Don’t miss the upcoming deadline: Production financing: February 9, 2017 | Discoverability financing more than $75,000: February 9, 2017
An interactive health and fitness series connecting the viewer with workouts, wearable technology, a mobile app and a website to chart progress.
Sweat the City is a documentary series that explores fitness, fashion, and food. Host Adrianne Ho, an international model and Instagram celebrity, searches Toronto, Los Angeles and New York to find innovative workouts, unique foods, and inspiring fashion. Adrianne’s experiential journey explores and interprets the latest fitness, culinary and design trends while she meets with the unique people who make them happen, and decodes the secrets of their success.
The STC App takes all of the workouts from the show and lets you try them out at home. We’ve worked with fitness experts and professional trainers to create amazing workout routines that will push you to the limit and keep you coming back for more.
Launched in 2009 and acquired by Entertainment One (eOne) in 2016, Secret Location combines cutting-edge technology with traditional storytelling to create digitally accelerated experiences for the web, mobile, tablet, and new platforms like Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR). It is the first company in the world to win a Primetime Emmy® Award for a Virtual Reality project and the creator of the first original serialized VR narrative. Kathryn@secretlocation.com
Much Too Young is a documentary film and virtual reality experience that follows four families as they deal with Alzheimer’s disease at a shockingly young age and then places the audience into the perspective of someone suffering with the symptoms of Alzheimer’s related dementia through these stories.Learn more
When their two-year-old son Oskar is diagnosed with autism, this busy family of seven drops everything for a year to focus on his therapy. In their surprising journey of discovery, they confront a critical question: What does unconditional love really mean?Learn more
Over half a million of Canada's front line mental health-care “workers” are less than 12 years old. Yet, nobody’s heard of them… And they’re left alone to cope with growing up with a parent who suffers from mental illness.Learn more