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Former CBC prop warehouse gets a documentary film

Posted by Derek Flack / July 3, 2015

90 sumach toronto90 Sumach is one of those Toronto buildings that kinda fades into the background. Located just north of Queen St., the structure currently serves as a loft space, but was once a prop house for the CBC. In other words, there's a lot of history built into this place.

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Free outdoor movies in Toronto for summer 2015

Posted by Lori Harito / June 15, 2015

outdoor movies torontoFree outdoor movies have become a summer tradition in Toronto. There are many screenings to choose from, including everything from art films to family-friendly comedies. Pack a few snacks, a blanket or lawn chairs, and chill out as the sun sets with movies old and new.

Here's my guide to free outdoor movies held in the Toronto this summer.

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Free outdoor movies return to Christie Pits this summer

Posted by Derek Flack / June 10, 2015

christie pits film festivalThe outdoor movie roster for this summer continues to fill in, as Christie Pits announces that it will once again host a free/pwyc outdoor screening series in 2015. One of the more intriguing outdoor series in Toronto, the Christie Pits Film Festival combines screenings of classics and well-known features with under the radar shorts and other works by up and coming filmmakers.

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Outdoor movies return to Regent Park this summer

Posted by Derek Flack / June 9, 2015

Regent park outdoor moviesOutdoor film screenings will return to Regent Park this summer as part of the eponymous film festival's Movies Under the Stars series. Preceded by a food market between and community meal (6:30pm-8:30pm) each Wednesday between July 15 and August 19, screenings start at 9pm and tend to feature thought-provoking films.

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The 10 weirdest "Just Say No" videos seen in Toronto

Posted by Ed Conroy / June 6, 2015

just say no video torontoThere was a time not long ago when Toronto was most definitely not marijuana friendly. During the nascent era of Nancy Reagan's "Just Say No" crusade, many anti-pot scare films and public service announcements (PSAs) were shot in and around Toronto, and screened locally on TV and in classrooms.

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Batman finally spotted in Toronto for Suicide Squad

Posted by Derek Flack / May 29, 2015

batman suicide squadWe've been spoiled with Suicide Squad production photos over the last few days, including some detailed looks at the new Batmobile. During the first few shots of the chase scene between Batman and the Joker, however, the former was nowhere to be found.

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