WNED | WBFO and the Buffalo International Film Festival proudly present a screening of the film MARSHALL on October 7th

WNED | WBFO and the Buffalo International Film Festival proudly present the Buffalo premiere of the film MARSHALL.  Shot primarily in Buffalo, this fascinating adaptation of an event in the early career of Thurgood Marshall features many familiar landmarks of Western New York. See how the filmmakers transformed Buffalo's City Hall, the Central Terminal, Statler City, the Niagara Falls Library, Akron Falls County Park, the Orchard Park train depot and the former Michael J. Dillon Federal Courthouse into Connecticut in the 1940s.

Join us on October 7 at the North Park Theatre for this once in a lifetime red carpet premiere screening. The evening will feature an area for photos and a lively panel discussion - with behind-the-scenes tidbits - from producers Chris Bongirne and Jonathan Sanger. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. and the screening beings at 8:00 p.m. Panel discussion and Q&A occur immediately after the screening.
Don't miss your opportunity to revel in the beauty of our region and share the pride of Hollywood's visit to Western New York. Event made possible by support from Independent Health.

Saturday, October 7, 2017

North Park Theatre
1428 Hertel Avenue, Buffalo
Theatre Doors Open    7:30 p.m.
Screening begins          8:00 p.m.
Post Screening Q & A with Filmmakers-
      Executive Producer: Chris Bongirne
      Producer: Jonathan Sanger 


We have started a wait list, as additional tickets MAY become available.
Please email: membership@wned.org to be added to the Wait List.

$15 General Admission 

MARSHALL is about a young Thurgood Marshall who battles through a career-defining case, years before becoming the first African American Supreme Court Justice. It features an all-star cast including Chadwick Boseman as Thurgood Marshall, Josh Gad, Kate Hudson, Dan Stevens (Matthew from Downton Abbey), Sterling K. Brown, James Cromwell, Keesha Sharp, Jussie Smollett, Rozonda Thomas and Sophia Bush.