*Narrative Features:* Barracuda - Directed by Jason Cortlund and Julia Halperin Cecil B. Demented - Directed by John Waters Cortez - Directed by Cheryl Nichols Cowboy Drifter - Directed by Michael Lange Cry Baby - Directed by John Waters Fits and Starts - Directed by Laura Terruso Freak Show - Directed by Trudie Styler Hostiles - Directed by Scott Cooper I dream in another Language - Directed by Ernesto Contreras John Waters This Filthy World: Dirtier and Filthier, Presented by Meow Wolf Lone Star - Directed by John Sayles Lost Kiddy Found - Directed by Frank Quatrone Maya Dardel - Directed by Zachary Cotler and Magdalena Zyzak Most Beautiful Island - Directed by Ana Asensio Only the Brave - Directed by Joseph Kosinski Paris, Texas - Directed by Wim Wenders Passion Fish - Directed by John Sayles Pinsky - Directed by Amanda Lundquist Sami Blood - Directed by Amanda Kernell Souvenir - Directed by Bavo Defurne Summer 1993 - Directed by Carla Simon The Brother from Another Planet - Directed by John Sayles The Square - Directed by Ruben Ostlund Tragedy Girls - Directed by Tyler Macintyre Tribute to John Sayles and Maggie Renzi Western - Directed by Valeska Grisebach' What Children Do - Directed by Dean Peterson *Documentary Features:* 42 Grams - Directed by Jack C. Newell Alphago - Directed by Greg Kohs A New Land - Directed by Jackie Munro and Jesse Fisher Arthur Miller, Writer - Directed by Rebecca Miller Atomic Homefront - Directed by Rebecca Cammisa Becoming Who I Was - Directed by Moon Chang-Yong and Jeon Jin Bee Nation - Directed by Lana Slezic Defending the Fire - Directed by David Aubrey For Ahkeem - Directed by Jeremy S. Levine and Landon Van Soest Look & See a Portrait of Wendell Berry - Directed by Laura Dunn and Jeff Sewell Ol'Max Evans: The First Thousand Years - A Film by Lorene Mills, David Leach, and Paul Barnes On a Knife Edge - Directed by Jeremy Williams Rat Film - Directed by Theo Anthony She's Beautiful When She's Angry - Directed by Mary Dore The Cage Fighter - Directed by Jeff Unay The Last Animals - Directed by Kate Brooks The Sensitives - Directed by Drew Xanthopoulos The Shepherdess of the Glacier - Directed by Stanzin Dorjai and Christiane Mordelet Veiled Lighting/Native Voltage - Directed by Jaima Chevalier *Shorts:* 116 Cameras - Directed by Davina Pardo Alternative Math - Directed by David Maddox Beth is Not a Cat - Directed by Christopher Michael Roybal Catherine - Directed by Britt Raes Charlie Boy - Directed by Matt Sears Coin Operated - Directed by Nicholas Aroli Commodity City - Directed by Jessica Kingdon Dekalb Elementary - Directed by Reed Van Dyk Digilante - Directed by Mike Nayna Fanny Pack - Directed by Uttera Singh Finding Home Trilogy - Directed by Abraham "AB" Troen Fry Day - Directed by Laura Moss Game - Directed by Jeannie Donohoe Garden Party - Directed by Florian Babikian, Vincent Bayouex, Victor Caire, Theophile Dufresne, Gabriel Grapperon, Lucas Navarro Gridlock - Directed by Ian Hunt Duffy H.C. Potter: A Son's Story of His Film & Theater Career - Directed by Tim Harrier Hot Winter: A Film by Dick Pierre - Directed by Jack Henry Robbins Humbug - Directed by Justin Lee, Matt Thiesen In a Nut Shell - Directed by Fabio Fredli Isis Hair Salon - Directed by Nicholes Coles Life on the Gila - Directed by Jacob Rosdail Little Potato - Directed by Wes Hurley Memories of Miss O'Keeffe - Directed by Chris Eyre Milk and Cookies - Directed by Mike Holt Molly Mayor - Directed Nick Wiess-Richmond Mrs Murphy's Confession - Directed by Ryan Turri My Loyal Audience - Directed by Megan Seely Negative Space - Directed by Max Porter and Ru Kuwahata Night - Directed by Dylan Hamilton-Smith Ostoja Will Move Your Piano - Directed by Sandra Mitrovic Out of All My Fears I Fear Death the Most - Directed by Katherine Broyles Perfect Houseguest - Directed by Max Porter and Ru Kuwahata Platform - Directed by Lori Hiris Radost - Directed by Brissa Pinera Raven - Directed by Razelle Benally Red Apples - Directed by George Sikharulidze Retirement Planning - Directed by Jody McNicholas Retornados - Directed by Sarah Kuck and Meredith Hoffman Return to Rainy Mountain - Directed by Jill Momaday Sure-Fire - Directed by Michael Goldburg Syrah - Directed by Mike Holt The Burden (Min b?rda) - Directed by Niki Lindroth von Bahr The Forger - Directed by Samantha Stark, Alexandra Garcia, and Pamela Druckerman The Geneva Convention - Directed by Benoit Martin The Hanging - Directed by Geoffrey Feinberg The Mustached American of the Year - Anna Yeager The Other Side - Directed by Griselda San Martin The Whole World - Directed by Julian Quintanilla They Charge for the Sun - Directed by Terence Nance What Tears Us Apart - Directed by Wei Hu Who's Who in Mycology - Directed by Marie Dvorakova
2017 Press50 Film Festivals Worth the Entry Fee in 2017
Magazine: Santa Fe Independent Film Festival 'worth the entry fee'
SFIFF named to MovieMaker's '50 Film Festivals Worth the Entry Fee'
Travel and Leisure - Best Places to Travel in October
ABQ Journal - John Sayles, Maggie Renzi to be honored at Santa Fe Independent Film Festival
Cheapflights - Fest for less: 11 top budget-friendly film festivals worth the trip
Filmmaker Magazine - Revisiting History at the Santa Fe Independent Film Festival
Pasatiempo - Lone stars: Independent filmmakers John Sayles and Maggie Renzi
Vimooz - 2017 Santa Fe Independent Film Festival to Host Indie Film Legend John Waters' Live One Man
Vimooz - First Films Revealed for 2017 Santa Fe Independent Film Festival
Vimooz - John Sayles and Maggie Renzi to Receive Lifetime Achievement Award at Santa Fe Independent
ABQ Journal - Santa Fe Independent Film Fest to host John Waters
ABQ Journal - 'A terrific dad'
ABQ Journal - Daughter's documentary celebrates Momaday's life
ABQ Journal - Indie throwback, NM-filmed 'Cowboy Drifter' reminds writer of '50s ,'60s movies
ABQ Journal - John Waters' one-man show 'always an evolving monologue'
ABQ Journal - Lakota legacy: "On a Knife Edge" explores growing up on Pine Ridge Reservation
ABQ Journal - Santa Fe film fest honors John Sayles, Maggie Renzi for lifetime achievement
ABQ Journal - Taking back the narrative
KRQE News 13 - Documentary to screen locally, as part of Santa Fe indie film fest
KSFR - Sante Fe Independent Film Festival 2017
Pasatiempo - "Freak Show" at Jean Cocteau Cinema, "Tragedy Girls" at Violet Crown
Pasatiempo - A daughter's homage: "Arthur Miller: Writer"
Pasatiempo - Hot tickets: The 2017 Santa Fe Independent Film Festival
Pasatiempo - Man's search for meaning -- in Taos: "Cortez"
Pasatiempo - SFIFF at Center for Contemporary Arts
Pasatiempo - SFIFF at Violet Crown
Pasatiempo - The 1,000-year-old man: The remarkable story of author Max Evans
Pasatiempo - The Trashman: Filmmaker John Waters on becoming a household name
Pasatiempo - The unpromised land: Documenting life on Pajarito Mesa
Santa Fe New Mexican - Santa Fe deserves a great film festival
Santa Fe Reporter - A Decade (Give or Take) of Film
2016 PressPasatiempo: Interview with Jacqueline Bisset
Meet the director: Jay Roach
Santa Fe Reporter- SFIFF 2016
SFIFF- Crowd Pleasers
Girl Flu a non-crass look at a woman's menstrual cycle
Hometown boy: Filmmaker Matthew Stanasolovich
Parsing the human condition: Filmmaker Amber Sealey
Indie power: Santa Fe Festival earns reputation for providing top-quality films
On The Big Screen: Santa Fe Independent Film Festival
'100 Years' Documentary Highlights Elouise Cobell - Wes Studi Attends Screening
A Wide Angle: The Santa Fe Independent Film Festival
The Jackalope: SFIFF 2016
Albuquerque Journal - New Mexico native Jay Roach to receive award at Santa Fe Independent Film Fest
New Mexico Magazine - January 2016
Santa Fe Independent Film Festival Named Moviemaker Magazine's 50 Film Festival Worth the Entry Fe
Albuquerque Journal - Kirk Ellis joins Santa Fe Independent Film Festival advisory board
Chris Eyre Screens His Latest Film "The Seventh Fire" In Washington, D.C.
