Casino Resort TV Commercial
We shot this casino resort TV commercial for Black Oak Casino. Here’s a fun twist on a classic film that most of us know very well. Check out our rendition of a small scene from American Graffiti. It was a kick to try to recreate and we think we did pretty well. The spot was shot by San Diego Video Production through Windsong Productions for Catalyst Marketing. It was directed by Byron Watkins with Greg Grannis as the creative director. We used our Epic Camera with Canon L Series Lenses.
Black Oak casino is California indian casino resort. The tribe is the Tuolumne Band of Me-Wuk runs the casino.
Here a some info on the tribe:
The Tuolumne Band of Me-Wuk Indians (Tribe) is a tribe that has a constitution written during the Indian Reorganization Act (IRA) period of Indian Policy. The present constitution and by-laws, originally approved on January 15, 1936, remains contemporary with amendments incorporated to address the changing times.
The governing body of the tribe is a legislative assembly aptly named the “Community Council.” The name “Community Council” is a portrayal of the group composed of eligible voting members of the tribe that live within the community enclosed by the borders of the Tuolumne Rancheria. Prospective Community Council members have to meet a criterion of eligibility and be voted into the group by the other members of the Community Council.
The executive duties of the tribe are carried out through the Community Council Officers (Officers). There are four Officers consisting of a Chairman, Vice-chairman, Secretary, and Treasurer. The Officers are elected annually from within the Community Council membership. The Officers oversee the operations and supervise the staff of the various programs and services authorized by the Community Council to serve tribal members.
Check out their website