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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...

The Global Film Village: Rose Kuo Lands At Santa Fe Film Festival with Michael Hare as Co-Executive Directors

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  by Marla Lewin The Santa Fe Film Festival has announced the selection of Michael Hare and Rose Kuo as Co-Executive Directors of the Festival succeeding Founder and Executive Director, Jon Bowman, whose retirement from the Festival was announced late last year. Commenting on the selections of Hare and Kuo, Tom Maguire, Sante Fe Film Festival Chairman of the Board, said “The Sante Fe Film Festival has enjoyed much success over the course of its ten year history and we are p...

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...

Santa Fe has a new film center, a Santa Fe Fest initiative

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THE SANTA FE FILM FESTIVAL LAUNCHES FILM CENTERSanta Fe has a new film center, operated under the auspices of the Santa Fe Film Festival.The Film Center, a division of the festival, is occupying the theater wing of the former Cinemacafe at 1616 St. Michael’s Drive in the St. Michael’s Village West Shopping Mall. Through the generosity of Thomas Properties Ltd., which owns and manages the mall, the festival will offer year-round film programming at the 125-seat theater. Thomas Properties is s...

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 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...

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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