Chaser Films is a Toronto based film and television production company.

Jeannette Loakman is the Executive Producer and owner of Chaser Films. Jeannette is an award-winning producer with over 12 years of experience in the television industry. She is currently producing the documentary film Peep Me for CBC Newsworld and Canal D with Chocolate Box Entertainment. Her last film Cat Ladies premiered at Hot Docs 2009, screening also at Silverdocs and San Francisco Doc Festival, and doubled the ratings for TVO. Jeannette was also nominated for a Gemini for Spam: The Documentary, a critical and ratings hit, Spam is the story of one man’s comical search for the origins of bulk unsolicited email. An international pitching success at TDF 2006 netted the film interest from Court TV USA, YLE Finland and SBS Australia, it is distributed by Films Transit, and is selling worldwide - putting Spam on the map.

As well as Cat Ladies and Spam, her productions include the series Groomed - with world famous butler Paul Hogan – for W Network and Wedding TV (UK). This entertaining male makeover show was called “Surprisingly endearing”, by the Globe and Mail, “Just short of magic!” by the Calgary Sun, and featured on Pick of the Week by The Guardian in the UK. Jeannette produced Annie Ong: Lost and Found, Hot Shots, The Last Seven Days of Annie Ong as well as directed Slippery Blisses: What’s in a Kiss? with the NFB.

Jeannette also co-founded Moc Docs – an annual national mockumentary filmmaking competition that over five years took over 30 filmmakers from script to the television screen and the festival circuit.