New Mexico Film Foundation

Supporting the New Mexico Independent Film Makers, Directors, Producers and Actors

Our mission is to support the independent film industry in New Mexico by offering financial support and educational opportunities to New Mexico independent filmmakers

The mission of the New Mexico Film Foundation is to help grow the New Mexico independent film industry while offering financial assistance and educational opportunities to New Mexico independent filmmakers

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Firelight Media - Spark Fund Application 2021 12/15/2021

Firelight Media - Spark Fund Application 2021

Thank you Brenda Beck for sharing this amazing opportunity with the foundation!

https://firelightmedia.submittable.com/submit/32294f92-c2b9-4c36-9250-d14a6b9237b1/spark-fund-application-2021

Firelight Media - Spark Fund Application 2021 Thank you for your interest in Firelight Media's Spark Fund, which offers support to established independent documentary filmmakers who self-identify as Black, Indigenous, and/or people of color, and whose work on humanities-themed projects was disrupted by the COVID-19 public health emergency. This...

'Enchanted Foods of ABQ' SEASON 2 - The Ivy Tea Room 12/11/2021

'Enchanted Foods of ABQ' SEASON 2 - The Ivy Tea Room

Keith and Felicia of Sopapilla Productions are busy at it with their second season of Enchanted Foods of ABQ! Check them out by clicking the post below!

'Enchanted Foods of ABQ' SEASON 2 - The Ivy Tea Room Keith and Felicia visit The Ivy Tea Room in Albuquerque, NM. One of the most Instagrammable spots in Albuquerque! We try some delicious teas, tasty bites, cr...

Local production company featuring hidden gems of Albuquerque’s food industry 12/10/2021

Local production company featuring hidden gems of Albuquerque’s food industry

So pleased to see the success of these two talented filmmakers!

Local production company featuring hidden gems of Albuquerque’s food industry ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – A locally-based film production company is highlighting the hidden gems of Albuquerque businesses. Through “Enchanted Foods of ABQ”, Sopapilla Productio…

OFFICIAL TRAILER: EDGE 12/02/2021

OFFICIAL TRAILER: EDGE

The Foundation takes pride in sharing the trailer to a riveting documentary film, Edge by director Michelle Tomlinson.

Fiscally Sponsoring Edge, a project that brings to the forefront the importance of preserving a language that is fading in American history elevates our program.

Congratulations to this gallant team!

https://youtu.be/wTI7qiM60yE

OFFICIAL TRAILER: EDGE EDGE is a documentary that centers around the crisis that is Native American language preservation. Production Team: Director: Michelle Tomlinson Executive...

12/01/2021

FILM FILM FILM !!

2022 is gearing up to be an exciting year for the film industry in New Mexico. To prepare actors for opportunities to audition, a panelist discussion will be hosted on March 2022 in Albuquerque.

Keep an eye out for the event that will be posted on December 15th on our social media page to sign up for this limited seating FREE event!

Hosted by a surprise guest and a name you are surely to recognize!

11/30/2021

Today is giving Tuesday. A day that is dedicated to raise awareness of non-profits and to encourage donor generosity by matching those donations, Facebook will match dollar for dollar all donations received today.

At the foundation, we are encourage and enthusiastic for the approaching new year. With new opportunities for filmmakers, actors and those wanting to enter into the film industry in New Mexico, we are busy as ever at the foundation!

New online programs, panel discussions with local agents, indie screenings as well as mentor programs are just a few of the 2022 opportunities the NMFF will bring forward!

Consider donating today- Thank you for your time and support!

11/25/2021

Happy Thanksgiving from everyone at the New Mexico Film Foundation.

11/16/2021
Eternal Harvest - Tallgrass Film Association 10/30/2021

Eternal Harvest - Tallgrass Film Association

Fiscally sponsored project, Eternal Harvest was named Outstanding Documentary Feature at the Tallgrass Film Festival over the weekend!

The New Mexico Film Foundation is honored to support this project and see the success that is well deserved!

