We had a cool event at the Jean Cocteau last night… the Santa Fe premiere of a locally made independent film, BLAZE YOU OUT, filmed and set in Espanola, just a half hour north of the City Different. The producers, writers, directors, and several of the cast members attended the screenings and answered questions afterward, and we had a crowded and enthusiastic house.
Indy films don't get the nationwide multi-million dollar advertising campaigns of major studio releases, but the best of them are as good or better than most of what the majors churn out. You probably haven't heard of BLAZE YOU OUT, but it's a good one. Check out the trailer:
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BLAZE YOU OUT has three more screenings at the Cocteau, if you're in Santa Fe. If not, well, watch for it if it shows up at a theatre near you.
This week's other new offering at the Cocteau is I DECLARE WAR, another indy. This one I haven't seen myself yet, but I hope to catch it later this week.
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See you at the movies.
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