Movies in Enchanted Hills


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  • KiMo Theatre
    On September 19, 1927, KiMo Theatre opened by hosting an overflow crowd for an evening of performances by local Native Americans. The show proved an apt premiere for the Pueblo Deco-style space, which was designed with a unique blending of Art Deco flourishes and Native American motifs. The theme carried through to the smallest details?the ceiling beams were textured to look like logs, and even the air vents mimicked Navajo rugs. Amid these intricate trappings, the theater showcased movies, vaudeville shows, and performances by luminaries such as Gloria Swanson and Ginger Rogers. The KiMo Theatre retains its luster today, thanks to a meticulous restoration and standing on the National Register of Historic Places. The original decor has been updated with a few new touches, such as the chandeliers shaped like Native American funerary canoes that hang above the auditorium. The onstage entertainment still encompasses an engaging mix of new and classic films, dance and theatrical performances, live concerts, and visual art shows featuring tap-dancing paintings.
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    423 Central Ave NW
    Albuquerque, NM US
  • The Screen
    Brent Kliewer harnesses his film-programming experience and passion for filmmaking for his curatorial duties at The Screen, a theater founded in 1999 at the Santa Fe University of Art and Design. A former critic for the Santa Fe New Mexican and critical-studies professor in the university’s Moving Image Arts department, Brent relies on his encyclopedic knowledge of world and contemporary cinema to choose each week’s selection. Brent’s picks are projected in 35mm or digital format on a high-definition curved screen that boasts a 16-speaker Dolby Digital surround-sound system built within an old soundstage. In addition to an array of lauded celluloid, The Screen has hosted visits and screenings with numerous Hollywood stars and insiders, including Robert Redford, Tommy Lee Jones, Brokeback Mountain screenwriter Larry McMurtry, and an extra from Raiders of the Lost Ark who almost got to hug Harrison Ford.
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    1600 Saint Michaels Dr.
    Santa Fe, NM US
  • Battlefield New Mexico
    Within an hour, Battlefield New Mexico's personnel can transform any space—from a tiny backyard to 500-acre expanse—into an outdoor laser tag venue. Before the first bout, team commanders show players how to use their taggers and run through the rules of various gaming scenarios. During the fast-paced battles that follow, participants convene at team bases and duck for cover behind inflatable crates. Along with laser tag, Battlefield New Mexico staffers run rounds of water tag during the summer and enliven parties with a 20-foot wide inflatable movie screen and projector for film viewings or big-screen video game playing.
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    1289 Monterrey Road Northeast
    Rio Rancho, NM US
  • Winning Coffee Co.
    Head to Winning Coffee Co. for a steaming cup of joe. For a new take on healthy and vegan food, dine at Winning Coffee Co. Free wifi is available as well. Parties of any size can easily be seated at Winning Coffee Co. At Winning Coffee Co., the prime seating is on the patio. Come check out what all the buzz is about. Score parking in the lot adjacent to Winning Coffee Co., a local restaurant. Bicyclists will also find lots of space to safely lock up their bikes. Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner, Winning Coffee Co. is a great dining option for any time of day.
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    111 Harvard Dr SE
    Albuquerque, NM US
  • Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta
    The Albuquerque Wine Festival celebrates the lusty libations concocted at 27 wineries throughout New Mexico that generate nearly 700,000 gallons of wine between them every year. Upon arrival, attendees are gifted with a glass from which to sip and savor endless samples. After consuming enough cabernet to loosen the joints and mellow the mind, the crowd can set toes free to tap to the live sounds Felonious Groove, Nosotros, Ben Martinez, and other performers while taking pit stops to browse through goods crafted by regional artisans. Stomachs in search of solid sustenance can set their suitcases down at food vendors serving up French, German, Caribbean, and Cajun fare. The festival offers free parking and welcomes guests younger than 21 if they are accompanied by a parent or legal guardian, and the spacious, serene Balloon Fiesta Park boasts ample space to relax or practice three-legged race sprints.
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    4401 Alameda Blvd NE
    Albuquerque, NM US
  • Hotel Andaluz
    The second annual Albuquerque Film Festival will showcase films, workshops, and parties, as well as exhibits of photography, music, and dance. Start your weekend with a Friday night double feature. In American Cowslip, Val Kilmer wages a religious crusade to save his younger brother from a heroin addiction, while Guy Pearce tears his life apart after a troubling psychic reading in First Snow. After four hours of sitting quietly, you'll be ready to stretch your legs and talking cords at the official festival party, held at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. On Saturday, fans of American choppers and explosive bus rides can check out Mad Dog Morgan, a Dennis Hopper retrospective. Or support Albuquerque's own James Mercer, frontman of The Shins and star of Some Days are Better than Others, a film dealing with issues of loneliness and abandonment.
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    125 2nd Street Northwest
    Albuquerque, NM US

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