Archive for 'David Fleischer'
A quirky BBC movie gives our city, and some local thespians, a chance to shine.
A much-loved TV series comes to town, but only for its first episode.
Nominated for: building and tearing down with no sense of proportion.
Nominated for: taking city-building mainstream.
From Star Trek to Serendipity to Superstar—sometimes our city's film appearances are short, sweet, and a bit random.
This somewhat disappointing sequel makes good use of the GTA.
Toronto does a rare turn as America's Dairyland—and, more importantly, kickstarts a rom-com franchise.
Toronto's new "biggest movie ever" wasn't shot entirely on soundstages.
This show about New York power players almost manages to hide the fact that it's shot in Toronto. Almost.
Don Cheadle puts in a fine performance in a quasi-biography that gives Toronto another chance to play Washington, D.C.
If you made a movie of this column, there's a good chance it would look an awful lot like Don McKellar's 2004 flick, Childstar.
Whether or not you agree that it's one of the best pieces of entertainment ever made in our fair country, you can't dispute the fact that Slings and Arrows was shot here.
A humble indie film presents the city as its real, beautiful self.
Orphan Black, BBC America's cult sci-fi series, is shot (and maybe even set) in Toronto.
'Nsync's Lance Bass and Joey Fatone come to town to shoot a failed attempt at a romantic comedy.
A factually inaccurate movie about Daniel Ellsberg tries to make Toronto look like Boston.
Toronto gets a little Cold War action in a globe-trotting, blockbuster miniseries.
The BBC uses Toronto to play Washington D.C., and shows it's possible to make a blockbuster mini-series in town.