Jean-Louis Egasse may not have planned it, but his artistic architecture is very photogenic from many angles. These film, television, music video and advertisement projects have taken advantage of the unique style. If you have your own production in mind, please see our location listing.
- March 21 – “DiverCity LA” – interview for Los Angeles NBC affiliate regarding Eagle Rock diversity
2016 (4 productions)
- March 25 – “Blue Apples“, (trailer), drama, short. screenplay: Valeriya Matveeva, actresses: Valeriya Matveeva and Lisa Cole, Indigogo
- April 9-10 – “Baby Blues”, drama, school project short, USC School of Cinematic Arts, director: Luying Zhang
- August 13-14 – “Blind Love”, Reality TV Show episode, Kinetic Operations
- December 10-11 – “Wind Up Toy” drama/fantasy, school project short, New York Film Academy Producer: Yunhong Guo
2017 (10 productions)
- June 14 – “Zoetrope”, drama, school project short (17:43 minutes), New York Film Academy
- June 24 – “Lemon Drop“, (trailer) drama, feature film. Director/writer: Stephanie Greenquist, staring Sammi Lappin, David Pinion, Paul Michael Draper. Produced by Stephanie Greenquist/Peridot Rose Productions
- June 27 – Music video for local goth/rock band ExSage
- July 10 – “The Offer – A Short Horror Film”, (watch), horror, short, Shadow Puppets Entertainment
- July 29 – “Hale & Garlic“, drama, school project short , New York Film Academy, director: Yuan Yue
- August 05 – “The Parting Glass”, (watch), drama/horror. Short film. Entry in LA’s 48 Hour Film Project, director: Benjamin Spiegel, Required Elements: Character: Austin or Ashley Cheevers, Winemaker (broad definition: anyone in the wine making industry, Prop: a wallet, Line: “We only have a few minutes.”
- September 18-26 – “Ouija House“, (trailer, Rotten Tomatoes; buy: Amazon, Walmart; rent: Redbox), horror, feature film. Actress: Tara Reid, actress: Mischa Barton, actress: Dee Wallace, press: Entertainment Weekly, director: Ben Demaree, screenplay: Justin Hawkins and Jeff Miller, world premiere on May 5th at Texas Frightmare Weekend!, Wide distribution: September 4, 2018 release. Millman Productions
- October 27 – Online Christmas commercial
- November 18-19 “Say After Me“, drama, school project short film, USC School of Cinematography, screenplay: Luying Zhang, director: Luying Zhang, camera, J. Zhao, production design: David Dellinger
- November 20-22, “Magic Lantern” (trailer), drama, feature film. Director: Amir Naderi, screenplay: Amir Naderi, staring Jacqueline Bisset, Monk Serrell Freed and Sophie Lane Curtis. A Runner Films Inc. production. Screenings: 75th Venice Film Festival 2018 (world premier), Tokyo Filmex. Press: Deadline.com, Cinematographe.it (English translation), Quinlan.it (English translation), Variety.com
2018 (22 productions)
- January 13 “Say After Me“, drama, school project short film (full day of pickup shots for 11/18/2017 production), USC School of Cinematography, screenplay: Luying Zhang, director: Luying Zhang, camera, J. Zhao
- February 17-18 – “Alice”, school project short drama film, USC School of Cinematic Arts, director: Ming Anne Geng, screenwriter: Ming Anne Geng, camera Chaochen Li
- February 22-24 – “The Green Apple”, drama, film school project short , New York Film Academy, Director: Carly Hong, Camera: Justin Ivan Hong
- March 31 – “Home Stay” (watch, 5:36), drama, film school project. USC School of Cinematic Arts, director: Chaochen Li, camera: Joshua Akin, screenplay Vivian Ip
- April 8 – “Benji”, short drama film, school project. New York Film Academy, screenwriter: Brandon Koen
- April 22 – “Mine” (watch) (teaser), Alice Glass, music video, Loma Vista recordings production, featuring Violet Chachki, Directed by: Lucas David
- May 3 – “Fairy Tale“, drama, film school project short film, New York Film Academy, director: Fnu ‘Tris’ Wuyunqimuge
- May 6 – “Essere Amato” (Italian for “To Be Loved”) (trailer, trailer) (Indigogo), horror, short film. Screenwriter/director: Bas-Tzion Beahan, starring Moon Unit Zappa, Amy Lyndon, Adam Nemet. Beyond Ideas production. Description: “A young and expecting mother suffers a horrific abandonment as she understands the cost of what it means to love and be loved.” — IMDb
