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14th Annual CCE Awards

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The CCE will announce the Nominees on April 15th, 2024.

The Awards will take place on June 14th, 2024 at the Delta Hotel in Toronto.

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Special Award Recipients

Michel Arcand’s career as an editor has spanned more than 40 years, earning him a unique place in the Canadian cinema community amongst the artists and professionals whose careers he has watched emerge and mature.

He has even guided—and continues to guide—some of our greatest filmmakers: Léa Pool, Jean-Claude Lauzon, Pierre Falardeau, Robert Ménard, Charles Binamé, Chloé Robichaud, and Sébastien Pilote, to name but a few.

Michel Arcand is part of that elite group of artisans and creators whose reputation transcends borders. His work, too, is internationally recognized, with movies like TOMORROW NEVER DIES: JAMES BOND #18, SUNSHINE and THE SIXTH DAY being enjoyed by hundreds of thousands around the world.

Generous with his time and wealth of experience, he is a founding member of the Comité des Treize, an independent group whose mission is to unite editors of all stripes to promote the field and restore its prestige.

Arcand has long been a freelancer, which likely fuels his drive to ensure better working conditions not just for himself, but also for his fellow editors. His mission to support his community led him to sit on the Board of Directors of the Academy of Canadian Cinema. He has been on the Board of Directors of the Alliance of Image and Sound Technicians (AQTIS Local Section 514 IATSE) since 2006.

A man of principle, he cares deeply about collective values and ensuring equity for all roles in production. To that end, he is an advocate of a strong, unified organization to represent those roles and ensure that investments are made in professional development and training the next generation of creators.

2021 CCE Awards Jane Tattersall Career Achievement Recipient

Jane Tattersall’s career in sound began during a rainstorm. A graduate of Queens University (philosophy), her first job in film was as a researcher/writer on a BBC/TVO documentary series. When the picture editor added the rumble of thunder to an otherwise merely beautiful landscape scene, it was love at first sound.

Ask Jane about her success over 30 years and she attributes it to her luck of being mentored by some of the best sound editors and mixers in the business. Great filmmakers such as Jaco van Dormael, Bill Forsyth, Deepa Mehta, David Cronenberg, and Istvan Szabo contributed to her education.

Jane built relationships with Canadian filmmakers like Clement Virgo, Sarah Polley, Richie Mehta, and Mike McGowan. Jane’s passion for sound excellence and hard work helped this next generation of filmmakers take the stage at the Oscars, at Cannes, in Toronto and at film festivals around the world.

Jane’s work has taken her to studios beyond Canada, including stints in Berlin, Brussels, Budapest, London, LA, Skywalker, and New York. Numerous credits, nominations and awards followed and today Jane counts over 170 credits (film and television), and over 100 nominations and awards. Jane’s recent sound supervising includes THE HANDMAID’S TALE, THE NORTH WATER and 13 MINUTES.

Ceremony

Join us on Thursday, May 25th, 2023 for an evening celebrating excellence in editing at the Delta Hotel in Toronto.
Cocktails begin at 6pm, dinner is served at 7:30pm.
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***TICKET SALES WILL END ON MAY 12th, 2023.***

There are no tickets sold at the door, as all meals must be ordered in advance.

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Cocktails begin at 6pm, dinner is served at 7:30pm.

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If you are not a member of the Canadian Cinema Editors, but would like to become a member (and buy a ticket at the member price), JOIN HERE.

Please note: Members can only buy member-priced tickets for themselves. Friends and family must be purchased as non-members.

A discount is available for one guest of nominated CCE members, please email Alison Dowler (adowler@cceditors) for details.

Sponsors, please email Alison Dowler (adowler@cceditors.ca) to obtain your tickets. 

