- Dockside Dining
- Morning Blend
- Guy's Family Road Trip
- Train Shakes Up Christmas in North Tahoe!
- Scott Zumwalt
- Volkwagen Commercials
Missing Tahoe’s famed “Dockside Dining?” West Shore Café in Homewood, CA is featured in this week’s episode of “Dockside Dining” airing on the Food Paradise network. Check it out Sunday, December 10 at 9 p.m./8c. Los Angeles based O’Malley Productions filmed for one day at the eatery in September.
Filming in Placer County was the focus of three segments on Ch. 10’s Sacramento news program “Morning Blend”- including a stop at California’s highest bridge, the Foresthill Bridge - to discuss the iconic movie “XXX” car stunt shot there. Media Personality and reporter Mark S Allen spoke with Beverly Lewis, Director of the Placer-Lake Tahoe Film Office, and Gary Davis, veteran director and celebrated stunt coordinator, about why Placer County has been so popular for filming. One big reason - the elevation changes from 90’ to over 9000’ within a 90 minute drive across the county, providing a lot of location options in close proximity. Clips from some of the scores of productions filmed in the county are featured.
Beverly Lewis and Gary Davis being interviewed by Mark S. Allen at the Foresthill Bridge.
For years Guy Fieri has explored America, seeking out the best spots on Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives. Now, he is sharing that experience with his family as they hit the road for the classic American tradition - a family road trip! It premieres on Sunday, August 13th at 10|9c, and again on August 18th on the Food Network Channel. Guy and his family’s first stop on the road trip is Lake Tahoe’ s North Shore where Guy's family fuel up for a day of mountain biking with some decadent Belgian waffles at Euro Snack.
“Mamaboy” premieres on Dish Network and Direct TV on April 1st, 2017 and debuts on ITunes May 23rd. Featuring scenes shot in Rocklin, CA, this locally produced film has secured major distribution - and major success. Congrats to Writer-Producer Rick Kuebler, Director Aaron Leong and the rest of the regionally based production team for a job well done!
Lead singer Patrick Monahan and his team filmed their holiday favorite “Shake Up Christmas” in the Tahoe City-Tahoma area of Placer County in mid-November. Many local businesses and residents opened their doors, took their boats out of winter storage, and were featured in this engaging music video. Thanks Train and Happy Holidays!
The Placer-Lake Tahoe Film Office bestowed awards for outstanding support of media production at the 2017 Tahoe Community Awards Dinner held at the Resort at Squaw Creek. Scott Zumwalt, was honored for his individual efforts in accommodating three different productions at his businesses in 2016; and Homewood Mountain Resort won in the Business Category for their creative approach in attracting a reality TV show during a challenging winter.