When: April 24th - 27th
Location: Festival Grounds
The New Mexico Filmmakers Experience
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The New Mexico Filmmakers Experience consists of screenings and panel discussions about film creation and production by New Mexico filmmakers. Panel discussions will take place on the 3rd Sunday of each month from February to June, from 11 am to 1 pm at the Santa Fe Center for Contemporary Arts.
Screenings will take place each month, on dates to be determined, with a Q & A afterwards. New Mexico Filmmakers will have the unique opportunity to speak with established directors. To see the full schedule of events visit our website http://nmfilm.com/Filmaker_Programs.aspx. These events are free and open to the public.
Sunday March 17, 2013 11 am to 1 pm
The New Mexico Filmmakers Experience continues with its March panel discussion entitled "Composing for Film." Who are some of the musicians in New Mexico composing for film? What are their experiences? How do they do it? Come listen to panelists CK Barlow, Andy Gabrys, Jeff Mettling, John Rangel and Sue Lucas.
CK Barlow is an Albuquerque-based Composer whose work has been heard on ABC, NBC, BBC, Bravo, MTV, Nat'l Geographic, VH1, CMT, Discovery Channel, G4, History Channel, Animal Planet, Style Network, etc. Her track "Snap Crackle Pop" was used in 6 national Kmart ads in 2012. She has created music and sound designs for dozens of film, video and live theater projects, including feature films Warrior Woman (2012) and Roswell FM (post-production); and is represented by several top-tier film/TV libraries. CK has performance backgrounds in classical, rock and experimental realms plus a master's degree in composition.
John Rangel is a dynamic Composer and Jazz Pianist. He has been a professional musician for over twenty years. John grew up in a very musical family in New York City. He grew up listening to jazz and classical pianists; many of which were available to experience live in NYC. John now lives in Santa Fe New Mexico and teaches at the Santa Fe School of Arts and Sciences.
Before getting involved in film scoring, Gabrys grew up in western Canada, and worked as an engineer in the mining industry. Desiring a change, he then decided to pursue music instead of engineering, and in 2002 he was awarded a scholarship to the renowned Berklee College of Music, graduating Summa Cum Laude in Jazz Composition in December 2004. Gabrys has scored a number of short films including "Plots" and "Leather Kittens Gone Bad" with director Holly Adams, and the 2010 Notable New Mexican documentary on Astronaut Sidney Gutierrez: "The Sky's Not the Limit" with director Tara Walch. Gabrys has placed music in the following TV programs: Sesame Street, American Pickers, Inside, Joan & Melissa: Joan Knows Best?, Wreck Chasers, Flipping Out, Howe and Howe Tech, MTV Live, Sex News and Rock N Roll
Sue Lucas is the owner of SkyLimit Music, LLC an on-line music library consisting of cleared, and original stock music of all genres by independent artists. Sue is a graduate of Berklee College of Music (Boston) with a Professional Certificate in Music Business giving her a solid music business foundation. In 2013 SkyLimit Music started a new division - Naamah Publishing Co. with BMI. Sue specializes in music licensing and recently secured the song Pigeon Camera by The Tragically Hip for a local short film by the same name. Sue has also worked for the past 5 Seasons on the Emmy Award Winning TV Show, Breaking Bad (AMC/Sony). She is also a member of Friends of Film Video and Arts and New Mexico Post Alliance.
Sunday March 24th, 1 pm at the Santa Fe Center for Contemporary Arts.
Warrior Woman: Watch the trailer HERE
You are invited to attend a free screening of "Warrior Woman" written/directed/produced by Julie Reichert and made in New Mexico. This screening is part of the New Mexico Film Office "Filmmakers Experience" and will include a Q and A with Julie after the film. Tickets are free but limited and you must get a ticket to attend. Get your tickets HERE.
Alice survived cancer. She should be happy, but she's not. Her marriage is on the rocks, her bank account is in the red zone, and vivid, disturbing dreams have begun to spill into her waking life with such intensity that she can barely tell what's real. But she knows the bruise on her student Thuy's face is real. To escape Thuy's abusive husband, Alice and Thuy drive into the nighttime desert, destination unknown. When Alice's decrepit car dies, the two are thrown into a world of unconventional women where Alice's dreams force her to re-define what it means to be a woman and to find peace with her own mortality.