Our Host Elvira Kurt

Richard Crouse Host CCE AwardsRichard Crouse is the regular film critic for the 24 hour news sources CTV’s News Channel and CP24 and is a frequent guest on many national Canadian radio and television shows. His nationally syndicated Saturday afternoon radio show, THE RICHARD CROUSE SHOW, originates on News Talk 1010 in Toronto. He is also the author of ten books on pop culture history including Who Wrote the Book of Love, the best-selling “The 100 Best Movies You’ve Never Seen”, its sequel “The Son of the 100 Best Movies You’ve Never Seen”, the best selling “Raising Hell: Ken Russell and the Unmasking of The Devils” and “Elvis is King: Costello’s My Aim is True”. He also writes about pop culture and cars for The Toronto Star.

CCE Awards Raffle Tickets

Congratulations to our Raffle Winners

Our annual raffle features the fabulous prizes listed below.

The draw will take place during the Awards ceremony.

Adobe EditCon 2021 Sponsor
2 x 1 Year Adobe Creative Cloud Subscription
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1 Blackmagic Design Editor Keyboard

1 Copy of Davinci Resolve Studio
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1 Year Subscription to Boris FX Suite

1 Year Subscription to Sapphire

1 Year Subscription to Continuum

1 Year Subscription to Mocha Pro

2 x 1 Year CCE Membership

Thank you to our committees & volunteers:

Awards Committee:

Lisa Binkley, CCE

Majda Drinnan

Lesley Mackay Hunter, CCE

Jennifer Kidson

Jane MacRae

Thank you to our CCE staff:

CCE Operations Manager:

Alison Dowler

CCE Communications Coordinator:

Samantha Ling

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TEMPO AGM 2024: A Recap

TEMPO AGM 2024: A Recap

By Jane MacRae & Pauline Decroix

We are excited to share the highlights of our recent adventures at the TEMPO Annual General Meeting (AGM) and Film Editors’ Symposium hosted in Copenhagen in mid-November 2023. We immersed ourselves in three days of industry discussions, networking, and inspiring meetings with editors from around the world.

The event was held at the National Film School of Denmark. In total, there were 54 attendees in person and online.


©Photo: Ludwik Sielicki


©Photo: Pauline Decroix

New Beginnings: Electing a Fresh TEMPO Board

The centerpiece of the TEMPO AGM was the election of a new board, marking a pivotal moment for the organization. Several founding board members, after four years of dedicated service, graciously stepped back to make way for fresh perspectives and ideas. So much hard work has gone into establishing this remarkable organization and we look forward to seeing the new perspectives that the next board will bring.

Tempo Board

From left to right : Sarah McTeigue (Italy-AMC), Are Syvertsen (Norway-NFK), Julie Dupré (France-LMA), Özcan Vardar (Turkey-KUDA), Karina Vilela (Brazil-AMC), Alejo Santos (Argentina-SAE), Michelle Tesoro (USA-ACE). Missing in the photo: Job ter Burg (The Netherlands-NCE), Sebastián Hernández (Colombia-ECCA)
©Photo: Filip Grobgaard

Growing Global Connections

One of the most exciting updates was the expansion of TEMPO’s membership. We warmly welcomed Ireland, Nigeria, Croatia, and Japan into the TEMPO family, bringing the total number of national organizations to 35, with over 8500 members worldwide. TEMPO has moved out of its infancy and is becoming a global force in our industry.

TEMPO AGM 2024

©Photo: Filip Grobgaard

AGM Insights: Task Forces and Collaborations

The AGM wasn’t just about elections; it was a platform for insightful updates. TEMPO has task forces dedicated to Events & Master Classes, Communications, Authorship & Copyright, and Artificial Intelligence. A special nod to the communications group for unveiling a sleek new website: (https://www.tempo-filmeditors.com/)

TEMPO’s ongoing partnership with Netflix was also discussed. The streaming giant continues to run training seminars in select countries around the world, and has relied on the expertise of TEMPO members to design and operate the courses. This partnership has provided TEMPO with an income stream to help fund its own initiatives, however the arrangement has been criticized by some members because Netflix has ultimate control over where these sessions are run. TEMPO remains committed to advancing editing skills and fostering international collaboration and is open to discussion about other educational options that could benefit a wider range of members.

