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African Premiere of The Invocation at 2nd Eko International Film Festival

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The African premiere of Emmanuel Itier’s multiple award winning movie THE INVOCATION narrated by the famous Hollywood actress Sharon Stone will be at the 2nd Eko International Film Festival (EKOIFF) on Saturday July 9, 2011, at the prestigious Silverbird Galleria, 133 Ahmadu Bello Way, Victoria Island, Lagos. THE INVOCATION is a thought provoking film about God and World Peace. An exploration of the notion of the Divine around the world and through Religion, Spirituality...

THE INVOCATION

Director: Emmanuel ITIER.
Looking for God...Finding Peace. Let's become Peace in Action.

NEWSLETTER N° 479: October 7, 2010

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 .............                                                                                                                                                          WELCOME TO OUR NEWSLETTER N° 479: October 7, 2010 Follow this LINK if you cannot read the newsletter properly Contact the Editor, Advertise on the sites.  Our newsletter reaches 82 000 film professionn...

NEWSLETTER N° 478: September 30, 2010

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                                                                                                                                                          WELCOME TO OUR NEWSLETTER N° 478: September 30, 2010 Follow this LINK if you cannot read the newsletter properly C...

Santa Fe Film Festival Seeking to Shake Corruption with New Management

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Santa Fe Film Festival Facing Bankruptcy, Shakes Up Management In the wake of past corruption scandals, the Santa Fe Film Festival struggles to pay off debts to filmmakers while undergoing a change of management  By John C Morley, The Morley ReportSeptember 21, 2010 – Over two years ago, Camerado producer Jason Rosette learned through one of his actors that his latest feature, "Lost in New Mexico: the strange tale of Susan Hero", had appeare...

Lost in New Mexico: the strange tale of Susan Hero

Director: Jason Rosette.
In a desert town somewhere in the Southwest United States, a young woman seeks a renegade animal cloning expert who claims he can bring her recently deceased daughter back to life.

Accompanied by her illegal immigrant companion, Javier Apollinaire, Susan steals some cash and embarks on a secret journey in order to meet the Doctor and begin the procedure.

But can he really do it? Can she even find him?

Enter new, green, bumbling federal agent Carl Wisconsin. Carl’s very first assignment is to track Susan in order to find the elusive Doctor and take him down for his illegal activities.

Meanwhile, a struggling Native American potter named Lonnie is on his own mission: he needs to some raise desperately needed tuition money to send his daughter to college, after her financial aid unexpectedly falls through.

Ultimately, these disparate characters and stories cross paths at one critical moment, and their lives are forever changed as a result.

Kids First! Film Festival

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 KIDS FIRST! Film FestivalThird Quarter 2009 (July 15 - Oct. 15) The video blog with dailies on fest21.com Call for EntriesMarch 15 - Early DeadlineApril 15 - Regular DeadlineMay 15 - Late DeadlineMay 25 - CQCM Member Late Contact Info KIDS FIRST!112 W San Francisco Street, Suite 305ASanta Fe , NM 87501 USATel.: 505.989.8076Fax: 505.986.8477E.mail : contact usWebsite: http://www.kidsfirst.org/filmfestival/ KIDS FIRST! Film Festival Now in its tenth year, the KIDS FIRST! Film Festiv...

Submit Film to Kids First!

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KIDS FIRST! Film Festival Third Quarter 2009 (July 15 - Oct. 15) > Call for Entries March 15 - Early Deadline April 15 - Regular Deadline May 15 - Late Deadline May 25 - CQCM Member Late > KIDS FIRST! 112 W San Francisco Street, Suite 305A Santa Fe , NM 87501 USA Tel.: 505.989.8076 Fax: 505.986.8477 E.mail : contact us ...

AN INTERVIEW WITH "THE GODFATHER OF DISCO" FILMMAKER GENE GRAHAM

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By Maria Esteves - July 12, 2007 NewFest 2007: The 19th Annual New York LGBT Film Festival N.Y. Premiere THE GODFATHER OF DISCO documentary film, directed by Gene Graham was held at AMC Loews 34th St Theater, Friday, June 1, 5:45 p.m. A special Q&A immediately followed. The N.Y. Premiere after party was held at The Zipper Factory Theater Tavern, 7:30pm. I had the privilege of interviewing emerging award-winner director Gene Graham, Sunday, July 1, 1:00pm. Q: What inspired the making of ...

