Film and television

Amazon Prime series wraps filming at Western New Mexico University

48 Views  Â SILVER CITY, N.M. (KRQE) –  A production team from the Amazon Prime show The College Tour wrapped up filming at Western New Mexico University this past week. The show was in town to film ten WNMU students about their unique college experiences. The series showcases colleges and universities across the country

Jim Belushi launches cannabis strain in New Mexico

172 Views  Â ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Fans of Jim Belushi may recognize a particular sitcom opener but we are talking cannabis – According to Jim. With his trusty dog, Taro, by his side, Belushi was in New Mexico talking about his passion project.

Film and TV work stoppage ‘devastating’ for local workers

192 Views  Â Nearly all film and TV productions are on pause as of Thursday night. It means thousands of people in New Mexico are out of work, and no one knows for how long. The Screen Actors Guild, the union representing actors, joined the writers’ strike, which has been ongoing

‘Rust’ armorer faces new tampering with evidence charge

221 Views  Â ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The list of legal troubles just got bigger for former “Rust” armorer Hannah Gutierrez-Reed. According to prosecutors, Gutierrez-Reed got rid of drugs she had on set by giving them to another person on the day of the fatal shooting.

Court documents show prosecutors may choose to recharge Alec Baldwin

181 Views  Â SANTA FE, N.M. – We could find out in the next six months if actor Alec Baldwin will face any charges connected to the deadly shooting on the set of “Rust.”  That’s one of the revelations contained in recent court filings in the case of the film’s armorer —

Weapons expert in Alec Baldwin case was hungover on set, prosecutors say

184 Views  Â The weapons supervisor on the film set where Alec Baldwin shot and killed a cinematographer was drinking and smoking marijuana in the evenings during the filming of “Rust,” prosecutors are alleging, saying she was likely hungover when she loaded a live bullet into the revolver that the actor used.

‘Rust’ prosecution money went to convicted felon

221 Views  Â The DA’s office hired a paralegal who had lost his law license. SANTA FE, N.M. — Hundreds of thousands of dollars of taxpayer money has gone to prosecute three people, including actor Alec Baldwin, in connection with the “Rust” movie set shooting. And some of that money has gone