The Santa Fe New Mexican - Screenwriter/producer Ellis joins SFIFF advisory board
2016 SFIFF Announces First Ten Feature Film Selections
50 Film Festivals Worth the Entry Fee, 2016
SFIFF 2016 Award Winners
2015 PressThe Hollywood Reporter - Natalie Portman-Produced Doc "The Seventh Fire" Acquired by Film Movement
Albuquerque Journal - Film Festival Brings in Flicks Ranging from Local To Foreign
Albuquerque Journal - Stephen Elliott's 'Adderall' Memoir Adapted To the Screen
Albuquerque Journal - The Santa Fe Independent Film Festival Announces Awards
Examiner - Q&A With Founder of Santa Fe Independent Film Festival
The New Mexican - SFIFF: "Sir Doug and the Genuine Texas Cosmic Groove"
The New Mexican - A Man of Independent Means: Jacques Paisner, SFIFF's Executive Director
The New Mexican - Bringing in Tourists in the Slow Season
The New Mexican - Dedication, Passion and Persistence Help Independent Film Festival Thrive
The New Mexican - Gena Rowlands honored by the Santa Fe Independent Film Festival
The New Mexican - More than movies: Events at SFIFF
The New Mexican - SFIFF: "A Woman Under the Influence"
The New Mexican - SFIFF: "All Eyes and Ears"
The New Mexican - SFIFF: "Almost There"
The New Mexican - SFIFF: "Babushkas of Chernobyl"
The New Mexican - SFIFF: "Breaking a Monster"
The New Mexican - SFIFF: "Dorothea Lange: Grab a Hunk of Lightning"
The New Mexican - SFIFF: "Embrace of the Serpent"
The New Mexican - SFIFF: "Frame by Frame"
The New Mexican - SFIFF: "Gloria"
The New Mexican - SFIFF: "Honeytrap"
The New Mexican - SFIFF: "How to Win at Checkers (Every Time)"
The New Mexican - SFIFF: "In Football We Trust"
The New Mexican - SFIFF: "Ixcanul (Volcano)"
The New Mexican - SFIFF: "Lonely Are the Brave"
The New Mexican - SFIFF: "Minnie and Moskowitz"
The New Mexican - SFIFF: "Right Footed"
The New Mexican - SFIFF: "Romeo Is Bleeding"
The New Mexican - SFIFF: "She's the Best Thing in It"
The New Mexican - SFIFF: "Siempre Flamenco"
The New Mexican - SFIFF: "Songs My Brothers Taught Me"
The New Mexican - SFIFF: "The Seventh Fire"
The New Mexican - SFIFF: "The State of Marriage"
The New Mexican - SFIFF: "Therapy for a Vampire"
The New Mexican - SFIFF: "They Look Like People"
The New Mexican - SFIFF: "Welcome to Leith"
The New Mexican - The Santa Fe Independent Film Festival
Albuquerque Journal - The Santa Fe Independent Film Festival Kicks Off Soon
Examiner - Santa Fe Independent Film Festival Begins October 14
The New Mexican - Mayor Views Local Film Office as Way to Boost Economy
The New Mexican - Screen Scene: The 7th Annual Santa Fe Independent Film Festival
Albuquerque Journal - SFIFF to honor Gena Rowlands
MovieMaker - 50 Film Festivals Worth the Entry Fee, 2015
Bizcommunity - Four Corners nominated for Best Narrative Feature
MovieMaker - Best Places to Live and Work as a Moviemaker 2015: Top Five Towns
2015 Promo Reel
2014 PressThe New Mexican: Growing film fest expects 10K in attendance at this week's screenings
The New Mexican: Our View: Events, experiences enrich state visits
'Tapia' documentary set to air on HBO on Dec. 16
Actress arrives in Santa Fe to screen Trouble Dolls
Editorial: Cheers for movies, TV, and things pink and painted
Filmed in NM, Sun Belt Express premieres at the Santa Fe Independent Film Festival
George R.R. Martin Talks Comic Books, Taxes and Hating 'Game Of Thrones' Interviews
