Tv host of Trout Unlimited, On The Rise, Jed Fiebelkorn holds a fish while Smith River guide, Rich Zellman, looks on.
Los Angeles Crew gives glowing testimony after filming in Del Norte County!
Last Local Filmmakers Night, on Friday, Jan 27th, local biologist and filmmaker, Thomas Dunklin, shared some of his environmental videos, underwater filming techniques, and a fish dish from the Smith River, where he does most of his work.
Access Humboldt and filmHUMBOLDT are proud to present yet another Local Filmmakers Night on January 27, 2012, 7pm, at the Eureka High School Lecture Hall, featuring environmental documentary by Thomas Dunklin.
What a terrific year we have had at the Film Commission: the addition of filmDELNORTE, the launching of two new websites, and the creation of Local Filmmakers Night!
Maria Matteoli's feature film, The Wine of Summer, wrapped this week! The journey of filming in Spain, LA and finally Humboldt has come to an end.
Film Commissioner, Cassandra Hesseltine, for Humboldt and Del Norte Counties, attended the 17th Annual COLA Show (California On Locations Awards) this October in Los Angeles, California. The ceremony salutes location professionals, production companies and public employees for professional excellence while working on location in the State of California.
Cassandra Hesseltine, our Humboldt and Del Norte County Film commissioner, took part in the COLA Awards this past weekend, promoting the local areas that are ideal for filming.
“The COLA [California On Location] Awards honor industryites and public employees for excellence during on-location filming in California. Honorees include location pros and public officials who facilitate shooting.”
The new Film Commission for Del Norte County, filmDELNORTE, is off to a great start. This past August, the Discovery Channel was the first to officially film in the region since R.R.E.E.L.,Inc. has taken Del Norte County under its jurisdiction. They filmed in Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park. “It was a great spot—perfect for what we were after! I don’t think the trees have ever been filmed the way we shot them,” stated the English-based producer of the shoot.