AFMX was proud to welcome over 130,000 viewers through our 2020 and 2021 Virtual Edition festivals. This year, we are excited to celebrate our 10th anniversary as one of the leading NM film festivals with our Hybrid Festival, September 13-18, 2022.

 

We are excited to gather filmmakers, musicians, and artists together to share stories throughout an incredible week, from September 13-18, 2022. All of our screenings are available online through November 18, 2022.

COVID POLICY

 

AFMX takes the safety and well-being of the volunteers and festival participants seriously and will continue to adhere to COVID regulations and health guidelines. AFMX follows the New Mexico state mandate regarding mask and vaccines. We highly recommend festival attendees and volunteers to be vaccinated and/or follow mask usage to protect our community but is not required. We encourage all participants to follow social distancing and cleanliness rules to maintain the highest level of safety possible.

VENUES

 

UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO - FINE ARTS CENTER (RODEY THEATER):  Tuesday and Wednesday, September 13 and 14

​NATIONAL HISPANIC CULTURAL CENTER: Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, September 15 to 18.

REGISTRATION and CHECK-IN

All filmmakers and festival guests can check in at the AFMX Registration Desk on any of the days of the festival. 

Our registration desk provides festival schedules and updates, same day tickets, merchandise and customer service.

Please note times and venues are subject to change.  There are a variety of tickets and passes available for purchase. Please review our schedule and determine the best pass for your needs. If you have questions or need assistance, please contact info@afmxnm.com.  

 

FESTIVAL SCHEDULE  Updated 8/9/2022

 

DAY 1 - Tuesday, September 13, 2022

University of New Mexico Fine Arts Center, 1 University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM 87131

Festival Doors open at 1:30pm. 

STUDENT FILM BLOCK with Filmmaker Q&A, 2:30 PM to 4:30 PM

 

BIG TOUCH, Directed by Christopher Tenzis
THE RED SEDAN, Directed by Christopher Talley
AIN'T NO MERCY FOR RABBITS, Directed by Aliza Brugger
TECATA, Directed by Mario Theodosio Gallegos
I AM LIMITLESS, Directed Daniel Andersen

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NARRATIVE FEATURE FILM 1 with Filmmaker Q&A, 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM     

 

MAYBE SOMEDAY, Directed by Michelle Ehlen

Jay, a non-binary 40-something photographer, attempts to move across

the country to start her life over again in the midst of separating from her wife.  

Along the way, she takes a detour to stay with her high school best friend who 

she used to be secretly in love with, and befriends a charismatic gay man who 

has long given up on love. Struggling to move forward with the next chapter 

of her life, memories of the past resurface as Jay grapples with the inevitable 

cycles of love, loss, and letting go.

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OPENING FILM:  DOCUMENTARY FEATURE 1 with Filmmaker Q&A,  7:30 PM to 9:30 PM   

 
LEFTOVER FEELINGS: A STUDIO B REVIVAL, Directed by Ted Roach, Lagan Sebert

Nashville music legends, John Hiatt & Jerry Douglas, team up during the

pandemic to record their Grammy-nominated album “Leftover Feelings” in

Evis’s favorite studio, RCA’s fabled Studio B. Walking in the footsteps of

Elvis, Dolly, and Waylon, John & Jerry attempt to revive and capture the magical

sounds of this historic room where so many early hit songs were made.

Featuring commentary from Lyle Lovett, Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris,

and others, this film spotlights the legacy of Music City’s most significant

studio through the lens of two godfathers of Americana music.

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AFMX 2022 OPENING NIGHT MEET Up, 9:30 PM to 11:30 PM

M’Tucci’s – Bar Roma in Nob Hill, 3222 Central Ave SE, Albuquerque, NM 87102

Come mingle with fellow filmmakers and AFMX at our dedicated after-hour venue.

M'Tucci's offers a great menu and delicious drinks and is only 7 minutes from the airport!

DAY 2 - Wednesday, September 14, 2022

University of New Mexico Fine Arts Center, 1 University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM 87131

Festival Doors Open at 9am.

