“Another Night” Filming in Nolita Again Today

Posted on: March 22nd, 2011 at 10:12 am by

Nolita inhabitants, many of whom are already at wit’s end, must contend with another day of filming for Another Night.  Production for the Nick Flynn autobiographical feature will commence later today along Prince Street in SoHo, and again at 233 Mott Street.  This latest round of shooting marks the fourth consecutive week in the neighborhood.  Word is that Robert De Niro is involved in these particular scenes.

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Meanwhile, commenter Mr. Mott had the following to say regarding the ongoing Another Night blitzkrieg:

Getting a bit sick of it now. Especially when the production goons tell you that you can’t walk down a street that you have lived on for years. I wish the the mayor’s office of film theatre and broadcasting would do something to make it a little more pleasurable for the residents and store owners, if they are going to be camped out on our doorsteps for weeks at a time. Perhaps a meet-and-greet or cocktail reception with director and actors would be nice.

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