SANTA FE, N.M. – The New Mexico Film Office announces a docuseries, Santa Fe Foods, produced by Windmill Winds Entertainment, LLC, will film in Santa Fe and around Santa Fe County in September and October 2021.

Santa Fe Foods is an episodic docuseries that will highlight the world-class chefs, restaurants, and food of one of the world's great food scenes: Santa Fe, New Mexico. The six episodes will also showcase Santa Fe and Santa Fe County as the world-class destination that it is, to travelers who seek the rare combination of food, art, shopping, and outdoor recreation.

“Santa Fe has been a premier tourist destination for decades - offering unique shopping, an outstanding art scene, the thrill of outdoor recreation, beautiful hotels, a rich history and culture, and world-class food. We are excited for this home-grown docuseries that will feature what makes the oldest capitol in the U.S. an inimitable and treasured place,” said Amber Dodson, Director, New Mexico Film Office. 

Santa Fe Foods is executive produced and directed by Greg Zoch who is also producing alongside Teresa Zoch.

“Teresa and I have been lifelong enthusiasts for Santa Fe and the vibrant, immersive experiences that Santa Fe offers. Not the least of which are the world-class restaurants. As such, we are extremely excited to have the opportunity to work with some truly wonderful and gifted people to showcase the amazing City Different to the world,” said Greg Zoch. 

The production will employ approximately 6 New Mexico crew members, 12 New Mexico principal actors, and 20 New Mexico background actors. The series’ season one will feature various prominent food and local experts including 6 local chefs. 

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 nmfilm.com.

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