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The 8th Annual CCE Awards Nominees and Winners

The 8th Annual CCE Awards

Award Nominees & Winners

Paul Hunter & Lesley Mackay Hunter – The Nut Job 2 *WINNER*

Annellie Samuel – Magic School Bus, Rides Again: Space Mission Selfie

Dan Lee, Noah Yates & Doug Appeldoorn – Wishfart: We Can Eat Sand/We Are Cheetah Face

Pete Watson, CCE, Jon Hutton & Vish Hansa – Napkin Man: Go With The Flow

Stephanie Duncan, Jason Cohen & Lee Maund – Hotel Transylvania: Adventures in Vampiresitting

Thom Smalley – Prince’s Tale *WINNER*

Alan Flett – Inseparable: Ten Years Joined At The Head

Katie Chipperfield – NUUCA: Field of Vision

Luke Sargent – The Love Songs of Oedipus Rex

Tiffany Beaudin – On My Way Out: The Secret Life of Nani and Popi

Andres Landau – Unarmed Verses *WINNER*

Cathy Gulkin, CCE – In The Name of Your Daughter

Eamonn O’Connor – My Enemy, My Brother

Jean-Denis Rouette – Shut Up And Say Something

Hart Snider & J.R. Mackie – I Am Heath Ledger

Mike Banas, CCE – It’s Not What you Know *WINNER*

Alexander Farah & Paolo Kalalo – Cypher        

Holly Pavlik – The Ultimate Thief             

Lisa Jane Robison, CCE – The Black Ghiandola

Maureen Grant – L’Audition

Greg Ng – The Wrestlers: The Next Wave of Mexican Luchadores *WINNER*

Cathy Gulkin, CCE & Paul Winestock, CCE – We Are Canada: Ep5

James Yates – Arctic Secrets: Rhythm of the Bay

Rob Chandler – Mayday Season 17: Ep4 Explosive Proof

Steven Budd & Ben Kaplan – Tattoo Age: Ed Hardy

Lauren Brandon – The Next Step – The Off Season: Riley’s Dance *WINNER*

Ashley Brook, Josef Beeby & Kyle Cucco – Canadiana: The Bizarre History of O’Canada

Lisa Barley – Backstage: Studio Pass – Montreal

Simone Smith – That’s My DJ: The Finale

Thom Smalley – Played: Ep06 Level Up

Al Manson, Jonathan Dowler, Andrew Gurney, Baun Mah, Mike Scott, Kyle Martin & Seth Poulin – Top Chef Canada: All Stars (Ep5059 Lock It Up! It’s the Finale!) *WINNER*

Allan Hughes, Miles Davren & Jared Bryer – Masterchef Canada (Ep408 – Auberge Anniversary)

Cynthia Flengeris, Michael Tersigni, Kyle Martin & Jonathan Dowler – Top Chef Canada: All Stars (Ep5050 All-Stars Assemble)

Michael Tersigni, Jonathan Dowler, Kyle Martin & Cynthia Flengeris – Top Chef Canada: All Stars (p5056 Ice Cream, You Scream, All Aboard!)

Michael Tersigni, Jonathan Dowler, Wesley Finucan, Cynthia Flengeris, David Yenovkian & Clare Elson – The Amazing Race Canada (Ep501 Who Wants To Be The Python?)

Daniel Benoit – Animal (Centennial College)

Daniel Shpuntov & Alex Xiao – Tempest (Ryerson University)

Ellora Dela Fuente – Perception (Sheridan College)

Emily Stranges & Brett Sherman – An Art Ting (Ryerson University)

Joanna Su – Fermata (Humber School of Media Studies & Information Technologies)

Trevor Ambrose, CCE – Schitt’s Creek: Singles Week *WINNER*

Aren Hansen – Kim’s Convenience: Ep210 Janet’s Boyfriend

Ehren Davis & Dean Soltys – Mr.D: Ep 711 Insiders Look

Gordon Rempel, CCE – Mech-X4 (Vs the Dark Night)

Robert de Lint – Kim’s Convenience: Ep213 A Handy Graduation

Lisa Grootenboer, CCE – Mary Kills People: The Means *WINNER*

Daniel Sadler – Cardinal: Blackfly Season – Red

Duncan Christie – Mary Kills People: Fatal Flaw

Matthew Anas – Cardinal: Blackfly Season – Toof

Ron Wisman SR, CCE – Flint

Wendy Hallam Martin, CCE – The Handmaid’s Tale: Late *WINNER*

Aaron Marshall – Vikings: Moments of Vision Ep510

Christopher Donaldson, CCE – The Handmaid’s Tale: Birth Day

D. Gillian Truster, CCE – Anne: Remorse is the Poison of Life Ep106

Jay Prychidny, CCE – Orphan Black: To Right the Wrongs of Many

Isabelle Malenfant, CCE – Pieds nus dans l’aube *WINNER*

Chris Mutton & Erin Gulas – Luba

Duff Smith – Sweet Virginia

Jane MacRae & Kye Meechan – 22 Chaser

Michael Pierro – Room For Rent

The 8th Annual CCE Awards GalaStarting his career in 1970, master documentary editor Steve Weslak, CCE, remembers that working in the tiny film community of the era felt more like being in a garage rock band, rather than the mature industry that we have today. Almost five decades later he is still a vital part of the documentary scene, editing feature docs for HBO, BBC, PBS, NFB and all the major Canadian broadcasters. His editing assignments on international co-productions have taken him around the world, from Sydney, Australia to London, England. Along the way he’s been privileged to work with many outstanding directors such as Ric Bienstock, Alex Gibney, Larry Weinstein and Barbara Willis Sweete.

Steve’s 2015 year saw him win both a Canadian Screen Award for “Best Picture Editing in a Documentary” for Our Man in Tehran as well as the Black Dolphin award in Cannes for editing the HBO feature Tales From the Organ Trade—the only editing prize awarded from the 725 entrants at the Dolphin Film Festival. He’s been a six-time Gemini award nominee and a number of the films he’s edited, such as The Planets, Empire of the Word, and Deadly Currents, have won awards at home and internationally, including an International Emmy for Concerto. Perhaps the most important and enduring impact that he’s had on Canada’s industry is through his mentorship. Steve loves to work with first-time filmmakers, sharing what he has learned over the decades. Throughout the years he has also helped many of his editing assistants graduate into fulltime professional editors.

