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#NMFilmers on stage at the Golden Globes

Posted by on January 12, 2015 | Comments Off on #NMFilmers on stage at the Golden Globes

tina-fey-amy-poehler-golden-globes-monologue OHI

Front and center, Tina Fey is on her way…

Presenters:

Film Supporting Actor – Jennifer Aniston

TV Movie/Limited Series – Jennifer Lopez and Jeremy Renner

Clip of “Birdman” – Naomi Watts

Clip of “The Imitation Game” – Colin Firth

TV Comedy Actress – Bryan Cranston and Kerry Washington

Film Score – Sienna Miller and Vince Vaughn

Intro of Miss Golden Globe – Kevin Hart and Salma Hayek

Clip of “Into the Woods” – Kate Hudson

Film Screenplay – Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig

Foreign Language Film – Colin Farrell and Lupita Nyong’o

TV Drama Actor – David Duchovny and Katherine Heigl

Cecil B. DeMille Award to George Clooney

Film Director – Harrison Ford

TV Drama Actress – Anna Faris and Chris Pratt

Film Comedy/Musical Actor – Amy Adams

Clip of “Foxcatcher” – Channing Tatum

Comedy/Musical Film – Robert Downey, Jr.

Film Drama Actress – Matthew McConaughey

Film Drama Actor – Gwyneth Paltrow
Drama Film – Meryl Streep

Best Actress honors went to Julianne Moore (Drama, “Still Alice”) and Amy Adams

Nominees:
Jake Gyllenhaal, “Nightcrawler”
Jennifer Aniston, “Cake”
Julianne Moore, “Still Alice”
Amy Adams, “Big Eyes”
Emily Blunt, “Into the Woods”
Helen Mirren, “The Hundred-Foot Journey”
Julianne Moore, “Maps to the Stars”
Ethan Hawke, “Boyhood”
Mark Ruffalo, “Foxcatcher”
Meryl Streep, “Into the Woods”
“Gone Girl”

Kevin Spacey, “House of Cards”
Claire Danes, “Homeland”
Ruth Wilson, “The Affair”
William H. Macy, “Shameless”
Gina Rodriguez, “Jane the Virgin”

All but one of the Best Supporting Actor Nominees:
Woody Harrelson, “True Detective” – THREE TIME #NMFilmer, Natural Born Killers, No Country For Old Men, Game Change
Matthew McConaughey, “True Detective”
Mark Ruffalo, “The Normal Heart”
Billy Bob Thornton, “Fargo”

Frances McDormand, “Olive Kitteridge”
Maggie Gyllenhaal, “The Honourable Woman”
Bill Murray, “Olive Kitteridge”
Allison Janney, “Mom”

Write-in to info@oneheadlightink.com if we’ve missed anyone you noticed!

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WORKING WITH DIALECTS WORKSHOP: Adding Character to Your Characters

Posted by on January 5, 2015 | Comments Off on WORKING WITH DIALECTS WORKSHOP: Adding Character to Your Characters

Orpheum Arts Space

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

• Become more valuable & marketable

WHEN: Jan. 31 & Feb. 1
10am-­‐5pm,

WHERE:
Orpheum Arts Space
500 2nd St. SW
Albuquerque, NM 871102

Cost: $250 Info & Registration: 713-201-1245; thenaturalact@gmail.com; thenaturalact.net

Seating is limited get your tickets here.

10% Off Early Bird registration by Jan. 14 & Free Refer a Friend Career/Craft Consult Be CompetitiveIncrease Your SkillsLeave An ImpressionStevePrice

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#NMFilm Lo/Fi

Posted by on September 12, 2014 | Comments Off on #NMFilm Lo/Fi

Low/Fi Teaser from 82/92 Productions on Vimeo.

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CW Series “The Messengers” NOW Casting in New Mexico

Posted by on July 23, 2014 | 2 comments

OLC Casting CW Series The Messengers in New Mexico

Extras Casting: On Location Casting

Project: “The Messengers” – CW Network Television series

Location: Albuquerque, NM

Shoot dates: Filming will be on a Monday – Friday schedule from 8/13/14 – 12/11/14. Various time requirements depending on role cast in.

Shoot times: Times vary depending on role cast in. Extras should be prepared to work a 12 hour+ day on the day chosen.

Shoot location: Albuquerque, New Mexico and surrounding areas

Compensation: NON-UNION Extra Rate is $64.00 for 8 hours ($8.00/hour) with an 8 hour guarantee. Overtime will be paid after 8 hours. Lunch and snacks provided.

