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Today on WBFO's Press Pass, Blues host Pat Feldballe speaks with Buffalo Niagara Film Commissioner Tim Clark about the significance of a film crew sighting Pat recently made on a Buffalo street. They also discusses a number of new film shoots about to get underway in Western New York.

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A popular discount movie theater in Cheektowaga has closed its doors.

This week on WBFO's Press Pass, Pat Feldballe speaks with Buffalo Niagara Film Commissioner Tim Clark about the economic impact of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 filming in Buffalo, which got underway on Route 33 Monday evening.

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Today on Press Pass, WBFO’s Pat Feldballe speaks with Buffalo Niagara Film Commissioner Tim Clark about a film written by a Western New Yorker that's been included in this year’s Tribeca Film Festival in New York. Tim also teases some news about the upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie, parts of which will be shot in Buffalo. 

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This week on WBFO's Press Pass, Pat Feldballe speaks with Buffalo Niagara Film Commissioner Tim Clark for this month’s update on what happening cinematically in Western New York. This week, Tim talks about the need to often keep local filming productions secret.

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Today on WBFO's Press Pass, Pat Feldballe speaks with Buffalo Niagara Film Commissioner Tim Clark for this month’s update on what's happening cinematically in Western New York.

Today on WBFO's Press Pass, Saturday night Blues host Pat Feldballe speaks with Buffalo Niagara Film Commissioner Tim Clark for this month’s update on what happening cinematically in Western New York. This week, Pat and Tim look at the post-production work being done locally.

This week, WBFO welcomes a new addition to our Press Pass rotation. Pat Feldballe, who hosts Saturday night Blues on WBFO, will be sitting down for occasional conversations with Buffalo Niagara Film Commissioner Tim Clark to talk about the bustling film industry in Western New York. 

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The Toronto International Film Festival starts Thursday. Over the years, the festival has become one of Hollywood's most important vehicles for launching new work and this year appears to be no exception.

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Today is a day movie lovers across Western New York have been anticipating. After being closed for several months to undergo extensive renovations, the historic North Park Theatre on Hertel Avenue will again light up the silver screen.

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Niagara Falls is getting some international attention and a Buffalo subway station is serving the backdrop for an independent film project.

North Park renovation reveals hidden treasures

Dec 27, 2013
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The North Park Theatre is giving patrons a sneak peek at some of the improvements, architectural enhancements, and new artwork that have been added to the building since renovations began in June. Cinema lovers can see the improvements during a fundraiser gala Friday night.

Local film commissioner applauds Cuomo veto

Nov 15, 2013

Legislation that would have expanded tax credits offered to film companies making movies and television shows in New York State has been vetoed by Governor Cuomo. The move is considered good news by Buffalo-Niagara Film Commissioner Tim Clark. 

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The state is tapping some of the 'Buffalo Billion' to train workers for the film industry and launch a new company to employ them.

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