Facing the Future: AI in Film Editing

A hot topic of discussion was the role of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in our industry. A dedicated task force, in collaboration with other industry organizations like Artsenico, Imago, and EFSI, is actively addressing the implications of AI. Concerns ranged from potential job displacement to the nuanced artistry of editing being overshadowed by AI-generated assemblies. These discussions mirrored recent concerns raised during the SAG strike in the US.

Facing the Future: AI in Film Editing

©Photo: Filip Grobgaard

Beyond the AGM: Editing Symposium at the Danish Film School

Post-AGM, the Danish Film School generously hosted a two-day editing symposium, treating attendees to master classes by renowned editors Mikkel E.G. Nielsen, ACE (THE BANSHEES OF INISHERIN, SOUND OF METAL), Yorgos Mavropsaridis, ACE (POOR THINGS, THE FAVOURITE), Elísabet Ronaldsdóttir, ACE (DEADPOOL 2, SHANG-CHI AND THE LEGEND OF THE TEN RINGS, JOHN WICK), and Michelle Tesoro, ACE, BFE (MAESTRO, THE QUEEN’S GAMBIT). We were extremely lucky that Michelle was able to provide an exclusive preview screening of MAESTRO prior to her talk.

The symposium wasn’t just about learning; it was an opportunity to connect with fellow editors, share experiences, and reignite the creative spark. Of course, we indulged in plenty of delicious food and drinks
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©Photos: Pauline Decroix

The CCE Advantage: TEMPO Membership

As members of the Canadian Cinema Editors (CCE), we left the AGM with a renewed appreciation for our affiliation with TEMPO. The organization’s ability to address global industry issues and influence international policy is a valuable asset. We would like to thank all the organizers of the event, particularly the Society of Danish Film Editors (DFS) as well as the National Film School of Denmark for graciously hosting us for the weekend. We look forward to the next chapter in TEMPO’s story.

For CCE members eager to dive deeper into TEMPO, the website, discussion forum, and social media channels are excellent resources. (All CCE members may access the discussion forum, contact Ali for more information). Those interested in contributing to TEMPO’s initiatives can reach out to Pauline Decroix for information on a joining task force.

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Full Members 2023

Full Members 2023

We are pleased to announce our new Full Members for 2023.

These people have demonstrated an unwavering commitment to pursuing excellence in Canadian post production, and serve as outstanding ambassadors for our organization. Their body of work is of the highest caliber and inspires us all to be the best artists and storytellers we can be. We are very proud to bestow upon them the honour of Full Membership in the CCE.

Diane Brunjes, CCE

Maureen Grant, CCE

Michael Grootenboer, CCE

Carole Larsen, CCE

Brian Mann, CCE

Cam McLauchlin, CCE

Eamonn O’Connor, CCE

Sarah Taylor, CCE

Yvann Thibaudeau, CCE

Bill Towgood, CCE

Nicholas Wong, CCE

Congratulations!

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CCE Statement regarding recent violence in Israel and Palestine

CCE Statement regarding recent violence in Israel and Palestine

The Canadian Cinema Editors mourn the loss of innocent civilians in Israel and Gaza and the current suffering of many people in this region. Our thoughts are with our members who have relatives or friends in the conflict area. We support those who advocate for a peaceful resolution.

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2023 Mental Illness Awareness Week

2023 Mental Illness Awareness Week

Mental Illness Awareness Week (MIAW) is an annual national public education campaign designed to help open the eyes of Canadians to the reality of mental illness.

Sarah Taylor (host for the CCE podcast The Editor’s Cut) and her sister Heather have produced a 3 part series: You’re Not Alone: Navigating Life with Mental Illness for their podcast Braaains.

Listen Here!

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2023 Leo Award Winners

2023 Leo Award Winners

LEO Awards 2021

Congratulations to our Leo Award Winners!

