THERES A NEW MAP OF ALL THE MOVIES FILMED AND SET IN

first_img Login/Register With: Toronto movie buffs assemble—the University of Toronto has just released a brand new interactive map that showcases movies and TV shows in the city, and it’s pretty comprehensive.The Toronto Film Map launched yesterday after nearly four years of assembling data of T.O. as seen on film.A project between U of T’s Media Commons and Map and Data Library, the Film Map is a clickable site that allows users to explore over 100 productions set in the city. Advertisement Advertisement Users can either click on the map pins or scroll through the projects to expand a window containing info like the year the film was released, directors, producers, a picture, and an explanation as to where and how it was filmed in Toronto.A still from Deepa Mehta’s 2002 film Bollywood/Hollywood featuring Fairview Mall. Photo via Media Commons/University of TorontoWant to know what the stretch of Yonge Street between Wellesley and Dundas in the 70s looked like? Check out the comedy Outrageous! from 1977, whose set probably looked a lot different than that part of Yonge today. LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Facebook Twitterlast_img

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