New Mexico on Film

A look at recent productions filmed in the state

In 1898, Thomas Edison shot “Indian Day School” in New Mexico, and directors have been using it ever since. Recent productions include:

3:10 to Yuma (Lionsgate)

The Astronaut Farmer (Warner)

Bordertown (ThinkFilm)

Carriers (Paramount Vantage)

The Eye (Lionsgate)

Fanboys (MGM/Weinstein Co.)

First Snow (Yari Film Group)

The Flock (Freestyle)

Have Dreams, Will Travel (independent)

The Hitcher (Rogue)

In the Valley of Elah (Warner Independent)

No Country for Old Men (Miramax)

Save Me (independent)

Seraphim Falls (Samuel Goldwyn Films)

Sunshine Cleaning (independent)

Trade (Roadside Attractions)

Transformers (Paramount/DreamWorks)


Comanche Moon (CBS)

In Plain Sight (USA Networks)

The Sarah Connor Chronicles (Fox)

Wildfire (ABC Family)

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