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EditCon 2018

EditCon 2018

EditCon 2018 in Review

The first annual EditCon took place on Saturday February 10th, 2018 at the TIFF Bell Lightbox in Toronto.  The event was sold out to 150 guests and included 4 informative, lively and open discussion panels. 

Some of our sponsors donated some great prizes.  Our prizes totalled over $6000.  Some prizes included a Hard Drive, Copies of Art of the Cut (Steve Hullfish the author was even in attendance to sign the copies!), a copy of Avid Media Composer and subscriptions to various Boris FX programs. 

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Panel #1: Documentary Confidential

Narrative, character & emotion –  how do we as storytellers bring these elements to an audience in a compelling and dramatic way? In documentary filmmaking, there are the added challenges of ethics, honesty, and “truth,” in however we are able to define them for ourselves. Editors in doc have such a deep involvement in shaping the films that they can become credited co-directors or co-writers. Join us as our panel (Mike Munn CCE, Michèle Hozer CCE & Nick Hector CCE) explores the profound level of authorship editors can have in crafting a documentary.

Jay Prychidny, CCE is an award-winning picture editor and producer who has worked across a variety of scripted and factual programs. Most recently, his scripted projects have included Orphan Black (BBC America), Killjoys (SyFy) and Into the Badlands (AMC). On the factual side, he has worked on documentary series such as The Week the Women Went (CBC), Rodeo: Life on the Circuit (History) and SexTV (CTV) as well as the reality programs Canada’s Next Top Model (CTV), Top Chef Canada (Food Network) and The Amazing Race Canada (CTV).

Nick Hector is a DGC, CCE, HotDocs and multi-Gemini Award winning film editor, story editor and consultant. He’s cut more than two-dozen feature and one hundred TV documentaries for filmmakers across the globe. Perhaps Nick’s best known work stems from his long creative relationships with legendary Canadian filmmakers Allan King, Yvan Patry, and Sturla Gunnarsson. With 2 films on Criterion, 3 Top Ten Canadian films, 5 films at MoMA, 10 at TIFF, and 15 at HotDocs, the first 30 years have been a lot of fun.

Mike began his career with the Toronto New Wave, editing features for Bruce McDonald (Roadkill), Srinivas Krishna (Masala and Lulu) and Peter Mettler (Tectonic Plates; Picture of Light)

He went on to cut numerous features for Canadian and international directors, including John Greyson (Law of Enclosures),  Richard Kwietniowski (Owning Mahowny),  Daniel MacIvor (Past Perfect; Wilby Wonderful), Nisha Ganatra (Cake), and Bruce McCulloch (Comeback Season).  As well, Mike has edited several award-winning documentaries, including Stories We Tell, for director Sarah Polley.  His many television credits include Shaftesbury’s The Shields Stories and Sienna Film’s mini-series Diamonds, nominated for 9 Gemini awards.

Mike’s work has been recognized formally through award nominations as well as being highlighted in film reviews from around the world. Films he has edited have played at Cannes, Berlin, Venice and Sundance, among other festivals, with 11 features accepted at TIFF. Sarah Polley’s Stories We Tell was shortlisted for the documentary Oscar as well as being voted in a TIFF poll as one of the 10 best Canadian films of all time.

With two films on the Oscar shortlist, Emmy-nominated and Gemini-winning Michèle Hozer has been working as a filmmaker and editor in Canada since 1987. To date, she has worked on more than 50 documentaries. Her work has received accolades from the most prestigious film festivals in the world, including the Sundance Film Festival and the International Documentary Film Festival in Amsterdam. Shake Hands with The Devil: The Journey of Roméo Dallaire won both the 2007 Emmy for Best Documentary and the Audience Award at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival. Promise to the Dead picked up her first International Emmy nomination as an editor. But her directorial debut with Genius Within: The Inner Life of Glenn Gould won the coveted spot on the Academy Award short list as well as a Gemini for Best Biography. Since its premiere at TIFF in 2009, the feature length documentary has been seen by audiences in Britain, Australia, Japan, and across North America.

In 2012, The Director’s Guild of Canada (DGC) awarded The Allan King Award for Excellence in Documentary to Michèle and team for West Wind: The Vision of Tom Thomson. At the same time, she picked up both the Amsterdam International Documentary Film Festival Editing Award and top honours from her peers at Canadian Cinema Editors.

In 2015 Michèle completed her first solo feature length documentary in the combined roles of director, editor, and producer for Sugar Coated probing the role of sugar in a global healthcare epidemic. The film, in association with TVO and ZDF/ARTE, had its world premiere at Hot Docs International Film Festival and has been playing worldwide at international film festivals and on television. Sugar Coated was honoured with The Donald Brittain Award for Best Social and Political Documentary at The 2016 Canadian Screen Awards. Sugar Coated presently playing available Netflix across North America. Michèle’ short documentary, The Barber of Augusta film just recently won the Dodie Spittal Award at 2017 The Picture This Film Festival. She just completed SponsorLand the feature length doc for TV Ontario on a Syrian refugee family with 11 children resettling in the tiny town of Picton Ontario.

Panel #2: TV Editing in the Golden Age

What is it like to collaborate with television’s finest creators? How does Jean- Marc Vallée work with his editors, having been one himself? What’s it like to cut the performance of a National Treasure?  How does it feel to share your Emmy onstage with Margaret Atwood? 

The panel will examine the editor’s contribution in creating original, provocative and beautifully made television.

Award winning editor, Teresa has been editing TV drama for more than 20 years. Recently, she worked on the multiple CSA nominated series Cardinal, which garnered her the DGC award for best editing- she’s also nominated for a CSA.  Bellevue, starring Anna Paquin, is screening on WGN America at the moment another series that Teresa edited and got to co-produce. Prior work includes award nominated series; 19-2, Bomb Girls, Camelot and the influential Durham County. Teresa is very excited to be part of the industry at a time when the boundaries of TV storytelling are being pushed like never before- it truly is the Golden Age.

Roslyn’s television projects can be seen on NETFLIX, HBO Canada, ABC, Syfy, Lifetime, Global and the CBC. Her feature film work has been screened at TIFF, Berlinale, and Hot Docs. She has earned CCE and DGC Nominations for her editing in the categories of documentary, TV Movie and Mini-Series. 

