and Walt’s White Lie, for the run of the show; Il Vicino is putting together three pours, titles to be announced; Kelly’s will be releasing a special brew, as well. Various personalities who acted and worked on the show may be making guest appearances. The Supper Truck will be cooking up (pun intended) some BrBa inspired eats. Baillios is sponsoring and providing additional wide screen sets. Add in arts and treats from other locals (the Candy Lady, Rebel Donut, Gorilla Graphix, A Good Sign) and the evenings are sure to represent the 505 in style.
The Albuquerque Conference and Visitors Bureau is promoting and attending the events, as well. Mark your Tweets and status updates with this hashtag: #BrBaABQ. Please check out their Breaking Bad page: http://www.itsatrip.org/…
Are you “in”? Click here, at the tab at the top of the event listing add a comment to let us know when you’re coming. Check-in to each event. Add a photo and a tip, review the show! Let’s send off this epic series with some hometown love.
This Labor Day weekend, headliners The Joe West Trio and Albuquerque Poet Laureate, Hakim Bellamy are set to perform at the Salt of the Earth Tour – a FREE six city festival on wheels, spanning the state of New Mexico from Las Cruces, to Truth or Consequences to Corrales, with an entire street fest in Albuquerque and Santa Fe – all culminating in a FREE evening concert, blow-out at the world famous Taos Mesa Brewing Company!
The Salt of the Earth Tour celebrates labor, the power of the people, our great state and its diverse and talented artists.
Each stop will feature a showing of the seminal New Mexican Labor film “Salt of the Earth”.
Now is your chance to get in on the action.
Salt of the Earth wants YOU – local area bands, artists, street performers, singers/songwriters & poets!
For consideration to be featured in this premiere event submit the following to your Tour Organizer Alysha Shaw:
1. Electronic Art samples (video, video links, audio files, etc.)
2. High resolution promotional photo (jpeg or pdf)
3. Band/Performer/Artist Bio
4. Links to your online social network sites (facebook, reverbnation, website, myspace, youtube, etc.)
5. Description of your skills/performance in 10 words or less
6. Location, contact information, and availability
ALL genres of music, art & performance are encouraged to apply for inclusion. ALL SHOWS ARE “ALL AGES” UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
All day on Friday, April 26, any dog more than 1-year-old will be just $5. The price includes spay and neuter services, a microchip and registration.
Desiree Cawley, the director at the animal welfare department, told Action 7 News this is the first time they’ve offered anything like this. She said they are simply so overpopulated, they need to make more room.
Animal welfare reported more than 500 dogs in their shelters, more than they had at the same time last year. They said even though they’ve done commercials, put up posters and held event after event, they keep getting more and more dogs.
“We don’t know why it’s happening,” Cawley said.
Most of the dogs they have are strays. Some of them were surrendered by their owners.
Both the Eastside and Westside shelters will have extended hours on Friday. Cawley said they will be open 10:30 to 8 p.m. so that people at work still have an opportunity to come by.
CASTING CALL FOR MODELS! Feel free to come and also share this with your friends IF YOU’RE APPROPRIATE for the CASTING. If you have an agent they will receive an additional 20% above your rate of $600. Here’s the info:
MODELS for professional PHOTO SHOOT
Men and Women 18-28 years old
Young, attractive ALL TYPES
What we are seeking:
+A mix of students and working professionals living in urban and suburban areas of the Midwest. ALL ETHNICITIES
+Overall the look and feel of the cast could be described as “hipster light.” Interesting but approachable; healthy and vibrant.
+The cast should feel “real” and not like a bunch of super wholesome cookie-cutter models, but not too grungy or heavily tattooed either.
+native “New Mexicans” **BE YOURSELF!**
+ Just show up. No experience necessary
UPDATE 3/10/13: THANK YOU TO ALL who made their way to this environmentally important event! It was a huge success! Hundreds of people showed-up to properly throw out their electronic waste – in doing so, truckloads of poisonous material will not make its way into our landfills! GREAT WORK BY ALL INVOLVED!
E-Waste Recycling Event Eldorado High School
11300 Montgomery Blvd NEAlbuquerque, NM 87111
(East side access from Juan Tabo)
Saturday, March 9, 2013
10 am – 1 pm
This event is intended to provide community members, faculty, families and local businesses the opportunity to bring their e-scrap for recycling at a convenient time and location.
Electronics accepted for recycling include:
Copiers/Fax Machines /Radios/Stereos/Satellite Equipment/Rechargeable Batteries/Computer Back-up Batteries/Phones/Cell Phones/Cords & Wire/Computer Keyboards and Peripherals/Ink and Toner Cartridges/ Lead Acid Batteries/ Motors/ Microwave ovens/ Cameras/ Computer game assemblies/ CD and DVD players/ Pots/ Pans/ Specialized Electronic Equipment/ Christmas Lights.
All acceptable electronics disposal is FREE
FREE Hard Drive Wipe & Data Destruction
Only flat panel televisions accepted at event (no disposal fee)
Enter on Talent, Click Register and Talent Application. Complete application and upload 1-2 photos. It is FREE to register so you should NOT pay for the suggested ‘active’ account upgrades that will be offered twice a month. There is NO charge and you can be booked for work with the basic ‘not-active’ profile. DO NOT PAY FOR AN ‘active’ ACCOUNT!!!
-Recent photos of yourself (taken within the past six months)
-**PHOTOS should be of clear good quality, facing forward to camera, NO sunglasses, NO hats, NO silly gestures or faces, and should include ONLY those being submitted for the project.
-In the “”Referred By section please list Enemy Way
If you have additional questions about this project or On Location Casting – please feel free to email us at: onlocationcastingNM@yahoo.com