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Episode 016: Behind the Cut

Episode 016: Behind the Cut


Episode 016: Behind the Cut

This is part three of our four part series covering EditCon 2019.

The EditCon 2019 series was generously sponsored by Deluxe

In this masterclass, award-winning editor Ron Sanders, CCE will be sharing insight from his career, notably his work with celebrated director David Cronenberg. Their collaboration spans 19 films, for which he won four Genie Awards for Excellence in Film Editing and three Best Editor Awards from the Directors Guild of Canada. Ron discusses scenes from Eastern Promises, A History of Violence, A Dangerous Method and Maps to the Stars. This panel was moderated by Jim Allodi.

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A special thanks goes to

Maureen Grant

the EditCon Committee

Alison Dowler

Jane MacRae

Annex Pro & Avid

Hosted and Produced by

Sarah Taylor

Edited by

Chris Coulter

Recorded by

Jason Kanoza

Main Title Sound Design by

Jane Tattersall

ADR Recording by

Andrea Rusch

Mixed and Mastered by

Tony Bao

Original Music by

Chad Blain

Sponsor Narration by

Paul Winestock

Sponsored by

Deluxe

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Episode 017: This Year In Dramatic Film

Episode 017: This Year In Dramatic Film

Episode 017: This Year In Dramatic Film

This is part four of our four-part series covering EditCon 2019.

In this episode we will hear from indie feature editors Michelle Szemberg of Un Traductor, Christine Armstrong of The New Romantic and Isabelle Malenfant, CCE of Pieds nus dans l’aube. There’s no formula to a festival hit, but these three editors, each with a recent feature film on the circuit, shed light on their respective experiences.

This panel discussion, moderated by Lisa Grootenboer, CCE, focuses on their careers in indie film, their process in editing these films, getting a festival run, and what lies ahead.

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A special thanks goes to

Jane MacRae

Cathy Gulkin

Hosted and Produced by

Sarah Taylor

Main Title Sound Design by

Jane Tattersall

ADR Recording by

Andrea Rusch

Mixed and Mastered by

Tony Bao

Original Music by

Chad Blain

Sponsor Narration by

Paul Winestock

Sponsored by

Vancouver Short Film Festival

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Episode 018: Meet the CCE

Episode 018: Meet the CCE

Episode 018: Meet the CCE

Meet the current executive and the past founders of the CCE.

This episode was generously sponsored by Post City Picture and Sound

In this episode Sarah Taylor sits down with the founding members of the Canadian Cinema Editors Paul Day, CCE, Roger Mattiussi, CCE and Paul Winestock, CCE as well as the current CCE president and vice president Stephen Philipson, CCE and Jane MacRae. We discuss where the CCE came from, where we are currently and what we hope for the future of the CCE.

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A special thanks goes to

Jane MacRae

Paul Day, CCE

Roger Mattussi, CCE

Paul Winestock, CCE

Stephen Philipson, CCE

Hosted and Produced by

Sarah Taylor

Main Title Sound Design by

Jane Tattersall

ADR Recording by

Andrea Rusch

Mixed and Mastered by

Tony Bao

Original Music by

Chad Blain

Sponsor Narration by

Paul Winestock

Sponsored by

Vancouver Short Film Festival

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Episode 019: Interview with Dean Balser, CCE

Episode 019: Interview with Dean Balser, CCE

Episode 019: Interview with Dean Balser, CCE

In this episode Sarah Taylor sits down with the 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient Dean Balser, CCE.

This episode was generously sponsored by Post City Picture and Sound.

Interview with Dean Balser, CCE

Dean worked on the series The littlest Hobo, Night Heat and countless dramas, comedies, documentaries and factual programs. He was at the forefront of the evolution of editing from film to digital, working on the most advanced editing platforms of the day, including being an early user of Avid systems.

Dean became acclaimed not only for his editing work, but also for his role as a friend and mentor to many in the industry.

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Jane MacRae

Dean Balser, CCE

Hosted and Produced by

Sarah Taylor

Main Title Sound Design by

Jane Tattersall

ADR Recording by

Andrea Rusch

Mixed and Mastered by

Tony Bao

Original Music by

Chad Blain

Sponsor Narration by

Paul Winestock

Sponsored by

Post City Picture and Sound

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Episode 020: FAST HORSE Q&A with Sarah Taylor

Episode 020: FAST HORSE Q&A with Sarah Taylor

Episode 020: FAST HORSE Q&A with Sarah Taylor

This episode is a Q&A with Sarah Taylor that took place in March 2019 in Edmonton, Alberta about the short documentary FAST HORSE.

