The bilt more estate in Toronto was a bit of a secret, but it was an area of the city that people were very interested in, and they all wanted to see more of it.
In fact, one of the reasons they wanted more of the property was because it was owned by a famous director, John Ford.
Ford is known for having a reputation for producing movies, and many of the films he directed are often considered to be classics of the genre.
Ford owned the estate in the early 1970s, and he lived there during the height of the film boom in the 1980s.
When Ford died in 2011, it became the property of the Ford Foundation.
The property was sold to the Ford family in the 1990s for $5.6 million, but the foundation later announced that it would be donating it to the Toronto Film Society.
It’s now up for grabs.
This year, the foundation announced plans to renovate the property and turn it into a film festival.