NEW MEXICO ZIA SHOWCASE
Keynote speaker LUKE MATHENY will kick off this program with a talk “The Short Road to Oscar’s House” followed by a screening of his Oscar winning short film “God of Love” This will be followed by spotlighting and screening all of our accepted and talented New Mexico filmmakers’ films
ALL FILMMAKERS IN ATTENDANCE
Rebellion World Premiere
Stephen Burhoe, Drama 5:15
What we do reflects on others around us.
Ilana Lapid, Drama 10:22
Grieving her husband’s death, a farm worker becomes La Catrina, the Dia De Los Muertos figure of death, and journeys towards him through the landscape of the harvest.
Brian Delate, Drama 15:00
When starting over needs a jump start. Its a coming of age story for women over 50.
Aaron Alexander, Drama 8:12
A mothers deep fear is confirmed when her child is kidnapped.
Kendra Tuthill, Comedy 14:00 World Premiere
Sometimes the only way to find yourself is to find the beastly critter within.
Caitlin Stuart, Drama 9:53 World Premiere
The night before leaving to Italy, Alessandra reevaluates her existence and current relationship with her boyfriend when she meets an intriguing woman.
Shredder & Sativa: A Love Story World Premiere
Toby Younis, Documentary 8:04
Robert and Raymond, a gay married couple, face the challenge of normalcy with the help of their performance art.
Alejandro Montoya, Drama 10:52 World Premiere
Jim was just fired and dumped, and it’s only 10 am.
Shadows of Waste
Holly Adams, OOTO 4:04
An existential walk through time.
Jennie Crystle, Comedy 14:46
On a Monday morning gone wrong, a creative mother of a hectic family, and corporate manager, is challenged to pitch a big contract to her company. After overcoming hilarious obstacles before work, she discovers the support she needs for success has been there all along.
Delivery From Earth
Michael Becker, Drama 6:30
A Science-fiction short film about the birth of the first human on Mars, told from the perspective of a Navajo family living in Gallup, New Mexico.
Lightning In The Hand
Joey Grossfield, Drama 16:00
The Apache say it is better to have less thunder in the mouth and more lightning in the hand.
Cond|Essence – Kailani Mayer – Ep. 2
Jacquelyn Cordova, Documentary 9:00
An exploration of seeking “SAME but DIFFERENT” through film.