New Mexico Film Works:  Febuary 20, 2014

February 20, 2014 • New Mexico Film WorksDownload the podcast (right click and "save as.")
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Angelique Midthunder, Midthunder Casting

Angelique discusses her career in casting and as a stuntwoman.

Angelique began her career in casting in the mid-1990s after working as an actress domestically and overseas. Angelique spent many successful years working as a casting director in Los Angeles. In 2005, she relocated her company to Santa Fe, New Mexico, and quickly became one of the state's preeminent casting directors. In addition to casting every character type, Angelique has developed a special niche for Native American casting and prides herself on preserving integrity in cultural casting while recognizing the value of creative freedom.

Karen Butts, Tours & Education Manger of Ghost Ranch

Karen discusses the Movie Site Tour at Ghost Ranch.

Karen is the Tours & Education Manger at Ghost Ranch in Abiquiu, New Mexico. Karen is an outdoor enthusiast and has worked in the field teaching natural history in Montana, California, and the desert Southwest. She has been with Ghost Ranch since 2006 and has developed several new tours for guests, including a Movie Site Tour, Paleontology Tour, Archaeology Tour and History Tour.

Debbie Ball, The Candy Lady

Debbie discusses how the film industry has impacted her business.

The iconic Candy Lady has been around for over 30 years and is home to the “Breaking Bad” blue candy, among other numerous chocolate confections, homemade fudge, brittle, truffles and caramels. The Candy Lady produced the candy prop for season 1 & 2 of "Breaking Bad."