Erie Has New Home On the Big Screen In 'There Are No Goodbyes' - WICU12 HD WSEE Erie, PA News, Sports, Weather and Events

Erie Has New Home On the Big Screen In 'There Are No Goodbyes'

Posted: Updated:

It may have been filmed in four different countries, but one of the locations in "There Are No Goodbyes," should really stick out for people from Erie who have seen the movie.    

The Flagship City has a new home on the big screen.

"The story is about a young man, living in his deceased parents house in Erie, Pennsylvania," said co-writer and producer, John Lyons of Lyons Den Production. "He's kind of sleep-walking through life without purpose. Then all of the sudden, these strange packages start showing up on his doorstep."

Cue actor and Erie resident Frederick Williams, who plays Fenris in the film.

"I was surprised how much Erie had to offer and I found myself evolving into that with playing the character because we filmed all around."

West 9th Street is one of the locations that "There Are No Goodbyes" was filmed at. Both Lyons and Williams said along with showcasing the city of Erie, being able to show the talent here, was one of the best parts of this experience.

"Erie has a lot. When you see it on the screen, you say 'where is that?' And that's Erie. 'Wow, I didn't know. That's Erie?' Oh yeah. That's Erie."

Even with all four seasons, the landmarks and fantastic talent, Erie was lacking one thing when this movie was filmed.

"One of the things, when we were filming this a couple of years back now, one of the things we could have used would have been a film office established in Erie." 

And that's on it's way. The Greater Erie Film Office could be here as early as spring.

And with GE's recent announcement, that hundreds of jobs could be leaving Erie, Lyons said the growing film industry is something Erie could be a part of.

"We want to do more of the same work with more people and bring more people into the area. We're kind of looking for those new industries, something that can put us back on the map." 

If you'd like to check out the film, you can click here. For just this week, Lyons Den Productions is offering 25% off your purchase. Just add the promo code "ERIEFILM" at the checkout.

Submit your event now
  • Most Popular StoriesMost Popular StoriesMore>>

  • Police Still Investigating Shooting Deaths at Liberty St. Apartment

    Police Still Investigating Shooting Deaths at Liberty St. Apartment

    Thursday, July 31 2014 6:29 PM EDT2014-07-31 22:29:14 GMT
    Two people are dead after a shooting on Liberty Street in Erie this morning. Investigators say the case could be a murder-suicide, but they are still keeping other options open.More >>
    Two people are dead after a shooting on Liberty Street in Erie this morning. Investigators say the case could be a murder-suicide, but they are still keeping other options open.
    More >>
  • Investigation Ongoing in Fatal Pedestrian Crash

    Investigation Ongoing in Fatal Pedestrian Crash

    Thursday, July 31 2014 11:34 PM EDT2014-08-01 03:34:48 GMT
    A suspected DUI river struck two pedestrians on May 11, killing one woman and seriously injuring her husband. There were also three children in the car with the suspect. Now, the suspect's wife is speaking out, asking why there are still no charges filed.More >>
    A suspected DUI river struck two pedestrians on May 11, killing one woman and seriously injuring her husband. There were also three children in the car with the suspect. Now, the suspect's wife is speaking out, asking why there are still no charges filed.
    More >>
  • Dangerous Road Dust Causing Health Problems, Claim Waterford Residents

    Dangerous Road Dust Causing Health Problems, Claim Waterford Residents

    Thursday, July 31 2014 10:44 AM EDT2014-07-31 14:44:26 GMT
    A Waterford road restoration project from 2009 is now deteriorating. Residents claim the roads churn up a very fine dust, and after breathing it for years, some believe it has even led to life-threatening conditions.More >>
    A Waterford road restoration project from 2009 is now deteriorating. Residents claim the roads churn up a very fine dust, and after breathing it for years, some believe it has even led to life-threatening conditions.More >>
  • Offshore Wind Turbines Debated for Lake Erie

    Offshore Wind Turbines Debated for Lake Erie

    Thursday, July 31 2014 11:21 PM EDT2014-08-01 03:21:23 GMT
    Should offshore wind turbines come to Lake Erie? that was the topic of debate Thursday night, as a developer presented his case for clean energy. More >>
    Should offshore wind turbines come to Lake Erie? that was the topic of debate Thursday night, as a developer presented his case for clean energy. More >>
  • Disturbing Videos Show Young Adults Setting Themselves Ablaze

    Disturbing Videos Show Young Adults Setting Themselves Ablaze

    Thursday, July 31 2014 11:44 PM EDT2014-08-01 03:44:29 GMT
    Social media “challenges,” a ploy for online users to share a video that generates millions of “Likes” or “Shares” on Facebook or YouTube. It seems to be working as dozens of people nationwide have caught on to the popular “Fire challenge.”More >>
    Social media “challenges,” a ploy for online users to share a video that generates millions of “Likes” or “Shares” on Facebook or YouTube. It seems to be working as dozens of people nationwide have caught on to the popular “Fire challenge.”More >>
  • Fight Breaks Out After Homicide Sentencing

    Fight Breaks Out After Homicide Sentencing

    Thursday, July 31 2014 5:43 PM EDT2014-07-31 21:43:13 GMT
    A sentence was handed down Thursday morning to the man responsible for pulling the trigger, in the city's first homicide of the year.More >>
    A sentence was handed down Thursday morning to the man responsible for pulling the trigger, in the city's first homicide of the year.More >>
  • Erie Police on Scene of Apparent Murder-Suicide

    Erie Police on Scene of Apparent Murder-Suicide

    Thursday, July 31 2014 2:25 PM EDT2014-07-31 18:25:52 GMT
      City of Erie Police and the Erie County Coroner are on the scene of an apparent murder-suicide on the city's west side.More >>
      City of Erie Police and the Erie County Coroner are on the scene of an apparent murder-suicide on the city's west side.More >>
  • Without Congress, Pres. Obama may act alone

    Without Congress, Pres. Obama may act alone

    Friday, August 1 2014 12:59 PM EDT2014-08-01 16:59:07 GMT
    The U.S. House of Representatives was supposed to begin its August recess Friday, however, many lawmakers are still working to pass a border security bill that provides funding to deal with the recent surge of undocumented immigrants in the country. The Senate, adjourned for the month of August, failed to pass a similar measure Thursday night, leaving the field wide open when it comes to the future of immigration in the U.S. The biggest challenge for Congress - overcoming a deep divide bet...More >>
    The U.S. House of Representatives was supposed to begin its August recess Friday, however, many lawmakers are still working to pass a border security bill that provides funding to deal with the recent surge of undocumented immigrants in the country. The Senate, adjourned for the month of August, failed to pass a similar measure Thursday night, leaving the field wide open when it comes to the future of immigration in the U.S. The biggest challenge for Congress - overcoming a deep divide bet...More >>
Powered by WorldNow
3514 State St. Erie, PA 16508
Newsroom: (814)454-8812
Toll Free: 1(800)454-8812
Business offices: (814)454-5201
WICU FCC Filing
WSEE FCC Filing
Share:
Share Stories
Submit your stories to our site!
Share Photos
Share your photos in our community galleries
Mobile:
Mobile Site
Be sure to stay constantly updated with the power of WICU12 and WSEE at your fingertips
Free Android App
Free iPhone App
Free iPad App
Storm Tracker App
Droid
iPhone
iPad
All content © Copyright 2000 - 2014 WorldNow and WICU. All Rights Reserved.
For more information on this site, please read our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.
                   WICU/WSEE - 3514 State Street Erie, PA 16508 - (814) 454-5201 - info@wicu12.com