To cultivate & gather diverse people and inclusive ideas so that we move together in the same direction.
100 Dragons Company Bio
100 Dragons Productions has been supporting the creation of film & television productions for over 20 years. The newest branch of the company, 100 Dragons Media, launched in 2015, produced two short films, Laundry Day, directed by Andrew Pope, and Tidal Lock, directed by Sean Bell, as well as a web series pilot, Nobody’s Home, which was an official selection of the 2nd Annual Web Series Festival (2016). 100 Dragons also Produced a feature-length documentary, My Piece of the City, directed by award winning director Moze Mossanen, about remarkable young artists in Toronto’s inner-city community of Regent Park. The film screened in the Regent Park Film Festival and Yorkton Film Festival, with a limited theatrical release at TIFF Bell Lightbox in 2018. It was nominated for the Best Documentary Arts & Culture Golden Sheaf Award (2018) and aired on CBC as part of the Absolutely Toronto program (2018). Upcoming projects in development include feature film, 15 Kinds of Casual Sex written by Emily Weedon, which was selected for the WIFT-T NBC-Universal Development Incubator and awarded development funds from the Harold Greenburg Fund, Wild Willie with writer Nathalie Younglai which received financing through the Telefilm development stream for Racialized Persons, and in post-production, web series Hello (Again), created by Simu Liu & Nathalie Younglai, with partners CBC Gem, Bell Fund, CMF and Ontario Creates. 100 Dragons’ focus is now to cultivate & gather diverse people and inclusive ideas to create innovative programming for the worldwide market place.
Teresa M. Ho
With over 25 years of industry experience in production finance and management, including over 10 years as a Producer in Canadian Television, Teresa M. Ho is looking to expand her reach as a Producer in all markets and platforms. Recent TV Credits include 4 Seasons of CBC’s Frankie Drake Mysteries and 2 Seasons of Corus’ Departure. Previously, she managed the hit Netflix Series Anne with an E, and multiple units on NBC Universal’s reboot TV Series Heroes Reborn. She was also the Director of Production for all of Indie Producer Shaftesbury’s productions from 2006- 2015, including Murdoch Mysteries, The Moblees and The Listener. Her expertise in business and finance, brings a practical tone to the creative voices while producing quality programming. Teresa is currently in development on a feature film, 15 Kinds of Casual Sex which was selected for the WIFT-T NBC-Universal Development Incubator and awarded development funds from the Harold Greenburg Fund. She is in post production on web-series Hello (Again) with partners CBC Gem and Bell Fund. As the entertainment business continues to change and evolve, Teresa has adapted and shifted her focus from supporting to developing and producing her own screen-based projects. When Teresa isn’t racing around sets, you can find her racing around the tennis courts working on her service game.
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