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New Mexico Raises it's Film Industry Stature w/Inaugural First Vision Filmmakers Forum: April 27

New Mexico Governor and Democratic Presidential hopeful Bill Richardson has announced the inaugural "First Vision Filmmakers Forum,"  (April 27, 2007) a day-long symposium featuring both emerging and established film and television experts from North America to explore cultural trends in diversity film initiatives.  The film industry has been steadily staking out an increased presence in the Land of Enchantment since the early days of Bonanza.  With this event, Richardson aims to offer local filmmakers, writers, producers and actors the opportunity to network beyond state-borders, to exchange ideas and "open a window into new film frontiers."

The forum will be hosted by the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center in Albuquerque and admission is FREE!! Activities will begin at 8am and wrapping at 5:30pm.  For those who may not be in the area on April 27, the University of New Mexico will broadcast the forum 8:30am - 1pm (MDT) on streaming digital video from the following link:  www.nmfilm.com

First Vision will give both emerging and veteran filmmakers an opportunity to examine and address the all too familiar obstacles and opportunities in today's world of film and television. All Roads Film Project director Francene Blythe will be on hand along with representives from such networks as the Screen Actors Guild, IATSE Local 480, the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network, Native American Public Broadcasting along with many other veteran filmmakers, writers, producers and actors.

Pre-registration is required.  To register please visit: www.nmfilm.com or call the Film Office at 505-827-9810. 

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