It's screening online through the week- just follow the link
https://tallgrassfilm.org/films/eternal-harvest/

Eternal Harvest - Tallgrass Film Association Half a century after the US waged history, an estimated 80 million unexploded bombs remain in Laotian soil today. Eternal Harvest traces the failures of US foreign policy to clean up America’s postwar mess in Laos, and it underscores the urgent need for more funding. Director/Producer: Jerry Redfe...

10/29/2021

At the New Mexico Film Foundation, our team of mothers, brothers, sisters and fathers are struggling to express and convey the shock over the recent arrest involving former board member Chris Ranney and the tragedy that has resulted from his actions.

We often consider ourselves familiar with our colleagues and sometimes even become close friends. To consider a crime of this magnitude from a person who has so many ties within the film community, leaves us with few words, a blank space of thoughts in regards to that relationship as many of you are experiencing at this very moment.

We wish to express to the victim and family involved, our sincere sorrow. We respect and honor your need for privacy.

Terry Futschik
Executive Director

10/24/2021

The New Mexico Film Foundation mourns the loss of a brilliant rising star, Halyna Hutchins, the Director of Photography on the set of "Rust". It's not enough to be sad, And we are sad. But we are grateful for her spirit, her light, her talent. Our hearts are filled with compassion for everyone involved and impacted by this tragedy, in particular, her husband and son.

We are actors, writers, producers, directors and creators of film often refer to being on set as "our happy place". We refer to the process of making films as "movie magic". Indeed it is magical, but it doesn't happen by magic. It happens because of the combined effort of a multitude of specialized, skilled human beings, each with a special role in creating the closely monitored and highly orchestrated magic.

So when a tragedy happens on set, and especially when the tragedy is a preventable death, it breaks the heart of a family of human beings who are artists, parents, grandparents, students, old and young alike, above the line, below the line, doesn't matter. We are a family of movie magic makers. The shock of a set death erodes the foundation of confidence and meaning that we all share when we set out to tell a story, to create a film. Production stops because it must. We have to mourn. We have to resolve to take care of everyone on set, in every way we can, from now on.

10/23/2021

The New Mexico Film Foundation is proud to announce the winner of this year's George RR Martin Screen Writing Competition...

Writer Jody McNicholas for her submission, Oar River

As quoted by one of our judges "The heart of the script was evident and the samples of dialogue and scenes were memorable. It was easy to picture the surreal sense of movement and beauty that could be woven between the heart scenes and realistic settings. The characters and their dialogue helped create a sense of time and space and existence. This has the potential to be a work that is relevant to the lives, struggles, and triumphs of the soul for a range of viewers."

Congratulation's JODY!

The New Mexico Film Foundation is proud to announce the winner of this year's George RR Martin Screen Writing Competition...

Writer Jody McNicholas for her submission, Oar River

As quoted by one of our judges "The heart of the script was evident and the samples of dialogue and scenes were memorable. It was easy to picture the surreal sense of movement and beauty that could be woven between the heart scenes and realistic settings. The characters and their dialogue helped create a sense of time and space and existence. This has the potential to be a work that is relevant to the lives, struggles, and triumphs of the soul for a range of viewers."

Congratulation's JODY!

IATSE and AMPTP Have Reached a Deal to Avert a Strike 10/17/2021

IATSE and AMPTP Have Reached a Deal to Avert a Strike

https://variety.com/2021/film/news/iatse-and-amptp-agreement-strike-averted-1235081349/?fbclid=IwAR1TRDyujYXz5LfZ5SZI1eWexS7z8_tP8acnv05ibUw-ymRj7hQ23dTPK7A

IATSE and AMPTP Have Reached a Deal to Avert a Strike Negotiators from the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees have reached a deal for a new three-year contract, averting a strike that would have shut down film and TV production acros…

10/09/2021

Today is the day! 3:00 promptly, we will begin our 2021 indie screenings of remarkable films from New Mexico FILMMAKERS at the Jean Cocteau Cinema in Santa Fe. Tickets are available-join us as we support and celebrate New Mexico talent!
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/174819097627

