Indigenous Heritage Month 2020

We begin by saying thank you, to all the one’s who came out and trudged with us on this epic adventure. It was not an easy task, with limited training locations and also limited resources, this was one for the books.

Our first production for our NM film community

We focused on word and mission, that reflected what all of us are going through. We never would have imagined the outcome of this year, now we are seeing a future need for stories to be told and sharing lifestyles of the future is upmost imperative.

Our Executive Producer Adrian Chavez Sr was monumental on keeping this show alive, security, and sanitation was how we were able to create such a miracle endeavorer.

Lobo Protective Services LLC developed Sanitation Team for movies sets in NM

Learning was a key element to our mission, we began with understanding some of the gear we work with and build a set for future productions. Special thanks to Serious Grippage and Lighting.

Thank you for your valuable input & instruction for local film makers…

Then we worked our way to understanding procedures in film location, also scouting techniques.

Each times we gathered we began to understand each others personalities, and interests in film, Different departments to understand what department we may like to be in.

Exploring our community to see who is participating in public events, learning how to cope with new regulations in public.

Then we all felt a sigh of relief, knowing we are strong and focused on healing. Each time we Camer together, we began to understanding our opportunity to share good intentions and positive vibrations for healing…

We began to reach out to our community for support.
Each one offered us support to keep our film operational…
SENATOR JOHN PINTO NATIVE FILMMAKERS MEMORIAL FUND inspired us.

Senator Shannon Pinto

Also Represenetive Derrick Lente of NM

Now we have more Indigenous Film Makers ready to tell their stories, exciting times for all…

Homecoming is, so many words can describe our inspiration to stay strong
During the summer each one of us we’re dealing family challenges and of course public awareness.

Now we are focusing on empowering all Indigenous Film Makers, we are very excited to begin another project.

Special thanks to Kern Chriswell of the Albuquerque Film Office, and Amber Dodson of NM Film Office. Plus The Office of Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham, on keeping us up to date on all procedures fo operations. Terry Sloan our making sure we stayed on track, Michelle Melendez, and Maria Brazil of City of Albuquerque Offices. We all performed with out a hitch or his up, considering the obstacles we endured.

THANK YOU ALBUQUERQUE, IT IS YOU WHO GAVE US THE COURAGE TO CONTINUE 0UR DREAMS.

We would like to say this is “Indigenous Heritage Month 2020”

Executive ProducersOne AlbuquerqueLobo Protective Services LLC

Thunderbird Group LLCCredits:

“Homecoming is”Shannon Pinto for New MexicoDiné Navajo NM“

HOPE” Carma HarveyDiné Navajo ABQ NM

“Change”Lyle Sandoval- Diné – Navajo ABQ NM Lovely Loretto – Jemez Pueblo ABQ NMAyana Sandoval- Diné ABQ NM

“Movement” Carma Harvey Sport WearDiné Navajo ABQ NM

“Resiliance” Mindy LittleyellowbirdPojoaque Pueblo NM

“Love” Tiana Jane Cachini Zuni Royalty Organization Miss Zuni 2019-20 ZUNI NM

“Strength”Senator Derrick J. LenteSandia Pueblo NM

”Vision”Philmer BluehouseDiné Navajo AZVO: VJ PonyDiné Navajo Nation ABQ NM

“Community”Shannon Pinto for New MexicoDiné Navajo NM

“Frybread“Lil Mike & FunnyBoneChoctaw & Pawnee OK

“Laughter”Ricardo CateKewa Pueblo NM

“Rejoicement”Emileah LujanTaos Pueblo NM

“Nourishment”Kewa Christian PachecoKewa Cassie Pacheco Kewa Caiden PachecoVO: VJ Pony VigilDiné Navajo Nation ABQ NM

Fancy Dancer / Hoop DancerEmileah Lujan Taos Pueblo NM

Director Ricardo CateKewa Pueblo NM

Camera DPBrandon MorganDiné Navajo Nation ABQ NM

Camera AssistFrank TheBoy ABQ NM Gros Ventre Nation MO

1st AD / Audio Julius PedroLaguna Pueblo ABQ NM

Camera Instructor VolunteerColemar Nichols ABQ NM

Grip & Electric InstructorRyle YazzieDiné Navajo ABQ NM

Editied ByVJ Pony VigilDiné Navajo Nation ABQ NM

Set MedicVolunteerDan Montoya ABQ NMAdrian Chavez Jr. ABQ NM

SoundTrack“Homecoming is……”Vocals & FluteVJ Pony VigilDiné Navajo Nation ABQ NM

“Inspiring Motivational Emotional Trailer”KornevMusic

“Rainbow Human” VJ Pony VigilDiné Navajo Nation ABQ NM

Special thanks to our sponsors

The City Of Albuquerque NM

Lobo Protective Services LLC NM

Cress Insurance Group NM

The Loan Fund NM

Data Management NM

Lectrosonics NM

Agenda 22 New Mexico

Strong and SafeBe safe and Stay strong….

Holy smokes film crew is focused on new career opportunities..

SEE YOU IN THE MOVIES

“For all our Relations”

Now we are focusing on empowering all Indigenous Film Makers, we are very excited to begin another project.

Special thanks to Dawn Begay of City of Albuquerque, Kern Chriswell of the Albuquerque Film Office, Amber Dodson of NM Film Office.

Plus The Office of Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham, on keeping us up to date on all procedures & operations.

Terry Sloan made sure we stayed on track,

Michelle Melendez, Maria Brazil of City of Albuquerque Offices.

We all performed with out a hitch or hiccup, not even a cough, considering the obstacles we endured!

THANK YOU ALBUQUERQUE, IT IS YOU WHO GAVE US THE COURAGE TO CONTINUE 0UR DREAMS.

We would like to say this is “Indigenous Heritage Month 2020

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STONE SOOP SEASON 3.4

We begin by announcing our adventures has taken us to new heights, or should I say “we will be expanding our horizon”. We have been asked to do 4K and 8K production for a global television network. We will be highlighted on their new site, as well as, we have ben excepted as a VIP Pioneer production company.

Currently now reaching out to al of our film makers in the Southwest to bump up their game to 4K, if you’re not already doing it. Today we will take our little show that reflect Indigenous Film Makers, and Musicians, to the next level of communication. Storytelling has jest become real as life. with images and sounds delivered to those who have 4K tv’s soon to become 8K by fall of 2021.

Created by Ricardo Cate’

The Moccasin Grapevine says “a new TV station opening in Albuquerque, NM January 1, 2021”. This means jobs will become available for Indigenous films crews. four tv crews and four documentary crews.
Holy Smokes Project Film is teaching our first film crew to assists in our first production, “Homecoming is” a 90 second story of how Indigenous people survive and thrive with spirit, and determination to be safe. Quite the story.

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