Associate Producer for "Painting Santa Fe," one-hour documentary for KNME-TV (New Mexico PBS) Winner of 2018 Rocky Mountain Emmy for best historical documentary.
Producer for "Taming New Mexico," one-hour documentary, for KNME-TV (New Mexico PBS)
Producer for "Painting Albuquerque," one-hour documentary, for KNME-TV (New Mexico PBS)
Sept. 2013 to present
Producer for GOV-TV, City of Albuquerque
(see programs under Taos Communications below)
Head writer on "Baking Bad," finalist for the Albuquerque 48 Hour Film Project competition
Nov. 2011 to Dec. 2012
Staff writer on "The After After Party" TV show with Steven Michael Quezada
Jan-Feb 2010 and 2011
Producer of the Luminaria Awards show for Albuquerque Little Theatre
Produced videos of award recipients and scripted show honoring notables in the New Mexico film industry
Coordinated filmmaking intensive for students at Jimmy Carter and Truman Middle Schools for Youth Development, Inc. Taught screenwriting and produced the short film "The Honor Student."
January 2010 to June 2014
Marketing and video production for the City of Albuquerque Public Art Program (see programs under Taos Communications below)
Feb. 2005 to June 2008
Producer at KNME-TV (New Mexico PBS)
11 episodes of "In Focus," a weekly public affairs show
10 episodes of "Roundhouse Report"
5 episodes of "Stateline," a monthly live call-in show
"Dwindling Desert" special, with panel discussion on urban sprawl
"Alabados: Songs of New Mexico," documentary for "Colores!" (2005)
"Sleeping Monsters, Sacred Fires: Volcanoes of New Mexico," 30-minute documentary for "Colores!" (2006)
"Antoine Predock: Earth Meets Sky" (trailer)
(See more above)
1999 to 2008
Executive producer/co-founder Duke City Shootout
Founded the world's first film production festival and served as one of the executive producers for 65 short films shot during the first nine years of the festival. I was responsible for production coordination, fundraising and the bulk of marketing and publicity generated during that time, including press releases, website design and maintenance, publicity campaigns, creation of festival programs and more. Also served as president of the board for the Digital Filmmaking Institute, the parent organization.
1997 to present
President and founder of Taos Communications Empire
Producer of "High Strange New Mexico" documentary (1997)
Producer of "Little Rock's Run" documentary (1999)
Producer of short documentary "Fame Eater" (2001)
Producer and host of "Gordon Church -- A Life in Art," one-hour documentary for GOV-TV Channel (2004)
Producer/director of "The Language of Spirituality" documentary (2005)
Producer/director/writer for "Insure New Mexico" PSAs (2007)
Producer/director/writer for Voices for Children promotional video (2007)
Producer/writer/VO for "Decoding Design" web video (2008)
Lead researcher/New Mexico Ecopedia Project (2008)
Segment producer for Election Day 2010 documentary, Bernalillo County
Segment producer for "New Mexico Film Orchestra" documentary
Projects for City of Albuquerque Public Art Program/GOV-TV Producer "Cesar Chavez Tribute" documentary
Producer "Feat of Clay" documentary
Producer/host "The Case for Government Support of Local Arts
Agencies" TV program*
Projects for City of Albuquerque Public Art Program/GOV-TV
Producer "Making History: Public Art in Albuquerque" documentary
Producer "Construction Sight" documentary
Producer/host for "Beyond Accumulation" TV program*
Producer/host for "Downtown Cultural District" TV program*
Producer/host for "Savor Albuquerque" TV program*
Producer/host for "Memorial Mania" TV program with Erika Doss
Producer/editor/writer ISEA 2012 Project promotional video for Albuquerque Public Art Program/516 Arts
Projects for City of Albuquerque Public Art Program/GOV-TV
Producer "Flight Path" documentary
Producer "Rain to River: The Hahn Arroyo Project" documentary
Producer "Vanishing Species, Vanishing Art" documentary
