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The New Mexico Film Office Announces Successful Outlaw, a New Documentary to Begin Filming in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces Infraction, Has Completed Production in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces Dispatch has Begun Production in New Mexico


Jocelyn Jansons Selected as Inaugural Participant of The
NBCUniversal New Mexico Directors Initiative


New Mexico Film Office Reveals an Estimated $623 Million in Direct
Spend for Fiscal Year 2021, Breaking All Previous Records


The New Mexico Film Office Announces Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Utilizing
New Mexico Locations for Visual Effects


The New Mexico Film Office Announces Billy Talent – The Final Chapters,
Has Completed Production in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces The Artist, A Multimedia Production by Electric Playhouse Inc.,


The New Mexico Film Office Announces Production for Flamin’ Hot in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces Frybread Face & Me is Currently in Production in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces a New Documentary to Begin Filming in New Mexico


New Mexico Film Office Announces Two Multimedia Productions are Being Produced in New Mexico by Local Creative Technology Company, Ideum Inc.


The New Mexico Film Office Announces Belly Encounters has Wrapped Production in New Mexico


NBCUniversal Officially Opens its New Mexico Production Facility


The New Mexico Film Office Announces What Do You Think? a Multimedia Production by Ideum, Inc.


The New Mexico Film Office Announces the Production The Life You’re Given


The New Mexico Film Office Announces End of the Road has Begun Production in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces a New Television Series, American Migrant Workers, to Begin Production in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces a New Television Series, Behind the Yellow House, has Begun Production in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces Two Short Films Being Produced in New Mexico


New Mexico Based Creative Technology Company, Ideum Inc., Produces Several Multimedia Productions in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces Video Game Xenotheria is Developed in New Mexico


New Mexico Makes an Elite List of Top Economic Development Projects

Netflix studio expansion named one of the most impactful projects


The New Mexico Film Office Announces 2 Productions Recently Filmed In New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces an American Automobile Commercial Has Completed Production in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces When You Finish Saving The World Has Completed Production in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces Surrounded,
produced by BRON Studios’ BlackHand Pictures, Mandalay Pictures, and 3.16 Productions, has completed principal
photography in New Mexico 


The New Mexico Film Office Launches New Production Accounting and Payroll Training Program


The New Mexico Film Office Announces the Production Dig Has Begun Filming in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces Outer Range, An Amazon Original Series, is Currently in Production in New Mexico


Holiday in Santa Fe has begun filming in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces Dr. Death a UCP Production Has Begun Filming in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces Cry Macho, A Clint Eastwood Film, Wraps Production in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces 3 Multi-Media Productions Filmed In New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces 7 Productions Filmed In New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces “Better Call Saul” Filming its Sixth and Final Season in New Mexico


Beauty, The Educational Turkey Vulture, Lands Role in New Mexico Production Cop Shop


The New Mexico Film Office Announces Three Productions Recently Filmed in New Mexico


Five New Mexico Film Programs Receive Funding from Better Call Saul Through the New Mexico Film Office Giveback Program


Albuquerque and Santa Fe Top MovieMaker Magazine’s Best Places to Live and Work as a MovieMaker


The New Mexico Film Office Launches New Intimacy Coordinator Training Program


Netflix Plans to Boost New Mexico Presence with Expansion of ABQ Studios


New Mexico Film Office Announces Four Productions Filming in New Mexico


Five Production Support Businesses Expand to Support New Mexico’s Film Industry


New Mexico Film Office Supports Training Program for Background Actors


New Mexico Film Office Lists Halloween Themed Film and Television Productions Shot In New Mexico


New Mexico’s Film Crew Advancement Program Provides Training to New Mexico’s Film Crew


The New Mexico Film Office Announces “Roswell, New Mexico” Season 3 to Begin Filming in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces “THEM” has Completed Principal Photography in New Mexico


New Mexico Film Office Announces “The Harder They Fall” to Begin Filming in New Mexico


ABQ Sunport, New Mexico Film Office, Debut Interactive Kiosk


New Mexico Film Community Takes the New Mexico Safe Promise


Film Schools Across New Mexico Receive Funding Through
New Mexico Film Office’s Giveback Program


Long-Time New Mexico Resident and Author Max Evans Leaves Behind A Legacy


The National Museum of the American Indian Presents a Native Cinema Showcase Selection at the 2020 Virtual Indian Market