 

MASTER CLASS 1 – 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM. UNM Film and Digital Arts, 5700B University Blvd SE, Albuquerque, NM 87106

 

DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKING WITH CHRISTOPHER SCHUELER

Join Emmy- Award winning Producer/Director Christopher Schueler for 

this intensive seminar on documentary production.  

This two-part masterclass will discuss:

Initial concept

budgeting

fundraising

creative design

pre-production, production, postproduction

distribution options.

 

This class will take place from 10am - 12pm and 1pm - 3pm. Space is limited to

20 participants. Cost of this informative masterclass is $50. This masterclass will

take place at the satellite campus at UNM/Mesa Del Sol.

 

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ENCORE FILM SCREENING - DOCUMENTARY FEATURE - THE SOUND OF US - 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM

UNM Rodey Theatre

 

The Sound of Us and Q&A with Director/Producer Chris Gero of 

Yamaha Entertainment Group, moderated by AFMX's Executive Director,

Ivan Wiener.

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AFMX is proud to welcome back, Director and Producer Chris Gero of

Yamaha Entertainment Group with an encore presentation of his

award-winning documentary, The Sound of Us.

 

"The Sound of Us" illustrates that during this critical time

in world and U.S. history, music gives sound to hope and courage, allows us to

grieve and be honest, and is the great, universal language that unites us all.

"The Sound of Us" weaves inspiring stories about the beauty and goodness

of music with interviews and performances by artists such as Ben Folds,

Sarah McLachlan, Avery*Sunshine, Eric Whitacre, Preservation Hall Jazz Band,

Hiromi, Antonio Sanchez, Butch Walker, Will Wells,

Patti Smith, Sekou Andrews and many more. 

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DOCUMENTARY FEATURE FILM 2 with Filmmaker Q&A, 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM

UNM Rodey Theatre

 

RUN RAVEN RUN, Directed by Michael Rainin

Despite a historical legacy that dealt the dark cards of slavery, holocaust and

poverty, music has always been the winning hand for Gypsy survival. From the

deserts of Rajasthan to the ghettos of Bucharest, Run Raven Run explores the

resounding pain and pleasure that emanates from the unvanquished soul of

Gypsy music.

 

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DAY 3 – Thursday, September 15, 2022

National Hispanic Cultural Center, 1701 4th St SW, Albuquerque, NM 87102

Festival Doors open at 8:30 AM.

 

ANIMATION/MUSIC/DANCE FILM BLOCK with Filmmaker Q&A,  9:30 AM to 11:30 PM  (Wells Fargo Theatre)

 

ONLY WORDS Directed by Serge Zehnder
REVERIE, Directed by Caitlin Gray
"THE CITY" by Schaeffer The Darklord Rexi t Jones
CONSENSUAL, Directed by Jeff Hilliard & Joey Danger
RIDE OF THE DEVIL'S TEETH, Directed by Jon Hanusa
HOMEBIRD, Directed by Ewa Smyk
RESISTANCE. Directed by Kyle Portbury
EYE TO EYE, Directed by M. G. Evangelista
A FEAST THAT NEVER COMES, Directed by Maria Juranic
OUR AMERICA, Directed by Dean M Winkler & Donald S Butler
MIRAGE, Directed by Tina Nubia Love
TO RUSSIA WITH LOVE, Directed by Jeffrey Lee Robinson
ONCE I PASSED, Directed by Martin Gerigk
COMPOSURE, Directed by Eric DePriester
LEAD/FOLLOW, Directed by Colby Day 

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CENTER STAGE CONVERSATION, 10 AM to 12 PM (Bank of America Theatre)

 

MARKETING FOR MOVIE MAKERS - WHY IT MATTERS

with Karen Criswell, Frank Donner, and James Glover

Join marketing pros Frank Donner, CEO / Executive Producer of

BLKBX Creative Group, Karen Criswell (Studio Executive/Producercnd

James Glover, Sr. Content Strategist / Director at

Switches & Modes Creative Agency.


Learn how to use the same resources and strategies the pros use at much less

cost to your budget. Develop imagery and tone, use digital media to increase attention,

and gain more interest from distributors.