Roslyn’s passion for editing began in Montreal, where she studied Film and Screenwriting at McGill University. She spent 3 years as the resident editor at the Banff Centre for the Arts and is a graduate of the The Canadian Film Centre. 

Roslyn’s recent drama series include Haven, Hemlock Grove, Ten Days in the Valley, and Mary Kills People.

Over the past decade, Véronique has edited a wide range of projects including short films, music videos, documentaries, advertising, and TV series.  Most recently she contributed to HBO’s Big Little Lies, and is currently working on Jean-Marc Vallée’s next HBO series Sharp Objects.

Raised on Star Trek, Justin’s original plan was to push flashy buttons on a starship as an actor. Fortunately, he found his calling pushing colourful keyboard buttons in a dark room. His work has been seen ‘round the world in festivals such as Sundance, Berlinale, SXSW, TIFF, and most recently on HBO with the Emmy winning mini-series Big Little Lies

Multiple award winning editor Wendy Hallam Martin is presently working on the Emmy and Golden Globe winning series The Handmaids Tale where she has received an ACE nomination for the pilot entitled “Offred”. Her prior work includes the upcoming cable series for MGM entitled Condor starring Max Irons, William Hurt and Mira Sorvino. Other work includes Showtime’s, The Tudors, Borgias and Queer as Folk, History’s Camelot and Vikings and hit Canadian dramas like Saving Hope, Rookie Blue and Dark Matter to name a few. Wendy resides in Toronto, Canada with her husband and two kids.

Gillian has had a diverse career editing feature films, MOWs, drama series, and documentaries, in a variety of genres. She has worked with many prominent and celebrated producers and directors in the Film and TV industry including Moira Walley-Beckett, David Shore, Naren Shankar, Mark Fergus, Vincenzo Natali, and Helen Shaver.

Gillian’s editing credits include the highly acclaimed CBC/Netflix series Anne, and Orphan Black, for which she received two CSA Awards. She is the first Picture Editor to have won that award for two consecutive years for the same series. Her work on Orphan Black has also garnered her a DGC Award and two CCE Awards nominations. She has also earned a DGC nomination for Degrassi: The Next Generation, and a Gemini nomination for the series Todd & the Book of Pure Evil.

Some of her other credits include the series The Expanse, Houdini & Doyle, The L.A. Complex, and the feature films Seven in Heaven, for Blumhouse Productions, A Christmas Horror Story, for Copperheart Entertainment, and Compulsion, for Dimension Films.

Panel #3: Behind the Cut with Richard Comeau, CCE

Based in Montréal, Richard has been editing since the early nineties. He won the Genie Award for Best Editing two years in a row, for The Necessities of Life in 2008 and Polytechnique in 2009. He also won the Jutra Award for Gabrielle (2013) and was nominated for My Internship in Canada (2016), and won a CSA for Two Lovers and a Bear (2017). 

As part of this masterclass, Richard discusses his work on Polytechnique, War Witch, and Eye on Juliet (which recently won the Best Film at the Venice Film Festival’s Giornate degli Autori section)

Writer-Director Jim Allodi is a graduate of the NYU film program, and the CFC Director’s Lab. He wrote and directed the acclaimed feature The Uncles (Odeon Films), named one of Canada’s Top Ten by the Cinemateque Ontario. His award winning shorts have played in numerous international festivals.

His directing work for television includes the pilot for The Republic of Doyle (CBC), Call Me Fitz (HBO Canada), (Regenesis, TMN), and he has won a Gemini award and nominations for both drama and comedy (Naked Josh, Showcase), and a DGC Award for Best Miniseries/TV Movie (The Best Laid Plans, CBC.)

Having worked as an editor and photographer, Jim turned to acting in his 20’s as a means of furthering his development as a director, and has since accumulated a long list of film and television credits and appeared on stage in Canada, the U.K., and the U.S.

Richard Comeau has been editing feature films for over twenty five years. Projects like War Witch, Maelstrom or The Pillars of the Earth have garnered awards and nominations at the Oscars, the Golden Globes, and throughout the world in major film festivals like TIFF, Cannes, or Berlin. Richard himself has won numerous awards for best achievement in editing. He’s worked with some of the finest filmmakers in Quebec, like Denis Villeneuve, Philippe Falardeau, Kim Nguyen, and Louise Archambault.

Panel #4: Crossing the 49th

Join panelists Matthew Hannam, Stephen Philipson, and Andrew Coutts  as they discuss the ups and downs of working in the US. As the Canadian and American film industries become more intertwined, what challenges and opportunities arise for Canadian editors wishing to work south of the border? How does the work differ? How is it the same? For those who wish to remain in the land of Mounties and free medicare, what can we learn from our American editor friends? This panel will examine the creative and practical concerns of working down there versus working up here.

Chris Mutton brings over 12 years of film and television experience to the table. He is a 2015 Canadian Film Centre alumni and since then has been cutting music videos, commercials and the highly anticipated PORCUPINE LAKE, which premiered this year at TIFF. 

Also premiering at TIFF was the feature documentary SILAS, executive produced by Leonardo DiCaprio’s Appian Way productions, which Chris came on board to complete.  The documentary POPCORN AND MAPLE SYRUP that Chris co-edited for the CBC, won the Special Jury Award at Worldfest.

Chris’ short films have screened throughout the world, including CLEO (TIFF, Cinema City), GOLDEN BOYS (HollyShorts, Inside Out, MiFO) and THE SISTERS TOLCHINSKI (Rhode Island International Film Festival).  Chris recently completed a series of projects for TIFF as supervising picture editor.

Andrew has enjoyed a career working with studios such as Fox, CBS, ABC, Marvel, and Netflix, including popular shows such as Sleepy Hollow and Bull.  His work on the pilot episode of APB with Director Len Wiseman secured a first season pick up order from Fox Television.  

He edited Sequence, which won numerous awards globally, including “Best of the Fest” at LA Shorts Fest and the Canal+ Award at the renowned Clermont Ferrand International Short Film Festival—as well as earning him a CCE nomination for Best Editing in a Short Film. 

