Bernalillo County – In the spirit of the New Mexico Centennial celebration, Bernalillo County Open Space and the Hubbell House Alliance have teamed up to present Cien Años Después en Cine, or 100 Years Later in Film. The public is invited to bring their picnic baskets and blankets to this outdoor screening of contemporary films created by local producers. The featured films offer visual expressions of culture, traditions, and history of New Mexico’s rural communities.
The evening’s three featured films include:
· “Land Water People Time” by Cynthia J. Gomez, David Lindblom and Daniel Valerio. This documentary
film is about cultural and environmental preservation and loss in Northern New Mexico.
· “On the Other Side of the Fence” by Samuel Sisneros. This short film tells the story of a family from Los
Lentes, N.M. and how it shares a common ancestry and history with Isleta Pueblo.
· “Within Me” by Andres Armijo. Andres Armijo presents a reflection of his family history, his relationship with
his father, and issues of identity through this short film.
“During this event, we will look through the lens of native New Mexicans as the filmmakers delve deeper into the history and culture of what makes New Mexico such a unique place to live,” says Frances Ray, Hubbell House Alliance president. “This is an event not to miss.”
The event is free and open to the public, starting at 8 p.m. The Gutierrez-Hubbell House is located at 6029 Isleta Blvd., about 2.5 miles south of Rio Bravo Boulevard.
For more information, contact the Hubbell House Alliance at (505) 244-0507, or the open space coordinator at (505) 314-0398 or email@example.com
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