 


Employers Required to Disclose Positive Cases to the State


Film Industry Soars to No. 3 in Favorability

Annual survey finds broad support for film and television


Gov. Lujan Grisham Announces Film Council Members

James Gollin will serve as Chair


New Mexico Film Office Highlights Financial Assistance for Film Workers

Netflix pitches in $100 million for assistance


The New Mexico Film Office Announces
“Legacy of the Fighting Filipinos” to complete post-production in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces “The Cleaning Lady” Pilot to Film in New Mexico

The New Mexico State Film Office today announced that the television pilot “The Cleaning Lady,” produced by Warner Bros. Television/4423 Productions LLC for FOX, will film in Albuquerque and Algodones between mid March and early April 2020.

Miranda Kwok (“The 100”) wrote the pilot and will executive produce along with showrunner Melissa Carter (“Queen Sugar,” “Stargirl”), Shay Mitchell (“Pretty Little Liars”), Rose Marie Vega and Paola Suarez. Michael Offer (“Longmire,” “Homeland”) will direct and executive produce the pilot.

The production is employing approximately 120 New Mexico crew members, 20 principal New Mexico actors, and 500 New Mexico background talent.

Shannyn Sossamon (“Sleepy Hollow,” “Wayward Pines”) stars as Reyna, a whip-smart Filipina doctor who comes to the U.S. in hopes of getting medical treatment for her critically ill son. But when the system fails and pushes her into hiding, she becomes an on-call “cleaning lady” for the mob. “The Cleaning Lady” is a darkly aspirational character drama about one woman’s refusal to be marginalized and abused by corrupt systems of power and follows her rise as she starts playing the game by her own rules.

For more information, contact: cleaningladypoc@gmail.com.


Hot Spots Event Set to Shine Light on New Mexico Film Industry

New Mexico is at the front and center of the film industry next week as Deadline Hollywood’s Hot Spots conference will be in Albuquerque for its first-ever event that features prime filming locations outside Hollywood.

The event runs March 8-9 at Hotel Chaco, tickets and registration is required.

Some of the attendees will also enjoy tours of location spots throughout Albuquerque and Santa Fe. Representatives from Albuquerque, Las Cruces, and Santa Fe will be on hand to explain the benefits of filmmaking in New Mexico.

One session is titled, “New Mexico: World-Class Crew Base Largest Between the Coasts” another on “New Mexico Film Locations: Diverse. Accessible, Fresh.”

“The fact that Deadline has chosen New Mexico for its first-ever Hot Spot networking conference is a big recognition of everything Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham and the state has done to develop the industry,” said Economic Development Department Cabinet Secretary Alicia J. Keyes said. “The conference will highlight our trained crews, quality studios, diverse locations and the ecosystem we are building for film and television.”

Keyes and Carrie Wells, New Mexico Film Office Deputy Director, will lead a March 9, discussion, “New Mexico: It’s Where It’s at,” which will give an overview of tax incentives and other resources for filming in New Mexico.

Also on Monday, Senior Manager of Operations & Workforce Development Programs at NMFO, Rochelle Bussey, will be joining a panel discussion titled “Diversity & Inclusion in New Mexico.”

Other topics to be covered during the 2-day event include New Mexico’s crew base, casting, production support industries, elevating New Mexico’s talent, and more.

Speakers also include Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller; Netflix VPs Momita Sengupta and Patty Whitcher; Former Albuquerque Film Office Liaison and incoming state Film Office Director Amber Dodson; and actors Rhea Seehorn and Patrick Fabian (“Better Call Saul”), Ronnie Gene Blevins (“Death In Texas”), Heather Hemmens (“Roswell, New Mexico”), and RJ Mitte (“Breaking Bad”).

Brian O’Leary from NBCUniversal & Vans Stevenson from the Motion Picture Association will deliver the keynote speech on Monday afternoon.

“Deadline Hollywood is thrilled to debut our new Hot Spots conference series in Albuquerque,” Stacey Farish, General Manager of Deadline Hollywood said. “Hot Spots is all about shining a light on Hollywood filming locations outside of Hollywood. And we think there is no better place to launch this exciting new event than New Mexico. Deadline chose New Mexico because the entertainment industry is already booming, and we believe there is tremendous potential for continued growth,” Farish said.