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INDIGENOUS SHORT FILM BLOCK with Filmmaker Q&A, 12 PM to 2 PM (Wells Fargo Theatre)

 

NINE MINUTES IN CHACO CANYON, Directed by Steve Gute

DUES, Directed by Michael R.L. Begay 

DEAD BIRD HEARTS, Directed by Thomas RedCorn

BURROS, Directed by Jefferson Stein

TASTE OF THE INDIGENOUS, Directed by Josephine Bono

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DOCUMENTARY SHORTS FILM BLOCK 1 with Filmmaker Q&A, 12:30 PM to 2:30 PM (Bank of America Theatre)

 

FRESH TO FRIGHTENING: THE SHARON GREEN STORY, Directed by 
Gareth Kelly

RAZMIK, Directed by Mike Freze

K-POP: FOREVER, Directed by Jamie Dodd

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DOCUMENTARY FEATURE FILM 3 with Filmmaker Q&A, 2:30 PM to 4:30 PM (Wells Fargo Theatre)

 

DEVIL PUT THE COAL IN THE GROUND,

Directed by Peter Hutchison, Lucas Sabean

Uniquely structured upon the personal storytelling of native West Virginians,

Devil Put The Coal In The Ground is a meditation on the suffering and

devastation brought on by the coal industry and it’s decline. From the realities

of a crumbling economy, to the ravages of the opioid epidemic, to the

irreparable environmental damage and its tragic impact on human health –

the film is a cautionary tale of unfettered corporate power, and an elegy

to a vanishing Appalachia.

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CENTER STAGE CONVERSATION, 3 PM to 5 PM (Bank of America Theatre)

 

THE POWER OF MUSIC

with Chris Gero, Bob Divney and Moogie Canazio

Music is not only a great equalizer; it allows everyone to express our

differences and better understand one another. It is the international

language by which many of us are inspired to create, reach out, and

come together. Join Chris Gero (Director and Producer, Yamaha

Entertainment Group, 2016 AFMX Visionary Award, AFMX 2021

Best Feature Documentary, AFMX 2021 Best Director), Moogie Canazio

(multi-Grammy and Emmy-winning producer and music engineer), and Bob Divney (Managing Partner at The Artist Cooperative; whose worked with a roster of significant musicians, Passenger, Andrew McMahon, Family of the Year, The Goo Goo Dolls, Andy Grammer, Nathan East, Boy and Bear).  Moderator Shaun Hettinger and the panel discuss the power of music and how it touches our collective souls. These leading industry pros share exclusive insights about making the documentary "The Sound of Us," perspectives on music's global impact, and how they use music to evoke universal emotions.

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NARRATIVE SHORT FILM BLOCK 1 with Filmmaker Q&A, 5 PM to 7 PM (Wells Fargo Theatre)

 

PERFECT MATCH, Directed by Lynda Reiss
I HATE YOU, Directed by Taylor Olson, Koumbie
THE COOKIE CRUMBLES, Directed by Daniel Hickey
THE GUITAR THIEF, Directed by Miguel Lepe Jr
BILLY, Directed by Jack Saxon
ICE CREAM. SLALODED. Directed by Steve Spremo

SECOND WEDDING, Directed by Taylor Olson
BILLIE, Directed by John Rhode, Tanner Thompson
PULP FRICTION, Directed by Tony Olmos, Mark Atkinson

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DOCUMENTARY FEATURE FILM 4 with Filmmaker Q&A, 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (Bank of America Theatre)

 

ORIGAMI IN THE GARDEN, Directed by Barbara Bentree

Kevin Box has always known exactly what he intends to do with his life.

In his words, "I want to have a conversation with people now and hundreds

of years into the future." ORIGAMI IN THE GARDEN" documents the career arc

of Kevin as he travels the world with his exhibitions of 25 foot tall origami

metal sculptures. The film is also a Love Story and a surprising Spiritual

Transformation that will be appreciated by anyone who admires art and the

tremendous leaps of faith that are necessary to be a successful sculptor.

Over 2 million people have visited his exhibition titled "ORIGAMI IN THE GARDEN"

and the word about Kevin Box is spreading fast. It’s truly amazing

what Kevin can do starting with just a simple piece of paper!
 

