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Rachel E: Jordan Hale and Filmmaking Action

rachel e: The World and Goin' Down The Road captures a snapshot of those spots at different points in time, according to NOW Magazine. The resulting map shows a heavy cluster of filmmaking action gravitating around mid-to-high income mostly white areas, while suburbs like Rexdale and Scarborough, homes to a higher concentration of visible minorities, only have only a few dots. The Toronto Film Map, a University of Toronto research project created by Rachel E. Beattie, Jordan Hale and Keith Nolwenn Bellec-Warrick allows users to point and click at blue dots splashed across local streets and venues, discovering whether Degrassi, Scott Pilgrim Vs. Expand University of Toronto The Toronto Film Map The overlap between the Toronto Film Map and U of T professor David Hulchanski's census study that showed how Toronto is divided by income and race is telling. High-income areas are 73 per cent white. His team's research discovered that low-income areas, which are all untouched in the Toronto Film Map, housed 68 per cent visible minorities. ( As reported in the news.