Andrew has sliced through numerous feature films including comedy/horror Bloodsucking Bastards, post-apocalyptic thriller The Day, which premiered as part of TIFF’s popular Midnight Madness program, and the hugely successful Saw VI and Saw 3D.

Currently, Andrew is living long and prospering, editing the recent chronicle from the celebrated Star Trek franchise, Star Trek: Discovery for CBS All Access and Netflix.

Matthew Hannam is a film editor from Winnipeg. He began his career as an assistant editor for Guy Maddin. Since then he has been lucky to work on such diverse projects as The Daniels’ SWISS ARMY MAN, Denis Villeneuve’s ENEMY and Sundance hit JAMES WHITE.  Most recently he edited Paul Dano’s directorial debut WILDLIFE

Stephen Philipson CCE is an award-winning editor and proud member of the CCE since the very start. His credits include high profile TV series such as American Gods, Hannibal, and Orphan Black. He also cut Canadian film favourites such as The Wild Hunt, voted Best Canadian First Feature and one of Canada’s Top Ten by the Toronto International Film Festival, and Grown Up Movie Star, a prize-winner at Sundance.

Never one to turn down an adventure, he once traveled to Sri Lanka to edit an epic Action/Romance about the Sri Lankan civil war (in Tamil and Singhalese) for a director who contacted him randomly over the internet. A graduate of the Canadian Film Centre and Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Stephen’s break came on the 2009 documentary Prom Night in Mississippi (starring Academy Award winner Morgan Freeman), which premiered at Sundance, broadcast on HBO, and screened at The White House. 

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The 6th Annual CCE Awards Nominees & Winners

The 6th Annual CCE Awards

Award Nominees & Winners

Stephanie Duncan, Joycelyn Poon & Lee Maund – Trucktown: Trucktown Run *WINNER*

Tom Berger –  Paw Patrol: Pups Save A Big Bone

Robert Ciasnocha & Simon Box – Fresh Beat Band of Spies: Singing Pirate

Sam Thomson – The Curse of Clara: A Holiday Tale

Pete Watson & Jon Hutton – Napkin Man: New Shoes  

Tiffany Beaudin – Claude Lanzmann: Spectres of the Shoah *WINNER*

Kathryn Dickson – The Woman Who Joined The Taliban

Mark Holtze – American Lawmen: Melvin Purvis, The Gangbuster

Jason Schneider – Keeping Canada Alive: Ep 1

Sarah Taylor – The Harder I Fight II 

Cathy Gulkin, CCE – Guantanamo’s Child *WINNER*

Michèle Hozer, CCE – Sugar Coated

Nick Taylor – Al Purdy was Here

Eamonn O’Connor, Carole Larsen & Sally Blake – The Messenger 

Robert Swartz – Hurt  

Stéphane Lafleur – O Negative  *WINNER*

Jamie Alain, CCE – The Adept 

Courtney Goldman – My Viola

Ben Lawrence – I Remember Laura 

Michelle Szemberg – Mr Bernstein 

Nicolas Wong – We Are Disorderly: Our New Friend *WINNER*

Bryan Atkinson – Riftworld Chronicles: Ep3

Neil Sitka, Joel Shecter, Vitold Vidic & Ian Morehead – How Hard Can It Be

Elad Tzadok – The Drive: Ep 4

Elad Tzadok – The Drive: Ep 7

Neil Sitka & Miles Davren – Vegas Rat Rods: Ep 201 *WINNER*

Jonathan Dowler, James Hebbard & Craig Anderson – Hockey Wives: Ep 106

Duff Smith – Reelside: Ep 103

Kristi Macaulay – Income Property: Ep 9146

Alison Taylor – Open House Overhaul: Ep 1011

Steve Taylor, Michael Tersigni, Anna Bigos &  James Osso – The Amazing Race Canada: I Said Straight, You Gorilla *WINNER*

Jonathan Dowler, Ryan Montieth, Baun Mah & Al Manson – Big Brother Canada: Finale

Jorge Parra, Robert Kennedy, Robert Kew & Jeremy Lalonde – Buy It, Fix It, Sell It: Pull the Rug

Brent J. Rubin – Game of Homes: Master Bedroom

Eric Bos – Leader (Sheridan College)

Eric Bos – Lockwood (Sheridan College)

Kevin Horan – Voskhod (Vancouver Film School)

Andriy Koval – As I Like Her (Centennial College)

Chi-Hsin Lui – Reflect (Vancouver Film School)

Harrison Perez – Evan (Humber College)

Rene Seijas Zamboni & Miguel Quintero – Reconnection (Vancouver Film School)

Jorge Parra – Still Standing-Eganville *WINNER*

Jonathan Eagan – What Would Sal Do – Loaves and Fishes

Paul Hart & Paul Hessell – High Valley Home Movie

Jay Prychidny – Lost and Found

Paul Winestock, CCE – Blood Water: Ep 101

Don Cassidy, CCE – Texas Rising *WINNER*

Lara Mazur, CCE – On the Farm

Dona Noga, CCE – Hello It’s Me

Ron Wisman, CCE & Ron Wisman Jr. – Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe

Ron Wisman, CCE – Anne of Green Gables

Michael Doherty, CCE – Hannibal: Antipasto *WINNER*

Matthew Anas – Orphan Black: Ep 304

Teresa Hannigan, CCE – Saving Hope: All the Pretty Horses

Thomas Joerin, CCE – Remedy II: Day One

Stephen Philipson, CCE – Hannibal: Ep 306 

Duff Smith – River *WINNER*

Bryan Atkinson – Closet Monster

Mike Banas, CCE – The Legend of Barney Thompson

Maureen Grant – He Hated Pigeons 

Jorge Weisz – The Steps 

The 6th Annual CCE Awards Event GalaRoushell Goldstein was born and raised in Ottawa, Canada, received her BA from Carleton University, and immediately left Ottawa on her “Grand Tour” of Europe. In 1968, she ended her tour in Israel where she settled in the city of Jerusalem with an offer to work at the newly established Israeli Television Network. For the next five years, she worked in the editing department on news, sports, current affairs and the odd documentary (where budgets allowed). Roushell learned to edit with glue and hot-splices, then Steenbecks arrived from Germany, and she progressed to splicing tape and the splicer. That, of course, lasted for a few decades until the big transition to digital in the early 1990s.

