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Episode 18: Meet Claude Palardy

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Episode 18 - Meet Claude Palardy

This episode is sponsored by MELS STUDIOS

For this new season of our podcast, we welcome editor Claude Palardy.

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After wearing many hats, including director, cinematographer, special effects technician and sound editor for several years, Claude devoted himself entirely to editing in the 90s. He is renowned for his work on such well-known TV series as SCOOP, ALYS ROBI: THE BROKEN DREAM and ER. Claude has also worked on feature films with such renowned directors as Pierre Falardeau, Louis Bélanger, Louis Godbout and Claude Demers. Catherine will also talk to him about one of his latest films, RU. Without further ado, we leave you to listen to Catherine and Claude’s discussion. Enjoy!

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Episode 014: Meet René Roberge

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Episode 14: Meet René Roberge

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In this new episode, we meet a highly respected editor in the Canadian documentary world: René Roberge.

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In fact, René Roberge was nominated this year for Best Editing in a Feature Documentary at the Canadian Screen Awards for the film JOUVENCELLES (BLOOM). Catherine Legault guides us through his professional career and his very unique approach to documentary film.

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Episode 012 – Meet Amélie Labrèche

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Episode 12: Meet Amélie Labrèche

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For this new episode, we welcome our new host: Catherine Legault, she will introduce us to Amélie Labrèche.

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Catherine took over from our dear Myriam Poirier, for a few episodes. Myriam took a break from the microphone to fully devote herself to her own projects.

 We chose to speak with the young and prolific editor, Amélie Labrèche. After working for years as an assistant, Amélie made the leap to editing in 2016. Since then, she has been working on fiction, documentary and TV series projects. Catherine invites you to trace the path of Amélie’s young career.

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Amélie Labrèche in session with Catherine Legault at MELS Studio

Catherine Legault and Amélie Labrèche during their recording session at MELS Studios in downtown Montreal.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Catherine Legault is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and film editor. She graduated from Film Production at Concordia University’s Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema, in Montreal. Over the past 20 years, she has worked on several films that have screened internationally in theatres, festivals, and on television. Her collaborations have included PilgrIMAGE, by Peter Wintonick and Mira Burt-Wintonick, Mort subite d’un homme-théâtre, by Jean-Claude Coulbois, Les manèges humains, by Martin Laroche, The Wandering Muse, by Tamas Wormser, La démolition familiale by Patrick Damien, Les lettres de ma mère, by Serge Giguère, and Rebels on Pointe and FANNY: The Right to Rock, by Bobbi Jo Hart. Recipient of two Gémeaux awards for her TV series editing work, she received the Iris award for Best Documentary Editing at the Gala Québec Cinéma for La démolition familiale, in 2017. She was nominated again for Les lettres de ma mère and Fanny: The Right to Rock. In 2019, Catherine directed her first feature documentary, Sisters: Dream & Variations, which was awarded at the IndieFEST Film Awards in five categories and at the Gala Québec Cinéma for Best Documentary Original Score. Catherine is currently in production for her next film, LARRY (They/them), which will be released in 2023.

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Behind the Screen – No Ordinary Man

Behind the Screen - No Ordinary Man
June 24, 2021

This event took place on June 24, 2021

Presented in English / Conférence en anglais

Pride 2021 BTS event No Ordinary Man Poster

Grab your coffee, take a beat and join us for an afternoon chat with filmmakers Chase Joynt (FRAMING AGNRES) and Aisling Chin-Yee (THE REST OF US) as they discuss their approach to editing their renowned documentary film, NO ORDINARY MAN.

This thoughtful film seamlessly weaves together archival footage, audio recordings, talking heads & artistic interpretations to tell the story of Billy Tipton, a prominent jazz musician of the 1940s & 50’s and trans culture icon.

This event will be moderated by accomplished editor Catherine Legault (REBELS ON POINTE).

Return to us at 7pm EDT in The Virtual Lounge for a post event catch up, discussion and networking!

A link to watch the film will be sent out a couple of days before the event – stay tuned. 

Proceeds from this event will be donated to The 519.

