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In 2009, Santa Fe IFF was created by local entrepreneurial filmmakers responding to the growing need for a platform specifically promoting independent filmmakers and diverse audiences. The first annual Santa Fe IFF was a resounding success. In 2010 the Second Annual Fest screened 80 films over 6 days, including four Discussions with filmmakers and five After-parties at the most popular venues in Downtown Santa Fe. 2011 was a huge year for the Santa Fe IFF. Honorees included Academy Award Winners Kirby Dick, Tony Mark, and local filmmaker Alton Walpole. Awards were presented by Aviva Farber, Jon Hendry, and Wes and Mara Studi. Over 100 films screened at the 5 day event drawing nearly 2,500 attendees. The 2012 drew over 5,000 festival goers and honored Chris Eyre, Rudolfo Anaya, and Judy Blume. With two sold out screenings at the Lensic Performing Arts Center and Red Carpet Gala screening. The festival also organized an historic filmmakers brunch, bringing industry professionals and local filmmakers together for a discourse on the future of filmmaking in New Mexico. SFIFF has effectively extended the tourism season in Santa Fe into late October.
Santa Fe Independent Film Festival is dedicated to bringing the best films the cinematic world has to offer to our thriving artistic community and growing audience. Our goal is to create a dialogue between filmmakers of diverse visions and cultures, to enrich our community through innovative experiences and economic opportunities, and to support a vibrant and sustainable filmmaking future in New Mexico by showcasing the latest talent in independent films both local and global.
Visiting Santa Fe > Local Resources > Local Media
Santa Fe's free alternative weekly is the best source for local news and arts & entertainment information. And check out the Reporter's web site at http://SFReporter.com for its popular award-winning annual guides as well as Santa Fe's best calendar of events and happenings around town.
Visiting Santa Fe > Must-See Events > August
WHEN: August 15 - 18, 2014
30th Annual, Ethnographic and Tribal Art from around the world. Over 125 dealers. Santa Fe Convention Center, 201 W Marcy St.
Visiting Santa Fe > Must-See Events > February
WHEN: February 1, 2014
Sample amazing soups prepared by several dozen of Santa Fe's finest chefs, then cast your vote for your favorites. This annual soup competition also includes a silent auction and benefits the Food Depot. Purchase tickets in advance by visiting their website.
Visiting Santa Fe > Must-See Events > March
Community Convention Center
WHEN: March 22, 2014
Featuring stage performances throughout the day, 10am - 5pm, Santa Fe Community Convention
Visiting Santa Fe > Must-See Events > October
WHEN: October 15 - 19, 2014
The festival will present five days of independent film screenings, community events and educational workshops. Currently venues include the Lensic Performance Arts Center and Warehouse 21 at the Santa Fe Railyard.
Visiting Santa Fe > Shopping > Southwest Gifts
Largest selection of Southwest posters and fine art prints. O'Keeffe's Baumann's and Tony Abeyta among many other artists. Picture Framing.
Visiting Santa Fe > Spa
Many people visit Santa Fe to take a moment out of their busy lives and reflect...it's a place to refresh one's spirit, and get re-connected to one's deeper self. That is why Santa Fe the perfect place to practice healing and intuitive arts, and I have been happily based here for the last twenty-four years. In a private session by the Plaza or over the phone, I offer clarifying insights about your personal, professional and spiritual life. Even a short session can help you to understand transitions, make decisions, and take opportunities. In person appointments include the option of hands-on healing and energy release work. As well as clairvoyant reading, I use unique divination tools and the more commonly known tarot. Please visit www.elissaheyman.com for more detailed information. \nElissa Heyman is a graduate of the University of California at Santa Barbara, with professional training in psychological counseling, metaphysics, shamanism, and spiritual healing. She works with local, national, and international clientele, and has been in full-time practice since 1979. Elissa also writes a client newsletter with travel stories and psychic astrology, and at Examiner.com as the Santa Fe Spiritual Examiner. One-half hour minimum, $100; one hour, $150; 45 minutes, $125. Tax and recording of session included.
Visiting Santa Fe > Specials
Nestled in the foothills of the Sangre De Christo mountains, Upaya Zen Center is a Zen Buddhist practice, service, and training center. Our unique compound features charming, old Santa Fe style adobe buildings gorgeously renovated and decorated in cozy and unusual, Asian - Southwestern fashion. We offer guest accommodations and beautiful organic vegetarian meals for individual personal and group contemplative retreats as well as our own unique spiritual and social action workshops, retreats and hosted facility rentals. Our vision focuses on the integration of practice and social action, bringing together wisdom and compassion.
I offer classes on native plants, edible plants, medicinal plants of our area. I talk about ecology, cultural traditions, modern uses, preparations and much more. Call my retail shop at 820-6321 to get the current listing of ongoing classes. Apprenticeships and field classes are enrolling for the Spring 2011!
We custom blend herbal formulas for health enhancement. We also produce organic skin care on our premise with no chemicals. Spa services include fresh herbal facials at our licensed facility on Canyon Road. Stop by our retail shop for a trip into the world of herbs that heal! See us at the Saturday Farmers Market.
Providing therapeutic massage & bodywork for relaxation, health and wellness. Intergrative massage using techniques from modalaties such as Shiatsu, Medical Massage, Swedish Massage, Therapeutic, and Reflexology...to create a blissful session customized to your needs. Also...provide pregnancy massage for baby and mother. Pediatric Massage for well children and chidlren with special needs.
Visiting Santa Fe > Things to Do > Classes and Workshops
Ghost Ranch offers two locations. The towering rock walls and vivid colors of our Abiquiu location, where Georgia O'Keeffe painted for fifty years, promise inspiration, while our Santa Fe location offers an oasis in the city different -- both places for renewal, retreat and transformation.
Ghost Ranch in Abiquiu offers the same amenities. Enjoy overnight accommodations and include time to take the Georgia O'Keeffe Ghost Ranch Landscape Tour and visit our three museums.
Visit our web site for a catalog of courses offered at both locations.
Visiting Santa Fe > Things to Do > Road Trips > Fascinating New Mexico Excursions
People passionate about birds and nature flock to the beautiful Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Reserve. "The Bosque," as it's affectionately called, provides a winter home from November through February to thousands of sandhill cranes, Canadian geese, bald eagles and other birds and wildlife. Watching the birds take wing for their morning fly-outs then land during their evening fly-ins is an utterly magical experience.
The annual Festival of the Cranes, held in mid-November, celebrates the return of the cranes with tours, lectures, exhibits and more.
The Bosque is worth visiting anytime of year. During spring, resident birds breed and nest and colorful wildflowers bloom. Summer brings hundreds of hummingbirds as well as pheasant and quail. Keep watch for year-round residents, including mule deer, elk, coyotes, turkey and roadrunners. The Bosque has great hiking trails, too.
This unforgettable day trip is a 2 1/2 to 3 hour drive from Santa Fe. Take I-25 South to exit 139, travel east 1/4 mile and turn right on Highway 1, then drive south nine miles to the Visitor Center.
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The U.S. Courthouse had its beginnings as the proposed territorial capitol for New Mexico. In 1848 under the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, Mexico ceded what is now New Mexico, Arizona, California, Texas, and portions of Colorado, Utah and Nevada, to the United States. The New Mexico territorial government was established two years later. In 1851 Congress appropriated ＄20,000 and in 1854 an additional ＄50,000 to construct a "state house" on what is now Federal Plaza.