Laurent Piche

Laurent Piche (born 1985) grew up in the small rural town of La Broquerie in Manitoba, Canada. He has produced, directed and edited sporting event videos, commercials as well as a handful of short films, many of which have won numerous prizes in Festivals across Canada and in France. Laurent's first language is French but is obviously very much bilingual. To this fact, Larry attributes many of his success.

At the age of 17, he also started writing and acting in a French Pre-teen CBC televised show called "Clan Destin". One of the many highlights of Laurent's career came in 2003 when his mock documentary "Deuxieme enfance" was not only nominated but won both the "Best Picture" and "Public's Choice" awards at the Festival des Videastes in Winnipeg. Just recently, Laurent finished post-production on a television pilot written and co-created by Josh Hatfield, "Educated Guess".

Shortly after, Laurent launched his new Production Company "Hatchway Entertainment". Further to Producing and Directing his own films, Laurent continues to work on music videos and indie-features perfecting his craft as an Assistant Director soon to become a member of the Director's Guild of Canada.

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