Albuquerque Film & Music Experience Presents:

New Mexico Made Movies Program:

Today (USA 2017); "Survive" by the Red Light Cameras (USA 2017); Eternity Grows (USA 2017); Pulse: The Beat of Art (USA 2017); Undying (USA 2017); OM+ME (Catharine Pilafas) (USA 2017); Mrs Murphy's Confession (USA 2016)

KiMo Theatre, 423 Central Ave NW

at KiMo Theatre

Time: 5:30pm     Day: Tuesday     Doors: 5:00pm     Ages: All Ages     Price: $7

Teen Safe Driving PSA (USA 2017)

Director: Maya Holt

 

Today (USA 2017)

A daughter's unconditional love is put to the test when her dying mother asks her to help her commit suicide.

8 min 15sec / Short / Drama /

Director:  Rebekah Wiggins

 

"Survive" by the Red Light Cameras (USA 2017)

A music video about the internal struggle of a dancer and his box. 

3 min 15 sec /  Music Video

Director:  Austin Madrid

 

Eternity Grows (USA 2017)

A music video contrasting our dreams with the realities of life.

3 min 44 sec /  Music Video

Director:  Carl Diebold

 

Pulse: The Beat of Art (USA 2017)

Artist from different realms share their love and interest for their particular art.

11 min 47 sec / Short / 

Director: Allan Stone

 

Undying (USA 2017) 

Life for a new young couple takes an unexpected turn, leaving the wife, Bree, in search of the one remaining link to her husband.

8 min 47 sec / Short / Drama

Director:  Dominique Mazire

 

OM+ME (Catharine Pilafas) (USA 2017) 

OM+ME, is a song and dance manifesto that celebrates learning how to be in the moment. 

8 min 21 sec / Short / Drama /

Director: Catharine Pilafas

 

Mrs Murphy's Confession (USA 2017) 

Unable to connect with her distant husband and eight grown children, Marjorie Murphy tries helping out at Church. She is given responsibility to prepare a group of teen drop-outs for confirmation.  Instead, a confrontation over morality presses Mrs. Murphy to articulate convictions she didn’t know she had.  This leads to a crisis of faith, and a shamefully exhilarating private moment.  A playful and distinctive short film that portrays an awkward journey, and raises taboo questions with no thought of delicacy.

25 min  / Short / Drama /

Director: Ryan Turri