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Toronto is getting a giant new film studio on the waterfront

Hollywood North expands with the announcement of a new 165,000 square foot studio complex in the Toronto area.

The city of Toronto and Cinespace have confirmed that Marine Terminal 51 and part of the cruise at Toronto Ship Terminal will be transformed into a series of leading film and TV production facilities.

Cinespace, founded in Toronto around 1988, is the largest private owner and operator of studio space in North America.

Award-winning TV shows & movies like The Handmaid & # 39; s Tale Pompeii and The Shape of Water were all filmed on Cinespace terrain in the GTA, and the purchase of this new facility will allow company to be even better.

"Toronto's screen industries are experiencing a period of significant growth and investment and there is a need to protect and improve the studio infrastructure in our city" said city council member Paula Fletcher in a release on Friday.

Now investors spend billions every year in the city to make films and TV shows says Fletcher: "This announcement is good for business, good for the area and good for Toronto. "

A lack of supply to meet all the demand of Hollywood, had Cinespace already working in September on another studio complex.

That Etobicoke-based facility, called "Titan Studios," is still very much. When it's done, Toronto has another 50,000 square feet in production space and its own permanent underwater film.

No word yet when the construction starts at the new Port Lands studio space, but city officials say it has won & # 39; t influence or relocation of industrial port activities or cruise ship activities.

Lead photo by

Cinespace Film Studios Inc.

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