Her first job back in Canada in 1973, was with Hobel-Leiterman Productions cranking out weekly documentaries for two series: Here Comes the 70’s and Target the Impossible. Many young and talented people got their start there as directors and editors, guided by the visionary television producer Douglas Leiterman and his wife, Beryl Fox.

After a year there she continued to work off and on as a freelancer for CTV, CBC, the National Film Board and many, many privately-funded productions, creating documentaries, TV one-offs and series, both documentary and drama, and feature films until retirement.

Highlights of Roushell’s vast CV include: Raoul Wallenberg: Buried Alive, which won the Genie for best documentary feature, and was short-listed for the Oscars; Live it Up, which won festival awards in New York and Toronto; kickstarting the Degrassi Junior High series; Half the Kingdom, which Roushell co-directed in addition to edited; Playing for Keeps, which won honours around the world; she also edited seminal dramas such as Hurt Penguins, Liberty Street, Joe’s So Mean to Josephine, The Fishing Trip, Passengers, and Drop the Beat.

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The 5th Annual CCE Awards Nominees & Winners

The 5th Annual CCE Awards

Award Nominees & Winners

Jamie Ebata  & Dan Lee – The Day My Butt Went Psycho: Episode 23 *WINNER*

Robert Ciasnocha, Brian Berger & John Logan – Mike The Knight: Episode H051

Stephanie Duncan & Marc Brenzil – Trucktown: Episode 10

Luke Sargent – Indigo

Kurt Skyers & Jason Cohen – Little Charmers: Episode 10

Ricardo Acosta, CCE – Marmato *WINNER*

Ricardo Acosta, CCE – 15 to Life: Kenneth’s Story

Manfred Becker, CCE – Before the Last Curtain Falls

Nick Hector, CCE – Monsoon

Haya Waseem – Stay Aubrey!

Adam Locke-Norton – Entangled *WINNER*

Matthew Anas – Iris

Diane Brunjes – Happy 1 Year

Maureen Grant – Still

John Nicholls – The Last Halloween

Jonathan Dowler, Al Manson, Kyle Martin, Ben O’Neil & Steve Taylor – The Amazing Race Canada: Episode 205 *WINNER*

Rob Chandler  – Surviving Evil: Episode 211

Simon Marcroft – Income Property: Episode 119

Ian McBain – 16×9: Season 7, Episode 2

Mark Westberg – Income Property: Episode 128

James Bredin, CCE – Schitt’s Creek: Don’t Worry It’s His Sister *WINNER*

Matthew Hannam, CCE – Sensitive Skin: Episode 106 *WINNER*

Trevor Ambrose – Schitt’s Creek: The Cabin

Tony Kent – Sports on Fire: Terrolympics

Nicholas Wong – Degrassi: Finally Part 2

Geoff Ashenhurst – Whatever, Linda- No Boys Allowed *WINNER*

Graham Chisholm & Stephen Roque – Whatever, Linda: Oh Henry

Paul Skinner – Whatever, Linda: Tis’ but a Scratch

Jeremy Schaulin-Rioux – SOS: Episode 4

Thom Smalley, Anthony Baird, & Lawrence Jackman – Guidestones: Sunflower Noir, Episode 1

Christopher Donaldson, CCE – Penny Dreadful: Episode105, Closer Than Sisters *WINNER*

Lisa Binkley, CCE – Motive: Episode 206, Bad Blonde

Lisa Grootenboer, CCE – X Company: Episode 101, Pilot

Mike Lee, CCE – Remedy: Episode 201, Our Friend, Chaos

Gillian Truster, CCE – Orphan Black: Governed As It Were By Chance

Matthew Hannam, CCE – James White *WINNER*

Adam Locke-Norton – Mountain Men

Aaron Marshall – The Calling

Dev Singh – Backcountry

Jorge Weisz – Wet Bum

Ashlee Bishop – Cosmo (Sheridan College)

Brad Wickman – Passion of the Poster (Humber College)

Emerson Chan – Hang Up (Sheridan College)

Glenn McGarry – Anemone (Sheridan College)

Yasmeen Tayara – The Repeal (Humber College)

Wendy Hallam Martin, CCE – The Handmaid’s Tale: Mayday

Ana Yavari – The Handmaid’s Tale: Witness

Carina Baccanale – Les Pays d’en haut: #37

Christopher Donaldson, CCE – The Handmaid’s Tale: Night

D. Gillian Truster, CCE – Anne with an E: A Strong Effort of the Spirit of Good

Amélie Labrèche, Myriam Verreault & Sophie Leblond – Kuessipan *WINNER*

Carina Baccanale & Cedric Coussy – Jouliks

Isabelle Malenfant, CCE – Fabuleuses

Véronique Barbe, CCE & Aisling Chin-Yee – The Rest of Us

Yvann Thibaudeau – Target Number One

Jacob DoForno – Happy Endings (Humber College)

Dylan Lattimer – Fragility (University of Toronto)

Margaret MacDougall – Her Shadow (Sheridan College)

Neena Malebennur from – In Focus (Humber College)

Mitch Theriault – Battles and Brotherhood (Sheridan College)

Alan Collins was born in India and grew up in the UK where he studied Drama and Film at Bristol University. He was inspired to become a film editor after viewing Battleship Potemkin by Sergei Eisenstein and reading the bible of the edit room, The Technique of Film Editing (K. Reisz, G. Lambert) in 1967.

He became a fan of Roger Corman’s movies, particularly The Pit and the Pendulum and The Wild Angels and sent the director reviews he had written of these movies in the university newspaper while a film student. He was later hired by Corman as an Assistant Editor on the World War 1 feature Von Richthofen and Brown  filmed at Ardmore Studios near Dublin, Ireland in 1973.

Corman invited him to Hollywood, where he was promoted to co-editor of Von Richthofen and Brown and edited 3 more features for New World Pictures. While in Los Angeles he edited I Escaped from Devil’s Island starring Jim Brown.

Alan moved to Toronto in 1975 where he edited The Clown Murders, starring John Candy, and Love at First Sight, starring Dan Aykroyd, which received a Best Editing Award from the newly formed Canadian Film Editors guild in 1977. Collins then edited David Cronenberg’s The Brood, which later became a cult classic.

