Film in WNY




Cover illustration by Josh Flanigan

 

Spree took a stab at examining Western New York’s multiple connections with the film world in 2004, but we knew we’d have to revisit this fascinating and fun topic. And who better to orchestrate a thorough examination of the local film scene and its international connections than former senior editor Christopher Schobert, who still writes for us as well as contributes film criticism to the Buffalo News and other publications. In the April 2015 issue of Spree, readers will learn all about locally made movies, our region’s movie culture, and WNY movie people in its pages. It will bring back memories, reveal surprising facts, and get you excited about Buffalo as a bigger movie town than you ever imagined.

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