The Sandoval 64, a documentary film on the same-sex marriage issue as it occurred in New Mexico, will debut on May 8th in Albuquerque at the Guild Cinema, 3405 Central Ave. NE. Screening times are 5:45, 7:15, and 8:45 p.m. Tickets are available at the door. General admission is $10.
THE DEADLY LINK is a documentary project on the link between animal abuse and human violence. The project is headed by award-winning filmmakers, producers and writer.
THE DEADLY LINK will present stories of compassion and humanity with the intent of increasing awareness of the issue and the ongoing search for solutions.
Executive Producers: Nina Knapp, Angie Beauchamp
Producer: Sheryl Brown
Director: Nina Knapp
A funding campaign for this project will begin Oct./Nov. of 2012. But, you can support the Film Fund today at www.croneproductions.com by clicking on the “Donate” button. You will receive the same incentive items as the funding campaign offers for donation levels, such as copies of the completed DVD, bumper stickers, T-Shirts, and more.
Independent filmmakers depend on our network of friends and like-minded people who help us move our projects along to the finish line. Whether in film, books, music, etc., you are a major factor in what we do.
When you contribute $20 to the film fund (using the “Donate” button on the home page) you will receive this colorful, vinyl and easily removable bumper sticker as shown above. This INCLUDES shipping. What a bargain! So, order yours today and proudly show yourself as one of our supporters.
Introducing Mary and Norma. They were first in line on Feb. 20, 2004 to receive a marriage license at the Sandoval County Courthouse in Bernalillo, New Mexico. They are one of the couples featured in “The Sandoval 64.”
Jeff and Gordon were too far back in the line, waiting to get a marriage license, when the doors closed to marriage equality in New Mexico.
Jiivanii and Martha were the last couple to receive a license (although serveral couples were able to register their license after a brief ceremony on the courthouse lawn). Also appearing in this clip is their daughter Jennifer.
“The Sandoval 64″ is a documentary project in the final stages of post-production. We hope to premiere the film in Albuquerque in early fall, 2011. A trailer for the film is in the works and will be posted soon.
“The Sandoval 64″ chronicles the marriage equality issue as it has occurred in New Mexico, featuring interviews from gay and lesbian couples who received marriage licenses on February 20, 2004, and those who tried to get licenses that day but were too far back in the line when the window closed. The film also covers the political maneuvering that has occurred in the New Mexico state legislature since 2004, until the most recent attempts to nullify equality in the 2011 legislative session.
For all intent and purporses, the 64 marriage licenses granted that day are still legal, and have not been contested in a court of law, nor has the state legislature passed any legislation rescinding those licenses.
If you would like to contribute to the final post-production costs of this documentary film, just click on our “Donate” button. We will also be posting the project to IndieGoGo, with the trailer, in April. Your contribution to our film fund will receive the same incentives we will provide on IndieGoGo.
Thank you for your interest and support.
My celebrity cookbook, Reel Food from Reel Women: Our Favorite Dishes, is now available on Amazon.com.
The book has had very favorable reviews, including AfterEllen.com, Examiner.com, Lesbian Lounge radio program, and the Albuquerque paper the Alibi Weekly.
Order your copy today, and support our independent film projects!
You can also support our film fund by donating today at the link on this page. Your donation is handled securely by PayPal.
I’m happy to announce that I will be interviewed by Denise and Donna on My Lesbian Radio (http://www.mylesbianradio.com/) on Wednesday, July 14th at 9:30 p.m. EST, 7:30 MST. The discussion will be about my new book, Reel Food From Reel Women (http://reelrecipes.com) and the women who contributed recipes for it. I’m really excited about this! It is a great radio program.
You can still purchase a book at the reduced Summer Pride Price of $20 + S & H. Global Priority Mail also available.
This recipe will be in my upcoming cookbook, REEL FOOD FROM REEL WOMEN (which will be available on Amazon.com). Thought I’d share it with you now as it is great for holiday get-togethers. Happy Holidays!
2 Mangoes – peeled and chopped in small chunks
1 medium to large avocado – chopped in small chunks
1 ½ tbsp. cilantro
1 sm. can (4 oz.) chopped green chile
1 cup chopped tomato
1 cup chopped green onions
2 tbsp. lime juice
2 tbsp. lemon juice
1 pinch of salt
1-2 tbsp. tequila
½ – 1 tbsp. chopped jalapeno (more or less according to taste)
Simply mix all ingredients together in a medium-sized bowl.
Refrigerate one hour before serving.
Note: This salsa is wonderful with chips, or as an accent for fish such as tilapia.
A store has been set up on Cafe Press selling items with our wonderful logo design on each item…mugs, mouse pads, T-Shirts, and other specialty items. Please visit our store and consider making gift or other purchases. All profits go to our documentary and educational video projects, and your support is greatly appreaciated!
Visit our store at http://www.cafepress.com/CroneProdCo
P.O. Box 6915
Albuquerque, NM 87197