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Eric Coyne, Film Commissioner

5961 S. Mooney Blvd.
Visalia, CA 93277
Phone (559) 624-7187
Fax (559) 730-2653
Cell (559) 786-5339

ecoyne@co.tulare.ca.us
www.filmtularecounty.com

Locations

• Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks
• Balch Park - home to many Sequoia Groves
• Fuse gates @ Terminus Dam
• Sequoia National Monument & Sequoia National Forest
• World Ag Expo/International Agri-Center
• Lake Kaweah and Lake Success
• Rivers, creeks and streams
• Charming small cities
• Quaint downtown areas
• Rustic communities
• Foothills, rural countrysides
• Agriculture: tree crops, row crops, vines
• Fields of cotton, corn and wheat
• Dairies, family size or corporate
• Scenic country roads

Credits

Film: The Informant, Best of America By Horseback, The Visitation,
Wag the Dog, Zombie Farm, Hulk, Tenacious D-the
Pick of Destiny (river scene), Son-in-Law, Under Crystal Lake,
Forrest Gump
TV: Starman, MacGyver, Death in California
Commercial: BMW, Lexus, Subaru, Honda, Scion, Yokohama
and Quaker State

 

 


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Services

The Tulare County Film Commissioner responds to
location requests and assists production staff with
everything from finding locations and securing
permits to sourcing resources they might need while
working here. The Film Commission is funded by
the Tulare County Association of Governments
(TCAG) and the County of Tulare through the Tulare
County Resource Management Agency. Visit
filmtularecounty.com for more information.

The Film Commissioner provides expert assistance
with centralized coordination of multi-jurisdictional
on-location film permits. This may include working
with the cities of Dinuba; Exeter; Farmersville;
Lindsay; Tulare; Porterville; Visalia; Woodlake and
the County of Tulare, the San Joaquin Valley Air
Pollution Control District, Sequoia Kings Canyon
National Parks; the U.S. Forest Service and other
agencies.

Filming activities create widespread economic
benefits to Tulare County. We will work with you
to ensure your project is on the path to success.