2010 Film Festival Winners

November 16, 2010

Best Feature: “The Tell Tale Heart” by Jeff Yanik

Best Short Film: “Not Human” by Arturo Portillo

Best Mini Film: “Angling” by Oscar Zamora & Victor Zeppelin

Best Documentary Feature: “In Place Out of Time” by Erin Hudson

Best Documentary Short: “Lee Belle Johnson; the Life and Times of a Cowboy Poet” by La Vern Walker

Best Mini Doc: “The Last Wild Ride” by Julie Durham

Best Actor: Stephen Brockaway “The Tell Tale Heart”

Best Supporting Actor: Angel Herrera “Not Human”

Best Actress: (tie) Kathryn Forrest “The Making Of” & Amanda Heredia “The Making Of”

Best Supporting Actress: Maria Sigmon “The Making Of”

Congratulations and Thank You to EVERYONE who entered!

Forbidden Planet Trailer

October 27, 2010

Alien Trailer

October 26, 2010

Gary Farmer and the Trouble Makers

October 25, 2010

After the Saturday films, live music by Gary Farmer and the Troublemakers will be happenin’ at the Main Street Gallery. Show starts around 8:30. Hope to see you there.


Bride of Frankenstein Trailer

Santa Sangre

October 24, 2010

A young man is confined in a mental hospital. Through a flashback we see that he was traumatized as a child, when he and his family were circus performers: he saw his father cut off the arms of his mother, a religious fanatic and leader of the heretical church of Santa Sangre (“Holy Blood”), and then commit suicide. Back in the present, he escapes and rejoins his surviving and armless mother. Against his will, he “becomes her arms” and the two undertake a grisly campaign of murder and revenge.

Website wins award

October 23, 2010

We are proud to announce that our little festival website has won a 2010 W3 Award for Visual Appeal. Hopefully this will help us get recognized and our festival will continue to grow.


2010 Schedule Announced (subject to change)

Thursday – Oct. 28: Free

28thThe Girl With the Dragon Tattoo (2009) directed by Niels Arden Oplev w Michael Nygvist & Noomi Rapace. A disgraced financial reporter and the hacker who helped bring him down are hired by a powerful industrialist to bring closure to an old murder.

Friday – Oct. 29: Free

29th – Friday Night – Alien (1979) directed by Ridley Scott w Sigourney Weaver, Tom Skerritt, John Hurt & Harry Dean Stanton. When a deep space garbage scow picks up a perfect killing organism for the ride home – problems arise. Director’s cut.

Saturday – Oct. 30: Five Dollar Day Pass

12noon – 2pm

Belly by Cecilla Rinn

2pm – 3pm

2:00 – The Telltale Heart by Jeff Yanik

2:25 – Time Travel to the Rescue by Clyde Aragon

2:30 – Cinema of Horror by Peter Kershaw

2:40 – Et Maintenant by Oscar Zamora

3pm – 5pm

3:00 – By Any Means Necessary by Brandon Chase

3:10 – Shooter by Oscar Zamora

3:20 – Not Human by Arthur Portillo

3:30 – Madness – by Arthur Portillo

3:35 – Angler by Oscar Zamora

3:40 – Sleeping to Dream by Oscar Zamora

4 pm – The Making Of by Travis Thoms

4:50 – A Chat With Death by J Hopkins

5pm – 8pm – Regional film presentation in association with The Bountiful Alliance

5:00 – Fangs & Satin – by Joe Garcia

5:10 – The Ghost in Room 310 by Denise Trochei

5:50 – Harley Paul; The Last Ride by Julie Durham

6:00 – Lee Belle Johnson by La Vern Walker

6:10 – In Place Out of Time by Errin Hudson

7:00 – Genetic Chile by Christopher Dudley

7:40 – The Next Level by Julie Durham

8:05 – awards presentation

8:30 Gary Farmer & the Troublemakers @ Main Street Gallery

Sunday October 31: Five Dollar Day Pass

Noon – The Forbidden Planet (1955) by Fred Wilcox w Walter Pigeon, Leslie Nielson & Robby the Robot. Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” manifests itself on the distant planet Altair as visitors from Earth compel a scientist to create psychic storms to protect his daughter

2:00 – The Exorcist (1971) by William Friedkin w Max von Sydow & Ellen Burstyn. An aging priest must face a much older adversary at a residence in Georgetown.

4:15 – Santa Sangre (1989) by Alejandro Jodorowsky w Axel Jodorowsky & Guy Stockwell. A young man escapes from a lunatic asylum to join his mother in a bizarre carnival sideshow act.

6:15 – The Bride of Frankenstein (1935) by James Whale w Boris Karloff, Colin Clive & Elsa Lanchester. Dr. Frankenstein’s creation returns and prevails upon the good doctor to make him a mate. What could go wrong?

See the new Ad on You Tube

October 18, 2010

also – you can find this ad randomly playing in the TV set on the website. Go to the Movie Archives. Flip the channels…

The Day Draws Near

October 16, 2010

That’s right, campers – the annual Halloween & Day of the Dead Film Festival is almost upon us. Four days of creepy film fun awaits all who seek refuge in the healing waters of Truth or Consequences, New Mexico – the only town to name itself after a television show. The weather is wonderful at this time of year, rates are affordable and the films will be weird. There will be costumes, a demonstration of the theramin (the world’s first electronic instrument), baked goods and a hot blues gig as noted actor/musician Gary Farmer brings his red hot blues band The Troublemakers down from Santa Fe. yada-yada-yada. To make a long story short; if you want the shit scared out of you – come to T or C for Halloween. Nuff said.