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The NFB is getting a new home in Toronto's Entertainment District (PHOTOS)

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Liora Ipsum Dec 06, 2016 3:18 am

The National Film Board of Canada (NFB) has found a new home in Toronto. 

The Ontario Studio had been a longtime tenant at 150 John Street (since 1991) but as of December 12, the studio, known for creating world-class audiovisual works, is moving in on the 10th floor at 145 Wellington Street West. 

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Courtesy of the National Film Board

The custom-designed space will feature six digital editing suites, a 20-seat screening room and a virtual reality lab, as well as, be home to members of the NFB’s education, audience development, communications, marketing teams, and NFB’s Canadian Francophonie Studio.

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Courtesy of the National Film Board

Today’s announcement, supplied to Daily Hive through a press release, makes no mention of reviving the viewing stations previously housed at the NFB Mediatheque — though online screening rooms now have all the Canadian content you could ever wish to consume.

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Courtesy of the National Film Board

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Liora Ipsum
A former Daily Hive Toronto Food Editor.

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