The View From Down Under

Okay, it’s been a while since I gave an update on the local film industry, as seen from the trenches. Hold on to your soft sticks, boys and girls, I’m about to lower the boom. If you live in southern New Mexico and have been paying any attention at all to the news, you’ve probably…… Continue reading The View From Down Under

Shooting through the Summer

Being a filmmaker means never having to say “I’m bored.” Even during the summer, when most people are planning family vacations, kicking back by a pool with a book or staking out territory in the nearest air-conditioned cineplex, most filmmakers are hard at work planning their next project and bringing their visions to life. One…… Continue reading Shooting through the Summer

Art Of Giving Back

They say home is where the heart is, but what of those who have no homes? This is a question encountered every day at Mesilla Valley Community of Hope, 999 W. Amador Ave, and its tent city annex, Camp Hope. It’s also an ever-present specter in the minds of caring individuals within the community at…… Continue reading Art Of Giving Back

Attention to the Past

History has a way of getting away from us. As a society, we tend to get so caught up in our everyday lives that we forget anything came before us and dispose of anything that we no longer find useful. Mesilla Valley Preservation, Inc., an organization dedicated to preserving the architectural legacy of southern New…… Continue reading Attention to the Past