For a full list of speakers, schedule, registration, and other information about the Deadline Hollywood’s Hot Spot Conference, visit hotspots.deadline.com/


The New Mexico Film Office Announces “US Eagle CU Commercial” filmed in New Mexico

The New Mexico Film Office announced today that the commercial “US Eagle CU Commercial” produced by US Eagle / First Eye Films INC. filmed a commercial in Albuquerque, NM.

The production employed approximately 20 New Mexico crew members, 12 New Mexico principal actors and 12 New Mexico background talent.

The commercial was written and directed by marketing veteran John Kenjar and lensed by Brad Morford, 30-year commercial DP. Produced by John Kenjar and Reinhard Lorenz.

The commercial will promote the new checking benefits with US Eagle Credit Union.

For more information, contact: info@firsteyefilm.com.


New Mexico Film Office and NBCUniversal Partner on Directing Initiative

Program aims to grow state’s film and TV workforce


Amber Dodson Named New Director of State Film Office

Amber Dodson, the City of Albuquerque’s Film Liaison, has been named the new Director of the New Mexico Film Office, Economic Development Department Cabinet Secretary Alicia J. Keyes announced today.

Dodson will assume the position on March 9.

Dodson has over 20 years of professional experience in the entertainment, media and tech industries, both in the private and public sectors.

Since being appointed as Film Liaison by Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller, the Albuquerque Film Office has seen record-breaking growth in film and television production. In the past year, the city issued a record 448 film permits in 2019 and ushered in work from the new Netflix and NBCUniversal Albuquerque studios.

During her tenure at the Film Office, Albuquerque was ranked #1 by MovieMaker Magazine for “Best Place to Live and Work as a MovieMaker: Big Cities” for two consecutive years, and was chosen by Deadline as its inaugural location for the international “HotSpots” event series. Dodson also launched initiatives to increase diversity and local engagement in the film industry, streamline and digitize film permitting, expand resources for local businesses, and connect residents to job opportunities on productions.

Cabinet Secretary Keyes said that Dodson has the leadership qualities that will put the New Mexico Film Office at the forefront of customer service and innovation.

“New Mexico has become a world-class production destination and Amber Dodson has shown she has the skills and vision to lead the Film Office as it takes on new challenges to be the best in the industry,” Keyes said.

Prior to being Film Liaison, Dodson worked in Hollywood in film production, business development, and marketing and advertising. She has a bachelor’s degree in history from Colorado College.

“I am excited to implement my hands-on industry knowledge and my experience in government and collaborate with the great team already in place at the New Mexico Film Office to showcase New Mexico and all we have to offer,” Dodson said.

Dodson replaces Todd Christensen, a long-time locations manager, who is returning to the private sector.


The New Mexico Film Office Announces “Grace” filmed in New Mexico

1/28/20 – The New Mexico State Film Office today announced that the independent feature, “Grace” produced by GracetheMovie, LLC, filmed in November 2019 thru December 2019, in Albuquerque.  The production employed approximately 70 New Mexico crew members, 28 New Mexico actors, and 50 New Mexico background talent.  The feature was directed and produced by Anna Elizabeth James (“Emma’s Chance,” “Destined to Ride”) under her Kiss and Tale Productions banner.  Starring Dermot Mulroney (“My Best Friend’s Wedding,”“August: Osage County”), Kristin Davis (“Sex in the City,” “Holiday in the Wild”) and Greer Grammer (“Awkward” and “The Middle”).  “Grace” is the story of a bestselling female novelist, suffering from writer’s block, who hires an innocent young woman to watch over her twin children. As the novelist dangerously indulges in her new best seller, the line between the life she’s writing and the one she’s living becomes blurred. For more information, contact: gracethemovie2019@gmail.com.


“News of the World” filming in New Mexico

Tom Hanks returns to state as co-producer and actor


“The Biggest Loser” producing in New Mexico


“The Minuteman” to film in New Mexico

Liam Neeson Stars in Border Drama


Taxation and Revenue Department Creates Qualified Film Vendor Certification Program


“Barb and Star Go To Vista Del Mar” films in New Mexico


“Keyhole Garden” to film in New Mexico


“Roswell” Season 2 films in New Mexico


“Army of the Dead” films in New Mexico


“Wander” begins filming in Lincoln County; New tax-credit law encourages rural production locations


