From Guy Dixon of the Globe and Mail:
Toronto lends sense of place to Orphan Black
Every summer, as Toronto construction crews systematically tear up the city, there are certain black-clad workers who are the exception. They commandeer the sidewalk. They disrupt businesses. They spend a lot of time standing around. They give off hints of cool. They are the various film crews shooting on location around Toronto, turning selected properties into highly desired film sites for a number of productions and helping to make the city the third-largest film production centre in North America. Continue reading.
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