'Drunktown's Finest' comes a little closer to home

By Shondiin Silversmith
Navajo Times

WINDOW ROCK, May 22, 2014

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From film festivals in Utah to the United Kingdom, Native film "Drunktown's Finest" is being seen by audiences far and wide and now it will be showed to audiences a little closer to home during the Albuquerque Film and Media Experience (AFME).

AFME is an event that represents creative achievement in film, music, arts and entertainment, stated their website. Their mission is "to create oneness through the power of film, media and the arts."

"We are excited about this extraordinary festival on Route 66 and downtown," said AFME Creators Lainie S. Quirk and Ivan Wiener in a press release. "AFME is gaining traction as one of the leading international film festivals worldwide with Albuquerque and the State of New Mexico ready to shine for the many attendees who are coming from around the globe."

"Drunktown's Finest" will be screened at the KiMo Theatre on June 4 at 8 p.m. as part of the weeklong festival. The film is considered to be one of AFME's red carpet movie events.

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