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NARRATIVE FEATURE FILM 2 with Filmmaker Q&A, 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM (Wells Fargo Theatre)

 

REMEMBER ME: THE MAHALIA JACKSON STORY, Directed by Denise Dowse

"Remember Me" is a biopic on the life of Gospel singer Mahalia Jackson, her rise

and challenges in the music industry, her unbreakable bond with Dr. Martin Luther

King and her dramatic impact on the Civil Rights Movement.

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NARRATIVE FEATURE FILM 3 with Filmmaker Q&A, 8 PM to 10 PM (Bank of America Theatre)

 

THIRD ACT, Directed by Doug Montoya, Phillip Griego

After being given news of their pending eviction, a lovable and talented theater

company plots a heist to pay their rent while filming at a local bank.

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DAY 4 – Friday, September 16, 2022

National Hispanic Cultural Center, 1701 4th St SW, Albuquerque, NM 87102

Festival Doors open at 8:30 AM.

DOCUMENTARY SHORT FILM BLOCK 2 with Filmmaker Q&A, 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM (Wells Fargo Theatre)

 

GUADALUPE MARAVILLA AND THE SOUND OF HEALING,

Directed by Rafael Salazar, Ava Wiland. 


DON'T PUT HER DOWN, Directed by Julia Golonka

BIG OLD GOOFY WORLD - THE STORY OF OH BOY RECORDS,

Directed by Joshua Britt, Neilson Hubbard

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CENTER STAGE CONVERSATION, 10 AM to 12PM (Bank of America Theatre)

 

LINE PRODUCING with Stewart Lyons

Join Emmy-Award winning producer Stewart Lyons as he outlines the

ultimate job – Line Producing. As line producer to Breaking Bad,

Better Call Saul, Scoundrels, Messengers, Night Shift,

The Cleaning Lady and many others, Stewart will outline the

necessary steps to produce a TV show.

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DOCUMENTARY SHORT FILM BLOCK 3 with Filmmaker Q&A, 12 PM to 2PM (Wells Fargo Theatre)

 

SIBS, Directed by Derek Johnson
MR. ASHLEY LIVED HERE, Directed by Hannah Timmons
CANARIES IN A COLD WAR, Directed by Mathias Magnason

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CENTER STAGE CONVERSATION, 12:30 PM to 2:30 PM (Bank of America Theatre)

FEARSOME FEMMES OF HORROR FILMS

with Dee Wallace, Monique Candelaria and Deborah Voorhees

Join Actress/Author Dee Wallace (E.T., The Howling, Cujo),

Director/Producer/Writer/Actress Deborah Voorhees

(13 Fanboy, Friday the 13th part V, Avenging Angel), and local horror

film actor Monique Candelaria (Lovecraft Country),

as they discuss how to create and act in horror films. 

Learn about:
-Getting into horror films
-Acting in horror films
-Making the switch from actor to director, writer, and producer
-Involving women in front of and behind the camera
-Documentary-style vs. narrative horror films
-Ensuring everyone feels safe on a horror film set
-Discussing where the horror film genre will be in five years

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NARRATIVE SHORT FILM BLOCK 2 with Filmmaker Q&A, 2:30 PM to 4:30 PM (Wells Fargo Theatre)

 

ME (WITH YOU), Directed by Jim McQuaid, Caitlin Wells
STILL HERE, Directed by Kaye Tuckerman
BOW, Directed by Isaiah J Smith
TRYING, Directed by Alice Lee
CONFLICT, Directed by Chozy Aiyub, Malik J Ali
COUNTING, Directed by Sarah Young
BREAK ANY SPELL, Directed by Anton Josef

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INDIGENOUS FEATURE FILM with Filmmaker Q&A, 3 PM to 5 PM (Bank of America Theatre)

 

OYATE, Directed by Brandon Jackson, Emil Benjamin

In the wake of the Dakota Access Pipeline protests, Oyate follows the struggles

and triumphs of Indigenous activists, organizers, and politicians as they use

their newfound platform to shed light on a history of systemic oppression

and embark on the process of decolonization.

