UNM Legacy


Actor Edward James Olmos joins the cast with Director Reynaldo Villalobos, and Sanchez films llc in San Lorenzo canyon  New Mexico. The Legacy of UNMH is as strong as the legacy of the Land and Horses of New Mexico. The Legacy of Actor Edward James Olmos is a perfect fit for this master piece shot with the land and horse and history of New Mexico..


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The Lost Pueblo”- A Short Film

The Lost Pueblohas been nominated as a finalist for the 2016 Best Shorts Competition Humanitarian Award.



The goal of the Humanitarian Award is to honor filmmakers who are bringing awareness to issues of Ecological, Political, Social Justice, Health and Wellness, Animals, Wildlife, Conservation, Global and Spiritual importance.

Each year Best Shorts bestows a Grand Prize Humanitarian Award to a deserving filmmaker who is committed to making a difference in the world through impactful filmmaking that highlights a critical need of our time – combined with exceptional filmmaking craft.

In addition to the Grand Prize Humanitarian Award winner, the judges award some of the other nominees with three other levels of awards – Outstanding Achievement, Award of Distinction and Honorable Mention.

The Grand Prize winner will receive a beautiful 24 K gold-plated statuette created by the company that made the coveted Oscar statuette.  All levels of Humanitarian Award winners are promoted on the Best Shorts and Global Film Awardswebsites, through Facebook, Twitter and all award winners receive beautiful laurels to use on all of your marketing material.

To learn more about the awards and to see past winners, visit the Best Shorts website at http://www.bestshorts.net.

To learn more about or watch the short The Lost Pueblo, visit the Best Shorts website at http://lostpueblo.sanchezfilmsllc.com

At The End Of The Santa Fe Trail: Teaser

Hey, here is a teaser for a new pilot we have developed about a Nun who had adventures with Billy the Kid, and other treble characters in the late 1800’s.