Documentary Film , "Edge," Recieves First Round of Funding
The New Mexico Film Foundation Supports The Project, Which Focuses on the Attempt to Save the Tewa Language and Culture of The People Living in the San Ildefonso Pueblo
of New Mexico
By: Matt Chassin
The New Mexico Film Foundation serves as a fiscal sponsor of New Mexico independent film productions, as well as New Mexico organizations whose missions promote New Mexico film production. Their mission is to help grow the independent film industry in New Mexico while offering financial assistance and educational opportunities to New Mexico independent filmmakers. To that end, the foundation offers several programs, continuing education, showcases, events and other resources for New Mexico filmmakers.
"Edge is the brain child of award winning director Michelle Tomlinson("Deeply Superficial, "Redemption,"
Filmmakers received an undisclosed amount so that they may continue their pursuit of what they consider a dire circumstance:
Tomlinson says, "We are thrilled to be involved with The New Mexico Film Foundation, and their sterling reputation. Their involvement with great filmmakers like George RR Martin, speaks to the credibility of this fine organization. We hope this is the beginning of wave of investments so that we may bring this project to fruition. It's not too late to reverse the destruction, but we're on the edge and time is running out."
For more information about "Edge": https://www.edgedocumentary.com/
For more on the The New Mexico Film Foundation :https://www.nmfilmfoundation.org/