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NARRATIVE SHORT FILM BLOCK 3 with Filmmaker Q&A, 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (Bank of America Theatre)

 

HOTEL NO TELL, Directed by Devon Unrau
BLACK CREEK TRAIL, Directed by Soma Helmi
THE DEN, Directed by Jessica Aquila Cymerman
THE MARINN COMPANY, Directed by Emma Swider
WELCOME, MEGAN, Directed by Lily Richards
THE NIGHT PASSENGER, Directed by Josh Bowman

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DOCUMENTARY FEATURE FILM 5 with Filmmaker Q&A, 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM (Wells Fargo Theatre)

 

OMAR SOSA'S 88 WELL-TUNED DRUMS, Directed by Soren Sorensen

Sosa is one of the most versatile jazz artists on the scene today.

He fuses a wide range of jazz, world music, and electronic elements

with his native Afro-Cuban roots to create a fresh and original sound—

with a Latin jazz heart.

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SPECIAL FILM SHOWING – CUJO and Q&A with actress Dee Wallace and Deborah Voorhees, 8 PM to 10 PM (Bank of America Theatre)

Join us as we screen CUJO, a favorite among Dee Wallace fans,

followed by a special Q&A session afterwards with Ms. Wallace,

moderated by Deborah Voorhees.


CUJO - A friendly St. Bernard named "Cujo" contracts rabies and

conducts a reign of terror on a small American town.

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DAY 5 - Saturday, September 17, 2022

National Hispanic Cultural Center, 1701 4th St SW, Albuquerque, NM 87102

Festival Doors open at 9:00 AM.

 

CENTER STAGE CONVERSATION, 10 AM to 11:30 AM (Bank of America Theatre)

WRITING THE TV PILOT with Joshua Michael Stern

AFMX was lucky to have Josh as part of AFMX 2021’s Centerstage

Conversation series, The Art of the Showrunner. This year, Josh is

generously sharing his experiences and expertise on how to write

a TV pilot that will give you the best chance at getting into the room.

Join this informative and inspiring panel to see why Josh consistently

produces binge-worthy TV programs.  Joshua is a unique talent who

writes, directs and often self-generates financing for his projects. Jobs,

osh’s third feature film, was the Closing Night film at the Sundance Film

Festival, where it was acquired for distribution by Open Road Films and

opened nationwide. Jobs stars Ashton Kutcher, Josh Gad and J.K. Simmons.

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NARRATIVE SHORT FILM BLOCK 4 with Filmmaker Q&A, 10 AM to 12 PM (Wells Fargo Theatre)

 

MEMORY LANE, Directed by Steven LaMorte
NESHAMAH, Directed by Tony Doupe'
A BROTHER STORY, Directed by Hunter Sansone
PATRICIA SAYS GOODBYE, Directed by Colin Alistair Campbell
JETTISON, Directed by JJ Pollack
KOWALSKY, Directed by Emile V. Schlesser

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CENTER STAGE CONVERSATION, 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM (Bank of America Theatre)

INSIDE THE INSIDE PITCH with Christopher Lockhart

If you would like to submit a logline for Christopher to consider

discussing during this conversation, please complete the form here.

https://form.jotform.com/221651035932147

 

Please note: Only a limited number of loglines

will be selected for discussion.

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NARRATIVE FEATURE FILM 4 with Filmmaker Q&A, 12:30 PM to 2:30 PM (Wells Fargo Theatre)

OUT AND ABOVE, Directed by Peter Callahan

Jeff’s mind is a swirl of wandering thoughts about his life, his neighbors,

and the world around him. It’s probably a good thing that the people he

meets can’t hear them. But we can.

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CENTER STAGE CONVERSATION - Perfecting Your Pitch, 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM (Wells Fargo Theatre)

Perfecting Your Pitch is your opportunity to practice pitching stories

to Hollywood executives and producers. This panel is for educational

purposes only. Panel members are not accepting project materials

for consideration from this event. There are limited spots available. 

