‘Vineyard of Death’ shooting in Watkins Glen

And Action! The cameras are rolling again for the Glenara Productions motion picture, “Vineyards Of Death.” George Boyce, the films writer and director, said, “Since mid March we have been shooting roughly a scene a week.” We have filmed in Watkins Glen at the International Motor Racing Research Library and two shoots in Dundee, at the Glenora Winery. A very enjoyable and interesting half a day shoot was held at the Glen Curtiss Museum in Hammondsport. We have also shot in Corning and in Montour Falls, at JBS Motor Sports. This shoot in the Ford Racing Garage of Jim Seafuse, a national Ford Racing competitor, featured his Super car a rare FORD GT40.” Boyce added, “We are fortunate that we have a very talented and busy cast and crew. Following last summer’s shooting delays it became apparent that we had best shoot scenes wherever and whenever we could. So that’s what we are doing. The major outdoor and action scenes will be done this summer.” The Vineyards Of Death’s storyline centers around the owner of Glenora Winery found murdered in his vineyards. Suspicions point to his new and much younger than he French Bride. She asks Boyce, a retired NYPD Detective, to help prove her innocence. His investigation takes him through a whirlwind tour of the Finger Lakes and Southern Tier area. He encounters another murder, a high speed boat chase, unusual characters, fast exotic cars, a sailing ship, a wild women and an attempt on his own life.


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