Landrock Entertainment is an award winning production company devoted to creating high quality content for a global audience. A team of passionate storytellers in search of dynamic, engaging and entertaining content, Landrock specializes in documentary and non-fiction programming. Recent projects include Rise of the eSports Hero (Global Television) a documentary about the sub-culture of professional video game players and Working People: A History of Labour in British Columbia (Knowledge Network), a historical documentary series.

Landrock works with an expanding roster of creative talent and innovative partners to deliver successful, groundbreaking and entertaining programming.



Erica Landrock - Executive Producer / President

Erica Landrock is the founder of Landrock Entertainment based out of North Vancouver, BC. With over a decade of experience in the entertainment industry, her most recent productions include Rise of the eSports Hero, a documentary looking at the sub-culture of pro-gaming which premiered nationally on Global Television that she produced and co-directed. The film won best documentary at both the Gen Con Film Festival and the DragonCon Short Film Festival and was nominated for an Impact Media Award for best documentary style reality series alongside Morgan Spurlock, as well as a Leo Award for Best Short Documentary. Landrock recently completed a historical documentary series that she produced and co-wrote called Working People: A History of Labour in British Columbia that premiered on Knowledge Network. The Working People series won a Leo Award for Best Sound Editing and has been nominated for multiple other awards. The series is being incorporated into the British Columbia School curriculum's new Labour History program.

On the narrative side, Erica produced the short film Sad Bear, which had its world premiere at the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival.  That same year, she associate produced the mockumentary feature film Sunflower Hour which premiered at the 2011 Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, winning the Forum of Independents, Independent Camera Award. Most recently, Erica produced Intemperance, Lisa Jackson’s new short film which premiered at the 2014 imagineNATIVE Film Festival in Toronto.

In 2015, Erica was selected to be part of the Bell Media Executive Producer Accelerator Lab. Selected to move forward into phase two of the program, she worked with Force Four Entertainment in various capacities including story producing and field producing on CBC's docu-series, Keeping Canada Safe.  Erica is a recipient of the Shaw Media Hot Docs Rendezvous Pitch Prize, is a CTV National fellowship recipient and a National Screen Institute Totally TV Alumni.

Erica is currently working with Knowledge Network, British Columbia's public broadcaster, as the Supervising Producer for a historical mini-series and on 150 short history, art and culture films for British Columbia's 150th in 2021. 

Erica received her undergraduate degree from Ryerson University’s Radio & Television Arts program in Toronto and a certificate in Entertainment Administration from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver.