100 Dragons Productions has been supporting the creation of film & television
productions for over 20 years. President, Teresa M. Ho, has been key support
staff for the making of many productions over those years. Her expertise in
finance and business brings a practical tone to the creative forces in producing
quality programming. As the entertainment business continues to change and
evolve, Teresa is adapting and shifting her focus from supporting, to developing
and producing her own screen-based projects.

Its newest branch, 100 Dragons Media, launched in 2015 and produced its first feature documentary, My Piece of the City, directed by Moze Mossanen premiered at The Regent Park Film Festival and screened at The Yorkton Film Festival, nominated for a 2018 Golden Sheaf Award. Credits include Tidal Lock, Laundry Day, and web series pilot Nobody’s Home, official selection of the Web Series Festival. The company’s next film, 15 Kinds of Casual Sex will be a fresh, new kind of romantic comedy, reflective of the perspectives of two women, their concepts of sexuality and love, featuring a diverse cast and exploring all that a multicultural society offers.  Engagement of the female and male co-directing team, Paula Brancati and Michael Seater (Sadie’s Last Days on Earth, People Hold On) will help explore these new concepts of love.  With a predominant female-led creative team, our target audience, women 18-49, will feel our passion for the contemporary female psyche on love and sex.

With Teresa spearheading this new endeavor for the corporations, her knowledge gained over the last two decades will be instrumental in creating new and innovative screen-based entertainment.

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Find us at: Centre for Social Innovation – Annex, 720 Bathurst Street, Toronto, ON M5S2R4

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