The Messengers on IMDb | Facebook | Twitter

Talent Specs: *NOTE: ALL TALENT MUST HAVE PROOF OF NEW MEXICO RESIDENCY in order to work this project (NM Drivers License, ID card or Voter Registration)!!!

SEEKING EXTRAS: male and female, all ethnicities, all ages!!

–Some specific types include:

-Church Choir members, Church Congregations, Church Elders

-Law Enforcement/Police Officers/Detectives (experience preferred)

-Hospital Staff – Nurses/Doctors/Orderlies/ER Staff (experience preferred)

-EMTs and Paramedics (experience preferred)

-Bartenders and Waitresses (experience preferred)

-Teenagers and 18 year olds who can look younger

-Middle America types

-Drug Cartel types and Gangbangers (all ethncities)

-Flight Attendants (experience preferred)

-Scientist types

-Upscale Professionals

-Security Guards (experience preferred)

-Military men and women (experience preferred)

-Hospital Patients

-Restaurant Customers

-Ethnic diverse men, women and children

-People with vehicles that are not red, white or black

–and many other general extra roles!

Overall Talent Considerations: NO professional acting experience required! NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY! Your OLC talent profile and photos MUST be UP TO DATE within the last 6 month! Children under 18 MUST have updated photos taken within the past 3 months! ALL TALENT MUST HAVE PROOF OF NEW MEXICO RESIDENCY in order to work this project!!!

HOW TO SIGN UP: (*If you are already in the OLC database (from other OLC projects, DO NOT CREATE A NEW PROFILE for this project – just log-in to your original account and you will automatically be considered. If you do not remember your log-in info, send an email to:onlocationcasting1@gmail.com to request it). All talent profiles MUST have been updated as of 1/1/14 to be considered for work. You will NOT be booked with an outdated profile. Once signed up, make sure to follow OLC on facebook at www.facebook.com/onlocationcasting to get updated casting notices.

IF YOU DO NOT ALREADY HAVE A TALENT PROFILE with OLC – create one ASAP at: www.onlocationcasting.net.

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 unless you are interested in the upgrade it provides!!!

-Recent photos of yourself should be taken within the past (6) months. Please submit one head/face shot and one full body shot if possible.

-**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. Photos should not be date stamped with any year other than 2014! Try to take a photo against a solid color background – take one from just mid-chest up and one from mid-calf up if possible.

IF YOU ARE NOT ABLE to create an online talent profile – CALL OLC at 505-366-9863 and they will make arrangements to have you come in for an in-person photograph. Do NOT call to be booked at this time!!

If you have additional questions about this project or On Location Casting – feel free to email OLC at: themessengerscast[at]gmail.com with subject line “The Messengers” Question. Please do NOT email just to ask to be booked – booking will not begin until approx. 8/8/14.

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The next 48

Posted by on June 3, 2014 | Comments Off on The next 48

The original 48 Hour Film Project

Copycat 48 Film Project

ALERT: There are two “48” film competitions.

Many locals are familiar with the original 48 Hour Film Project, in which area teams of filmmakers unite, create and compete in this annual contest & festival.

48 Hour Film Project / Albuquerque

Another, which has just been brought to our attention, is a national online competition.

Click the respective pics above to view which is which.

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#NMFilm Trailer: La Vida Robot

Posted by on March 30, 2014 | Comments Off on #NMFilm Trailer: La Vida Robot

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It’s Baack…

Posted by on February 20, 2014 | Comments Off on It’s Baack…

Please include your nominee’s name in the subject of your email ~ Thank you!

OneHeadlightInk Golden Tumbleweed Awards New Mexico Film and Entertainment

After a few years on hiatus, OHI’s Golden Tumbleweed Awards make their bigger and better return to the world wide web for 2014!

Nominations for local actors and global stars who’ve recently filmed in the state are now underway! Take a look at Golden Tumbleweed winners and nominees past here.

Nominate your favorite local and national actors who contribute to the vast landscape of New Mexico film productions!

Email: GT@oneheadlightink.com

For the first time ever we’re also taking nominations for most philanthropic Film & Entertainment individual -or- organization, and MVPs in Film & Entertainment Resources (casting directors, photographers, producers, instructors, etc.)

Get to nominating NOW! Voting starts next week!

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Breaking Bad: BEST Drama Series

Posted by on September 22, 2013 | One comment

“Thank you…Albuquerque, New Mexico…”

Thank YOU Breaking Bad!

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New Mexico “Abe” making strides toward making a hit movie!

Posted by on September 16, 2013 | One comment

From the mental team who brought you the Bigfoot Election comes the latest New Mexico indie hit, “Abe Makes a Movie”.

Watch the video above to see the amazing fundraising efforts they’ve made so far and click here to support this very special New Mexico film making duo!

