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Film Commission for Lake County, California

With rural scenic beauty, Western towns, the largest freshwater lake in California, rolling vineyards, snow-capped mountains in winter, fields of endless wildflowers in spring, and friendly people, Lake County, California makes a wonderful backdrop for your next production and the Lake County Film Commission will help you and your production team every step of the way.

Lake County Film Commission
255 N. Forbes Street
Lakeport, CA  95453
(707) 263-2580

In the last few years, several arts and entertainment projects have been filmed in Lake County, including segments for an Oprah Winfrey television show and Open Road TV with Doug McConnell.

Filmed in 2006 and released in 2008, the feature-length Sherman's Way, was filmed in Lake County. The film premiered at the San Jose Cinequest Film Festival in February, was on the film festival circuit, and has recently been released on DVD. While shooting in Lake County, the producers filmed at several local businesses, including shops along Main Street in Kelseyville (including Studebakers Coffee House, Kelseyville Drug, and Affordable Travel); Library Park, Lampson Field, and the Ford dealership in Lakeport; as well as on site at Langtry Estate and Vineyards in Middletown. For more information on this movie, visit

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