A DAY IN SANTA FE

by James HUGHES & Lynn RIGGS
1931 / 16mm / b&w / sound / 1S / 30' 18




Co-Maker: James Hughes
“Riggs’s film poem conveys delight with his adopted hometown through a documentarian’s eye for significant detail, a lyrical sensitivity, and homespun humor. The film, too, serves as a chronicle of people and places of Santa Fe in the early 1930s, when it earned the epithet ‘Greenwich Village of the West.’” —William M. Butler
New music : Neal Kurz
Courtesy : New Mexico State Records Center and Archives
Courtesy: Unseen Cinema: Early American Avant-Garde Film 1893-1941

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distribution format Digital file on server (NTSC)
screen 4/3 (single screen)
speed 29,976 fps
sound sound
rental fee 50,00 €