Sarah Taylor from Edmonton, Alberta chapter, editor of Fast Horse

FAST HORSE follows the return of the Blackfoot bareback horse racing tradition in a new form: the Indian Relay. Siksika horseman Allison Red Crow struggles to build a team with second-hand horses and a new jockey, Cody Big Tobacco, to take on the best riders in the Blackfoot Confederacy at the Calgary Stampede.

The Q&A was moderated by fellow editor Brenda Terning. If you would like to see FAST HORSE there is a screening on November 20th in Toronto, Ontario at the TIFF Lightbox Theater or you can watch it on Vimeo where it recently received a staff pick.

SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL 2019, “Special Jury Prize for Direction” 2020

CINEMA EYE “SHORTS LIST” Nominee

TRAVERSE CITY FILM FESTIVAL 2019, “Best Short Documentary”

SEATTLE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2019, “Special Jury Mention”

Sarah Taylor from Edmonton, Alberta chapter, editor of Fast Horse
Sarah Taylor from Edmonton, Alberta chapter, editor of Fast Horse
Sarah Taylor from Edmonton, Alberta chapter, editor of Fast Horse

IMAGINATIVE FILM FESTIVAL 2019, “Best Short Documentary”

MAORILAND FILM FESTIVAL 2018, “Best Short Documentary”

BANFF MOUNTAIN FILM FESTIVAL 2018, “World Tour Selection”

YORKTON FILM FESTIVAL 2019, “Best of the Festival” & “Best Short Documentary”

Director: Alexandra Lazarowich

Producer: Niobe Thompson

Composer: Jonathan Kawchuk

Cinematography: aAron Munson, Daron Donahue, Sergio Olivares

Executive in Charge of Production, CBC Docs: Lesley Birchard.

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A special thanks goes to

Jane MacRae

Brenda Terning

Hosted and Produced by

Sarah Taylor

Main Title Sound Design by

Jane Tattersall

ADR Recording by

Andrea Rusch

Mixed and Mastered by

Tony Bao

Original Music by

Chad Blain

Sponsor Narration by

Paul Winestock

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Episode 021: Interview with Cathy Gulkin, CCE

Episode 021: Interview with Cathy Gulkin, CCE

Episode 021: Interview with Cathy Gulkin, CCE

In this episode Sarah Taylor sits down with award-winning editor Cathy Gulkin, CCE.

This episode was generously sponsored by Vancouver Short Film Festival

For much of her career, Cathy has focused on long form social issue documentaries, but the breadth of her talent is demonstrated with a wide-ranging filmography with credits in music docs, comedy TV shows, theatrical feature films, children’s programs, reality and lifestyle series. Her work has been recognized with several editing awards for such films as the classic feature documentary Forbidden Love (1992 Atlantic Film Festival), The Four Seasons Mosaic (2005 Gemini nomination, Best Editing in a Performance Program), And We Knew How to Dance (1994 Columbus, Best Documentary) and Omar Khadr: Out of the Shadows which received a 2016 Emmy nomination and won 2016 DGC Award.

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Jane MacRae

Cathy Gulkin, CCE

Hosted and Produced by

Sarah Taylor

Main Title Sound Design by

Jane Tattersall

ADR Recording by

Andrea Rusch

Mixed and Mastered by

Tony Bao

Original Music by

Chad Blain

Sponsor Narration by

Paul Winestock

Sponsored by

Vancouver Short Film Festival

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Episode 022: Interview with Pia Di Ciaula, CCE, ACE

Episode 022: Interview with Pia Di Ciaula, CCE, ACE

Episode 022: Interview with Pia Di Ciaula, CCE, ACE

In this episode Sarah Taylor sits down with award winning editor Pia Di Ciaula, CCE, ACE.

This episode was generously sponsored by Post City Picture and Sound

Pia is originally from Toronto and is now based in the UK. She is a BAFTA and CCE award winning editor best known for editing Tyrannosaur, The Crown and A Very English Scandal.

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Jane MacRae

Pia Di Ciaula, CCE, ACE

Hosted and Produced by

Sarah Taylor

Main Title Sound Design by

Jane Tattersall

ADR Recording by

Andrea Rusch

Mixed and Mastered by

Tony Bao

Original Music by

Chad Blain

Sponsor Narration by

Paul Winestock

Sponsored by

Post City Picture and Sound

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Episode 023: The A-Team: Inside the World of Assistant Editing

Episode 023: The A-Team: Inside the World of Assistant Editing

Episode 023: The A-Team: Inside the World of Assistant Editing

This episode is the the panel The A-Team: Inside the World of Assistant Editing that was recorded on October 17th 2019 at Jaxx - A Creative House in Toronto.