Today is the day! 3:00 promptly, we will begin our 2021 indie screenings of remarkable films from New Mexico FILMMAKERS at the Jean Cocteau Cinema in Santa Fe. Tickets are available-join us as we support and celebrate New Mexico talent!
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/174819097627

New Mexico Film Foundation offers resources to independent filmmakers 10/06/2021

New Mexico Film Foundation offers resources to independent filmmakers

Happy Balloon Fiesta! And happy we are to be a presence on behalf of NM filmmakers, crew, actors and all the incredible talent right here in our state! NMFF Executive Director, Terry Futschik on today’s KRQE broadcast from the Balloon Fiesta field.. thank you Terry!!

https://www.krqe.com/news/albuquerque-metro/new-mexico-film-foundation-offers-resources-to-independent-filmmakers/

New Mexico Film Foundation offers resources to independent filmmakers ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – An organization that works to help grow the film industry in the state, the New Mexico Film Foundation offers assistance and educational resources to independent filmmake…

TURQUOISE TRAIL STUDIO TOUR 2021 10/03/2021

TURQUOISE TRAIL STUDIO TOUR 2021

Looking to spend a Sunday doing something amazing and supporting the local artist community?

https://www.turquoisetrailstudiotour.info/?fbclid=IwAR3PVW4WwMKFT_bbXjOXnqs2SpIIVDJsupNfGPIrVG8ETICTNnf27lTpRGo

TURQUOISE TRAIL STUDIO TOUR 2021 Each Studio Tour artist will have a ​"Turquoise Trail Studio Tour” sign in front of their studio or gallery on the days they are open for a visit, to meet the artist and purchase their work.

10/01/2021

THE WINNER OF THE GEORGE RR MARTIN GRANT HAS BEEN SELECTED! The winner of our $5000 Sci Fi/Fantasy Screenplay Grant will be notified soon and the official announcement will be made here...stay tuned!

For all of those who submitted Sci Fi/Fantasy script treatments, thank you! The submissions were all top-notch, the judging was very close and we thank all who sent in their work.

Each year we select a talented screenwriter in the Sci Fi/ Fantasy genre to receive a grant from the George R.R. Martin Foundation in the amount of $5000.

Encouraging growth in the film community and established by the writer of GAME OF THRONES, the grant was established to recognize the winner in a writing competition. Industry professionals will receive, anonymously, the screenplay and will judge based on criteria established prior to submissions.

This grant is only available for New Mexico residents who are non-WGA members

THE WINNER OF THE GEORGE RR MARTIN GRANT HAS BEEN SELECTED! The winner of our $5000 Sci Fi/Fantasy Screenplay Grant will be notified soon and the official announcement will be made here...stay tuned!

For all of those who submitted Sci Fi/Fantasy script treatments, thank you! The submissions were all top-notch, the judging was very close and we thank all who sent in their work.

Each year we select a talented screenwriter in the Sci Fi/ Fantasy genre to receive a grant from the George R.R. Martin Foundation in the amount of $5000.

Encouraging growth in the film community and established by the writer of GAME OF THRONES, the grant was established to recognize the winner in a writing competition. Industry professionals will receive, anonymously, the screenplay and will judge based on criteria established prior to submissions.

This grant is only available for New Mexico residents who are non-WGA members

09/27/2021

Happy Monday! What does the NMFF do to help Above and Below-the-line NM filmmakers and more? Let's find out! Visit our website at www.nmfilmfoundation.org to learn more as well. Have a great week!

09/20/2021

The NMFF is proud to present, again, our fun, informational "Daily Moments"! Enjoy and learn more about all the NMFF does by visiting our website: www.nmfilmfoundation.org. Your support helps ALL above and below-the-line in our exciting NM Film Industry!

2021 Four Corners Virtual Film Festival 09/13/2021

2021 Four Corners Virtual Film Festival

Well Done!!! Bravo to Film Four Corners!