“HALF BROTHERS” FEATURE STARTS PRODUCTION IN NEW MEXICO FOR FOCUS FEATURES

Mexican star Luis Gerardo Méndez leads the cast of the heartfelt comedy directed by Luke Greenfield


The New Mexico Film Office Announces that “Grow” has filmed in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces “Houseboat Amazon: Search for a Missing Monkey” to film in New Mexico


“THOSE WHO WISH ME DEAD” HAS WRAPPED PRINCIPAL PHOTOGRAPHY ON LOCATION IN NEW MEXICO

State provides “the rugged scope” story demands


The New Mexico Film Office Announces “Sierra Sisters The Hunt for Blackbeard’s Treasure” to film in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces USA Network’s “Briarpatch” to film in New Mexico


NBCUniversal Announces Major Albuquerque Production Venture


The New Mexico Film Office Announces“Silk Road” to film in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces “Land of Dreams” to film in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces “Lucid” to film in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces “Does Your Heart Break?” to film in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces “Shelby Shack” to film in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces “The Comeback Trail” to film in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces Amblin Partners’ “Bios” wrapped filming in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces “Who Stole the Tasmanian Devils?” to film in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces the multimedia project “Meow Wolf Outside” in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces the multimedia project “Meow Wolf Companion App” in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces the multimedia project “Meow Wolf Portal” in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces “The Au Pair” to film in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces the Next Chapter in The Jumanji Franchise has filmed in New Mexico on the Navajo Nation


The New Mexico Film Office Announces that “Breathe” has filmed in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces “Meow Wolf Las Vegas” to film in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces “Meow Wolf LIVE”  to film in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces “Manson Brothers Midnight Zombie Massacre”  to film in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces “Legacy of the Fighting Filipinos” to complete post-production in New Mexico

The New Mexico State Film Office today announced that the documentary, “Legacy of the Fighting Filipinos,” produced by ätɘr+flix and Tuck and Roll Productions is filming in Washington, D.C., Denver, CO, San Francisco, CA, White Sands Missile Range, NM, Philippine Islands between November 2018 to April 2020. Post-production will take place in Albuquerque in April through November.

Directed by T.S. Botkin (directorial debut) and produced by T.S. Botkin (“Her Turf,” “Mary Janes: The Women of Weed”) and Amanda Upson (“Magnum Opus”), the production is employing approximately 8 New Mexico crew members.

“Legacy of the Fighting Filipinos” is the story of Filipino soldiers and guerrillas who were conscripted into the US Army during WWII, then declared “not on active duty” via the Rescission Acts of 1946, and are still fighting for recognition and restitution.

Director T.S. Botkin stated “When I first heard about this story, I was struck by my own ignorance of WWII history in the Philippines. Then I learned of the depth of the US’ betrayal of its own soldiers. It’s a betrayal Congress easily doled out in 1940’s on people of color, and it’s unacceptable that the betrayal continues today. As an American, I cannot not swallow this as part of our collective identity. I mean, is this really who we are as a people?”

For more information, contact: fightingfilipinosdoc@gmail.com.


The New Mexico Film Office Announces “The Cleaning Lady” Pilot to Film in New Mexico

The New Mexico State Film Office today announced that the television pilot “The Cleaning Lady,” produced by Warner Bros. Television/4423 Productions LLC for FOX, will film in Albuquerque and Algodones between mid March and early April 2020.

Miranda Kwok (“The 100”) wrote the pilot and will executive produce along with showrunner Melissa Carter (“Queen Sugar,” “Stargirl”), Shay Mitchell (“Pretty Little Liars”), Rose Marie Vega and Paola Suarez. Michael Offer (“Longmire,” “Homeland”) will direct and executive produce the pilot.

The production is employing approximately 120 New Mexico crew members, 20 principal New Mexico actors, and 500 New Mexico background talent.

Shannyn Sossamon (“Sleepy Hollow,” “Wayward Pines”) stars as Reyna, a whip-smart Filipina doctor who comes to the U.S. in hopes of getting medical treatment for her critically ill son. But when the system fails and pushes her into hiding, she becomes an on-call “cleaning lady” for the mob. “The Cleaning Lady” is a darkly aspirational character drama about one woman’s refusal to be marginalized and abused by corrupt systems of power and follows her rise as she starts playing the game by her own rules.

For more information, contact: cleaningladypoc@gmail.com.


