COVID-19

Production is temporarily halted in New Mexico due to COVID-19.  The health safety of our citizens and workforce is of paramount importance, and the Governor has not yet green-lit a date for safe production resumption.  When production resumes, the New Mexico Film Office will release recommendations that have been shaped by local film industry experts and are in alignment with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers Industry-Wide Labor-Management Safety Committee Task ForceIndustry-Wide Labor-Management Safety Committee Task Force Proposed Health and Safety Guidelines for Motion Picture, Television, Streaming Productions During the COVID-19 Pandemic.  All updates will be posted here on our website and we appreciate your consideration of New Mexico – we look forward to working with you soon. 

Resources and Information for the New Mexico Film industry

“The film and television industry is important to diversify New Mexico’s economy,” Cabinet Secretary Alicia J. Keyes said. “The state is doing everything we can to find the resources to help these workers.”

“Assistance funds are in place and we want our industry workforce to be aware of what’s available and apply if they are eligible,” said New Mexico Film Office Director, Amber Dodson.

Links to resources/information

Production is temporarily halted in New Mexico due to COVID-19.  The health safety of our citizens and workforce is of paramount importance, and the Governor has not yet green-lit a date for safe production resumption.  When production resumes, the New Mexico Film Office will release recommendations that have been shaped by local film industry experts and are in alignment with the AMPTP’s “Industry-Wide Labor-Management Safety Committee Task Force Proposed Health and Safety Guidelines for Motion Picture, Television, Streaming Productions During the COVID-19 Pandemic”.  All updates will be posted here on our website and we appreciate your consideration of New Mexico – we look forward to working with you soon.