In just 10 days Ryan Turri and Matt Peterson raised over $17,000, getting them well on their way to bringing this blood, sweat and tears movie to life.

And now it’s time to get serious. They only have 20 days left and the clock is ticking…

“We are asking that you please HELP! By Friday we need to hit $32,000 to meet our halfway point goal. Anything can help.

If we get 130 people to donate $125 or more (which, besides supporting the movie in a huge way, you’ll get a signed copy of the movie and other awesome perks) we’ll be well on our way. Of course, whatever you can give is amazing!

And a HUGE thanks to everyone who has supported us so far. It means the world to me and us at the Abe Makes A Movie team! We can’t do it without you!!

THANK YOU!!!!!!” -Ryan

This blogette and the entire team of OneHeadlightInk contributors can sincerely endorse the efforts of these and so many independent filmmakers right here in the Land of Enchantment.

The more we can support our own, the more they will shine the light back on the spectacular talent and crews this state has yet to show the WORLD!

TELL YOUR FRIENDS!

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Michael Douglas Film Casting in New Mexico

Posted by on September 6, 2013 | Comments Off on Michael Douglas Film Casting in New Mexico

Michael Douglas NMfilm The Reached based on Death Watch novel

From the Farmington Daily Times — “The Reach” is reaching out for extras:

The independent movie, produced by actor Michael Douglas, will be filming in the Farmington and Shiprock areas.

The thriller, which also stars Douglas, is based on Robb White’s 1972 novel “Deathwatch.”

Douglas plays a big game hunter who hires a young guide to lead him into the American desert, where a murder occurs, according to the movie website IMDb.

French director Jean-Baptiste Leonetti is directing the movie.

Production on “The Reach” will begin this month and run through late October.

The production is looking for men, women and children of all ages to work as paid extras.

The casting call is from 1 to 5 p.m. today in the Four Corners Grand Ballroom at the Red Lion Hotel, 700 Scott Avenue in Farmington.

For those who cannot make it, email a current color photo to New Mexico Extras Casting Director Lorrie Latham at lorrie@ lathamcasting.com. Include the following information: height, weight, age, phone number, email and location of residence.

Tonya Stinson, executive director of the Farmington Convention and Visitors Bureau, said Hollywood’s interest in the area continues to grow. More production companies are taking an interest because of the diverse landscape, she said.

And that, Stinson said, adds to the local economy, especially as film locations become tourist attractions, like the “Breaking Bad” tours that have developed in Albuquerque.

Filming of “The Reach” comes on the heels of other movies filmed in Farmington and Shiprock.

Two movies released this year — “The Host” and “The Lone Ranger — and “Transformers,” which was released in 2009, feature the Shiprock pinnacle.

Documentaries that have filmed recently in Farmington and San Juan County are “Rooted Lands” and “Split Estate.”

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What is PRUD? “PERSECUTED” Now Filming in New Mexico

Posted by on July 21, 2013 | Comments Off on What is PRUD? “PERSECUTED” Now Filming in New Mexico

PRUD Production now filming in Albuquerque, New Mexico

From the New Mexico Film Office 7/12/2013:

SANTA FE — New Mexico Film Office Director Nick Maniatis announced today the feature production Persecuted, an original political drama by New Mexico Writer/Director Daniel Lusko. Producing with Lusko are Oscar-winning producer Gray Frederickson (The Godfather, Apocalypse Now), and New Mexico Line Producer Brent Morris (Monster, Frank). Starring award-winning actor James Remar (X-Men: First Class, Dexter, Django: Unchained) and Oscar-nominated actor Bruce Davison (X-Men, Lost, Castle). Other cast includes New Mexico’s Dean Stockwell (Air Force One, The Manchurian Candidate), Fred Thompson (Law & Order, Die Hard 2), Raoul Trujillo (Apocalypto, The New World) and Grammy-nominated singer Natalie Grant. Production will begin mid-July and end early August in Albuquerque. The production will employ approximately 60 New Mexico crew members, 20 principals and 350 background talent. “This is a real New Mexico movie, made by New Mexicans from the ground up,” states Director Daniel Lusko. Persecuted is the story of a contemporary evangelist John Luther (Remar) who is framed for murder by Senator Donald Harrison (Davison) and his allies. Suddenly, Luther’s once normal life is turned upside down as he becomes a fugitive vowing to expose those responsible, a mission that brings him face-to-face with a coming storm of persecution.

