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Formosa is a 2005 film comedy directed by Noah Kadner and written by Jamieson Stern. It won the Jury Award at the 2005 Garden State Film Festival.
Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1951. Sid Silver (Steven Gilborn) has a problem: his social guidance films aren't working anymore. The teens of the '50s are going crazy buck wild and Sid can no longer reach them. Clay Crawford (Jamieson Stern) also has a problem. He's on the run from the law and trying to make it to California to find a man who may be his father. A grizzled bounty hunter named Lucky (Geoffrey Lewis) is hot on Clay's trail. Sid and Clay cross paths in the hot desert winds of New Mexico. Sid's daughter Anne-Marie (Jessica Kiper) begins to fall for Clay to the dismay of her fiancé, Ted (Clayton Rohner) who also bankrolls Sid's films. The fates of Formosa Studios and perhaps New Mexico itself hang in the balance.
Hamlet 2 is a 2008 American comedy film directed by Andrew Fleming, written by Fleming and Pam Brady, and starring Steve Coogan, Catherine Keener, Amy Poehler, and David Arquette. It was produced by Eric Eisner, Leonid Rozhetskin, and Aaron Ryder. Hamlet 2 was filmed primarily at a high school in New Mexico from September 2007 to October 2007. The film premiered at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival and was distributed by Focus Features. The film had a limited release on August 22, 2008, followed by a wide release on August 27. Its UK release was originally scheduled for December 28, 2008, postponed until February 27, 2009, and eventually cancelled.
Dana Marschz (Steve Coogan) is a recovering alcoholic and failed actor who has become a high school drama teacher in Tucson, Arizona, "where dreams go to die". Despite considering himself an inspirational figure, he only has two enthusiastic students, Rand (Skylar Astin) and Epiphany (Phoebe Strole), and a history of producing poorly-received school plays that are essentially stage adaptations of popular Hollywood films (his latest being Erin Brockovich). When the new term begins, a new intake of students are forced to transfer into his
Naked Fear is a 2007 thriller film film directed by Thom Eberhardt. The plot revolves around a dancer (played by Danielle De Luca) who is lured to a strange town and thrown into a deadly game after being kidnapped by a serial killer. Stripped naked, she is forced to run for her life through the vast uninhabited regions of New Mexico while being pursued by a maniacal hunter.
Diana (Danielle De Luca) is a young dancer in a nightclub. She's lured to a New Mexico boomtown with promises by a club owner to pay her well for performing on stage at his club. The man's agent pays for her airfare, puts her up in a hotel in a room shared with a heroin addict, confiscates her driver's license, charges her back for his expenses at exorbitant rates of compound interest, and threatens her references should she flee. Unable to meet her financial commitments, she falls deeper into debt until she is forced into prostitution. Soliciting her first "client" Colin Mandel (J.D. Garfield), she climbs into his jeep, but at the last minute changes her mind. Enraged, Mandel punches her and beats her into unconsciousness.
Like most boomtowns, the population is highly transient and it's not unusual for people