Our programming includes everything from new media and technology, domestic and international movies, music and dance to food, art, engaging events and face-to-face conversations with industry leaders. This year’s international program will spotlight filmmakers and artists from Israel and the United Kingdom.
There will be incredible programs, networking events and memorable moments throughout the week with industry executives and unforgettable personalities.
We are also honored to have the support and involvement of Hollywood Icon Robert Redford, world-renown artist Sibylle Szaggars-Redford, award-winning actor Giancarlo Esposito, director Joshua Michael Stern and many other industry professionals for AFME 2013.
Albuquerque Film & Media Experience will be a worldwide destination event, highlight what The Land of Enchantment is all about and give everyone the chance to co-create into the future.
The 48 Hour Film Project is a wild and sleepless weekend in which you and a team make a movie – write, shoot, and edit – in just 48 hours. On Friday night, teams draw a genre from a hat. They are then given a character, prop and line to include in their films. On Sunday night, in a wild dash to the drop off event, the film is turned in – and teams celebrate. The film is then screened at a local theater in front of an audience of filmmakers, friends and families.
The 48HFP is the world’s oldest and largest timed filmmaking competition – the granddaddy of them all. If you want the real deal, this is it. The 48HFP is all about creativity and fun. It’s also about community. For years the 48HFP has been helping local creative people connect to make films. These connections go beyond filmmaking – taking part in the 48 helps people find friends, collaborators, jobs and even girlfriends & boyfriends! There are even some 48HFP married couples out there!
This year, filmmakers from all over the Albuquerque, NM area will compete to see who can make the best short film in only 48 hours. The winning film will go up against films from around the world at Filmapalooza 2017 for a chance at the grand prize and an opportunity to screen at the Cannes Film Festival 2017, Court Métrage.
We believe in social profit and leverage our resources to that end. We believe in cooperation and collaboration and recognize that our mission cannot be accomplished without the synergy of shared visionaries. Whether helping a screenwriter understand the craft or introducing filmmakers to finance and distribution resources, all of our efforts ultimately aim to bring audiences to the theater to experience the wonder of humanity. By bringing people together – who are often strangers at the start, but soon become friends, neighbors and engaged participants by the end- we create unique events that build community in support of the power we call story. We are a community of storytellers. We bring storytellers and filmmakers together to support, encourage and share the stories that connect us to the world around us and to each other. We believe stories and the filmmakers who reveal them on screen have the ability to shape our world for the better through original voices and visions.
Established in 2010, Italian Festivals of New Mexico is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, all volunteer organization whose mission is To Promote Italian Culture in New Mexico. In fulfillment of its mission, IFNM produces and promotes events and activities that celebrate, educate and inform about the richness of Italian culture, history and tradition.
IFNM’s fundraising centerpiece and flagship event, the annual NM Italian Film & Culture Festival, has long been dedicated to support the life-giving work of the University of New Mexico Children’s Hospital. A multi-day celebration of Italian cinema and culture, the festival affords the opportunity to enjoy the Italian experience through events and highly acclaimed contemporary Italian films while exclusively benefitting New Mexico’s only medical center dedicated to the care and healing of children.
The informational mouthpiece for IFNM is Italy in New Mexico, a monthly e-newsletter that includes a calendar of events and articles about and for Italians and lovers of Italian culture.
Our annual event honors everyone working both behind the scenes and on screen to bring the best of film creation, production and showings to the public. We constantly seek improvement in our respective crafts and provide film makers with resources to pursue their dreams.
To that end, the Santa Fe Film Festival focuses on bringing together distinguished industry specialists and discriminating movie lovers through accessible screenings, panels, workshops and parties.
The Festival will continue to grow as the leading exhibition and educational portal for all things cinematic in New Mexico.
CLOSET CINEMA is an Albuquerque based nonprofit organization dedicated to showcasing queer cinema in an attempt to highlight the richness of the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender experience. We serve our diverse communities by producing the Southwest Gay and Lesbian Film Festival and other events.