- May 8-9 – “Home”, drama, film school project short, New York Film Academy, Yan
- June 4 – yOya, music video
- June 18-29 – “Portal” (rent, rent) (Review: PopHorror.com), horror/thriller, feature film. Director: Dean Alioto, staring Heather Langenkamp, Ryan Merriam, Jamie Tisdale, Myk Watford Release date: October 15, 2019. Description: “When an ambitious ghost hunter performs a risky ritual, opening a portal to “the other side”, he and his team quickly find themselves way in over their heads in a fight for survival against an ancient demonic force.” – IMDb
- July 7-8 – “Lost to be Found”, drama, film school project, New York Film Academy, director: Jingyi Yuan
- July 16-17 – “The Platinum Loop“, drama, crowd-funded (Indigogo, Kickstarter) feature film, director: Eric Fuldford, screenplay by Austin Williams, starting Max Faugno and Robert Riechel Jr. Description: “The setting: Las Vegas, circa 1973. In a greasy spoon diner downtown, two men hatch a plot to make movie history—and we have a ringside seat for the action. Both humorous and tense, The Platinum Loop takes us deep into the glitter and the grime of Sin City’s now-vanished past.” — Kickstarter
- July 20, October 23 – “Wiped“, Crime drama, Netflix Original, director: Santiago Salviche, cinematographer: Pablo Diez, projected release: Spring 2019
- July 27-30 – “Emerald (The Movie)”, drama, feature film, director: Lara Diamond, producer: Morgan Macgowan, cinematographer: Luke Sargent, Description: “This is a story about a magical toy store owner in his search for love while he is unable to leave his store without destroying his creations.” — Morgan Macgowan
- September 11-12 – Fright Club, hidden camera reality, a Snapchat Discover Halloween series (two episodes)
- September 21-23 – “One Hundred Lonely”, drama, independent student film, USC School of Cinematic Arts, Director: Curry Tian, Producers: Victoria Zhang, Shicong Zhu
- October 18 – “SOLVE“, who dunnit interactive series. Season 7, episode 6: Who Killed Grandma?, New Media Series distributed on Snapchat, director: Erick Georgeson, camera: Mike Schmidt
- November 21,23 – “Buddy”, drama, short film
- December 4 – “The Platinum Loop“, drama, additional scenes for the crowd-funded feature film (see above)
- December 8 – “Lord of the Rentals | Hempwick’s Enchanted Items Shop“, Fantasy trade commercial for Texada, an equipment rental software product. Written by Justin Yngelemo, Director: Justin Yngelemo, Camera: S. Liljestrand. Here’s a quote from a blog, which roughly quotes the commercial: “Our shop is located beneath Dragon’s Aerie and just west of the Mines of Lorea, so we get hundreds of adventurers passing through every month.” – blog.texadasoftware.com
- February 20 – Documentary interviews.
- March 24 – “First Snow”, drama, Independent student film, USC School of Cinematic Arts. Director: Jialan Lin, Camera: Fannong Li.
- April 4 – “Goldfish”, drama, Independent student film, USC School of Cinematic Arts. Director: Becky Chen, Camera: Becky Chen.
- April 22 – “SOLVE“, who dunnit interactive series. New Media Series distributed on Snapchat.
- May 6 – “The UnXplained“, documentary, to be aired on the History Channel, produced by Prometheus Studios, Inc.
- June 15 – “Higher Places“, short, BFA thesis project, Columbia College Hollywood. Director/writer: Elena Kolodziejcza, Camera: Adrian Sierkowski
- August 20 – (Corvette) 라비(RAVI) – STILL NIRVANA, Featuring 김하온(HAON) and Xydo(시도), Music video (watch), produced by Puff.
- August 31 – Music video
- September 15-19 – “Mailman”, a musical murder mystery, feature film. Baboon Baboon, LLC. Director/producer: Joseph Baken, Camera: Jake Magee, staring: Jack Plotnick, Joseph Baken and Lauren Burns.
- October 2-3 – Political parody. Twizztid Angle Productions.
- October 12, 19 – “Welcome”, Drama, short. Director/writer: Aida Gevorgyan, Camera: Max Pearce. USC School of Cinematic Arts
- November 1-3 – “Ring”, Drama. Writers: Max Corman and Surui Guo, Director: Surui Guo, Camera: Yuchan Deng. Loyola Marymount University School of Film and Television
- November 9 – Director: Stephanie Greenquist, Camera: Travis Nelson. Peridot Rose Productions