This remarkable film festival is a virtual event. It is evident that a tremendous amount of time and effort was invested in the program which includes films as well as training!

https://fourcornersfest2021.eventive.org/welcome?fbclid=IwAR1dvqPZ74HTK417qaRkSRqtORXQ3kJmD-CVMgoKNT0wRQs4ueQrghEJ3hU

2021 Four Corners Virtual Film Festival Welcome to Film Four Corners eventive site, where Reservations for All Inclusive Passes and Individual Tickets for panels & workshops are now available. The Program Catalog will be updated when official selections are made by the judges. Stay tuned!

09/04/2021

Everyone hits a Bump in the Road... what do you do with it?

Learn how cancer survivor, Pat Wetzel, decided to become 'the CEO of her own health', went on a Cancer Road Trip, and how her journey has not only helped herself but helped thousands of others connect and gain inner strength. Pat Wetzel- “Cancer Road Trip” and “Bump in the Road”.

Read about Pat, her documentary series, podcast programs and the incredible work she does in this beautiful article written by she and NMFF Board Member, Angela L. Wilson. The NMFF is so proud to help support projects like Pat's; projects that are far-reaching, projects that truly touch, help and change the lives of the people they reach! Congratulations, Pat, and may your project continue to grow and succeed in bringing knowledge, strength and community to those who may be on their own 'road trips'. www.cancerroadtrip.com https://bumpintheroad.us

One woman, one vision, one nasty disease. Pat Wetzel is a trailblazing cancer survivor who is building a travel-based platform to inspire cancer sufferers from across the world. She is the visionary behind an upcoming film series called “Cancer Road Trip” as well as the current video podcast “Bump in the Road”.
There is a definite connection between the two projects.

PAT’S STORY
After graduating from Wharton Business School in finance, Pat had a successful career in the direct placement market in New York as well as international strategic planning/acquisition divestiture analysis and investment advisory services.

But in 2009 she was slammed with a true “bump in the road”.
The writer, pilot and space buff was diagnosed with lymphoma. Supposedly incurable, Pat looked for trials but was rejected because her particular form of lymphoma was so rare that there would be no trials done.

Following traditional medical treatment, Pat then had three rounds of chemo, but the outcome was a recurrence of cancer.

Not surprisingly, the physical experience was matched by the emotional one.

Her personal journey was fraught with wake up calls, both large and small. For example, after the first round of chemo she discovered that no one would play tennis with her anymore because she couldn’t “win”. When she found herself in a desperate state of mind and one in which it would be easy to fall for scams or emotional predators, she started asking “what could she control” and “what is emotionally healthy”. “
What creates health?

At one time she best-guessed that she had about 18 months to live, and was every day actually living in a kind of “no man’s land.” (One thing is living with what she calls “scanxiety,” the cycle of having tests and waiting on results, while living in fear). She decided to remove herself from this craziness cold turkey -no doctor, no tests. A positive outcome of this was that she began asking herself “what will I do next?” She began thinking about the future!

She developed the empowering philosophy that “dealing with cancer” was on her. “Each of us is the CEO of our own health”.

She founded the Anti-Cancer Club, a free website of cancer resources, which gained over 20 million social media impressions in 2016 alone. But in 2017 Pat needed a reset, sold her house and started traveling. And writing about it. Along the way it occurred to her: “If I can travel to heal, why can’t others?”

Cancer Road Trip
So Pat became the visionary behind CancerRoadTrip, a documentary film series that explores the psycho/social/spiritual aspects of life after cancer. The website has won awards for both writing and photography.

She uses “road trip” as a metaphor for the cancer journey. There are twists and turns; ups and downs; bumps along the way.
As a journey, the idea of travel is important for two reasons: Anyone who has been through cancer just needs a break. Travel provides a much needed respite to search for some peace and clarity in order to move forward. Travel also opens our hearts, souls and minds to new opportunities. And after cancer, new options are needed to craft a new life.

Each quarter CancerRoadTrip gives seven Travelers an amazing trip at no cost to them. Their experiences and conversations are captured on film for education and inspiration.

All of the insight and experience is shared with the cancer community via the web.

