The 19th Annual Santa Fe Film Festival is right around the corner and early bird passes are on sale to access screenings, parties and more.
NaNi Rivera, chair of the festival visited the set of New Mexico to discuss the highlights of the event.
The Santa Fe Film festival celebrates local films but also plays a variety of international films, documentaries, and shorts. The festival was recently moved to February in order to correlate with the legislative session which opens up the discussion for film incentives and the New Mexico film industry.
Early Bird Passes are only $100 access to over 100 screenings panels, parties and more. All individual tickets are $10 for everything. This year celebrates the 50th Anniversary of “Easy Rider” with a Harley Davison at the State Capital.
International films, documentaries, shorts and some of our highlights like “Sisters of Cinema” “Spotlight on NM Shorts” and the “LGBTQ+” films are some of the programs we will continue to showcase.
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