In 1987 Alan was series editor on the original Degrassi High series directed by Kit Hood. After editing 13 features and numerous documentaries he began teaching Film Editing at Ryerson University in Toronto from 1994 to 2006, just as the industry was shifting from flatbed editing to digital editing.

Alan firmly believes that editing is a tradition handed down from one generation to the next; his main influences being David Lean, Thelma Schumacher (Goodfellas) and Walter Murch (The Conversation).

In 2006 he moved to Halifax and began working as a producer. In 2007 he was invited by Focal Press to write the Foreword for the second edition of The Technique of Film Editing, the book that had played such a central role in his life as an editor. He describes this as one of the proudest moments in his life along with receiving a Lifetime Achievement Award from the CCE.

In 2015 Collins produced his  first feature, Relative Happiness, based on the best-selling novel by Nova Scotia author Lesley Crewe. He has also directed and edited two documentaries, Drowning in Colour: The Art of Wayne Boucher (2013) and Terminal: A day in the life of the Dartmouth Bridge Terminal (2014).

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The 4th Annual CCE Awards Nominees & Winners

The 4th Annual CCE Awards

Award Winners

Paul Hunter – The Nut Job *WINNER*

Jason Cohen, Simon Box – Oh No! It’s an Alien Invasion, Brainlius 3,4,5 / Diary Drama

Pete Watson, Melanie MacDonald, Jon Hutton – Napkin Man, Ep 108 Just Me in the Tree / Try-share-a-tops

Dan Lee, Jamie Ebata – The Day My Butt Went Psycho, Episode 13

Kurt Skyers, John Logan – Sidekick, Episode 48

Mark Ratzlaff – Blood Relative *WINNER*

Roland Schlimme, Roderick Deogrades – The Ghosts in Our Machine

Anne Feldman, Jamie Cussen – Amin Amir

David Kazala – Derby Crazy Love

Jonathan Mathew, Nick Zacharkiw – Unclaimed

Erin Deck – Sunday Punch *WINNER*

Bryan Atkinson – Hole

Paul Day, CCE  – Method

Kirby Jinnah – Shamed

Richard Mandin – The Archivist

Giorgio Saturnino, Michael Esteves – Jonathan Toews, Every Picture Tells a Story *WINNER*

Jay Tipping – Chopped Canada, The Proof is in the Pudding

Giorgio Saturnino, Michael Esteves – Offbeat Roads Danakil Diaries, Ep 1 Is It Over Yet?

Guy Georgeson, Mark Westberg – Income Property, Ep 7105 Nicole & Michelle

Katie Chipperfield, Neil Sitka – Close Encounters, Ep 108 Nuclear Reaction

Jay Prychidny – The Next Step, Ep 30 Winner Takes All

Gordon Thorne, CCE – Degrassi, Ep 1337 Believe Pt 1

Jason Irvine – Degrassi, Ep 1240 The Time of My Life Pt 2

Craig Webster, CCE –  Satisfaction, Ep 106 First Contact

Duncan Christie – Satisfaction, Ep 107 Janet


Michael Doherty, CCE – Darknet, Episode 101 *WINNER*

Jason Leaver  – Out With Dad, Dining In & Out

Mike Donis – Pete Winning and the Pirates, The Pursuit of the Pathfinder

Ian Macleod – Polaris, Episode 2

Jon Anctil – World War Geek, Ep 108 It’s All Fun and Games Part 2

Stephen Lawrence, CCE – Orphan Black, Episode 103 *WINNER*

Teresa De Luca, CCE – 19-2, Deer

D. Gillian Truster – Orphan Black, Unconscious Selection

Mike Lee, CCE – Copper, Ep 205 A Morning Song

Jamie Alain – Continuum, Second Guess

Gareth C. Scales, CCE – What Remains *WINNER*

Jamie Alain – Flowers in the Attic

Gordon Rempel, CCE – Romeo Killer: The Chris Porco Story

Jamie Alain – Delete, Night 1

Ellen Fine – Bunks

Matthew Hannam – Enemy *WINNER*

Jorge Weisz – Empire of Dirt

Jeanne Slater – Evangeline

Aaron Marshall – The Colony

Duff Smith – The Husband

Walter Woodman, Ryerson University – Noah

Ray Savaya, Sheridan College – Walk the Moon

Mark Fifield, Humber College – Rosbilt

Daniel Haack, Ryerson University – Bridges

Angelica Falco, Sheridan College – Anatomy of a Sunbeam

Debra Karen became interested in film when she took an elective course in Cinema at Dawson College in Montreal which was taught by Larry Kent. While studying, she was hired as a second assistant editor to work at Cinepix on their production of Across This Land with Stompin’ Tom Connors.

When that film finished she remained at Cinepix working on hundreds of commercials for the films they distributed while finishing her education at night and during summer “holidays”, graduating in Communication Arts, magna cum laude.

“Editing was a career choice that meant everything to me”, Debra says. “There was always something to learn, puzzles to solve and new challenges to be faced. For someone who loves movies, it is the best career choice. The editor tells the story of the film in a way that is appropriate to the story. Does the scene call for shock or suspense? Should the editing be invisible or aggressive? The editor makes every person on a film, whether in front of the camera or behind, look good. I can’t think of a better profession.”

Her credits at Cinepix included Bill Fruet’s Death Weekend, Eddie Matalon’s Blackout, Ivan Reitman’s Meatballs, Larry Kent’s Yesterday and J. Lee Thompson’s Happy Birthday to Me.

Debra worked on many Canadian and American TV movies and miniseries, working with directors including Philip Saville, George Kaczender, Pierre Gang, Simon Wincer and Tim Southam. Her association with Joseph Sargent was the most productive and included eight TV movies and miniseries including: Day One starring Brian Dennehy and David Strathairn; The Incident starring Walter Matthau; Ivory Hunters starring John Lithgow, Isabella Rossellini and James Earl Jones; Mandela and de Klerk starring Sidney Poitier and Michael Caine; Streets of Laredo starring James Garner and Sissy Spacek; and Salem Witch Trials starring Kirstie Alley, Henry Czerny, Alan Bates, Peter Ustinov and Shirley MacLaine.

Debra is an icon of this industry – literally… hers is the face of Cronenberg’s Shivers. Debra currently resides with her husband, Michael in Hudson, Québec.

