The Chile Film Trailer

“The Chile Film” comes to KSFR radio show Cinema Scope

Click on the link below to hear the Director of “The Chile Film” on KSFR radio show Cinema Scope talk about the films production and our chile adventures throughout the summer and fall. You can listen live to KSFR at www.ksfr.org

\”The Chile Film\” on KSFR Cinema Scope

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The End of The Green Chile Season… But Not The End of Chile

We thought this video was a good one to share even if it is not apart of “The Chile Film.” Here is a quote from Stuart Dyson’s article off of KOB News 4.

“Last year’s chile harvest was about 8,700 acres, the lowest since 1973, down 29% from 2009. The crop had a cash value of $41.6 million, according to the New Mexico Department of Agriculture.”

Santa Fe Wine & Chile 2011

We had a tremendous time filming at The Santa Fe Wine and Chile Fiesta. While hundreds of people flock to the event from all over the nation and the globe to experience the food and wine of New Mexico we were happy to nab a few attendees for some short impromptu interviews about their experience with New Mexico chile and how they found out about the Santa Fe Wine and Chile Fiesta.

The event is held at the one-and-only Santa Fe Opera house. The views, the food, the wine are all reasons why every year the event is sold out and continues to increase in size.In 2010 SFW&C celebrated their 20th anniversary and had 100 wineries, 70 restaurants, a dozen guest chefs, and over 4,ooo attendees. I don’t know what the numbers were for this year…but we can assure you there were MANY MANY people and a lot of enjoyment. Check out some of our behind the scenes videos of candid interviews we filmed with attendees of this years SFW&C Fiesta.

Hatch Chile Festival 2011

 

Our crew had such an amazing time this weekend down in Hatch for the CHile Festival. We enjoyed Green Chile ice-cream, as well as being instructed on how to make chile ristras. We were able to meet many of the vendors at the festival as well as several tourists who came to visit just for the famous “Hatch Chile.” It was fun to take part in the chile eating contests as well as cheer others along, and see this years Hatch Chile Queen crowned at the festival. Below we have a short video of the parade, as well as clips of the mens chile eating contest and vendors around town showing off their skill in ristra making. We hope you enjoy!

 

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