Wednesday, January 25, 2012

NMWIF Panel has been moved to a new location

Due to large demand the NMWIF panel has been moved to a new location, it will now be held at the
State Land Office, 310 Old Santa Fe Trail (corner of Alameda and Old Santa Fe Trail)

NMWIF hosts a PRE Film  & Media Day event Jan. 31st. 

SANTA FE, NM - NM Women In Film (“NMWIF”), a non-profit chapter organization dedicated to supporting women’s achievement in film and television, 
is hosting a pre-Film & Media Day  panel discussion featuring our hometown heroes of Sundance, Alicia Keyes- producer of “Goats, ” and  Chad Burris – producer of “Mosquita y Mari”. There will be a discussion and Q & A on how Alicia and Chad put together the financial packages for their respective films.  Also featured will be several state legislators from both Houses and both parties discussing the upcoming legislative session and exploring possible ways the state can help NM film makers. It will be an evening of information and empowerment.
Esteemed Panelists Include:
Senator Tim Keller
Representative Brian Egoff 
Representative Al Park
Senator  Sue Wilson Beffort
Alicia J. Keyes, Producer-“Blaze You Out
Chad Burris, "Mosquita y Mari"

6:00PM-6:30PM Mix and mingle
6:45PM-8:30PM Panel presentation with Q & A
8:30PM- 9:00PM  Wrap-up and more mingling!
Event is free to NMWIF members- $15 for non-members.

Due to high interest, the event has been moved to the State Land Office on the corner of Alameda and Old Santa Fe Trail. Please RSVP if you can to:

NMWIF is a 501c3 organization, a New Mexico-based outreach network committed to the professional development and achievement of women in film and television through mentorship, networking, education and community.  For more information about NMWIF or this event, please contact Lora Cunningham, NMWIF Board Member and Press Chair, at (323)630-3133 or

No comments:

Post a Comment