Bonanza Creek Ranch

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We’re thrilled to be a sponsor of the inaugural New Mexico Film Guide.This innovative project is going to help filmmaker...
12/31/2023

We’re thrilled to be a sponsor of the inaugural New Mexico Film Guide.
This innovative project is going to help filmmakers from across the globe navigate filming in NM and see all that we have to offer!

Hi All! We are very excited to be launching the official NM Film Guide this coming January with our launch party being at Sundance 2024 in Park City, Utah! The team behind the Film Guide is dedicated to making New Mexico accessible to film makers looking to come to our state and ensuring that we are...

Thanks for the recognition MovieMaker Magazine! Santa Fe truly is the best place to live and work for film. Not only do ...
01/24/2023

Thanks for the recognition MovieMaker Magazine!
Santa Fe truly is the best place to live and work for film. Not only do we offer great incentives, we have multiple beautiful movie ranches, state of the art studio and the absolute best film crews.
Congrats to Jennifer LaBar-Tapia at the Santa Fe Film Office for all that you’ve done for our community.

Whatever is beautiful. Whatever is meaningful. Whatever brings you happiness. May it be yours this holiday season and th...
12/24/2021

Whatever is beautiful. Whatever is meaningful. Whatever brings you happiness. May it be yours this holiday season and throughout the coming year.

First day of filming and within hours of arriving on set Imogene shined down over the ranch.. her presence was felt by a...
10/09/2021

First day of filming and within hours of arriving on set Imogene shined down over the ranch.. her presence was felt by all around!
Her mission was to ensure NM and all “her people” stayed busy filming on Bonanza Creek Ranch and we are making sure her life’s work and legacy continue for years to come.

Imogene Sanders Hughes of Santa Fe, NM met her Lord and Savior on October 4, 2021, at the age of 89 years. Her family; J...
10/09/2021

Imogene Sanders Hughes of Santa Fe, NM met her Lord and Savior on October 4, 2021, at the age of 89 years. Her family; James E. (Barbara) Spaccamonti, Roanna (Jim)Abel, Denise (Brad) Spaccamonti Paglione, all of Pueblo, CO, and Richard (Shannon) Hughes, of Albuquerque, NM, including six grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren, are saddened to announce her passing. Preceded in death by her beloved spouse, Glenn D. Hughes; and her parents, Ed and Marie Sanders. Her greatest loves were her family and sharing her coveted Christian heritage. Imogene was born in Lenapah, OK, and at age 7, moved to Pueblo, CO where she graduated from Centennial High School. She married James C. Spaccamonti and raised three children while working on family farm. She received her cosmetology license and enjoyed a thriving business. Imogene then moved to Albuquerque, NM to sell real estate. It was there she met Glenn D. Hughes. When Glenn passed away, Imogene moved to Santa Fe full-time and created Bonanza Creek Film Locations, hosting major motion pictures. In 2015, she earned the moniker of “The First Lady of New Mexico Film” by the Santa Fe Independent Film Festival. In 2018, Imogene was also inducted into the New Mexico Film Hall of Fame along with Shirley MacLaine and George R.R. Martin. Her awards and achievements emphasized her leadership which quickly led her to becoming the epitome of a positive role model for women in fine arts and motion pictures in a male dominated industry. She tirelessly championed the film industry with state legislators to produce New Mexico’s economic incentives thus opening doors for more motion picture business to be produced in the state. Imogene’s legacy touched many lives from near and far while finding much joy during her years working with filmmakers -- both established and novice, various recording artists, and local church leaders both in Santa Fe and Albuquerque. Imogene had a heart for the young and upcoming film students and as a result a scholarship fund has been set up in her honor. In lieu of flowers or food, we kindly ask that donations be made to the Imogene Hughes Scholarship Fund through the Santa Fe Film Institute.
https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=P3W6ML59NGWD2

Viewing will be held Tuesday, Oct 12, 2021 from 5:00pm to 7:00pm at Roselawn Funeral Home. Funeral Service will be held 10:00am, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 at Roselawn Chapel with interment to follow at Roselawn Cemetery. Online condolences can be made at https://www.roselawnpueblo.org/obituaries/Imogene-Hughes-3/

Breathtaking photos in the movie town of Clyde the bison and his cowboy Wyatt.Photos taken by Russell Brown. Check out h...
06/07/2021

Breathtaking photos in the movie town of Clyde the bison and his cowboy Wyatt.

Photos taken by Russell Brown. Check out his work on Instagram at dr_brown or
www.russellbrown.com to learn more about cool ways to edit.

“News Of The World” Production Designer, David Crank, explains in this article just why New Mexico is so appealing to pr...
02/10/2021

“News Of The World” Production Designer, David Crank, explains in this article just why New Mexico is so appealing to production companies.
We love our ranch, the movies produced on it and the people in NM who make it possible.

“I think often what can happen with period pieces, as well as Westerns, is they just get kind of fancy—and sometimes, it works for the story. But when you look at pictures from the time perio…

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