Cinespace to transform PortsToronto marine terminal into Port Lands studio space

first_imgCinespace Film Studios’ new Marine Terminal Studio project will add 165,000 square feet of studio and support space to Toronto’s film industry infrastructure right on Toronto’s waterfront – on the edge of the City’s Port Lands in the heart of the City’s studio district. (CNW Group/Cinespace Film Studios Inc.) Facebook TORONTO, March 2, 2018 – Toronto Mayor John Tory and Cinespace Film Studios (Cinespace) today announced the signing of a multi-year lease with PortsToronto to occupy and develop Marine Terminal 51 and the Cruise Ship Terminal into film and TV production facilities.Video of the current space and a designer’s rendering of the new space can be seen hereMarine Terminal 51 will become a new hub for Cinespace’s downtown productions, relocating studio capacity from their former Eastern Avenue site. Cinespace’s Toronto studio facilities are known for housing award-winning productions such as TV series The Handmaid’s Tale, and Oscar-nominated movie, The Shape of Water. Advertisement Advertisement Login/Register With:last_img

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