LoCo Motion Pictures Inc.
LoCo Motion Pictures is an International Emmy nominated independent production and distribution company based in Toronto. The company produces audience-driven content for all platforms with a focus on top quality scripted digital storytelling. With this in mind, LoCo takes a non-traditional approach to content creation, pushing boundaries and telling stories to underserved audiences by fostering creators with unique and innovative points of view. LoCo is a leading digital content producer that is growing quickly due to its emphasis on creative development and expertise in digital production and distribution.
LoCo is headed by producer and entertainment lawyer, Lauren Corber. As a member of the Board of Directors of the CMPA, Lauren is actively involved with the organization, sitting on several committees and participating in collective bargaining.
LoCo has produced seven seasons of four different series that have garnered recognition worldwide, boasting an International Emmy Award nomination, 3 Canadian Screen Awards, a KidScreen Award, among others. LoCo's series include comedy “My 90-Year-Old Roommate” that has over 1 million views; dark comedy “How to Buy a Baby”; action/adventure tween series, “Detention Adventure” (HBO Max), and comedy series "The Communist’s Daughter", all of which have been licensed by CBC.