This episode was generously sponsored by Jaxx – A Creative House.

The A-Team inside the world of assistant editing panel

For many post-production professionals, their introduction to the cutting room is through the world of Assistant Editing. This talk provides a deep dive into the role of the Assistant Editor across the spheres of scripted and unscripted film and television.

Panelists Shelley Maclean (Master Chef Canada, Kim’s Convenience, Jann Season 2), Maja Jacob (Loudermilk, Percy, Take Two), and Xi Feng (Last Train Home, The Apology).

They bring a wealth of experience to this discussion on workflow, technology, collaboration and teamwork in the cutting room. 

The panel was moderated by award-winning editor D. Gillian Truster, CCE.

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Jane MacRae

Maureen Grant,

Alison Dowler

Danny Santa-Ana

Jaxx - A Creative House

Hosted and Produced by

Sarah Taylor

Edited by

Chris Coulter

Main Title Sound Design by

Jane Tattersall

ADR Recording by

Andrea Rusch

Mixed and Mastered by

Tony Bao

Original Music by

Chad Blain

Sponsor Narration by

Paul Winestock

Sponsored by

Jaxx - A Creative House

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Episode 024: Interview with Kimberlee McTaggart, CCE

Episode 024: Interview with Kimberlee McTaggart, CCE

Episode 024: Interview with Kimberlee McTaggart, CCE

In today’s episode Sarah Taylor sit down with Kimberlee McTaggart, CCE.

This episode was generously sponsored by Post City Picture & Sound.

Kimberlee McTaggart, CCE

Kimberlee has been working in the Canadian film industry for over 30 years. She graduated from York University with a BFA in film, where she won the Dean’s Prize for Excellence and a national prize from the Academy of Canadian Cinema and TV.

More importantly, she met a bunch of cool people who inspired her then and continue to do so today. Despite spending her university years in Toronto, a city she loves, she was immediately drawn back to her home province of Nova Scotia where she has carved out a varied and successful career.

Kimberlee produced, directed, and/or edited several award-winning documentaries before beginning to work exclusively in post production in 1994. She also began to work exclusively on non-linear systems, glad to leave the Moviolas and Steenbecks behind! Kimberlee has edited several dramatic series such as Lexx, Gullages, Made in Canada, This Hour has 22 Minutes, Call Me Fitz, Studio Black, Seed, Pure and Diggstown. Her work on the Call Me Fitz pilot brought her one of the last Gemini Awards.

She was also nominated for a Canadian Screen Award for her work on both Call Me Fitz and Seed, as well as the feature film Blackbird. Kim took a break from editing for a few years to run a production company where she and her business partner produced several documentaries and two documentary series. She also worked as a business affairs consultant for other companies during this time, and executive produced several short dramatic films.

And now, after being back in the editor’s chair for 10 years, she is dipping her toes back in to the producing waters, beginning with the award-winning short film Pearls. In addition to serving on the Board of the CCE, Kimberlee serves as the Chair of Women in Film and Television – Atlantic as well as the Editing Caucus Representative of the Atlantic Regional Council of the DGC.

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A special thanks goes to

Jane MacRae

Alison Dowler

Post City Picture & Sound

Hosted, Produced and Edited by

Sarah Taylor

Mixed and Mastered by

Tony Bao

Original Music by

Chad Blain

Sponsor Narration by

Paul Winestock

Sponsored by

Post City Picture & Sound

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Episode 025: Interview with Doug Wilkinson

Episode 025: Interview with Doug Wilkinson

Episode 025: Interview with Doug Wilkinson

In today’s episode Sarah Taylor sit down with the 2019 career achievement recipient Doug Wilkinson.

Doug is a post production supervisor based in Toronto and has worked on many Canadian classics like “My Secret Identity”, “Street Legal” and “The Kids in the Hall.” Doug has also worked on films like “Requiem for a Dream.” and “The Shape of Water.”

Over those years Doug has earned the respect and friendship of many in the editing department as well as producers.

His leadership has put him at the forefront of in-demand Post Supervisors and is a model by which all in editing strive to achieve.

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Credits

A special thanks goes to

Alison Dowler

Jane MacRae

Post City Picture & Sound

Hosted, Produced and Edited by

Sarah Taylor

Mixed and Mastered by

Tony Bao

Original Music by

Chad Blain

Sponsor Narration by

Paul Winestock

Sponsored by

Post City Picture & Sound

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