Best Picture Editing, Television Movie
  • Allan Lee, CCE – Cruel Instruction
Best Picture Editing, Dramatic Series
  • Allan Lee, CCE (+ 1 editor) – Flowers in the Attic: The Origin – The Marriage
Best Picture Editing, Documentary Series
  • Graham Kew (+1 editor) – Women Who Rock – Defiance Best Picture Editing, Factual
Best Picture Editing, Music, Comedy or Variety Program or Series
  • Jon Anctil, CCE – Fakes – A Cup of Ambition
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2023 Gémaux Award Nominees

2023 Gémaux Award Nominees

Congratulations to our CCE members who were nominated for a Gémeaux Award!

Best Editing: Fiction
  • Amélie Labrèche – AVANT LE CRASH – SAISON 1 – « Épisode 5 »
  • Myriam Coulombe – MÉGANTIC – « Épisode 8 – L’histoire de Marie »
  • David Di Francesco – VIRAGE – DOUBLE FAUTE  – « Épisode 2 – Prêtàtout »
Best Editing: Public Affairs, Documentary – Program 
  • Justin Lachance, CCE (+1 monteur) – CANADIENS NORDIQUES, LARIVALITÉ – « Épisode 1 – La bataille du Québec »
  • Catherine Legault – PRENDRE LE VENT – « Épisode 10 – Guadeloupe » 
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13th Annual CCE Awards Nominees and Winners

2023 CCE Awards

List of Nominees & Winners

WINNER: Jeremy Montgomery – HE-MAN AND THE MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE: EP 301 – THE HAUNTING OF CASTLE GRAYSKULL

Gavin Ebedes – REINDEER IN HERE

Lesley Mackay Hunter, CCE – BIG BLUE: EP 21 & 22 – CHANGE OF HEAAAART/OOZE ON THE LOOSE

Meagan Oravec – RUN JUMP PLAY: EP 102 – CAMILLE THE GYMNAST

Paul Hunter, CCE & Katie Tomchishen – ANGRY BIRDS SUMNER MADNESS: EP 203 – CHUCK IN A BOX

Sponsored by: Annex Pro

Winners: Jessica Hoffman & Andrew Blyskosz – SESAME STREET MECHA BUILDERS: EP 112B – A BIT OF A STRETCH

Erik Loponen – LET’S GO LUNA: EP 319 – A MOON’S TRIP TO PARIS

Rachel Guergis, Bec Cranswick, Sophia Loffreda & Dean Hannas – SPIDEY AND HIS AMAZING FRIENDS: EP 208 – HALTED HOLIDAY/MERRY SPIDEY CHRISTMAS

Robert Hornsby, Stephanie Duncan, CCE & Jason Cohen – THOMAS & FRIENDS: ALL ENGINES GO: THE MYSTERY OF LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN

Shawn Rocca – XAVIER RIDDLE AND THE SECRET MUSEUM: I AM RUKMINI DEVI ARUNDALE

Sponsored by: Canadian Cinema Editors

Winners: Mike Munn, CCE & Dave Kazala, CCE – TO KILL A TIGER

David McMahon & Peter Denes – THE KIDS IN THE HALL: COMEDY PUNKS

Greg Ng, CCE – THE GRIZZLIE TRUTH

Nicholas Hector, CCE, BFE – THE PERFECT STORY

Sarah Byrne – BERNIE LANGILLE WANTS TO KNOW WHAT HAPPENED TO BERNIE LANGILLE

Sponsored by: DGC National

Winner: Steve Taylor, CCE – THE UNSOLVED MURDER OF BEVERLY LYNN SMITH: EP 101 – THE CATCH

Clark Masters – THE UNSOLVED MURDER OF BEVERLY LYNN SMITH: EP 103 – ALIBI

James Hebbard – HISTORY BY THE NUMBERS: EP 120 – THE GREAT MIGRATION

Jenypher Fisher, CCE – OUR WAR: EP 101 – WATTS/DROST

Peter Denes, Pamela Bayne, Deb Palloway, CCE & Barry McMann – EVIL BY DESIGN: SURVIVING NYGARD: EP 101

