Archive for The Performance Space
La Plancha at La Tienda Dinner & Film Evening
Wednesday, June 5, 5:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Dinner Buffet (Prix Fixe Menu) & Film: $35
Film Only Admission: $15 – Limited to 10
Happy Hour/Cash Bar: 5:00 p.m.
Buffet Dinner Begins 5:30 p.m.
Movie Begins: 6:30 p.m. (Film is 120 minutes)
Post-screening Discussion: 8:30 p.m. led by CIR member, Rob Reider
La Plancha de Eldorado is a casual latin grill that features a large menu of original recipes and unique flavors. It is Eldorado’s best kept secret! On this evening, La Plancha will offer a dinner buffet including an assortment of appetizers, Baby Back Pork Ribs, Grilled Chicken Breast & Salmon, their fabulous grilled vegetables, rice and traditional desserts.
The Sea Inside - 2004 Spanish film written, produced, directed and scored by Alejandro Amenabar. It is based on the real-life story of Ramon Sampedro (played by Javier Bardem), a Galician ship mechanic left quadriplegic after a diving accident and his 29-year campaign in support of euthanasia and the right to end his life.
The Sea Inside won the 2004 Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film, the 2004 Golden Globe for Best Foreign Language Film, and 14 Goya Awards including awards for Best Film, Best Director, Best Lead Actor, Best Lead Actress, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress and Best Original Screenplay.
REEL NEW MEXICO
May 9, 7 p.m. at La Tienda
Sundance Audience Award winner
On Thursday, May 9, Reel New Mexico is proud to present “Buck,” a stunning documentary about a horse trainer best described as a real life horse whisperer.
The New York Times called it “mesmerizing viewing [that] holds your attention and heart.” Salon termed it “impossible to resist.” The Los Angeles Times hailed it as “an exceptional slice of Americana [that] transports us to a better world. At the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, “Buck” won the Audience Choice award.
This richly textured and visually stunning documentary follows master horseman Buck Brannaman from his abusive childhood to his phenomenally successful approach to horses. He eschews the violence of his upbringing, teaching people to communicate with their horses through leadership and sensitivity, not punishment. Filmed throughout the West, “Buck” is a truly American story of a man who dramatically transforms horses – and people – with understanding , compassion and respect. You don’t need to know horses to love this beautiful, haunting tale.
John Parks, of Trinity Ranch just south of Eldorado, has known and worked with Buck for more than two decades and counts him as a close friend. Immediately following the screening, he will answer audience questions about Buck the man and about his amazing techniques.
Reel New Mexico presents films with a New Mexico connection on the second Thursday of each month, at 7 p.m. in The Performance Space in La Tienda Center, off Avenida Vista Grande at 285. For a truly memorable evening, don’t miss “Buck” on May 9. A contribution of five dollars is suggested at the door. Directions to the venue are at http://www.reelnewmexico.com
Following in the mystical tradition of “Rumi Returning,” “Globalized Soul: Stories from the Tipping Point to a New World” presents a mystic tour of humanity’s longing for love and peace. It features the spiritual wisdom of the Dalai Lama and sacred activists such as Sheikh Abdul Aziz Bukhari. A lavish visual odyssey, it was filmed in India, Turkey, Morocco, Israel, Mexico, the U.S. and the Parliament of the World’s Religions in Melbourne, Australia and set to the music of Philip Glass and Ravi Shankar.
Arun Ghandi, grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, pronounced the film “a sensitively made film on peace [that] leaves you with a positive feeling that peace is possible if we know how to build it.”
On Sunday, March 24, from 3-4:30 pm, Eldorado resident and Santa Fe Poet Laureate Jon Davis will host “Santa Fe Poets 1,” the first of six readings that will take place over the next fifteen months at various venues in and around Santa Fe. Each reading will feature a different group of five poets reading with the poet laureate.
At this first reading, Davis will read from a new manuscript and from his most recent book, Preliminary Report, published by Copper Canyon Press in 2010. In addition to being Santa Fe’s fourth poet laureate, Davis is director of the new Low Residency MFA Program at the Institute of American Indian Arts, where he has taught for 22 years.
The other readers will be Dana Levin, who teaches at Santa Fe University of Art & Design and is the author of three books, including Sky Burial (Copper Canyon Press, 2011); Gabe Gomez, author of The Outer Bands (U. of Notre Dame Press, 2006) and Seed Bank (Mouthfeel Books, 2012); Ungelbah Daniel Davila, author of the chapbook Outlaw Neon, which is forthcoming in Effigies II from Salt Press; and Deborah Casillas, whose poems have appeared in Ontario Review, Crab Orchard Review, Prairie Schooner, and North American Review.
Suggested donation of $2 to support The Performance Space at La Tienda, but no one will be turned away. For more information, call Jon Davis at 424.2365 or e-mail him at email@example.com.
A multi-voiced poetry reading that weaves film, images and perspective featuring Catherine Ferguson, Colleen Carias, Katherine Seluja, Laurie Hilton AND guests.
At The Performance Space, Sunday March 17 at 2 pm.
Katherine Seluja speaks in the tradition of nurse poets, has received regional awards for her short stories as well as her poetry. Co-author of Braided Voices, she has been published in numerous journals.
Catherine Ferguson, Galisteo artist, short story writer, featured poet of Malpais Review, co-author of The Sound a Raven Makes. Her poetry and images are featured in whynotapoem production films.
Colleen Carias, poet-filmmaker, her poems appear in journals in print and online. She is a co-author of Braided Voices and producer of why no a poem productions.
Laurie Hilton’s poetry appears in several journals. She is a co-author of Braided Voices, a selection in the last NMWABF.
Saturday, March 2 at The Performance Space
The Eldorado community is eager to initiate what we hope to be the first of many Salsa Nights at the Performance Spot this Saturday, March 2nd. An introductory salsa class will begin at 8 pm with live music by Nosotors to follow. Nosotros is a fabulous, local Latin band that has been playing in and outside of New Mexico for many years. Nosotros plays a variety of Latin music influenced by Salsa, Cumbia, Cha-Cha, Rock and Jazz. Please join us to support our local businesses and to have a hot, fabulous evening of dance and Latin rhythms!
The Womens Tree and La Tienda Present:
Documentary Screening and Discussion
Saturday, November 17, 2012
6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
The Performance Space at La Tienda
Facilitated audience discussion follows the film.
Admission is free of charge. Donations are welcome.
Written and directed by Jennifer Siebel Newsom, the documentary Miss Representation exposes how mainstream media contribute to the under-representation of women in positions of power and influence in America. The film challenges the media’s limited and often disparaging portrayals of women and girls, which make it difficult for women to achieve leadership positions and for the average woman to feel powerful herself.
In a society where media is the most persuasive force shaping cultural norms, the collective message that our young women and men overwhelmingly receive is that a woman’s value and power lie in her youth, beauty, and sexuality, and not in her capacity as a leader. While women have made great strides in leadership over the past few decades, the United States is still 90th in the world for women. Please join us in helping to educate the women of the next generation.