The Santa Fe Film Festival presents Without Borders.  A Special Screening & Reception with the filmmakers and cast at the New Mexico History Museum

Friday, October 5, 2012

6:00 pm — 10:00 pm

New Mexico History Museum Auditorium
113 Lincoln Avenue (Next to the Palace of the Governors)

*Includes: Screening, Q & A /reception with filmmakers & cast, food & drink

Santa Fe Film Festival Office, Nani Rivera
60 W. San Francisco St. Suite 307, Santa Fe NM 87504
Constellation Home Electronics, Karen Rand
215 N Guadalupe, Santa Fe NM 87501
Plaza Cafe Southside
3466 Zafarano Dr. Santa Fe, NM 87507


Join the SFFF and Writer/Director Nick Gaitatjis at the Southwest premiere of Without Borders and a reception featuring Greek and Mexican appetizers and beverages provided by Leonard Razatos of the Plaza Southside.

This special screening of Without Borders will be followed by a Q & A and reception with the filmmakers and members of the cast. Among those attending are: writer/director Nick Gaitatjis, editor Matthew Cassel, and Academy-Award Nominee Seymour Cassel.

Banned from theaters in Europe (Greece), controversial film Without Borders made its US Premiere at the Los Angeles Greek Film Festival to a sold-out crowd.  It boasts an international all-star cast including Yorgo Voyagis, Peter Nikkos, Georges Corraface, David Millbern and Seymour Cassel. Without Borders also features an original musical soundtrack by renowned composer George Theofanous.

With the help of his eccentric cousin, Thanasis embarks on a journey across continents in search of his six-year-old adopted daughter, redefining the meaning of familial love along the way.

Hear Writer/Director Nick Gaitatjis and SFFF board member Alex Pattakos on “New Mexico Film Works,” broadcast in Santa Fe on Saturday, September 22 at 11:00 a.m. on KTRC TALK 1260AM and in Albuquerque on Sunday, September 23 at 12:00 p.m. (noon) on 1350-KABQ. The show will be podcast after it airs 

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September 17, 2012 | Category: News | Comments (0)

Written by Nani

Nani Rivera is a graduate from the College of Santa Fe with a Bachelor’s Degree in film and an Associate Arts Degree in Media Arts from the Santa Fe Community College. She has worked on several films and TV shows including; Legion, My One & Only, Vegas, Paul, and Brothers. Acting as Garson Studios Coordinator at Santa Fe University of Art & Design was among many of her projects after graduating. Nani has handled legislative work on the Breaking Bad Bill, regional coordinator for Labor 2014, and directed special projects for New Mexico Film workers through the IATSE Local 480. Not only is she a skilled photographer, she has also produced and edited numerous commercials and PSA’s. She is currently the Executive Director of the Santa Fe Film Festival and lives in Santa Fe.

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