Here’s where Netflix Canada has shot shows and movies in Quebec
Netflix in your neighborhood allows users to search for filming locations by searching by movie or series title or by province. Quebec has three titles – exclusive to Netflix – which were shot across Quebec.
âNetflix in Your Neighborhood provides a window into some of the Canadian cities that have enriched our movies and series and captivated audiences around the world,â said Lindsey Scully, Public Relations Manager, Netflix Canada. âWe have filmed hundreds of productions across Canada and the site will feature some current highlights, as well as some new titles, once they are released. “
Netflix in your neighborhood provides a fairly extensive data collection. You can check out restaurants, cafes, bars, and outdoor locations for the exact spot where it all was shot.
Here are the Netflix titles currently playing on the platform, all of which were shot across the province of Quebec:
Until the decline) follows the father Antoine, who decides to follow a training program in survivalism but falls into a series of disasters in the wilderness of Quebec.
The film is set in rural and northern regions of Nord-du-QuÃ©bec and the film was actually shot in the Laurentians.
The film also stars a host of Quebec actors, many of whom have dubbed their lines in English and French.
The film is the first Quebec film produced as a Netflix original.
The locations include StoneHaven Le Manoir and Maison 1890 in Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts, the Ouareau Forest Regional Park, Val Saint-CÃ´me and the Kanatha Aki Nature Center.
Can you hear me ? (Can you hear me?) was filmed almost entirely in the city of Montreal, featuring the many boroughs, murals and parks of the island’s âworking classâ residential neighborhoods for this Netflix drama series.
Specifically, filming locations include The Word Bookstore, Lola Rosa, Lasalle Park, Verdun Beach, Miel, Le CafÃ© Bloom, St-Charles Church, Angrignon Park, RV Bar, and more.
FEED SOMEONE PHIL – Season 3, Episode 3
Everyone loves Raymond Designer Phil Rosenthal travels the world to soak up the local cuisine and lands in Montreal for the third season of his food show.
He added a bunch of classic Montreal restaurants to his list during his time on the island, including stops at Ma Poule MouillÃ©e, Schwartz’s Deli (obviously), Poissonnerie La Mer, St-Viateur Bagel (also obviously), Olive. and Gourmando, Park, Montreal Plaza and La Boite Aux Huitres.
Be sure to check out the Netflix in your neighborhood website for other great filming locations from popular shows across Canada. Some of the original favorites of Netflix fans and their Canadian origins include The Umbrella Academy (shot in Toronto) and The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina (shot in Vancouver).