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SANTA FE—Gov. Bill Richardson today announced that the film Tiger Eyes is being shot in New Mexico. The film is an adaptation of the young adult novel by bestselling author Judy Blume.
The production is shooting in Santa Fe, Albuquerque, and Los Alamos and is expected to hire more than 100 New Mexico cast and crew.
“Judy Blume’s novels are known throughout the world for their character-driven, relatable stories that take on real-life issues, and I am sure this will be a tremendous success,” Richardson said.
“Tiger Eyes is set in and around Los Alamos, and I am pleased that the production will stay true to its New Mexico roots.”
Tiger Eyes tells the story of a teenage girl, Davey Wexler, struggling to deal with the murder of her father. Seeking a fresh start, Davey’s mother moves her and her little brother to Los Alamos to live with relatives.
While climbing in the canyon Davey meets the mysterious Wolf, who helps her find a way to get on with her life.
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