Thank you to everyone who helped make our first two Film Business Alliance launch mixers such a huge success! Our thanks especially go out to the over 500 small business owners and concerned citizens who gathered at our events at Albuquerque Studios and at Santa Fe Brewing Company!

The Alliance was also a major sponsor of the New Mexico Film Office’s Film & Media Industry Conference 2016, and wants to thank everyone who stopped by the FBANM booth.

But this is a statewide industry, with far reaching impacts, and part of our mission is to help grow the film industry in all parts of New Mexico. So we’re happy to announce our Las Cruces premiere event on Thursday, December 8 from 5:00 to 7:00. Our sponsors for this event include Film Las Cruces and the Hotel Encanto, and the fine folks at the Hotel Encanto have graciously agreed to host our event at their beautiful property as well. The event is free but everyone must register. Click here to register.

Come out and enjoy a good brew and some fine food, hear from guest speakers, learn how the Alliance plans to support and grow the film industry in New Mexico, and help us to demonstrate once again the broad coalition of small businesses, artists and skilled crew members who make up the film industry in New Mexico.

Save the date and don’t miss Part 3 of our statewide launch! Invite your friends, your family, your colleagues and your employees and make sure their voices are heard in support of this important industry. You’ll also get the scoop on the 2017 New Mexico Film & Television Sourcebook, the Alliance’s definitive producer’s guide to the New Mexico film industry, to be published in January 2017; learn about member benefits and upcoming events and seminars, and lots more.

All are welcome, but everyone must register to attend this special event. Register here or by sending an email with your name, email address, and phone number to


Date: December 8, 2016 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Place: Hotel Encanto de La Cruces (705 S. Telshor Blvd, La Cruces, NM 88011)

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