Adventures of a Film Crew in Balboa Park
Today, a film crew visited Balboa Park from Los Angeles to tape a travel show for audiences in China, Taiwan, Japan, and Korea. They filmed everywhere from the San Diego Model Railroad Museum to the top of the California Tower, doing their best to fit as many locations as possible into one day of work. Later today, they'll be at the Twilight in the Park concert at the Spreckles Organ Pavilion to capture a picture-perfect summer night in the park.
Elsa Cheng, TBW-TV's associate producer, interviews Ranger Kim Duclo about why the park is a must-see for San Diego tourists.
At the San Diego Museum of Man, Director of American Indian Affairs Phil Hoog discusses the museum's collections and its building's nearly 100-year history.
Mingei International Museum's Director Rob Sidner answers questions about the meaning of mingei (art of the people) and the colorful statues in front of Mingei that were made by Niki de Saint Phalle.
Almost to the top! A member of the crew climbs up the winding stairwell to the top of the California Tower where she'll take bird's-eye shots of Balboa Park.
Glass artist Chris Stell provides an introduction to the Spanish Village Art Center, a community of more than 200 working artists.