Because the pandemic brought travel to a halt, Pat developed a Podcast, online magazine, and event center called “Bump in the Road” which is not only about cancer.
Bump in the Road www.BumpInTheRoad.us
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCK4fw061eAyiMnvAMJtxODg (trailer)

Everyone hits a Bump in the Road. What do you do with it? In over 60 episodes (and growing!) Pat Wetzel inspires by telling the stories of how people experience, navigate and manage the ups and downs and twists and turns in this road trip called life.
“Bump In the Road reminds us of the power we have within us. We grow by living through the challenges presented to us, and this podcast reaches deep into our souls to help us connect with our inner strength by listening to the stories of others”.

Most episodes are about paradigm shifts, experiences that provide a pivot into a more conscious and meaningful life. Here are a few episodes:

Liz O’Riordan: Life After Cancer
What happens when a surgeon becomes a patient? This is a story of how one woman has dealt with no longer being a surgeon, thanks to the after-effects of the treatment that saved her life, but destroyed her hard earned career.


Erik Weihenmayer: Blind Visionary
Erik went blind when he was 14. But it didn’t keep him from climbing Everest, the Seven Summits or kayaking the Colorado River. He also founded No Barriers, a not for profit that shows how a perceived handicap need not hold one back.


Mary Neal, MD: From Hope To Trust
Mary Neal is an orthopedic spine surgeon. She ran the spine center at USC before relocating her practice to Jackson Hole, Wy. On a kayak trip to the Fuy River in Chile, she drowned.

“How you understand death directly determines how you experience life.”
-Mary Neal, MD
This is an account of Mary’s near death experience on the Fuy River.

Please consider donating to these projects through the fiscal sponsorship provided by the New Mexico Film Foundation.

For more information, please visit BumpInTheRoad.us and CancerRoadTrip.com

Everyone hits a Bump in the Road... what do you do with it?

Learn how cancer survivor, Pat Wetzel, decided to become 'the CEO of her own health', went on a Cancer Road Trip, and how her journey has not only helped herself but helped thousands of others connect and gain inner strength. Pat Wetzel- “Cancer Road Trip” and “Bump in the Road”.

Read about Pat, her documentary series, podcast programs and the incredible work she does in this beautiful article written by she and NMFF Board Member, Angela L. Wilson. The NMFF is so proud to help support projects like Pat's; projects that are far-reaching, projects that truly touch, help and change the lives of the people they reach! Congratulations, Pat, and may your project continue to grow and succeed in bringing knowledge, strength and community to those who may be on their own 'road trips'. www.cancerroadtrip.com https://bumpintheroad.us

One woman, one vision, one nasty disease. Pat Wetzel is a trailblazing cancer survivor who is building a travel-based platform to inspire cancer sufferers from across the world. She is the visionary behind an upcoming film series called “Cancer Road Trip” as well as the current video podcast “Bump in the Road”.
There is a definite connection between the two projects.

PAT’S STORY
After graduating from Wharton Business School in finance, Pat had a successful career in the direct placement market in New York as well as international strategic planning/acquisition divestiture analysis and investment advisory services.

But in 2009 she was slammed with a true “bump in the road”.
The writer, pilot and space buff was diagnosed with lymphoma. Supposedly incurable, Pat looked for trials but was rejected because her particular form of lymphoma was so rare that there would be no trials done.

Following traditional medical treatment, Pat then had three rounds of chemo, but the outcome was a recurrence of cancer.

Not surprisingly, the physical experience was matched by the emotional one.

Her personal journey was fraught with wake up calls, both large and small. For example, after the first round of chemo she discovered that no one would play tennis with her anymore because she couldn’t “win”. When she found herself in a desperate state of mind and one in which it would be easy to fall for scams or emotional predators, she started asking “what could she control” and “what is emotionally healthy”. “
What creates health?

At one time she best-guessed that she had about 18 months to live, and was every day actually living in a kind of “no man’s land.” (One thing is living with what she calls “scanxiety,” the cycle of having tests and waiting on results, while living in fear). She decided to remove herself from this craziness cold turkey -no doctor, no tests. A positive outcome of this was that she began asking herself “what will I do next?” She began thinking about the future!

She developed the empowering philosophy that “dealing with cancer” was on her. “Each of us is the CEO of our own health”.

