Reel Beach: The Marsh King’s Daughter wraps up filming, including scenes shot in the Upper Beach

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s been a busy summer for film production in Toronto. Besides the usual superhero fantasies, cameras rolled on some serious dramas about brave women confronting past abuse.

Sarah Polley is directing a stellar cast (including Frances McDormand, Rooney Mara and Claire Foy) in Women Talking adapted from the book by Toronto resident Miriam Toews.

Mila Kunis has been spotted downtown filming Luckiest Girl Alive from the New York City-set novel by American author Jessica Knoll, while Anna Kendrick has been here shooting Alice, Darling.

Most of the psychological thriller The Marsh King’s Daughter takes place in the wilderness, but scenes were filmed last month at Kimberley School and Community Centre 55 (formerly Police Station #10 and #55) on Main Street. Read the full article.

Filming for The Marsh King's Daughter takes place at Community Centre 55 on Main Street in July. Photo by Bernie Fletcher.

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