Journey Through the Architectural History of Toronto

If you were to stand in one spot in downtown Toronto for the past one hundred years, what would you experience? Journey through the architectural history of Toronto. See familiar landmarks from the first days of photography transform to full-colour modern day. Some things change, some things stay the same.
A simulated time-lapse created with elements from thousands of pictures, each scene starts with a historical photograph from the Toronto Archives.
Selected for the following film festivals: World Wide Short, Mississauga Independent, Strasbourg, Cabbagetown, Ottawa International Animation Festival, Planet in Focus, Moving Image, Naked Frames, and Brantford.
This also received special screenings for the Toronto City Council, Toronto Heritage Awards, and the St. Lawrence Market 205 Anniversary.
Winner of Best Community Film at Cabbagetown Short Film Festival 2009
Funded by BravoFACT

This interesting post was suggested by Ric Amis of Parkdale. Thank you Ric. The source can be seen at Time.

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1909 photo looking south down Roncesvalles Ave to Humber Bay. Standing just north of Harvard Ave.  We still see the Grand Ocean House, 2nd Empire Style, Hotel when it was barely 15 years old. There was a great building serge on Roncesvalles and throughout Parkdale during this decade.

 

 
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