Where can you enjoy all the features of one of the world’s great natural wonders and still be within walking distance of the latest man-made attractions that tourists and their families have come to expect on vacation? And where else can you do it so inexpensively? The Niagara Region is such a place. Conveniently located within easy driving distance of America’s east coast and host to all the human comforts associated with modern urban life, it is truly a versatile destination. Stand on the banks of Goat Island and imagine what it must have been like to travel there in a canoe. Then glance up to view the brilliant colored lights on the face of the Seneca-Niagara Casino Hotel. It’s a cultural and geographical paradox. It's an experience your kids will remember forever, and makes for the perfect weekend getaway. Or stay for a month. You won't run out of things to do.
'Niagara' Paul Gromosiak
Historian, Writer, Speaker, Consultant, Preservationist and Activist & Associate Producer for
The Niagara Movie Project
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A Different Kind of Niagara Movie
With a Focus on Nature and History
Watch Our "Overview" movie below
The Niagara Movie Project takes you on an excursion through the American side of the Niagara Region. We show the formation and evolution of Niagara Falls State Park, and the intriguing story of the City of Niagara Falls, N.Y., Including a report on their most recent truly historic event; the ‘Wallenda Walk’
We tell the story from The American perspective, confront the GREEN Issues surrounding this magical region, and show you how it all got to be that way.
New, Original and Compelling Photography
Beautiful and Rare Archival Images in High Definition
Accurate Historical Reenactments and Dramatizations
Interviews with ‘People on the Trail’ juxtaposed with our panel of ‘Experts’
Valuable information for the casual visitor and the experienced traveler
We examine many more of the absorbing issues and events surrounding this historic and enchanting region. The result is a documentary that illustrates the ultimate balance of Nature and Technology that will inform and entertain anyone interested in Niagara Falls.
Our Hollywood pitchman characterizes our movie as “Decidedly not a Travelogue. It's Ken Burns with an attitude”.
Background painting by
Frederic Edwin Church - 1867
Church was a famous and Prolific Landscape painter of the 19th century said to have painted the definitive Victorian images of the cataracts.
Our 20 min. "Overview" movie touches on many of the topics we will be reporting on in the completed 100 min.version. But there is much more to come. Stay tuned.