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George RR Martin urges NM film incentive changes

February 11, 2018

"Martin, a Santa Fe resident, has jumped in head first into the film industry. Not only does he own the Jean Cocteau Cinema, he also started the Stagecoach Foundation, which will be celebrating its first anniversary soon.
Martin takes meetings with filmmakers and studio executives about bringing films to Santa Fe and New Mexico."

From Albuquerque Journal


Techtonic Group + Academy Announces Partnership with Community Leader, The Stagecoach Foundation, for Santa Fe Development & Youth Apprenticeships

November 21, 2017

"Techtonic Group, the nationally recognized, award winning custom software development and software apprenticeship company, is pleased to announce that it is partnering with The Stagecoach Foundation to create an "onshore" software development center in Santa Fe, New Mexico."

From LinkedIn.com


D’Onofrio tries a new role: teacher

October 21, 2017

"Sterling Welty, a community college student from Albuquerque, did not expect his head to be in the hands of veteran actor, producer and director Vincent D’Onofrio.
But such was the case Saturday evening at the Institute of American Indian Arts, where D’Onofrio was schooling a few dozen young people in method acting 101."

from Santa Fe New Mexican


NM needs to keep films rolling in, panelists say

October 19, 2017

“...Most recently, the author started the Stagecoach Foundation,  an effort to bring more productions to Santa Fe. While not a studio, Stagecoach Foundation offers office space to productions at a lower cost. In return for the low cost, the productions that use it must provide some sort of education outreach or hire interns."

from Albuquerque Journal


Big strides in furthering New Mexico film at the Stagecoach Foundation

September 6, 2017

"Marisa X. Jimenez, Executive Director of George RR Martin’s Stagecoach Foundation, talks to OHI about “The Ballad of Buster Scruggs” and what its filming means to Santa Fe and the film industry statewide. The first of its kind limited series is the inaugural small screen effort from award winning filmmaking team Joel and Ethan Coen (Raising Arizona, True Grit, Fargo, The Big Lebowski, No Country for Old Men)."

From NM Film News


George R.R. Martin has new nonprofit film production project in Santa Fe

March 14, 2017

“What this means for the city specifically is more film infrastructure. That increases the likelihood that major film productions will come to town along with start-up movie-makers, film editors and digital media creators who need affordable production space."

from The Albuquerque Journal


Beyond the Frame

A performance celebrating New Mexico’s rich art culture at the New Mexico Museum of Art’s Centennial Gala.

May 5, 2018

Stagecoach Foundation is a proud sponsor of New Mexico Museum of Art’s Centennial Campaign and gala event. As part of its involvement, Stagecoach Foundation and its partner, Meow Wolf, have created a one-of-a-kind performance art piece.