James Remar #NMFilm Bruce Davison #NMFilm Dean Stockwell #NMFilm

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VOTE: Your #NMFilm Friendly Candidates

Posted by on October 31, 2012 | Comments Off on VOTE: Your #NMFilm Friendly Candidates

Phil Griego

John Sapien

Michael Sanchez

Mary Jane Garcia

Lisa Curtis

Stephanie Garica Richards

Andrew Barreras

Emily Kane

Mary Ellen Broderick

Marci Blaze

Lisa Torraco

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Exercise Your Right to Vote for Film

Posted by on June 4, 2012 | Comments Off on Exercise Your Right to Vote for Film

UPDATE 6/6/12: FULL (UNOFFICIAL) PRIMARY RESULTS HERE.

NM Film Workers Union Reaction:

Dodging A Bullet

There were mixed results for progressives last night, but film really dodged a bullet with our #1 “protect” Senator Phil Griego and the surprising but welcome defeat of Rep. Kintigh in Roswell. While we at 480 are not going to take all the credit for this I would say that not only were we one of the biggest contributors in both races we went above and beyond even suspending operations yesterday to work on GOTV for Senator Griego. Some extreme pro film candidates were defeated (Mayor Coss, Rep. Eleanor Chavez) and we will miss them but we have replaced them with Christine Trujillo in the House and Joseph Candelaria in the Senate. We also are happy to see our friends Sheryl Williams Stapleton back and Andrew Barerras win a hard fought primary in Valencia County – we will have to be there to help him win the general election too. Again Local 480’s PAC donated substantial amounts to each of these candidates and worked on their behalf.

While we cannot overemphasize the huge loss we took with the retirement of Speaker Lujan I think last night can be characterized as a wash and these days that is not bad for us. Now we have the general election coming up and we need to try to win seats there for our solid allied like John Sapien who is in a tough race on the west side and Michael Sanchez who will no doubt be targeted by the Governor in Valencia County. We also can use this as an opportunity to educate new candidates as to the value of film. We will be looking at the elections and coming up with a plan of attack. Some of the material we developed over the last few years documentaries and pieces like “made in New Mexico” will be very useful to help us work with these new faces.

Thank you to those of you who voted and to those who didn’t shame on you. Last night was the opening salvo in what will be a battle to November, let’s get to work.

The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, New Mexico Local 480

Click for sample ballots and voting locations

From The IATSE Local 480 Political Action Committee:

Tomorrow could be one of the most important days in the history of New Mexico’s film business if things don’t go well for us.

It looks like several pro film candidates are in trouble in the primary. This coupled with the retirement of Speaker Lujan and two of the four pro-film Senators puts us in a precarious position. Frankly we had 2 back stops, Speaker Lujan and Senate Corporations Committee Chairman Phil Griego.

Senator Griego has been targeted by conservation groups and one of my fellow unions and is in danger of losing his seat if we don’t get out and vote. Mayor Coss here in Santa Fe is in a tight race for Speaker Lujan’s seat and we need to make sure we get out the vote for him as well. Eleanor Chavez running for Senate and Sheryl Williams Stapleton are both in the fight of their lives yet they were there for us in the Labor Committee taking on Rep. Kintigh.

We need a motivated film community here using social media we know so well to urge our friends, family, and supporters to take this election seriously and get out there and vote. Many of these races will be very tight. Below is the list of candidates that IATSE Local 480 has endorsed.

The IATSE Local 480 Political Action Committee has endorsed the following candidates:

New Mexico House of Representatives

Andrew Barreras House District 7 (Valencia) √

Miguel P. Garcia House District 14 (Bernalillo) √

Antonio Maestas House District 16 (Bernalillo) √

Sheryl Williams-Stapleton House District 19 (Bernalillo) √

Christine Trujillo House District 25 (Bernalillo) √

David Coss House District 46 (Santa Fe) –

Brian Egolf House District 47 (Santa Fe) √

Bob Wooley House District 66 (Chaves/Lea/Roosevelt) √

New Mexico Senate

Richard Martinez Senate District 5 (Los Alamos/Rio Arriba/Sandoval/Santa Fe) √

Eleanor Chavez Senate District 14 (Bernalillo) –

Larry P. Martinez Senate District 35 (Dona Ana/Hidalgo/Luna/Sierra) –

Phil A. Griego Senate District 39 (Bernalillo/Lincoln/San Miguel/Santa Fe/Torrance/

Valencia) √

Other Races

Maggie Hart Stebbins Bernalillo County Commission District 3 √

Kathy Holian Santa Fe County Commission District 3 √

Virginia Vigil Public Regulation Commission District 3 –

Briana Zamora 2nd Judicial District Court √

M. Monica Zamora New Mexico Court of Appeals √

Click here for sample ballots and voting locations.

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