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Friday Filmmakers Coffee - Oct 2 - 3-6pm - Rio Bravo Brewing Co. Albuquerque

October 2
Friday Filmmakers Coffee will be held this Sunday, October 2 from 3-6pm.
The location is being graciously hosted by:
1912 2nd St NW, Albuquerque, NM 87102

We will be screening part of Friday Filmmakers Club member Lieven Van Hulle’sdocumentary “The Great Organs of First Church” with our discussion on Passion and Persistence in the film industry. Located in Los Angeles, this is the largest working pipe organ in a church in the world with all ranks working and tuned. Over 20,000 pipes! Lieven has worked in L.A. in various positions on “Spider Man 3,” “Pirates of the Caribbean,” "American Crime," "Medium," “Ghost Whisperers,” “ALIAS,” “SPANGLISH,” The Missing,” and many, many other films, TV shows, and projects.
Friday Filmmakers Club Members: Free / Non-members: $10
(FF Club Annual Membership is $57 -- but for the rest of 2016, membership is only $25.)
Please RSVP
Thank you!
October 23
Friday Filmmakers Club Film Salon Celebrates Halloween with “Night of The Living Dead’s” Richard Ricci!
We’re proud to announce that one of the producers and partners of George Romero from “Night of the Living Dead,” RICHARD RICCI will be joining us on Sunday, October 23 for a discussion on the pitfalls, challenges and rewards, the making of, funny moments, and wisdom gained with our filmmakers. If you’re interested in joining the FFClub and attending, please rsvp for more details. Big THANK YOU to Lieven Van Hulle for arranging this event!
Hope we see you Sunday! 

Keep Telling Stories That Matter,

Shereen Noon
Elemental Films
(310) 497-0597

Let us know if you'll be attending this month's REEL NEW MEXICO screening of “City Slickers” on Thursday, October 13 at the La Tienda Performance Space in Eldorado. The 1991 comedy was filmed partially in New Mexico, in and around Abiquiu, Santa Fe, and the Santa Clara and Nambe Pueblos. City Slickers blends sight gags, one-liners, and sincerity, with both humor and drama arising from the characters and their situations. Mitch (Billy Crystal) is a radio station sales executive who finds himself in the throes of a mid-life crisis; accompanied by two friends, Phil (Daniel Stern) and Ed (Bruno Kirby) in the grip of similar problems, he heads to New Mexico for his birthday to participate in a two-week “vacation” cattle drive to Colorado. Reel New Mexico is the state’s only ongoing film series that showcases New Mexico made movies.  There is a suggested donation of $5 and you can bring food and beverage into the performance space from our great neighbors at the La Plancha Restaurant, right across the hall.  For more information, please call 466.1634.  We rely on your support to keep this series going! (Enter through the La Plancha Restaurant entrance, then turn left through the doors.) You may also grab a delicious dinner at the Oasis Cafe at La Tienda in the next building and/or a beer at the Santa Fe Brewing Co. Taproom to enjoy while you watch the film, if you arrive at 6pm. It's a fun night, so definitely let us know if you're going ahead of time and we'll meet you for dinner or a beer!

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