Rebecca 'Puck' Stair

11 AM | Film and Media Landscape in Southern New Mexico

With the opening of 828 Studios and a potential 35% tax incentive for filmmakers, Las Cruces has seen an uptick in production.  This trend will positively affect education and employment in our area. 

A former English teacher, diversity trainer, magazine editor and barnhand, Rebecca Puck Stair has been working as a location scout & manager and producer for over fifteen years. Notable projects include No Country For Old Men, 3:10 To Yuma, Terminator: Salvation, Independence Day: Resurgence, Jumanj Jungle Sequel and The Harder They Fall.

The current president of IATSE Local 480, she’s also a member of NM Women In Film and served on the Executive Board of the Location Managers Guild International.

In 2017 and 2018 she took a sabbatical from the biz to produce podcasts and conferences for the Franciscan monk Father Richard Rohr. When not filming, she rides horses, skis, runs triathlons, and other questionable activities that require helmets.

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