 

If you would like to perfect your pitch, please complete this

short form and upload your “audition” pitch here

https://form.jotform.com/221648621508153

by Saturday, August 27, 11:59 MT.

All submitters will be notified by September 2, 2022. 

 

NM Filmmakers are highly encouraged to participate in this opportunity!

Winners will receive Entertainment Partners Movie Magic Bundle and announced

at the Filmmaker's Meet and Greet on Saturday, September 17.

 

If you have questions, please contact info@afmxnm.com

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Pitch Submissions

DOCUMENTARY SHORT FILM BLOCK 4 with Filmmaker Q&A, 4:30 PM to 6:30PM (Wells Fargo Theatre)

CAMINATAS, Directed by Bennett Piscitelli
THEY SAID YOU'D NEVER DO IT, Directed by Olly Ginelli
SONGBIRDS, Directed by Dagan Beckett

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NARRATIVE FEATURE FILM 5 with Filmmaker Q&A, 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM (Bank of America Theatre)

FOLLOW HER, Directed Sylvia Caminer 

Struggling actress and moderately successful live-streaming star Jess Peters,

has found her way into the zeitgeist. By secretly filming creepy interactions

she encounters via online job listings, she uses the kinks and weirdness

of others for Internet success. For her next episode, she's hired to write

the ending of a screenplay which leads her to a cabin in the woods with Tom,

the alluring self-proclaimed screenwriter. Upon receiving the script, Jess

realizes she is the main character in the story and Tom is not at all who

he seems — this is a job experience where Jess should really be afraid.

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AFTER PARTY LIVE EVENT, 9 PM to 11 PM

Tractor Brewery - Wells Park, 1800 4th St NW, Albuquerque, NM 87102

DAY 6 - Sunday, September 18, 2022

National Hispanic Cultural Center, 1701 4th St SW, Albuquerque, NM 87102 

Festival Doors open at 9:00 AM.

FILMMAKER BRUNCH, 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM

Come visit with fellow filmmakers and guest speakers at our intimate

filmmaker brunch in the National Hispanic Cultural Center foyer.

 

NEW MEXICO MEDIA EXPO, 10 AM to 4:00 PM

CENTER STAGE CONVERSATION, 12 PM to 2 PM (Bank of America Theatre)

FROM PA TO THE DGA - GETTING IT DONE with Keynote Speaker Josh Friedman

 

Joshua Friedman, Author of “Getting It Done: The Ultimate Production

Assistant Guide” and NMMA joins AFMX for its 10th anniversary festival to

speak about becoming a successful and effective team player as a

Production Assistant in the film industry.


This manual was created by a working PA as a tutorial for those

starting out, or a reference guide for seasoned filmmakers.

Getting It Done offers information on the many departments involved

in a film production, the day-to-day operations of the set, the paperwork involved, and much more.


Over the years, Mr. Friedman grew from a Production Assistant (He wrote and published a book,

"Getting It Done: The Ultimate Production Assistant Guide") to a Union (Director's Guild of America)

Assistant Director on Feature Films and Television shows around the United States. He began

producing low-budget features in 2014 and saw a need for connection and management

throughout the entertainment industry. The future is possible.

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NEW MEXICO SHORTS FILM BLOCK with Filmmaker Q&A, 2:30 PM to 4:30 PM  (Bank of America Theatre)

THE GLASS, Directed by Rob Tobe
STALLED, Directed by Enrique Cruz Torres
ALMOST A MASTERPIECE, Directed by Robert Belinoff
UNRESOLVED PHENOMENA, Directed by Jac Roberts
SUNSHINE, Directed by Julian McLellan
BLUE BOY, Directed by Andy Kastelic

KAIROS, Directed by Matthew Evans
THE HEAVEN TRILOGY, Directed by Jac Roberts
THE MISANTROPE, Directed by Andy Kastelic

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AFMX 2022 AWARDS CEREMONY, 6 PM to 7:30 PM. By Invitation Only.

CLOSING NIGHT AFTER PARTY, 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM. Open to public. No ticket required.

M’Tucci’s – Bar Roma in Nob Hill, 3222 Central Ave SE, Albuquerque, NM 87102

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