SFIFF Presents New Mexico True Shorts

Thursday, October 20, 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

The Lensic Performing Arts Center

211 W San Francisco St, Santa Fe NM 87501


General Admission | $20


Phone | (505) 469-993

Santa Fe Independent Film Festival Presents New Mexico True Shorts

Apotheosis Directed by Jane Rosemont - An old woman, recognizing her limitations and mortality, creates offspring from a lifetime of memories. The progeny are deeply flawed. She could not be more proud. https://vimeo.com/145422001

GRYGRDNS - Brocade Directed by Amy West - A provocative exploration of human connection, playing on themes of vulnerability and shame, in all there guts and glory. https://vimeo.com/177589817

Hummingbird & Crane Directed by Veronica Rodriguez - A teen birding fanatic enters the World Series of Youth Birding as the underdog. To win, she will have to overcome child prodigies, birding superstars, scheming sidekicks and her own doubt in her abilities. At the most prestigious competition in the world for young birdwatchers, which squawker will soar?

Make America Great Again Directed by Robin Holloway - Make America Great Again (MAGA) is a music video in a 1950's do-wop style that satirizes the dangerous and willfully blind nostalgia of Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign slogan. Two ladies pine for a lost age of American 'Greatness'.
Making Magic Directed by Sylvia Johnson - A behind the scenes look at what it was like to be a fly on the wall of rock and roll history.

The Last Transmission Directed by Stephen Turselli - Based on a true story about a young Cessna pilot and an aging air traffic controller whose lives collide one fateful night in and over Roswell, New Mexico. https://vimeo.com/148449590

Alfred's Late Night Directed by Nathan Hollis - Alfred, a lonely hiker, decides to spend the night in his hammock under a bridge. He quickly regrets his decision when two men try and dispose of a body in the creek he is sleeping over.