Santa Fe Film Festival Ready To Roll

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The Santa Fe Film Festival celebrates its 7th season Dec. 6-10 with its most prestigious slate ever, anchored by galas including MISS POTTER, PERFUME: STORY OF A MURDERER, THE PAINTED VEIL, VOLVER and VENUS. In addition, special presentations are planned for PAN’S LABYRINTH and THE ASTRONAUT FARMER. All told, the festival will showcase nearly 200 works in eight separate series, running in nine venues citywide. Announced recipients of the festival’s Luminaria Awards for lifetime achieveme...

The sixth annual Santa Fe Film Festival’s bowed

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The sixth annual Santa Fe Film Festival’s bowed this year with new partnerships, a new focus on international screenings with a decidedly American film as its centerpiece gala. 220 films screened out of 900 submissions from nearly 40 nations, including this years “Best of Fest” Award winner “The Syrian Bride,” by Eran Riklis.The five-day festival ran from Dec. 7-11, presenting films in 11 different venues and attracting 6,000-plus patrons.The festival partnered this year with the Natio...

Southwest G&L Santa Fe Film Festival in action

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The 2005 Southwest Gay and Lesbian film Festival, produced by Closet Cinema and the Center for Contemporary Arts (CCA) in Santa Fe will have its 2005 run from September 16-22. The venues include the historic Guild Cinema, Southwest Film Center, and CCA Cinematheque. With over fifty feature-length and short-film entries, including the perspectives of 18 foreign countries, the Festival is the largest GLBT film festival in New Mexico and the surrounding region.Panel discussions, a photography exhib...

Santa Fe Festival Launching By Popular Demand

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Festival Launches By Popular DemandThe Santa Fe Film Festival kicks off an expanded, year-round slate for 2005 with a new series called By Popular Demand, bringing back prize winners and crowd favorites from the annual December festival. The inaugural run of By Popular Demand will consist of two days of film screenings, Jan. 29 and Feb. 19, at the Cinemacafe, 1616 St. Michael’s Drive. Anchoring the Saturday, Jan. 29 showcase will be screenings of:• Zapata, Alfonso Arau’s colorful epic tap...

Santa Fe awards Nobody Knows

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THE SANTA FE FILM FESTIVAL 2004 AWARDSThe Santa Fe Film Festival awarded Luminaria Awards to two film legends – Alan Arkin and Alfonso Arau, showcased both the Governor’s state-wide awards and the Film Museum’s industry tributes, and awarded ten Milagro Awards at a star studded gala Saturday night.Hosted by Jonathan Richards, the sold-out Gala lauded Arkin and Arau for careers of many decades and across several artistic endeavors. Retrospectives of their work had played to enthusiastic fa...

Santa Fe Festival "under the wire" for Oscar deadline

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The chilly Santa Fe Film Festival, now firmly established as a critical stop on the film festival calendar as an “under the wire” event for filmmakers looking for that last chance at a looming Oscar deadline, went off for the fifth edition under the guidance of festival director Jon Bowman. If there’s any over riding factor now bedeviling the organizers is the abundance of material showing up on their doorstep. With over 900 entries, the festival finds itself as a late year bell weather of...

Santa Fe Fest packed with Oscar hopefuls

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THE SANTA FE FILM FESTIVAL 2004 December 1 – December 5 The Santa Fe Film Festival, which opens Wednesday, is preserving its reputation as an Oscar bellwether.Seven titles that played in last year’s Santa Fe Film Festival subsequently netted Oscar honors, collecting a grand total of 16 nominations among them.This season’s Oscar finalists won’t be announced until Jan. 25, 2005, with the awards ceremony following on Feb. 27.But two documentary features in this week’s Santa Fe Film Festiv...

Sante Fe on the rise

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As recently as four years ago, the New Mexico film festival marketplace featured a slug fest between the long running Taos Talking Picture Festival (TTPIX) and the upstart Santa Fe Film Festival (SFFF). Both possessed a unique niche, mountain town settings, and devoted audiences. For indie film festival freaks in the area, life was good. Alas, things never stay the same for long in this volatile business.Locals were stunned at the news last month that the nine year old Taos Talking Picture Festi...

Santa Fe 4th ready to kick off

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The Santa Fe Film Festival launches its fourth, and largest, season. Salutes to British director Stephen Frears, actor Peter Boyle and New Mexico novelist/screenwriter Max Evans anchor this year's Santa Fe Film Festival. In addition, the festival expects more than 200 filmmakers and other special guest artists to attend. The roster includes actress Elisabeth Moss (seen on TV series "The West Wing"), "The Wild Bunch" screenwriter Walon Green, legendary casting director Lynn Stalmaster and the te...

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