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The 3rd Annual CCE Awards Nominees & Winners

The 3rd Annual CCE Awards

Award Nominees & Winners

Kurt Skyers & Joycelyn Poon – Babar and the Adventures of Badou: Babar the Pirate/Stripes vs. Scales *WINNER*

Joycelyn Poon & Jamie Ebata – Oh No! It’s an Alien Invasion: The Royal Flush/Brainlings on Ice

Shyra De Souza – Distraction of a Stationary Nature

Alain Delannoy – Fraction

Don Lee & Robert Henry – Scaredy Squirrel: Talented Mr. Peacock/Hiccup Hicdown in Balsatown

Nick Hector, CCE – Echoes *WINNER*

Kelly Morris – A Wolf Called Storm

Matt Lyon – Lunarcy!

Michèle Hozer, CCE – Fight Like Soldiers Die Like Children

Marcus Valentin – Air Aces: Red Tails

Bryan Atkinson – Night Light *WINNER*

Andrew Coutts – Sequence

Erin Deck – The Devil’s Carnival

Michelle Szemberg – For Dorian

Gordon Rempel, CCE – The Weather Girl

Al Flett & Erin Cummings – Ice Pilots: Episode 406, Crash Landing

Jorge Parra – Income Property 5, Episode 5084: Dan Tanik

Matt Anas – Mother of the Bride: Monetta & Tricia

Tyronne L’Hirondelle, Kevin Mills, Richard Fulop, Brian Mann, Scott Estes, Paul Smart & Mark Murray – Highway Through Hell: I Can’t Take it Anymore

Aren Hansen – Panic Button: Episode 101

Charles Robichaud – R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour: Uncle Howie *WINNER*

Kimberlee McTaggart – Call Me Fitz: Are You There God?…

Jason Irvine – Degrassi, Episode 1232: Bittersweet Symphony part 2

Ellen Fine – My Babysitter’s a Vampire (Season 2): Fanged & Furious

Lisa Jane Robison, CCE – R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour: Spaceman

Anthony Baird & Thom Smalley – Guidestones: Episode 30, Market Collapse *WINNER*

Jennifer Prokop – My Lupine Life: Dragon Moon Part 2

Ian Macleod – The Last Fall of Ashes: Episode 5

Jonathan Robbins – Clutch: Episode 200 – Aftermath

Stephen Lawrence, CCE – The Transporter: Episode 112, Trojan Horsepower *WINNER*

Wendy Hallam Martin, CCE – The Borgias: Episode 210, The Confession

Paul Winestock, CCE – Cracked: Episode 110, Blind Spot

Lisa Grootenboer, CCE – The Borgias: Episode 205, The Choice

Mike Banas, CCE – The L.A. Complex: Episode 213, Don’t Say Goodbye

Ron Wisman Sr., CCE – An Officer and a Murderer *WINNER*

Lisa Binkley, CCE – Hitched for the Holidays

Gordon Rempel, CCE – She Made Them Do It 

Roslyn Kalloo – The Phantoms

Susan Shipton – Titanic, Episode 4

Roderick Deogrades – Still Mine * WINNER*

Adam Locke-Norton – Stress Position

Stephen Philipson – Molly Maxwell

Dev Singh – Picture Day

Matt Hannam – Antiviral

Haya Waseem, Sheridan College – Mimos

Mitch Spicer, Vancouver Film School – Captive

Roxana Perez Fernandez, Vancouver Film School – Fish Can Fly

Matt Yim, University of Regina – April Doesn’t Hurt Here

Jon Anctil, Capilano University – Marathon

Zhengwei Chen, Fanshawe College – Gossip

Jason O’Hara, Ryerson University – Demur

Ralph Brunjes, CCE, started his career at the CBC in the 60s, coming up through the ranks as an assistant editor, sound editor and film editor on groundbreaking dramas and documentaries such as Wojeck, The Whiteoaks of Jalna, The Nature of Things and This Land of Ours. He was promoted to Editor in Charge at age 27 and a year later to Assistant Supervising Editor in charge of the day to day running of the Film Department. He had the great pleasure of working with Glenn Gould on the soundtrack of the legendary documentary The Idea of North.

In 1975 Ralph went freelance and focused on drama editing, amassing a large list of credits on over 50 television movies, 16 features, 13 mini-series and multiple TV series. His commitment to excellence in the craft of editing has earned him multiple nominations and awards over the years, including Best Sound and Best Picture Editing Awards the first year of the Geminis, and an Emmy nomination for Joan of Arc.

Ralph has always valued his role as a mentor to young and emerging talent. Throughout his career he has enjoyed working with many great filmmakers, developing lifelong friendships and creative collaborations.

Rik Morden grew up in Hamilton, Ontario and discovered an interest in painting early on. He combined this interest with his passion for storytelling and quickly became an editor hailed for precision, artistry and creativity. Throughout his 35-year career Rik edited feature films, corporate presentations, TV commercials and music videos (which he also produced and directed; Stray Cats, Rush, Chris De Burgh). He was also the rare Canadian to have won an Emmy Award—in 2000 for outstanding achievement in single camera editing for his work on the HBO movie, Mary Cassatt: An American Impressionist.

Rik was rewarded for his efforts with many other awards and nominations. He was nominated for another Emmy in 1999 for Edison: The Wizard of Light, won a Directors Guild of Canada Team Award in 2007 for his editing of the well-reviewed documentary Sharkwater, and was nominated for several other DGC and Gemini awards (Beethoven Lives Upstairs, Rembrandt: Fathers and Sons, Bailey’s Billion$).

Rik’s diversity of talent and pursuit of excellence made him a singular talent and mentor amongst editors.

Gary L. “Kelly” Smith, CCE, was amongst the pioneers of electronic post production and widely known in the Toronto and L.A. communities of editors. His career began at CKNX-TV in Wingham, Ontario in the late 1960’s and flourished until his passing.

To work with him, you would find that he was kind of a quiet guy, but he demanded professionalism on the job and it could be said that “he did not suffer fools gladly”. If you did your job, he had your back. With that trust and his well-known sense of humour (which ran more towards practical jokes), he maintained a core group of friends for more than 40 years.

