Wed, Oct 14, 2020 to Sat, Oct 24 2020
“A well-informed and wildly informative love letter to the city and an important community service I didn’t know I needed until it came barreling into my life. It’s enjoyable, it’s entertaining
This experiment in community storytelling began with a pandemic-era question: How can we keep our neighbors connected during a time of isolation? Through its first five episodes, Littleglobe TV—Santa Fe’s first free, crowd-sourced media project—has featured works by dozens of filmmakers and artists, submissions from more than 100 residents and works created by a wide range of local organizations. The show has explored topics including environmental transitions, homelessness and the development of the Midtown Campus. Littleglobe TV has reached thousands with its segments, including investigative journalism, animation, short comedy, personal essays, music videos and profiles of grocery store workers, artists, chile roasters and more. This selection includes works by Hank Rogerson, Aurora Escobeda, Nathan Hollis, Noor-un-nisa Touchon, Daniel Stephensen, Katy Gross, Alejandro Snodgrass and Ed Radtke.