Pride 2021 BTS event Chase Joynt (Framing Agnes) and Aisling Chin-Yee (The Rest of Us) editor Catherine Legault

Catherine Legault is an award-winning film editor and filmmaker. She navigates between documentary, animation and fiction, and her work is appreciated for its fluidity and structural sophistication layering different levels of meaning throughout.

She graduated from Film Production at Concordia University’s Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema. Over the past 17 years, she has worked on several award-winning films that have screened internationally in theatres, festivals, and on television. In 2017, she received an Iris award at the Gala Québec Cinéma for Best Documentary Editing. She was nominated again in 2019. She was also awarded two Gemeaux for her editing work. Her collaborations have included PilgrIMAGE, by Peter Wintonick and Mira Burt-Wintonick, MORT SUBITE D’UN HOMME-THÉ TRE, by Jean-Claude Coulbois, FAMILY DEMOLITION by Patrick Damien, REBELS ON POINTE, by Bobbi Jo Hart, MY MOTHER’S LETTERS, by Serge Giguère, and most recently, FANNY: THE RIGHT TO ROCK, by Bobbi Jo Hart. Her first feature documentary as a director, SISTERS: DREAM & VARIATIONS, was awarded at The IndieFEST Film Awards in five categories and is in nomination for Best Original Music at the Gala Québec Cinéma.

Aisling Chin Yee headshotAisling Chin-Yee is an award-winning filmmaker based in Montreal, Canada, and Los Angeles, California. Aisling was named one of Canada’s Rising Film Stars by Now Magazine 2019. Her feature film directorial debut, THE REST OF US, starring Heather Graham (BOOGIE NIGHTS, THE HANGOVER), Sophie Nélisse (THE BOOK THIEF), and Jodi Balfour (THE CROWN) premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2019 and has released widely around the world.

Her latest work that she co-wrote with Amos Mac, and co-directed with Chase Joynt, No Ordinary Man, world premiered at TIFF 2020, then onto AFI and DOCNYC amongst many others, was awarded Best Canadian Feature Film at Inside Out LGBTQ Film Festival, New Visions Award at the Rencontres Internationales du Documentaire de Montréal (RIDM), and the award for best Portrait Documentary at the Cleveland International Film Festival. The documentary was also one of TIFF Top Ten films of 2020.

As a producer for over a decade, Aisling has been lauded for her fresh and unapologetic. Aisling produced the award winning feature film, RHYMES FOR YOUNG GHOULS, which was a TIFF Top 10 film and won Best Director at the Vancouver International Film Festival, as well as the award-winning feature documentary, LAST WOMAN STANDING, that same year. 2014 marked her year as writer and director with the short film, SOUND ASLEEP, which premiered at Lucerne International Film Festival. In 2015, she directed the multi-award-winning documentary, SYNESTHESIA, which won Best Short Documentary at the International Crossroads Film Festival. She produced the gritty urban drama, THE SAVER, which was released in Spring 2016, the political documentary, INSIDE THESE WALLS, and the television series Lost Generation that same year.Alongside filmmaking, Aisling is an outspoken advocate for equality and diverse representation on and off screen. In 2016, she co-founded the #AfterMeToo movement, which includes a fund, roundtable series, and report that brings to light the issue of sexual misconduct in the entertainment industry. In 2018 she was selected in the inaugural cohort of professionals in the 50 Women Can Change the World in Media and Entertainment in Hollywood.

Pride 2021 BTS event Chase Joynt is a director and writerChase Joynt is a director and writer whose films have won jury and audience awards internationally. With Aisling Chin-Yee, Chase co-directed NO ORDINARY MAN, a feature-length documentary about jazz musician Billy Tipton, which was presented at Cannes Docs 2020 as part of the Canadian Showcase of Docs-in-Progress.

Since premiering at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2020, NO ORDINARY MAN has been hailed by Indiewire as “the future of trans cinema” and won 5 awards on the international festival circuit, including being named to TIFF Canada’s Top Ten. His latest short film, FRAMING AGNES, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and is being developed into a feature film with support from Telefilm Canada’s Talent to Watch program. Joynt’s first book YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE (co-authored with Mike Hoolboom) was a Lambda Literary Award Finalist and named one of the best books of the year by The Globe and Mail and CBC. Most recently, Chase directed an episode of TWO SENTENCE HORROR STORIES for the CW, which is now streaming on Netflix.

