Charming rivers, parks and old buildings make our city a popular destination for Hollywood movie and TV shoots. Look for your favourite local haunts in these filmed in Cambridge productions.
Coming soon: the much-anticipated Handmaid's Tale.
During the summer of 2016, downtown Galt became a gritty American heartland where the gods of old Europe squared off with those in the new world. Don't miss this extremely popular series, based on Neil Gaiman’s award winning book of the same name.
Crowds turned out to catch a glimpse of James Franco, the star of this Stephen King thriller, during filming in Hespeler, Hamilton, Guelph, and Ayr in June 2015.
Cambridge has never looked so much like 1890s Toronto as it does in this popular TV detective series based on the critically-acclaimed mystery novels by Maureen Jennings.
All seasons of this show were partially filmed in this city. Locations used include the Main Street bridge, Water Street, the Farmers‘ Market, Trinity Cemetery, Riverbluffs Park, Mill Race Park, Victoria Park, Southworks Outlet Mall, the Cruickston Park mansion, and the west Galt residential area.
Lusty werewolves and American flags helped transform the Hespeler area of Cambridge into Bear Valley, N.Y. Based on the bestselling Women of the Otherworld series by Kelley Armstrong, this Space Channel show also features the Cruickston estate in Blair as Bitten's werewolf sanctuary, Stonehaven.
Bruce Willis, Helen Mirren, Morgan Freeman, Ernest Borgnine, and John Malkovich star in this action flick shot in part at Cruickston park, a popular filming locale just outside the city.
Cambridge is transformed into 1951 in this movie about a boy’s search for the one miracle that could save his mother's life. Filming locations include the Main Street bridge, Queen's Square, Central Presbyterian Church, Victoria Park, Churchill Park, and the west side of Galt.
The star of this motion picture, Adam Butcher, and the stunt coordinator, his uncle Randy Butcher, also hail from this city.
Watch for the old Galt library, 34 Water St. N., and the intersection of Water St. and Dickson St in this horror movie from producer Guillermo del Toro.
The dazzling fire scene in this TV movie about pop superstar Celine Dion was shot at a farm on Ripplewood road just outside of Cambridge. Several outdoor scenes also feature a private home on Henry Street.
The Southworks Outlet Mall provided the backdrop for several scenes in this Canadian comedy starring Paul Gross and Leslie Nielson.