She founded the Anti-Cancer Club, a free website of cancer resources, which gained over 20 million social media impressions in 2016 alone. But in 2017 Pat needed a reset, sold her house and started traveling. And writing about it. Along the way it occurred to her: “If I can travel to heal, why can’t others?”

Cancer Road Trip
So Pat became the visionary behind CancerRoadTrip, a documentary film series that explores the psycho/social/spiritual aspects of life after cancer. The website has won awards for both writing and photography.

She uses “road trip” as a metaphor for the cancer journey. There are twists and turns; ups and downs; bumps along the way.
As a journey, the idea of travel is important for two reasons: Anyone who has been through cancer just needs a break. Travel provides a much needed respite to search for some peace and clarity in order to move forward. Travel also opens our hearts, souls and minds to new opportunities. And after cancer, new options are needed to craft a new life.

Each quarter CancerRoadTrip gives seven Travelers an amazing trip at no cost to them. Their experiences and conversations are captured on film for education and inspiration.

All of the insight and experience is shared with the cancer community via the web.

Because the pandemic brought travel to a halt, Pat developed a Podcast, online magazine, and event center called “Bump in the Road” which is not only about cancer.
Bump in the Road www.BumpInTheRoad.us
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCK4fw061eAyiMnvAMJtxODg (trailer)

Everyone hits a Bump in the Road. What do you do with it? In over 60 episodes (and growing!) Pat Wetzel inspires by telling the stories of how people experience, navigate and manage the ups and downs and twists and turns in this road trip called life.
“Bump In the Road reminds us of the power we have within us. We grow by living through the challenges presented to us, and this podcast reaches deep into our souls to help us connect with our inner strength by listening to the stories of others”.

Most episodes are about paradigm shifts, experiences that provide a pivot into a more conscious and meaningful life. Here are a few episodes:

Liz O’Riordan: Life After Cancer
What happens when a surgeon becomes a patient? This is a story of how one woman has dealt with no longer being a surgeon, thanks to the after-effects of the treatment that saved her life, but destroyed her hard earned career.


Erik Weihenmayer: Blind Visionary
Erik went blind when he was 14. But it didn’t keep him from climbing Everest, the Seven Summits or kayaking the Colorado River. He also founded No Barriers, a not for profit that shows how a perceived handicap need not hold one back.


Mary Neal, MD: From Hope To Trust
Mary Neal is an orthopedic spine surgeon. She ran the spine center at USC before relocating her practice to Jackson Hole, Wy. On a kayak trip to the Fuy River in Chile, she drowned.

“How you understand death directly determines how you experience life.”
-Mary Neal, MD
This is an account of Mary’s near death experience on the Fuy River.

Please consider donating to these projects through the fiscal sponsorship provided by the New Mexico Film Foundation.

For more information, please visit BumpInTheRoad.us and CancerRoadTrip.com

Who Are We and What do We Do for the FILM INDUSTRY in New Mexico?

The New Mexico Film Foundation in accordance with its mission, serves as a fiscal sponsor of New Mexico independent film productions, as well as New Mexico organizations.

The New Mexico Film Foundation (NMFF) is a non-profit organization as determined by the IRS under code 501(c)3. It is also a registered New Mexico State Charity. Under the NMFF Fiscal Sponsorship program, NMFF acts as an umbrella agency for your project, allowing the project to share some of the benefits of non-profit status.

Our team of industry professionals also act as a resource for individuals in the film industry from background actors to directors. We support above the line and below the line professionals to enhance your chosen career in film.

By provide training events, informational events, grants and resources for those in the field, the focus of the team is guide, advise , promote and elevate the state of New Mexico!

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George R.R. Martin with Alaina Warren Zachary
NMFF at the Jean Cocteau
Fiscally Sponsored Documentary EDGE
NMFF visits Origami in the Garden

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313 Camino Alire
Santa Fe, NM
87501
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410 Rodeo Rd
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New Mexico Heritage Preservation Alliance New Mexico Heritage Preservation Alliance
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Training Resources for the Environmental Community - TREC Training Resources for the Environmental Community - TREC
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