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Grab your coffee, take a beat and join us for an afternoon chat with filmmakers Chase Joynt (FRAMING AGNES) and Aisling Chin-Yee (THE REST OF US) as they discuss their approach to editing their renowned documentary film, NO ORDINARY MAN.

Pride 2021 BTS event No Ordinary Man Poster

This thoughtful film seamlessly weaves together archival footage, audio recordings, talking heads & artistic interpretations to tell the story of Billy Tipton, a prominent jazz musician of the 1940s & 50’s and trans culture icon.

This event will be moderated by accomplished editor Catherine Legault (REBELS ON POINTE).

Return to us at 7pm EDT in a Virtual Lounge for a post event catch up, discussion and networking!

A link to watch the film will be sent out a couple of days before the event – stay tuned. Watch the trailer here.

Proceeds from this event will be donated to The 519, donations can be made when you register.

Make sure to register as we will email the ZOOM login details the day of the event.

The CCE does not wish for the cost to be a barrier to attending. For a reduced price ticket please contact info@cceditors.ca.

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EDITOR. DIRECTOR. WRITER.

Aisling Chin-Yee is an award-winning filmmaker based in Montreal, Canada, and Los Angeles, California. Aisling was named one of Canada’s Rising Film Stars by Now Magazine 2019. Her feature film directorial debut, THE REST OF US, starring Heather Graham (BOOGIE NIGHTS, THE HANGOVER), Sophie Nélisse (THE BOOK THEIF), and Jodi Balfour (THE CROWN) premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2019 and has released widely around the world.

Her latest work that she co-wrote with Amos Mac, and co-directed with Chase Joynt, No Ordinary Man, world premiered at TIFF 2020, then onto AFI and DOCNYC amongst many others, was awarded Best Canadian Feature Film at Inside Out LGBTQ Film Festival, New Visions Award at the Rencontres Internationales du Documentaire de Montréal (RIDM), and the award for best Portrait Documentary at the Cleveland International Film Festival. The documentary was also one of TIFF Top Ten films of 2020.

As a producer for over a decade, Aisling has been lauded for her fresh and unapologetic. Aisling produced the award winning feature film, RHYMES FOR YOUNG GHOULS, which was a TIFF Top 10 film and won Best Director at the Vancouver International Film Festival, as well as the award-winning feature documentary, LAST WOMAN STANDING, that same year. 2014 marked her year as writer and director with the short film, SOUND ASLEEP, which premiered at Lucerne International Film Festival. In 2015, she directed the multi-award-winning documentary, SYNESTHESIA, which won Best Short Documentary at the International Crossroads Film Festival. She produced the gritty urban drama, THE SAVER, which was released in Spring 2016, the political documentary, INSIDE THESE WALLS, and the television series Lost Generation that same year.

Alongside filmmaking, Aisling is an outspoken advocate for equality and diverse representation on and off screen. In 2016, she co-founded the #AfterMeToo movement, which includes a fund, roundtable series, and report that brings to light the issue of sexual misconduct in the entertainment industry. In 2018 she was selected in the inaugural cohort of professionals in the 50 Women Can Change the World in Media and Entertainment in Hollywood.


Pride 2021 BTS event Chase Joynt is a director and writer

Chase Joynt

DIRECTOR. WRITER.

Chase Joynt is a director and writer whose films have won jury and audience awards internationally. With Aisling Chin-Yee, Chase co-directed NO ORDINARY MAN, a feature-length documentary about jazz musician Billy Tipton, which was presented at Cannes Docs 2020 as part of the Canadian Showcase of Docs-in-Progress.

Since premiering at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2020, NO ORDINARY MAN has been hailed by Indiewire as “the future of trans cinema” and won 5 awards on the international festival circuit, including being named to TIFF Canada’s Top Ten. His latest short film, FRAMING AGNES, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and is being developed into a feature film with support from Telefilm Canada’s Talent to Watch program. Joynt’s first book YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE (co-authored with Mike Hoolboom) was a Lambda Literary Award Finalist and named one of the best books of the year by The Globe and Mail and CBC. Most recently, Chase directed an episode of TWO SENTENCE HORROR STORIES for the CW, which is now streaming on Netflix.