Henry Corra Discusses the Controversy and Artistry Behind 'Farewell To Hollywood'
More than 60 international, national and local films are part of Santa Fe Independent Film Festival
Santa Fe Independent Film Festival studded with star power
Santa Fe Independent Film Festival: The Overnighters
Santa Fe indie film fest becomes major production with 10,000 attendees
Ted Hope Expanding Fandor in Festivals, Filmmakers (EXCLUSIVE)
The man behind the mirrored sunglasses: An intimate Sam Peckinpah memoir
Cinephile subversion: Santa Fe Independent Film Festival in full swing
Ready, Set, SFIFF posted By Charlotte Martinez in Santa Fe
ABQ Journal-Santa Fe Independent Film Fest to honor MacLaine
Santa Fe.com- Shirley MacLaine to accept Lifetime Achievement Award at SFIFF
Santafe.com- George RR Martin to receive Lifetime Achievement Award at Santa Fe Independent Film Fes
Santafe.com-Santa Fe Independent Film Festival Opens with The Tribe, Closes with Girlhood
SF Reporter: About A Boy
Ti West answers your questions
Moviemaker honors Santa Fe Independent Film Festival
Executive Jacques Paisner named one of SFR's Cultural Power Players
Director Chris Eyre Joins Festival Board
Santa Fe Independent Film Festival named one of 50 Film Festivals Worth the Entry Fee in 2014
Moviemaker Magazine's "50 Festival Worth the Entry Fee 2014"
2013 PressDirector Chris Eyre Joins Festival Board
Moviemaker Magazine 25 coolest general film fest
Santa Fe Independent Film Festival is "cool"
10 Things We Learned About "Game of Thrones' Author George R.R. Martin at the Santa Fe Independent F
Game of Thrones parody George R.R. Martin
Indie Films Spotlight
SFIFF Kasa News
SFIFF Kasa News- Chris Eyre and Jacques Paisner
SFIFF Kasa News- Patricia Michaels and Jacques Paisner
'Tapia' wins SFIFF audience award
Life On The Ropes: Johnny Tapia (Pasatiempo)
John Waters: One-Man Show Performance
Red Carpet Gala for Sweetwater
Casey Wilson coming to SFIFF
Looking Ahead: 2013 SFIFF
SFIFF Brings John Waters Live to the Lensic
SFIFF Announces 2013 Lineup
September 10 Judy Blume to attend festival
September 24 Gary Farmer Hosts Awards Ceremony
2013 Press Release
Moviemaker Magazine's Coolest Film Fest
SFUAD Student's Documentary in SFIFF
Thrilled to Announce Exhibition, Groupies, Photographs by Baron Wolman
'Ass Backwards' El Mitote
'Ass Backwards' Filmmakers
SFIFF Snags 'Tapia' Premiere
2012 PressFilmmaker Magazine- June 11, 2012
Filmmaker Magazine- June 7, 2012
Slant Magazine- November 2, 2012
ABQ Journal-October 14,2012
Albuquerque Journal - August 28, 2012
Albuquerque Journal - September 10, 2012
New Mexico Business Weekly - August 28, 2012
Santa Fe Reporter- October 16, 2012
Santafe.com, January 25, 2012
2011 Press2011 Promo Reel
Filmmaker Magazine - October 28, 2011
Filmmaker Magazine- November 7, 2011
Press Release - September 15, 2011
Press Release - June 6, 2011
New Mexico Film Office- Santa Fe IFF Announces Award Winners- December 10, 2011
Santa Fe New Mexican- The Business of Laughs- October 21, 2011
Santa Fe Reporter- Big Picture- October 19, 2011
Santafe.com, October 12, 2011
Santa Fe Independent Film Festival Moves Into The Lensic - August 8, 2011
2010 Press2010 Independent Film Festival to showcase 80 films - October 13, 2010
Festival provides venue for indie filmmakers - October 18, 2010
Indie Wire, October 5, 2010
Reel World - Sophomore SFIFF - October 14-20, 2010