Producer/host for "Creative Albuquerque" TV program*
Producer/host for "Hahn Arroyo Mosaic Project" TV program*
Producer/host for "Bear Canyon Pedestrian Bridge" TV program*
Producer/host for "Fire Station Art" TV program*
Producer/host for "IN-SIGHT Temporary Installation Project" TV program*
Producer/host for "Convention Center Mosaic Project" TV program*
Producer/host for "Downtown Cultural Plan" TV program*
Producer/host for "Savor Albuquerque" TV program*
Producer/host for "Los Duranes Community Center" TV program*
Producer/host for "Accessing Public Art" TV program*
Producer/host for "Public Art Survey" TV program*
Producer/host for ISEA 2012 Conference Overview for
Cultural Calendar TV program
Producer/host for "Freedom Fourth" TV program for
City of Albuquerque Cultural Services/GOV-TV
Producer "Marking Time: The Center of the City Project" documentary
Producer/host for "Cultural Planning" TV program*
Producer/host for "Public Art Survey and Strategic Plan" TV program*
Producer "Behind the Scenes" TV show for GOV-TV
Producer "ABQ Business Review" for GOV-TV
Producer Public Art 35th Celebration for GOV-TV*
Producer "African-American Art in the 20th Century" promo for
ABQ Museum for GOV-TV
Producer "Breaking Bad: A Duke City Farewell," for GOV-TV
Producer, "For Kids' Sake," TV show with Dr. Lance Chilton for GOV-TV (six episodes)
Producer "Sirens For the Homeless" PSA for Albuquerque Fire Department
Producer "Innovate Albuquerque" video for GOV-TV
Producer "All Over the Map"
Producer "ABC-Z Comprehensive Plan" TV show for GOV-TV
Producer "Albuquerque Trep Center" for GOV-TV
Producer "Keep It Querque" video series for GOV-TV
Producer for "Painting Albuquerque" documentary for New Mexico PBS (KNME-TV)
Producer "The History of Albuquerque's Open Space" for GOV-TV
Producer "ABQ 50+ Sports and Fitness Program" for GOV-TV
Producer "Taming New Mexico" documentary for New Mexico PBS (KNME-TV)
Associate Producer "Painting Santa Fe" documentary for New Mexico PBS (KNME-TV)
Producer "Neighborhood at a Crossroads -- Martineztown" for GOV-TV
Producer "Neighborhood at a Crossroads -- Alamosa" for GOV-TV
Producer for "Neighborhood at a Crossroads -- Barelas" for GOV-TV
Producer for New Mexico Senior Olympics promos
Producer for "Neighborhoods at a Crossroads -- Thomas Village"
Reporter and editor for the Albuquerque Journal
Covered police and crime beat, state and federal courts, city planning, City Council, Bernalillo County Commission, arts, film and general assignment.
*For the GOV-TV/Public Art series "Take Another Look"
Tony DellaFlora helped design, guide and produce a very successful youth involvement program called the Storytellers Summer Studio program. The program was aimed at middle school youth in areas of the city where little or no summer programs existed. In consort with the 21st Century Community Learning Program, this program provided youth an opportunity to write, produce, direct, film, and act out stories that they themselves wanted to tell. The program was one of the very best programs I have seen in my nearly 39 years of directing youth service organizations. Mr. DellaFlora brings a fresh perspective to reaching youth and a passion and dedication to storytelling, writing, directing and producing high quality films and plays. I consider Tony a consummate professional and would work with him at every opportunity that presented itself."
Chris Baca, President/CEO of Youth Development, Inc.
Tony worked with a Youth Development, Inc. project in the summer of 2010. This project was a summer program called Storytellers Summer Studio and was the first of its kind in Albuquerque. The program worked with students from Jimmy Carter and Truman middle schools. Both of these schools are highly impacted by low income and families’ inability to provide additional enrichment to their children. These schools are southwest of Albuquerque where access to city/state museums and classes are non-existent.