Pride Event BTS 2021 Catherine Legault Editor and moderator

Catherine Legault

MODERATOR.

Catherine Legault is an award-winning film editor and filmmaker. She navigates between documentary, animation and fiction, and her work is appreciated for its fluidity and structural sophistication layering different levels of meaning throughout.

She graduated from Film Production at Concordia University’s Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema. Over the past 17 years, she has worked on several award-winning films that have screened internationally in theatres, festivals, and on television. In 2017, she received an Iris award at the Gala Québec Cinéma for Best Documentary Editing. She was nominated again in 2019. She was also awarded two Gemeaux for her editing work. Her collaborations have included PilgrIMAGE, by Peter Wintonick and Mira Burt-Wintonick, MORT SUBITE D’UN HOMME-THÉ TRE, by Jean-Claude Coulbois, FAMILY DEMOLITION by Patrick Damien, REBELS ON POINTE, by Bobbi Jo Hart, MY MOTHER’S LETTERS, by Serge Giguère, and most recently, FANNY: THE RIGHT TO ROCK, by Bobbi Jo Hart. Her first feature documentary as a director, SISTERS: DREAM & VARIATIONS, was awarded at The IndieFEST Film Awards in five categories and is in nomination for Best Original Music at the Gala Québec Cinéma.

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Pause-cafe entre monteurs-ses – Véronique Barbe, CCE et Catherine Legault

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Pause-café entre monteurs-ses est une série d’entretiens amicaux avec des monteurs-ses du Canada et d’ailleurs.

Véronique Barbe, CCE

Paul also directed episodes of Dark Matter and webisodes for Lost Girl.

One of the co-founders of the Canadian Cinema Editors, Paul continues to pursue expanding the industry profile of editors and elevating the importance of their craft.

Where to watch Paul’s recent work (US & Canada):

Into The Badlands” – Netflix & Apple TV

Dark Matter” – Netflix

The Expanse” – Prime Video

Catherine Legault

Depuis une quinzaine d’années, Catherine Legault signe le montage de nombreux films documentaire et fiction présentés internationalement dans les festivals, au cinéma et à la télévision.

Diplômée de l’Université Concordia en Film Production, elle est récipiendaire d’un prix Iris pour le montage de « La démolition familiale », en 2017, ainsi que de deux Gémeaux pour « 21 jours », en 2017, et pour « Ma caravane au Québec », en 2013. En 2019, elle est de nouveau en nomination au gala Québec Cinéma pour le montage du film de Serge Giguère, « Les lettres de ma mère ». Ses collaborations incluent plusieurs films primés, parmi lesquels « PilgrIMAGE », de Peter Wintonick et Mira Burt-Wintonick, « Mort subite d’un homme-théâtre », de Jean-Claude Coulbois, « La démolition familiale », de Patrick Damien, « Rebels on Pointe », de Bobbi Jo Hart, « Les lettres de ma mère », de Serge Giguère, et plus récemment, « FANNY: The Right to Rock », de Bobbi Jo Hart. En 2019, Catherine réalise et monte son premier long-métrage documentaire « Sisters: Dream & Variations ».

Catherine valorise la place du montage dans le processus de création. Elle est habituée à travailler avec une grande quantité de matériel provenant de sources variées et l’intégration d’archives vient couramment enrichir sa construction narrative. Ses montages sont appréciés pour leur sensibilité et leur fluidité, leurs différents niveaux de lecture et leur habilité à naviguer à travers l’espace et la temporalité. L’art dans toutes ses formes, le voyage, la famille et la transmission intergénérationnelle sont des thèmes qui ont souvent accompagné Catherine dans sa pratique du montage.

Où voir le travail récent de Catherine Legault:

« Sisters: Dream & Variations », de Catherine Legault En salle prochainement et sur CBC en 2021

« Les lettres de ma mère », de Serge Giguère Les Productions du Rapide Blanc

« Rebels on Pointe », de Bobbi Jo Hart CBC Gem

« La démolition familiale », de Patrick Damien EyeSteelFilm Distribution

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