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bursting at the seams at Santa Fe Studios
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“The life span of a feature film is about 90 days. That can mean anywhere from $1 million to $100 million to the economy.”



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Mayor of Santa Fe Javier Gonzales talks with Eric Witt from the Santa Fe Film Office about the genesis of the film industry in Santa Fe and where it is headed to.

https://soundcloud.com/user-280274892/200-lincoln-episode-3

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congrats to Hell or High Water on the 4 Oscar nominations! Proudly made in New Mexico.


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“This ranking is as much a recognition of the outstanding quality of life here as it is the actual amount of production”


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Our lovely Santa Fe is ranked as a top town for movie-makers by MovieMaker Magazine!


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some insight into the over 100-year history of film in New Mexico...


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"Santa Fe County and City’s cinematic resources are operating at nearly full capacity."


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More than just sunsets lured the new Santa Fe Studios director of operations


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Movies and shows made in New Mexico making big waves on this year's awards scenes!

Congratulations to all the local artists and union crews who worked on these productions!

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