Sponsored by: Matrx

Winner: Sophie Leblond – VIKING

Amélie Labrèche – NOÉMIE DIT OUI

Christopher Donaldson, CCE, ACE & Roslyn Kalloo, CCE – WOMEN TALKING

Kye Meechan – BROTHER

Lindsay Allikas – THE SWEARING JAR

Simone Smith, CCE – I LIKE MOVIES

Sponsored by: Vanguarde Artist Management

Winner: Jonathan Dowler, CCE – CANADA’S DRAG RACE, CANADA VS. THE WORLD: EP 106 – GRAND FINALE

Jeff Fowler – TRADING UP WITH MANDY RENNEHAN: EP 110 – THE BIG FINISH

Jenypher Fisher, CCE – PAMELA’S GARDEN OF EDEN: EP 1001 – I LOVE LAUNDRY!

Michael Tersigni, CCE – BLOWN AWAY: EP 304 – SEVEN DEADLY SINS

Rhonda Thain, Robb Watson & Adam MacLean – TRADING UP WITH MANDY RENNEHAN: EP 101 – ROTTEN CHESTER

Sponsored by: Annex Pro

Winner: Roderick Deogrades, CCE – HIGH SCHOOL: EP 106 – HELLO, I’M RIGHT HERE

Daniel Sadler – THE HARDY BOYS: EP 207 – THE DOCTOR’S ORDERS

Duncan Christie, CCE – FRAGGLE ROCK: BACK TO THE ROCK: EP 113 – ALL OF US

Lisa Binkley, CCE – ZOMBIES 3

Paul Winestock, CCE – FRAGGLE ROCK: BACK TO THE ROCK: EP 105 – FOUR WEMBLEYS AND A BIRTHDAY

Sponsored by: IATSE 891

Winner: Dominique Champagne – MOTEL PARADIS: EP 1 – EXPÉRIENCE DE MORT IMMINENTE

Allan Lee, CCE & Bob Dewald – FLOWERS IN THE ATTIC: THE ORIGIN: EP 1 – THE MARRIAGE

Justin Li – Thai Cave Rescue: Ep 102 – TO NOT OFFEND THE GODS

Maureen Grant – STOLEN BY THEIR FATHER

Roger Mattiussi, CCE – HOUSE OF CHAINS

Sponsored by: Formosa Group

Winner: Arthur Tarnowski, CCE, ACE – SUZANNE ET CHANTAL

Amélie Labrèche – NU

Guillaume Marin – DANNY GREENWOOD T LAID

Rachel Guergis – BUBBLE

Xi Feng – REBECCA’S ROOM

Sponsored by: JAM Post

Winner: Jay Prychidny, CCE – WEDNESDAY: EP 101 – WEDNESDAY’S CHILD IS FULL OF WOE

Drew MacLeod – SHORESY: EP 103 – KNOW YOUR ROLE

Kimberlee McTaggart, CCE – MOONSHINE: EP 203 – BITCHES, I’VE NOW GONE OUTLAW

Sabrina Pitre, CCE – FAKES: EP 101 – TEEN DRINKING IS VERY BAD…

Teresa Hannigan, CCE – PRETTY HARD CASES: EP 201 – PENCIL SKIRTS

Sponsored by: Rolling Pictures

Winner: Dev Singh – THE PORTER: EP 102

Aaron Marshall, CCE – HALO: EP 101 – CONTACT

Jay Prychidny, CCE – SNOWPIERCER: EP 310 – THE ORIGINAL SINNERS

Sandy Pereira – THE PORTER: EP 104

Wendy Hallam Martin, CCE, ACE – THE HANDMAID’S TALE: EP 510 – SAFE

Sponsored by: Take 5 Productions

Winner: Ashley Brook, David Schmidt & Kyle Cucco – CANADIANA: THE WEREWOLF OF QUEBEC

