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Fans of Film Brew & View, New Mexico, USA

Posted by on June 13, 2012 | One comment

 

 

“Dear friends and fans I’m proud to bring the 1st brew and view coffee shop in Albuquerque! Featuring Marley coffee, film, art, music, poetry, all around good vibe and super WiFi for viewing all the things you love on the internet…

This is part of a grass roots movement to further support the arts and provide a new venue of opportunity and service for the community.

Come and help us become a great place and learn more about the future of Fans Of Film and how we’re supporting filmmakers worldwide!”
-Michael Palombo, Founder

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Welcome to Fans Of Film™ Community, NM

Posted by on October 8, 2011 | Comments Off on Welcome to Fans Of Film™ Community, NM

Michael Palombo, tireless independent film advocate, and the Weekly Alibi’s Best of Burque 2011 Community Pick presents:

“Fans Of Film New Mexico Film Channel, a collaborative Fans Of Film community wordpress blog that has admin positions open for posting and being part of a continuing effort to share New Mexico’s film and video with the world.

As part of FOF‘s ongoing and overall efforts in “Project Share” campaign, there are currently 5 webshows listed on the site and we’re looking for and listing more good content that has been shared online from the New Mexico film community, its filmmakers and producers.”

Michael Palombo, Owner/Creator

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Guest Post: New Mexico Film Indie Style

Posted by on July 13, 2011 | 2 comments
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Michael Palombo on NM Film

 

Guest Post
by Michael Palombo
Artist | Writer | Director | Producer | PMD
On the state of NM Film

Thank your for the opportunity to guest here on OneHeadlightInk.com and thank you to all who have given so much to the growth and prosperity of the New Mexico Film Industry, I say that with a focus on the independent film community and those who stayed.

About Me:

At 42 I’m a 30 year resident of New Mexico, published artist with an Associate Degree in art, design and marketing from “The Albuquerque Arts and Design College”.

I’ve been working in the New Mexico film industry since 2007, with more credits than I can think of (tried to keep up with my IMDB but what a hassle sometimes).

Now my time is focused on my own film projects and working to promote filmmakers on Twitter @FansOfFilm which has become one of the most recognized film profiles there is listed in the top 20 movie profiles on all of Twitter.

As far as I know I’m the only one promoting myself as local PMD/producer of marketing and distribution and social media consultant in the state.

I really got started on the path to film when I started making videos of my glass blowing, and posting them on a Youtube channel that I don’t really visit much anymore, http://www.youtube.com/beadmanglass. Some of the videos I know are at over 12,000 views.

That spiraled into getting involved in the growing film scene where my 1st experience was with the Duke City Shootout, a local film event that involved making a film in 4 days. Wow what a way to break in, I had no idea it could get so bad, upon the 3rd day of eating sugar from the limited craft services that was provided and taking way too much crap for working for free, I lost [it] and walked off the project.

The next year I knew what I was in for and ended up on the winning team with a credit for boom, the film was called “Food For Thought” written and directed by Will Hartman. Since then I’ve been working as a camera opp and now directing my 3rd short film.

For a more personal interview go to johnhoff3.com here.

My Opinion of some of the good and bad on the New Mexico film community:

Hollywood came into New Mexico in a big way when the tax incentives were good, as many as 30 films being shot around New Mexico at any given time, people that had never been on a set in their life were finding themselves on Hollywood sets doing things they had never done. Local business, casting directors, experienced and non experienced film people were making money, it was like a gold rush and people had the fever.

Well we know that story way too well here in New Mexico, the gold goes away and the native people lose their jobs, homes, businesses and do the best they can to readjust. There is a good side to this story and that’s that the miners, I mean film people that got left behind had talent and new found skills that they applied to their own lives and projects, which brought a lot of film people together and groups were formed like the IndieQ group, started by Ann Learner from the Albuquerque film office “thank you Ann”.

There’s an independent film movement here that has come from both filmmakers that were here before Holloywood and will be here after, and for those it’s a great time to be a filmmaker in New Mexico, as long as you know who the sharks are, “they know who they are” the ones that call themselves producers or filmmakers for the glorified title of it, just so they can get down some actor’s pants, targeting beginners to get projects done, project after project praying on new blood just so they can produce more crap and never doing anything great, but hey they had a good time playing producer or filmmaker.

You can still find great opportunities to break into the film industry here in New Mexico as more independent production grows and more indie producers get into the game for the right reasons, creating cool quality projects that display the talents of all involved with integrity and honesty.

These producers and filmmakers need more support from local investors, sponsors and the general public, because when Hollywood is gone, it won’t be coming back in any big way for a long time.


Michael Palombo
CEO at Fans Of Film, LLC
http://fansoffilm.com
Community fan site for the best of #Youtube & Vimeo filmmakers,
reviews, free full feature films and shorts! We are fans of online film.

Artist | Writer | Director | Producer | PMD
http://michaelpalombo.me
Bringing production and distribution together like never before.

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