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Toronto & Ontario

  • As the 4th largest city in North America, Toronto boasts a dense downtown with a mix of modern and traditional architecture and is commonly duplicated as New York City for feature films, television series and commercials
  • Residential communities weave in and out of urban areas providing endless options for interior and exterior residential locations
  • Outside Toronto you will find smaller suburban cities, rural towns, large lakes, forested national parks, rolling hills and extensive farmlands
  • Toronto experiences semi-continental weather with warm summers and cold winters with snowfall generally starting from November through March. Rainfall is fairly low year-round.
  • Booming film industry with readily available equipment, SFX/VFX companies, large scale studios and many experienced, skilled, professional and efficient crew available to suit each specific production
  • Largest city in Canada and is one of the most multicultural cities in the world, creating a vast and ethnically diverse talent pool for both union and non-union productions
  • Toronto Pearson International Airport has hundreds of international direct flights daily all over the world

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