Hot Spots Event Set to Shine Light on New Mexico Film Industry

New Mexico is at the front and center of the film industry next week as Deadline Hollywood’s Hot Spots conference will be in Albuquerque for its first-ever event that features prime filming locations outside Hollywood.

The event runs March 8-9 at Hotel Chaco, tickets and registration is required.

Some of the attendees will also enjoy tours of location spots throughout Albuquerque and Santa Fe. Representatives from Albuquerque, Las Cruces, and Santa Fe will be on hand to explain the benefits of filmmaking in New Mexico.

One session is titled, “New Mexico: World-Class Crew Base Largest Between the Coasts” another on “New Mexico Film Locations: Diverse. Accessible, Fresh.”

“The fact that Deadline has chosen New Mexico for its first-ever Hot Spot networking conference is a big recognition of everything Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham and the state has done to develop the industry,” said Economic Development Department Cabinet Secretary Alicia J. Keyes said. “The conference will highlight our trained crews, quality studios, diverse locations and the ecosystem we are building for film and television.”

Keyes and Carrie Wells, New Mexico Film Office Deputy Director, will lead a March 9, discussion, “New Mexico: It’s Where It’s at,” which will give an overview of tax incentives and other resources for filming in New Mexico.

Also on Monday, Senior Manager of Operations & Workforce Development Programs at NMFO, Rochelle Bussey, will be joining a panel discussion titled “Diversity & Inclusion in New Mexico.”

Other topics to be covered during the 2-day event include New Mexico’s crew base, casting, production support industries, elevating New Mexico’s talent, and more.

Speakers also include Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller; Netflix VPs Momita Sengupta and Patty Whitcher; Former Albuquerque Film Office Liaison and incoming state Film Office Director Amber Dodson; and actors Rhea Seehorn and Patrick Fabian (“Better Call Saul”), Ronnie Gene Blevins (“Death In Texas”), Heather Hemmens (“Roswell, New Mexico”), and RJ Mitte (“Breaking Bad”).

Brian O’Leary from NBCUniversal & Vans Stevenson from the Motion Picture Association will deliver the keynote speech on Monday afternoon.

“Deadline Hollywood is thrilled to debut our new Hot Spots conference series in Albuquerque,” Stacey Farish, General Manager of Deadline Hollywood said. “Hot Spots is all about shining a light on Hollywood filming locations outside of Hollywood. And we think there is no better place to launch this exciting new event than New Mexico. Deadline chose New Mexico because the entertainment industry is already booming, and we believe there is tremendous potential for continued growth,” Farish said.

For a full list of speakers, schedule, registration, and other information about the Deadline Hollywood’s Hot Spot Conference, visit hotspots.deadline.com/


The New Mexico Film Office Announces “US Eagle CU Commercial” filmed in New Mexico

The New Mexico Film Office announced today that the commercial “US Eagle CU Commercial” produced by US Eagle / First Eye Films INC. filmed a commercial in Albuquerque, NM.

The production employed approximately 20 New Mexico crew members, 12 New Mexico principal actors and 12 New Mexico background talent.

The commercial was written and directed by marketing veteran John Kenjar and lensed by Brad Morford, 30-year commercial DP. Produced by John Kenjar and Reinhard Lorenz.

The commercial will promote the new checking benefits with US Eagle Credit Union.

For more information, contact: info@firsteyefilm.com.


New Mexico Film Office and NBCUniversal Partner on Directing Initiative

Program aims to grow state’s film and TV workforce


Amber Dodson Named New Director of State Film Office

Amber Dodson, the City of Albuquerque’s Film Liaison, has been named the new Director of the New Mexico Film Office, Economic Development Department Cabinet Secretary Alicia J. Keyes announced today.

Dodson will assume the position on March 9.

Dodson has over 20 years of professional experience in the entertainment, media and tech industries, both in the private and public sectors.

Since being appointed as Film Liaison by Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller, the Albuquerque Film Office has seen record-breaking growth in film and television production. In the past year, the city issued a record 448 film permits in 2019 and ushered in work from the new Netflix and NBCUniversal Albuquerque studios.

During her tenure at the Film Office, Albuquerque was ranked #1 by MovieMaker Magazine for “Best Place to Live and Work as a MovieMaker: Big Cities” for two consecutive years, and was chosen by Deadline as its inaugural location for the international “HotSpots” event series. Dodson also launched initiatives to increase diversity and local engagement in the film industry, streamline and digitize film permitting, expand resources for local businesses, and connect residents to job opportunities on productions.