Andres Landau, Marianna Khoury & Eui Yong Zong – LIDO TV: EP 104 – FEMINISM

Anna Catley – AVOCADO TOAST: EP 205 – WITH A SIDE OF… DECAF AMERICAN’T-HAVE-KIDS-O

Arielle Skolnik – TRUE DATING STORIES: EP 3 – DORIAN

Jean-Philippe Gagnon – COBAYE: NICO TESTE LE BITCOIN À MIAMI

Sponsored by: Canadian Cinema Editors 

Adelaide Berardi – STRICTLY PLATONIC (York University)


Chen Sing Yap – DESYNC (Sheridan College)


Jennifer Li – SOLD (Emily Carr University)


Jérémie Mazan – YVON L’ÉTERNEL (Université du Québec à Montréal)


Taryn Foster – ORDER, FOR THE BUTCHER (University of British Columbia)


Zoé Rondeau – CE QUI SE PASSE SOUS TERRE (Université du Québec à Montréal)

Sponsored by: Insight Productions

Special Award Recipients

Lifetime Award 2023 - David B Thompson

David B. Thompson, CCE began his career in the 1980s as an editor on classic Canadian programming such as THE LITTLEST HOBO and NIGHT HEAT. Over the years, his work spanned all genres, from action/comedy (DUE SOUTH) to science fiction (LEXX, DARK MATTER), and period dramas (THE KENNEDYS).  A stalwart presence in the industry for over 50 years, David left a body of work that is almost as big as his heart.  

A fantastic editor, mentor, storyteller, jokester, and a great friend to so many, David was part of the first group of inductees to receive the CCE initials in 2008. He won an award at the inaugural CCE Awards in 2011, and over the course of his career garnered 5 Gemini nominations, two 2 DGC and CCE Award nominations, as well as an Emmy nomination for the pilot episode of “24”. 

David always said “Cut with your gut, use your feelings to tell the story.”

Celebrating Assistant Editors


The following are the Assistant Editors who worked on this year's nominated projects:

Mohamed Abo El Fadl
Shonah Affleck
Mitchell Allen
Mark Allison
Gabriella Arno
Alysha Baker
Shawn Beckwith
David Borja
Nathan Burke
Robert Calabro
Louis Casado
Calina Chakarova
Tiana Chin
Peter Coholan
Mihai Cosmin Popa
Wesley Demkiw
Gebriel Deneke
Mathieu Dodier
Sarinah Foskin
Dale Gagne
Zoé Guévremont
Howard Hamilton
Michel Heuston
Brendan Hiles
Shayne Hontiveros
Simon Huculiak
Razvan Ilinca
Jess Jansen
Jordan Janus
Charlie Jemmett
Chuck Kahn
Bethany Kaster
Vaggelis Katsaros
Jordan Kawai
Mike T. King
Maria Komech
Lawrence Le Lam
Naseem Loloie
Tom Lounsbury
Lester Lubuguin
Anthony Lunenburg
Dariun Lung
Blake Macfarlane
Daisy MacLean
Rodlyne Maheé Jean
Will Mitchell
Michael McBride
Kyle McNair
Eric Metzloff
Matthew Neufeld
Andrew Notman
Pranay Nichani
Nick Nadon
Nisha Pahuja
Melissa Paquet
Niraj Patel
Maria Psaila
Aidan Popiel-Hirdaramani
Kyle Power
Derek Pugh
Daniel Shulkin
Ernesto Sosa Lopez
Chris Stevens
Joshua Ramsey
Angela Ready
Angela Rentzelos
Genevieve Roberge
Shawn Rocca
Keisha Rose
Paul Rubenstein
Amélie Santerre
Craig Scorgie
Javier Sinisterra
Arielle Skolnik
Lavinia Terletchi
Thomas Therrien
Sean Thomas
Maxyme Tremblay
Vincent Tremblay
Brad Tuck
Paul Wilson
James Young

