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Archive: 8/6/11 – Chris Kill – “I’m Coming Home”

I’m Coming Home — a get out of jail song Live @ Low Spirits in Albuquerque, NM — 8/6/11. http://www.ChrisKill.com Chris Kill – Guitar, Vocal Kirk Clark – Bass, Vocal Kurt Oelsner – Drums Live audio by Jorge Ripley (Believe it. Or not) Video by Dan Otero New Mexico Digital – NM-Digital.com \m/

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The Troll’s Demise – A cave fable

The Troll’s Demise is a cave fable by Dan Otero. This short film chronicles the last hours of the Tall True Tree Troll, as he’s turned to stone by Trogla, a stone golem of the northern New Mexico Lapidolite mine. Caught up in the saga is professor Roberts, a UNM geology professor touring and discussing … Continue reading »

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Archive: Edward James Olmos in Española, NM – 3/15/02

Amigos!  DanO here. I was digging thru the New Mexico Digital archive, and found an article I wrote on the Ides of March, back in ’02. This was during the the thick of filming Zen & the Asteroid with NMD co-founder Javier Arellano, when we had the opportunity to meet and speak with Edward James … Continue reading »

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Archive: F.F.A.A.T protest – Santa Fe Film Festival – 12/4/05

Fairness for Androids and Trolls – FFAAT From the NMD archives comes this gem: A mock protest at the ’05 Santa Fe Film Festival box office to protest the movie Zen & the Asteroid for it’s unfair use of Troll and Android labor. Ha! Featuring the creative forces of Gene Torres, Justin Marley, Wil Albarez, … Continue reading »

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Cielito Lindo by Las Meganenas

Cielito Lindo: Performed by Las Meganenas as part of a performance of Rio de Lagrimas, a sixty minute trilingual (Spanish, English and Nahuatl) piece written by Soledad Marjon-Hindi and scored by Vivian Fernanadez Continue reading »

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