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Established in 1985, Squeaky Wheel a.k.a the Buffalo Media Art Center is well-known by city dwellers as a media Mecca that aims to promote endeavors in the fields of journalism, film, information technology and digital art. The center offers rentals and production equipment along with workshops and education classes. There are also many video and animation camps for children and teenagers throughout the year which teaches everything about the 'Seventh Art'. You can also take part in their contests, where artists can submit your photo-essays and their work. Other events include screenings, animation workshops and film festivals of course.
This single-screen theater, with both Art-Nouveau as well as Art-Deco motifs in its architecture is located in the North Park neighborhood. It opened in the 1920s as Shea's North Park Theatre and since then it has changed owners many times. Today, it showcases the talents of independent movie directors as well as a few blockbusters here-and-there.
This cinema is located in the village of Orchard Park, around 12 miles from downtown Buffalo. It is one of 542 movie halls spread across the country that belong to the Regal Entertainment Group. There is access for those with special needs, a cafe, game room and good parking spots as well. So grab some soda pop, plant yourself in one of the comfortable seats, and get ready for an evening of fun and entertainment.
This cineplex has eight screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please see their website.
This historic 650-seat theater, which was built in 1925, features first-run movies as well as live shows and special events. The theater has been renovated to resemble its original splendor, including refurbished mahogany doors with brass kick plates, murals on the walls, a large lobby area, and a new concession area with updated equipment. Groups of any size can also rent the theater for meetings, parties, and other special events. Your group can even bring your own movies to show on the big screen. If you need to do a presentation, there is a built-in display projector and sound system. -Christine A. Smyczynski