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UNM painter Juliet Wing says that the title for her new exhibition, "Tale of an Eternity," came directly out of a dream she had. That particular dream has played a substantial role in the development of Wing's autobiographical artwork over the past year and a half.
Within the first five minutes, "The Bourne Identity" launches into over-the-top action, adrenaline and suspense that saturate the movie.
The Santa Fe Film Festival sponsored a special premiere of "American Waitress, New Mexico" by Backseat Productions, Saturday at the Guild Cinema. Audience members waited in lines that stretched down the block for the film's anticipated opening. The screening was a benefit to raise funds for and promote the Santa Fe Film Festival.
"Joshua" is a new film that is running for a limited time in Albuquerque. The film stars Tony Goldwyn, best known for his role in "Ghost," as the title character. It also casts in supporting roles F. Murray Abraham, who won an Oscar for his performance in "Amadeus," and Kurt Fuller, who has appeared in such films as "Scary Movie" and "Wayne's World."
When you get a craving for live music, nothing is more satisfying than immersing yourself in the loud, dreamy darkness of a good show. It is even more satisfying when you find that good show produced by local talent. The experience of connecting to your community seems to reinforce every tone soaring from the stage.
American physicist Edwin Land introduced the revolutionary process of instant photography to the world in 1947. The history of this process and the evolution that eventually formed the Polaroid Corporation is examined in a framed introduction exhibited in Innovation/Imagination: 50 Years of Polaroid Photography, which is showing at the University Art Museum in the Center for the Arts building.
The Albuquerque Children's Theatre will be presenting performances of the classic children's story "Puss in Boots" - delivered with several new twists - this weekend at the Albuquerque Little Theatre.
Upon first listening to the debut album Jukebox Sparrows by singer-songwriter Shannon McNally, I attempted to list the musicians I was reminded of: Aimee Mann, Bonnie Raitt, Stevie Nicks, Sheryl Crow . eventually I gave up counting.
Gwyneth Paltrow sports one of the increasingly popular Hollywood "fat suits" in the new controversial Fox release "Shallow Hal." The Farrelly Brothers' latest film explores societal notions of beauty presented atop a comic landscape.
"Hey, this sounds like punk rock," smirks a sarcastic friend of mine, as the latest CD by the Bouncing Souls, How I Spent My Summer Vacation, spins in the back of my room. Yes, indeed. What my friend means is that the album, the band's sixth, sounds pretty much like any other punk rock CD we could have thrown into the stereo.
Ani DiFranco is back in New Mexico again. Tonight the acclaimed funky folk babe will jam Santa Fe's Paolo Soleri Amphitheatre to celebrate her most recent release, Revelling/Reckoning.
While unrelated yet appropriate, the fall 2001 Plea for Peace-Take Action Tour hit the Launchpad Saturday in the wake of last week's terrorist attacks. The tour was headlined by punk band Hot Water Music and included Matt Skiba of the Alkaline Trio, Mike Park and Cave In.
"Do you Know Me?" is a show essentially comprising a series of original numbers of dance, scenes and monologues combining poetic rhyme, rap, prose, song and the like.
Helms is a Boston-based three-member band of the indie rock persuasion. The group formed in 1997 and comprises brothers Sean McCarthy on guitar and vocals, Dan McCarthy on drums and Tina Helms playing bass.
The theater is packed with eight-year-old girls and their grandmothers. The moment I see this, I realize exactly what kind of movie I am about to review. “The Princess Diaries” is a new live-action release by Walt Disney Pictures.
Revolution Studios’ “America’s Sweethearts,” directed by Joe Roth, is a feel-good summer romantic comedy.
Conceptions Southwest is a biannual literary magazine published by the UNM Student Publications Board. The Spring 2001 issue is, like always, a showcase of creative work by members of the UNM community.
A gaudy snow globe that Randy, played by Matt Dillon, carries with him as a symbol of hope in his life is the central figure in Harald Zwart’s “One Night at McCools.”
The artistic styles of Erika M. Burrows and Marco A. "Tony" Oviedo II could not be much more different, yet the engaged couple make a harmoniously supportive team.
What makes a movie successful is a filmmaker’s talent and ability to portray humanity, life and truth. If these elements exist, everything else usually falls into place.