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Albuquerque, NM June 23, 2017. The New Mexico Film Foundation (NMFF) is holding its annual Summer Soiree fundraiser on Saturday, July 22nd, from 5:30-9 pm, at I-25 Studios where such hit movies as Preacher, Good Kill and The Space Between Us were created. This will be a modern Hollywood themed evening, complete with tons of wild and whacky movie props and the chance for anyone who purchases a ticket to be in a traditional cowboy scene photo shoot. Tickets are $25 with a valid Student ID, $60 per person and $100 per couple. Purchase at http://www.nmfilmfoundation.org/2017-summer-soiree-fundraiser/

What: New Mexico Film Foundation Summer Soiree Fundraiser
When: July 22, 2017 5:30pm to 9:00pm
Where: I-25 Studio, 9201 Pan American Fwy NE, Albuquerque, NM 87113
(505) 822-7115
There will be fabulous food stations from local restaurants. Tractor Brewing will be serving beverages at the cash bar and live piano music by Mr. Daniel Cummings and movie music themes spun by DJ Patricio will keep you entertained. Hear Kitty Studios which provides sound post production to all the major films, and is located at I-25 Studio will be open for people to see what owners Tor Kingdon and Kathleen Edwards do.

The night kicks off with the high energy "Art for a Cause" painting troupe "Art Fusion", who will create live works, which will be raffled off during the night. Guests will also have the chance to be in a Western Cowgirl or Cowboy still photo (complete with costume and gear!), peruse beautiful silent auction items including original cels from the animated film Lord of the Rings, signed by the filmmaker Ralph Bakshi, custome hand made western belt buckles, and a Longmire poster signed by the cast.

This event is your opportunity to support New Mexican independent filmmakers and strengthen their future. Do not miss the year's biggest event that generates support for filmmakers throughout our state.

http://www.i-25studios.com/

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