Cabinet Secretary Keyes said that Dodson has the leadership qualities that will put the New Mexico Film Office at the forefront of customer service and innovation.

“New Mexico has become a world-class production destination and Amber Dodson has shown she has the skills and vision to lead the Film Office as it takes on new challenges to be the best in the industry,” Keyes said.

Prior to being Film Liaison, Dodson worked in Hollywood in film production, business development, and marketing and advertising. She has a bachelor’s degree in history from Colorado College.

“I am excited to implement my hands-on industry knowledge and my experience in government and collaborate with the great team already in place at the New Mexico Film Office to showcase New Mexico and all we have to offer,” Dodson said.

Dodson replaces Todd Christensen, a long-time locations manager, who is returning to the private sector.


The New Mexico Film Office Announces “Grace” filmed in New Mexico

1/28/20 – The New Mexico State Film Office today announced that the independent feature, “Grace” produced by GracetheMovie, LLC, filmed in November 2019 thru December 2019, in Albuquerque.  The production employed approximately 70 New Mexico crew members, 28 New Mexico actors, and 50 New Mexico background talent.  The feature was directed and produced by Anna Elizabeth James (“Emma’s Chance,” “Destined to Ride”) under her Kiss and Tale Productions banner.  Starring Dermot Mulroney (“My Best Friend’s Wedding,”“August: Osage County”), Kristin Davis (“Sex in the City,” “Holiday in the Wild”) and Greer Grammer (“Awkward” and “The Middle”).  “Grace” is the story of a bestselling female novelist, suffering from writer’s block, who hires an innocent young woman to watch over her twin children. As the novelist dangerously indulges in her new best seller, the line between the life she’s writing and the one she’s living becomes blurred. For more information, contact: gracethemovie2019@gmail.com.


“News of the World” filming in New Mexico

Tom Hanks returns to state as co-producer and actor


“The Biggest Loser” producing in New Mexico


“The Minuteman” to film in New Mexico

Liam Neeson Stars in Border Drama


Taxation and Revenue Department Creates Qualified Film Vendor Certification Program


“Barb and Star Go To Vista Del Mar” films in New Mexico


“Keyhole Garden” to film in New Mexico


“Roswell” Season 2 films in New Mexico


“Army of the Dead” films in New Mexico


“Wander” begins filming in Lincoln County; New tax-credit law encourages rural production locations


“HALF BROTHERS” FEATURE STARTS PRODUCTION IN NEW MEXICO FOR FOCUS FEATURES

Mexican star Luis Gerardo Méndez leads the cast of the heartfelt comedy directed by Luke Greenfield


The New Mexico Film Office Announces that “Grow” has filmed in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces “Houseboat Amazon: Search for a Missing Monkey” to film in New Mexico


“THOSE WHO WISH ME DEAD” HAS WRAPPED PRINCIPAL PHOTOGRAPHY ON LOCATION IN NEW MEXICO

State provides “the rugged scope” story demands


The New Mexico Film Office Announces “Sierra Sisters The Hunt for Blackbeard’s Treasure” to film in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces USA Network’s “Briarpatch” to film in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces “Silk Road” to film in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces “Land of Dreams” to film in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces “Lucid” to film in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces “Does Your Heart Break?” to film in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces “Shelby Shack” to film in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces “The Comeback Trail” to film in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces Amblin Partners’ “Bios” wrapped filming in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces “Who Stole the Tasmanian Devils?” to film in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces the multimedia project “Meow Wolf Outside” in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces the multimedia project “Meow Wolf Companion App” in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces the multimedia project “Meow Wolf Portal” in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces “The Au Pair” to film in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces the Next Chapter in The Jumanji Franchise has filmed in New Mexico on the Navajo Nation


The New Mexico Film Office Announces that “Breathe” has filmed in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces “Meow Wolf Las Vegas” to film in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces “Meow Wolf LIVE”  to film in New Mexico


The New Mexico Film Office Announces “Manson Brothers Midnight Zombie Massacre”  to film in New Mexico


Netflix Announces Plans to Open New U.S. Production Hub in Albuquerque
Global entertainment service will invest $1 billion to boost New Mexico’s economy