The New Mexico Film Office today announced the
feature film Outlaw Land, produced by Keystone Films LLC, has begun
production in New Mexico. Filming will take place during September and
October 2021 in Santa Fe and Albuquerque, New Mexico.
“There is no place but New Mexico to tell the old western tale of
Butch Cassidy. Ranches, western sets, wild horses, vast stunning deserts
with train tracks that wind with the landscape, New Mexico is and has
always been the place to shoot a western,” said Amber Dodson,
Director, New Mexico Film Office.
Outlaw Land is directed by Anthony C. Ferrante (Sharknado) and produced
by Daniel Lusko (Persecuted).
Outlaw Land is the story of Butch Cassidy and a wild bunch who flee
from authorities after robbing a train.
The production will employ approximately 20 New Mexico crew members, 15
New Mexico principal cast members, and 150 New Mexico background and
“We’re excited to make an iconic western with local New Mexicans at
the helm. In addition, we are thrilled to partner with the Wheels Museum
of ABQ, and NM Locomotive who are preserving some of New Mexico’s
greatest treasures as we bring a memorable western movie like Butch
Cassidy to life,” said Daniel Lusko, Producer.
For more information on the production contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
All film and television productions in New Mexico are required to adhere
to the state’s operative emergency public health order, associated
public health restrictions and COVID-Safe Practices.
The New Mexico Film Office has released Back2One, a catchall set of
principles, general recommendations, and resources for film and
television productions operating during COVID-19. Back2One
recommendations and other COVID-Safe Practices can be found at
Michelle Lujan Grisham
Alicia J. Keyes
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
October 6, 2021
Media Inquiries: Jennifer Esquivel