Temple Street Productions

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Temple Street Productions
Industry Film and television
Founded 1996
Headquarters Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Key people David Fortier
Ivan Schneeberg
Website Temple Street Productions

Temple Street Productions is a Canadian television, film and digital media production company based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Past and present Temple Street projects include Orphan Black, The Next Step, Being Erica, Wingin' It, Billable Hours, Queer as Folk, Darcy's Wild Life, Canada's Next Top Model, How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?, Style Her Famous, Spoiled Rotten, Mr. Friday, Recipe to Riches, Cover Me Canada, Over the Rainbow, Gavin Crawford's Wild West and Blueprint for Disaster.

Temple Street is run by co-presidents Ivan Schneeberg and David Fortier,[1] who also act as executive producers for most of the company’s projects. The company's managing director is John Young.

In late 2008, BBC Worldwide acquired a 25 per cent minority stake in Temple Street.[2]

In 2013, the company opened a production office in Los Angeles,[3][4] as well as launching Boat Rocker Studios, a project to expand the company's ventures into digital content production.[5]

The Remix Project[edit]

In 2009 and 2010, Temple Street was a key partner in The Remix Project, a social program to offer film and television production training to aspiring young filmmakers.[1] The final result, a series of 10 short films, was screened at the TIFF Bell Lightbox in 2010 under the title City Life Film Project.[6]

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