Buffalo Film Industry

WBFO file photo/Michael Mroziak

If one Western New York-based State Senator has his way, New York will end its Film Tax Credit program. Another local State Senator, though, says while the state's tax structure is flawed, this is a credit that works. Both offered their points of view as an April 1 budget deadline approaches.

Michael Mroziak, WBFO

The Cuomo Administration is celebrating a milestone in the state's film tax credit program. It says one million hires have been supported by the program. While those jobs are mostly temporary, local individuals with close ties to the film industry say it is making a positive economic impact.


WBFO file photo

A film maker who used Western New York to shoot a holiday-themed movie, and then later a mystery-thriller, is once again in the Buffalo area to shoot some holiday spirit.


Buffalo International Film Festival returns this weekend

Oct 15, 2015

A mix of locally- and internationally-produced films are on the schedule as the ninth annual Buffalo International Film Festival gets underway, beginning with cocktails and a memorial honoring its late founder Thursday evening.

Film that stars Buffalo itself wraps up local shooting

Aug 18, 2015
photo courtesy Jana Eisenberg

A film about a New York City man who moves to Buffalo to raise children for whom he has suddenly become responsible completed its local shooting Monday in the city. It's the latest production to work in the Queen City during what has become a busy year for the local film industry.