One of the State’s largest film festivals. Closet Cinema is recognized as the New Mexico’s leading GLBT non-profit organization dedicated to presenting a diverse array of GLBT images through film media arts. SWGLFF will be celebrating its fourteenth annual event this Fall.
In 2014, SWGLFF with an attendance of 4,000 is one of the top GLBT film festivals in the Southwest.
SWGLFF will run for 10 days, October 7 – 16, screen over 100 features, shorts and documentaries in over 50 programs, and represent over 20 countries, while hosting an array of guests and filmmakers – creating a truly regional experience.
REZILIENCE will be a living, creative environment that bridges cultural knowledge with modern art-making processes. This immersive environment will entice all senses with vibrant visuals, stage performances, live art creations, hands-on activities, positive vibes and mind stimulating experiences. Indigenous artists and art related professionals representing the U.S. Canada and Mexico will be present for this full day event to share their talents, skills and knowledge in 8 creative arenas; including academics, poetry, music, wellness and visual arts.
As Albuquerque’s Latino Film Festival, iCine Magnífico! is proud to hold a position of great importance within our community. As many of us know and have felt throughout our lives, the experience of cinema and film has the ability to lift us, to join us, to inspire us and to expose us to an abundance of places, cultures, languages, characters, and ways of life in the Hispanic world. In particular, these films are hand selected with great care and attention for our local community. The film selection reflects what matters to us here in Albuquerque, and these issues are presented through a view out into the world that connects with us and influences us, just as we connect with and influence it in return.
Also, through our festival, we engage with the greater local community comprised of people from businesses, organizations and educational and cultural institutions. As we gather to enjoy these films, we experience this mutual network of support. ¡Cine Magnífico! is a wonderful bridge that joins connects us to each other in amazing ways, and we look forward to continuing that tradition going forward.
This year, Cine Magnifico will be September 15-19 at the Guild Cinema and the National Hispanic Cultural Center.
Experiments in Cinema is an annual Basement Films production. The festival brings the international community of cinematic experimentalists to New Mexico to add an experimental voice to the statewide conversation about movie making. The screenings, lectures and workshops are all designed to inspire a new generation of media activists to recognize the value of their media voices and to participate in shaping future trends in cultural representation.
Anyone interested in volunteering should contact festival founder/director Bryan Konefsky at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our call for submissions can be found on our website and is open every year August 1 – November 1
The Pueblo Film Festival is the only film festival in the country devoted to the work of Pueblo filmmakers and actors and films that explore the Pueblo experience. The two-day event is a celebration of Native American Heritage Month and provides a forum for emerging filmmakers from Pueblo communities to connect with established Pueblo filmmakers. The schedule includes film screenings, presentations and discussions with renowned Pueblo filmmakers.
We invite you to join the Albuquerque Film Club.
The AFC will host movies at the Guild Cinema one weekend every other month, Saturday and Sunday matinees. After the screening, we invite everyone to join us to gab about movies and meet fellow film fans.
The Albuquerque Film Club is open to everyone of any age who enjoys watching movies on a big screen in the company of other film lovers and then sharing observations about what they have seen. This is a social rather than scholarly group, although some members know a lot about motion pictures while others wish to expand their appreciation.
Our purpose is to revive interesting films from silent classics to productions of the big studio era to intimate independent films of more recent years—comedies, dramas, film noir, fantasy, adventure. While most of the movies we screen will be English language, we shall include intriguing films from abroad. The films you attend will help choose future programs in the AFC series.
The AFC is a non-profit, all volunteer club.
Your participation is welcomed.
All that is required for membership is an interest and an email address for notification of upcoming events. For information about the Albuquerque Film Club’s events, email email@example.com.
The ABQ Jewish Film Fest will screen a total of five recently released films across the genres of drama, comedy and documentary. The line-up will showcase a rich and varied multi-cultural program of films which have been lauded by critics and festival movie goers. Movie topics and themes include: overcoming prejudice and unfounded biases; deepening one’s identity by visiting familial homeland; understanding culture through cuisine; and how following one’s passion can lead to both unprecedented success and demise. The screenings will also include special guests and unique experiences that will enrich the film experience.
For more information and tickets please visit our webpage or call 505-348-4500.