The program consisted of art and film professionals in the areas of graphics, acting, filming, scriptwriting, and producing working side-by-side with educators/teachers of those schools to write and implement lesson plans in all those areas. Mr. DellaFlora was responsible for overseeing the programs at the two sites and providing hands-on writing, directing and filming opportunities to the students. The high-level work that these students produced under Mr. DellaFlora’s tutelage surprised even the teachers at those sites. Students then presented their work in a theatre setting to their parents and guests.
I very much appreciated Mr. DellaFlora’s creative and flexible abilities and skills that he used to make this a memorable learning experience for our students!
Amelia Gandara, Associate Director for Educational Division
Youth Development, Inc.
"From journalism to filmmaking, over the last decade I have been fortunate to work with Tony on a number of different film and media projects. I was especially impressed with the Volcanoes of New Mexico doc he produced for us. A big hit, it was distributed nationally. Tony consistently impresses me with his knowledge, hard work, dedication, and courage. I am a big fan."
Michael Kamins, Executive Producer, KNME-TV
Tony’s professional work with the Albuquerque Public Art program spans almost two decades. His coverage of the program as a writer for the Albuquerque Journal presented the complexities of public art processes in an enlightening and informative way. In the mid-2000’s, Tony developed a highly creative series of marketing and educational outreach strategies for the program.
Currently, the Public Art program is benefiting from Tony’s years of experience as he directs and produces public art videos that range from sit-down interviews with creative and academic thinkers to documentaries about artists, public art projects and Albuquerque’s history.
Tony’s role as producer/director of has brought the Public Art program out of the boring, static ages and into the dynamic world of moving picture storytelling.
Sherri Brueggemann, City of Albuquerque Public Art Program Manager
I've known Tony for several years. We met professionally on a City of Albuquerque Public Arts Program project and have since developed a friendship. I became a regular attendee of his co-produced Duke City Shootout, an astounding array of international indie talent brought in locally to produce and shoot a film in a week's time with the support of governmental and private sector backing. The stamina alone needed to pull off this intense schedule is extraordinary (not only during that crucial week, but during the whole year in preparation for it) and Tony went above and beyond in every aspect.
I also had the wonderful opportunity of having Tony produce, help script and do the voice talent for a video short to promote my first book, "Decoding Design" on the internet. He came through with flying colors! The video received almost 35,000 hits without a single "dislike" over a relatively short period of time and I still get comments on it. Tony's work underscored this essential marketing tool that helped put my work into the world in a significant way.
I can't think of a better creativity:project ratio. His energy, enthusiasm and eclectic talent are pivotal qualities in today's changing market. He has a writer's keen mind, an artists' inspired heart, and a philosopher's deep soul: timeless qualities that balance everything from budget to schedule to inspiration to conjuring the exact resource needed.
Maggie Macnab, designer, educator, author
Tony wrote, directed and produced a short video for us in 2007 in commemoration of our 20th anniversary. The concept was wonderful — adults (many of them elected officials) acting like kids being interviewed by a kid — and the final product was quite memorable. He also did it on a very tight deadline so we could show it at our anniversary dinner.
Sharon Kayne, New Mexico Voices for Children
Tony DellaFlora worked closely with the staff and other volunteers at Albuquerque Little Theatre to create our Luminaria Awards, an event designed to coincide with the annual Academy Awards television presentation. It was a creative means for the theatrical community to honor New Mexico's motion picture industry, which has made such an impact on our city and serve as a fun fundraiser for the theatre as well. Tony's vast knowledge of the movie business, his organizational skills, his writing ability and his creativity helped make this a dynamite event. We could not have done this event with out him, nor would we have wanted to.
Henry Avery, Executive/Artistic Director, Albuquerque Little Theatre
Tony was a valuable and integral part of The Filmmakers Channel, and in all our collaborations, I've found him to be exceptionally creative, attentive to details, with a focus on providing quality work on time.
Dan Latrimurti, founder of The Filmmakers Channel