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This workshop is geared to open your minds to ‘the other side of the table.’
How are you first introduced into the casting process?
What are your tools of the trade?
What control can you take of your career?
How can local actors help grow the industry in New Mexico?
These are just a few of the questions New Mexico SAG members need to look at in their business of acting.

The Albuquerque Film Festival is the place to be for filmmakers and movie buffs this weekend. SAG West Region Executive, Tamara Decker will participate in a panel discussion on Saturday, encouraging filmmakers to explore SAG’s low budget contracts (

Dress up or down, walk the red carpet, and mingle with your colleagues in the industry.
Feel free to share this invite with others you may know who work in the New Mexico film and media industry.
• Bring non-perishable food items to benefit Roadrunner Food Bank and help to create community goodwill
•        Chips & salsa, red carpet and spotlights are courtesy of our friends at IATSE Local 480
•        Enjoy a 10% discount on food purchases when you show your union card

This is experiential work that explores how the inner process of the actor connects to the flow and shape of dramatic action in a scene. The main focus is on the element of choice, and how experiencing the choices of the character can lead to transformation. Wear comfortable clothes; no advance preparation is needed.

Since the work is sequential in nature, latecomers cannot be admitted and there can be no coming and going during the session, though there will be a bathroom break.

Pending moderation

Milagro at Los Luceros will offer two sessions of an acting workshop entitled “How Scenes Work,” led by renowned producer, writer, director and teacher, Robert Benedetti. The first workshop will take place on Saturday, November 13, and the second on Saturday, December 4. These workshops are free to New Mexico residents, and both aspiring and seasoned actors are encouraged to apply.