Pinewood Toronto Studios

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Nanci MacLean named president of Pinewood Toronto Studios

Bell Media also made a number of additions to senior management and the board of directors as it completed its acquisition of a majority stake in the studio.

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Pinewood T.O. president Blake Steels resigns

Steels joined the studio as director of client services in 2009 before being upped to president in 2011.

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Behind Bell Media’s Pinewood investment

Randy Lennox and Paul Bronfman discuss the road to the deal and how much space it will add to Toronto’s studio inventory.

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Bell Media takes majority stake in Pinewood Toronto

Nanci MacLean, VP and head of Bell Media Studios will oversee operations at Pinewood Toronto.

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Pinewood ramps up expansion plans in Toronto’s Port Lands

As well as unveiling a 27,500-square-foot, $6-million facility, the studio intends to add a further 66,000 square feet of sound stages in 2019.

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Pinewood Toronto to build new waterfront facility

The studio has leased 1.75 acres of additional land in order to build a new 135,000 square-foot production space.

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Ricky Gervais’ Special Correspondents to shoot in Toronto

The movie for Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions will shoot in Toronto this spring.

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Canadian film and TV has a new star: a plunging loonie

With the Canadian dollar plunging in value, industry players expect a strong year for Canadian film and TV production.

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Warner Bros.’ Suicide Squad feature to shoot in Toronto

With Marvel’s X-Men franchise firmly entrenched in Montreal, Toronto will host the DC Comics-based feature next year. (Dallas Buyers Club‘s Jared Leto, set to co-star, pictured.)

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Book-to-screen adaptation Room shooting in Toronto

Lenny Abrahamson is directing the feature film, with William H. Macy (pictured), Joan Allen and Brie Larson starring.

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Nicholas Campbell, Julian Richings join The Rainbow Kid

Dylan Harman and Patrick McKenna also co-star in writer-director Kire Paputts’ adaptation of an earlier short film.

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SCTV alums Levy and O’Hara to star in CBC comedy

The series is the first major television project for Eugene and Dan Levy’s production company, Not A Real Company Productions Inc. (Eugene Levy and Catherine O’Hara pictured)