Apple's new science fiction series "See" is set in a world where the human race has lost their ability to see. In this post-apocalyptic world, humans must adapt to the new life without vision.
The show was filmed in Canada, with a number of locations in British Columbia. These include Strathcona Provincial Park, lakeside at Buttle Lake, Ralph River Campground, and Myra Falls.
Jordan Dam is one of several filming locations used for the Apple TV series See, which is set in a world where people are born blind. The series stars Jason Momoa as Baba Voss, a member of a society that is 600 years removed from the modern era.
In one of the season finales, the characters go into battle against their brother Edo Voss (Dave Bautista) and his troops. The battle happens in typical See style, with plenty of blood and gore.
The high dam that creates Jordan Lake is a nice place to hike and enjoy vistas of the lake and the Haw River downstream. You may also find a variety of bird species, including Turkey Vultures and Barn Swallows. In winter, the area is also known to have a lot of Savannah Sparrows and Grasshopper Sparrows. It is also home to Snipe, herons, and meadowlarks.
Strathcona Provincial Park
A large part of the stunning outdoors featured in See was filmed on Vancouver Island, including in Strathcona Provincial Park. The rugged landscape of the park, which covers a large area of central Vancouver Island, features snow-capped mountain peaks, alpine tarns, lakes, and waterfalls.
The park, which was founded in 1911, is the largest on Vancouver Island, with over 250,000 hectares of land. It stretches from the glaciers of Forbidden Plateau up to the northern peaks beyond Buttle Lake and is a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts of all kinds.
In addition to the spectacular mountainous scenery, Strathcona Park also offers excellent hiking trails, beautiful lakes, and breathtaking views of mountains and waterfalls. It is also home to many unique bird species, like red-breasted nuthatch, kinglet, Stellar’s jay, and band-tailed pigeon.
See, the dystopian drama about how humans adapt to a world where their sense of sight is lost, was filmed in Canada between October 2018 and February 2019. According to My Powell River Now, Jason Momoa and the rest of the cast were spotted in the area around Campbell River and Myra Falls during that time period.
Cinespace Film Studios
Founded in 1988, Cinespace Film Studios is a series of Canadian film studio facilities. Founded by Greek-Canadian Nick Mirkopoulos, it has multiple locations in the city of Toronto.
It is also home to the filming of many of Toronto’s biggest shows. Productions like AMC Networks’ upcoming Beacon 23 and WBTV’s Titans have filmed here.
The company is now owned by TPG Real Estate Partners. It operates 1.3 million square feet of production space in Toronto with 25 stages spread over three sites.
As demand for more productions grows, Cinespace is turning more warehouses into sound stages in Chicago to create jobs and support the city’s burgeoning movie industry. It is also working with community organizations to help people in underserved neighborhoods get training and education in TV and film.
As a tribute to Nick Mirkopoulos, who passed away in 2016, Cinespace created the CineCares Foundation that provides youth with opportunities to learn about filmmaking and gain job training in the media field. It also hosts film and digital media classes at nearby DePaul University.
Acton Car Graveyard
The Acton Car Graveyard in Chiswick is home to a collection of vintage cars that have slowly been rusted away over the years. It's a one-of-a-kind location that is attracting filmmakers looking for a place to film.
In the futuristic sci-fi drama See, a group of survivors struggle to survive in a post-apocalyptic world where most people are completely blind. In order to survive, they use primitive weapons and techniques for hunting and cooking food.
But what happens when two sighted children challenge their survival strategies? That's what we learn in the third season of the Apple TV Plus drama.
The production team chose Canada as a filming location because it had vast forests and rough terrain that helped make the 600-year-in-the-future world of See more believable. They filmed in various parts of British Columbia and Ontario, including a lot of outdoor scenes. Moreover, the show also used quarries around Toronto and a huge junkyard full of abandoned cars for fight sequences.
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