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Film Screening: The Lost Pueblo

  • 6:00 pm
  • CFA Auditorium


The Lost Pueblo (2016) is written and produced by native New Mexicans’ Tomas and Gabriel Sanchez. The father son team wanted to bring the message that hope conquers all evil to the silver screen. The Lost Pueblo (30 min) is filmed in the Chama region and the San Lorenzo Canyon near Socorro and features a cast of talented actors. Film Director Tomas Sanchez will be in attendance as well as actors David Midthunder, Lauren Maestas Greyhawk, and Alma Sisneros. Free & Open to the Public.

Sponsored by Northern New Mexico College’s Student Activities Office, Office of Equity & Diversity and the American Indian Center.

 For more information, please contact the American Indian Center at 505.747.5458lost pueblo

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