CCE Awards Raffle Tickets

Congratulations to our Raffle Winners

Adobe EditCon 2021 Sponsor
2 x 1 Year Adobe Creative Cloud Subscription

Lisa Robison, CCE and Lisa Pham Flowers
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1 Blackmagic Design Editor Keyboard

Sarah Byrne

1 Copy of Davinci Resolve Studio

Daniel Sadler
2 x 1 Year CCE Membership

Roderick Deogrades, CCE and Robert Hornsby
2 x 1 Year Avid Media Composer Subscription

Heath Fashina and Jeff Fowler
Boris FX Logo Sponsor
3 x 1 Year Subscription to Boris FX Suite

Andrea Novoa, Barry McMann and Meagan McGraw

Our Host Elvira Kurt

Elvira Kurt is a Canadian Screen and Canadian Comedy Award winning, trail-blazing, blazer wearing, queer comedy icon.

Here’s a partial list of her credits: DRINK MASTERS, THE SOCIAL, CANADA’S DRAG RACE, THE GREAT CANADIAN BAKING SHOW, CROSS COUNTRY CAKE OFF, WALL OF CHEFS, A CUT ABOVE, MASTERCHEF CANADA, POPCULTURED WITH ELVIRA KURT, SPIN OFF, BARONESS VON SKETCH SHOW, DEGRASSI: THE NEXT GENERATION, MISS PERSONA, STILL STANDING, THIS HOUR HAS 22 MINUTES, GAME ON, ETALK DAILY and ‘Q’ AND ‘Q.

Plus live solo shows, comedy special tapings, festival appearances, the Jury Choice Award at the Cannes Short Film Showcase for Reel Women Seen, which she wrote. On tap is a Seth Rogen project as well as her own scripted sitcom, currently in development. Yep, this teacup butch is BUSY!

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Thank you to our committees & volunteers:

Awards Committee:

Lisa Binkley, CCE

Majda Drinnan

Jennifer Kidson

Lesley Mackay Hunter, CCE

Jane MacRae

Thank you to our CCE staff:

CCE Operations Manager:

Alison Dowler

CCE Communications Coordinator:

Samantha Ling

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2023 Leo Award Nominees

2023 Leo Award Nominees

LEO Awards 2021

Congratulations to our CCE members who were nominated for a Leo Award!

Best Picture Editing, Motion Picture
  • Simone Smith, CCE – Float
Best Picture Editing, Television Movie
  • Allan Lee, CCE – Cruel Instruction
  • Gordon Remple, CCE – Monster High: The Movie
  • Saeed Vahidi – Rip In Time
Best Picture Editing, Short Drama
  • Kyle Sanborn – Cloud Striker
Best Picture Editing, Dramatic Series
  • Allan Lee, CCE (+ 1 editor) – Flowers in the Attic: The Origin – The Marriage
  • Christopher Smith – Warrior Nun – Jeremiah 29:13
Best Picture Editing, Feature Length
  • Greg Ng, CCE – The Grizzlie Truth
Best Picture Editing, Short Documentary
  • Alan Flett, CCE: The Teenager And The Lost Maya City
Best Picture Editing, Documentary Series
  • Graham Kew (+1 editor) – Women Who Rock – Defiance
Best Picture Editing, Information, Lifestyle or Reality Series
  • Tim Wanlin, CCE (+1 editor) – Deadman’s Curse – The Charnley Clues
Best Picture Editing, Youth or Children’s Program or Series
  • Meagan Oravec – Run Jump Play
Best Picture Editing, Music, Comedy or Variety Program or Series
  • Jon Anctil, CCE – Fakes – A Cup of Ambition
  • Lisa Binkley, CCE – Reginald The Vampire – Fools in Love
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2023 Screen Nova Scotia Winner

2023 Screen Nova Scotia Winner

Congratulations to our Screen Nova Scotia Award Winner!

Outstanding Achievement in Editing
  • Kimberlee McTaggart, CCE – Moonshine
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