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Jan Wafful, Film Liaison
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Desert Light Event Organizers Presented With Check
Jesse Casto, second from left, presents the Desert Light event organizers with a $2,500 check on behalf of the J.C. Penney foundation. Organizers include Dr. Cheri Jimeno, president of NMSU-Alamogordo, left, Bryan Yancey, ProTech division head Joan Griggs, Jan Wafful, Otero County Economic Development Council Executive Director, Mike Espiritu, and Dr. Bruce Martin, volunteer. The Desert Light Film Festival is scheduled for April 25.

 

White Sands International Film Festival 08’
Offers High School Competition

The White Sands International Film Festival is, as part of its schedule of events, offering a High School Competition with deadline for submissions on December 23, 2007. This is open to anybody at high school level and from anywhere in the world. It is also open to all types of film incorporating a dynamic story line.
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2008 White Sands International Film
Festival Update - Passes Now Available

For its fourth year, The White Sands International Film Festival (WSIFF) offers a uniquely diverse program of cinema, panels, and workshops. Set in Alamogordo with some events in Ruidoso, it promises to draw a widespread audience from El Paso to Albuquerque and all of southern New Mexico. This year it features innovative films from American and Latino artists of distinction. It screens movies in several competitive categories—narrative and documentary, long and short.

The festival’s unique appeals are its geographic location and cultural heritage. Events occur at three venues, the new Allen Theater complex and the Space History Museum in Alamogordo, plus the Spencer Theatre in Ruidoso/Alto. The Festival also invites attendees to enjoy the beautiful country, facilities, and pursuits that grace southern New Mexico. The proximity of Alamogordo and Las Cruces to Mexico establishes one of its important aims: the encouragement of artistic exchange between filmmakers and audiences in the United States and Mexico.
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