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C&G Wins Best New Mexico Film

The Caffeine & Gasoline: Evolution of the American Rocker family is honored to have been selected one of New Mexico's Best Films at the Albuquerque Film & Music Experience 2019.…
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Caffeine & Gasoline Movie Review

By Bill Nevins bill_nevins@yahoo.com Caffeine & Gasoline: Evolution of the American Rocker This new documentary film directed by Steven Maes skillfully and with deft humor and a fine musical soundtrack…
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Blackbird Film Festival

This film trailer did an excellent job of grabbing the attention of the audience and sparking interest in a longer film. The cinematography was strong and used stylistic camera angles,…
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First Award for C&G

Hopefully the first in a long line of #amaesing things to come for Caffeine & Gasoline: Evolution of the American Rocker! We were selected WINNER of the month of October for the…
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Through the lens of fatherhood

From: Rust is Gold Antiques Blog Writer: Thaison Garcia Through the lens of fatherhood I jokingly tell people, being a man is a matter of age, and being a gentleman…
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C&G Trailer Screening

The NM Film Foundation will be holding a Indie Film Night at the Albuquerque Museum, May 18, 2017 from 5:30-9:00 PM. The Caffeine & Gasoline official teaser trailer will be screened…
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Silver City native working on motorcycle film project

Silver City-Sun News SILVER CITY — Silver City native and New Mexico Filmmaker, Steven “Fenix” Maes, known for his iconic design work on cult series Breaking Bad, is hard at…
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Media

Find out more about Caffeine & Gasoline with featurettes, video clips and behind the scenes images and footage. Take a look at the making of the documentary with the people,…
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Articles & Write-ups

Articles and write-ups about the film. Stories featuring the cast and crew of Caffeine & Gasoline. Through the lens of fatherhood 3 Nov 2017From: Rust is Gold Antiques Blog Writer:…
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Caffeine and Gasoline gathers momentum

OneheadlightInk.com by Samantha Anne Carrillo New Mexican director Steve “Fenix” Maes is a busy guy. It’s Friday afternoon, and he has been on the “Longmire” set in Santa Fe all…
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