Professionally, Kelly Smith rose to the top of the game, but he did not sacrifice his family or his private life to the business. He married his wife Sandy in 1979 and together they had a daughter, Kerry, and a son, Sean. He was a Blue Jays fan, a life-long rock and roller, as well as being very handy with his hands, whether it was wood working or building a home theatre, he had many projects that intrigued him. He enjoyed socializing with his many friends—and like his family, they miss him too

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The 2nd Annual CCE Awards Nominees & Winners

The 2nd Annual CCE Awards

Award Nominees & Winners

Michele Hozer, CCE – West Wind: The Vision of Tom Thompson *WINNER*

Kathryn Dickson – Fuelled By Passion: The Return of the Jets

Roslyn Kaloo – The Mystery of Mazo de La Roche

James Blokland – Who’s Sorry Now

Nick Hector, CCE – Wiebo’s War


Michelle Szemberg – Business Ethics *WINNER*

Kyle WIlson – I Spyders

Brigitte Rabazo – Getting Past the Bull

John Nicholls – The Sweetest Hippopotamus

Dominique Naipaul – Wilderness

Jonathan Dowler – Undercover Boss: Episode 1003, 1-800 GOT JUNK *WINNER*

Todd Hallam – From Spain with Love: Episode 1002 Paella: Tradition in a Pan

Robert Kraus – From Spain With Love: Episode 1001 Basque Country

Robert Ruzic – Fanboy Confessional: Episode 102  The Steampunk Edition

Pete Watson – Amalfi Getaway: Episode 101 Limone

Kurt Skyers  & Robert Henry – Scaredy Squirrel: Episode 22, Perfect Pickle / Goat Police *WINNER*

Annellie Samuels – Producing Parker: Episode 126, Parker Prophecies

Annellie Samuels – Producing Parker: Episode 125, Real Men Eat Parker

Dan Lee  & Robert Henry – Sidekick: Episode 31, Fortress of Maxumtude

Daniel Palmer – Dino Dan: Where the Dinosaurs Are

Jake Chirica, York University – Catalyst

Orlee Buium, York University – Young Love

Michael Ciuffini, Sheridan College – Asylum

Shelley Therrien, Sheridan College – Lens

Brigitte Rabazo – Todd & the Pure Book of Evil: Episode 206, Fisting Fantasy * WINNER*

Matthew Hannam – Michael: Tuesdays and Thursdays: Episode 4, Sleeping with People

Craig Webster – Less Than Kind: Episode 301, Fugue State

Jay Tipping – Picnicface: Episode 106, Storybook

Gordon Thorne – Degrassi: The Next Generation: Episode 1107, Cry Me a River, Part 2

Teresa De Luca, CCE – Combat Hospital: Episode 110, Reason to Believe *WINNER*

Teresa De Luca, CCE – Bomb Girls: Episode 102, Misfires

Vesna Svilanovic  –  Murdoch Mysteries: Episode 413, Murdoch in Wonderland

Wendy Hallam Martin, CCE – The Borgias: Episode 107,Death, on a Pale Horse 

Gareth C. Scales, CCE – Flashpoint: Episode 417, Priority of Life

Don Cassidy, CCE – The Kennedys: Episode 4 *WINNER*

Lisa Binkley, CCE – Magic Beyond Words: The J.K. Rowling Story

Mike Lee, CCE – Wrath of Grapes: The Don Cherry Story 2

Ron Wisman, Sr, CCE – Committed

David B. Thompson, CCE – The Kennedys: Episode 7

Roger Mattiussi, CCE – Afghan Luke *WINNER*

Lisa di Michele – High Chicago

Matthew Hannam – I’m Yours

Ron Sanders, CCE – A Dangerous Method

Mark Arcieri – House of the Rising Sun

Ron Wisman, CCE, has been an integral component of the Canadian editing community for over 40 years. Ron has an impressive resume of 89 titles with almost half being Movies of the Week; The Violin, one of the first films that he cut, was nominated for an Academy Award.

His editing has garnered many accolades, with 20 nominations and 10 wins. He was continually recognized by the Canadian Film Editors Guild and won a Genie for his outstanding work on Joshua Then And Now. The following year he was awarded both an ACE Eddie and a Gemini for Sword Of Gideon. He also cut the cult classic, The Pyx. Collaborating with John Woo, Michael Anderson, Ted Kotcheff and Canadian legend Don Shebib to name a few, he has helped shape performances of many Hollywood legends; from Charlton Heston and Vanessa Redgrave to Lloyd Bridges and Christopher Plummer.

In addition to the above achievements, it is important to remember that a career like this is full of more than titles and credits; it is a testament to a devoted and sought-after craftsmen. 

George Appleby’s life was defined by love, success and adventure, all of which he shared freely with the people he met and worked with. He had a lot of friends.

Though born in Toronto, at age nine, George moved with his family to Bogota, Columbia, when his father was transferred there for work. In Bogota, George was educated in Spanish and English, until his teens, when he returned to Canada.

After high school, tall and handsome George set his sights on acting. He hung around the University of Toronto’s Hart House Theatre, and its then director, Robert Gill, absorbing the world of theatre. But it was the editing suite that eventually took his interest after he landed his first job on the CBC series, The Forest Rangers, in the early 1960s. He would go on to work steadily as an editor right up until his death in December 1999.

George cut many of Canada’s iconic series and feature films, from Adventures in Rainbow Country, Street Legal, and Cold Squad to Outrageous, The Silent Partner, Isabel, and many others. He received numerous awards for his work, including Canadian Film Editors Guild awards, an Etrog and a Genie nomination.

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The 1st Annual CCE Awards Nominees & Winners

The 1st Annual CCE Awards

Award Nominees & Winners

Nick Hector, CCE – Force of Nature *WINNER*

James Blokland – Colour Me

Roland Schlime & Roderick Deogrades – Acquainted with the Night

Michèle Hozer, CCE – Glenn Gould: Genius Within

Marcus Valentin – Manson

Roderick Deogrades – The Day I Thought I Died *WINNER*

Best Editing in Short film Mark Arcieri  – The Waking

Tiffany Beaudin – Twilight Express

Luke Gallo – Presence

Brigitte Rabazo- Reception

Jay Prychidny & Jeff Reynolds –  Canada’s Next Top Model Eps 308 “Rockin’ the Runway” *WINNER*

Matthew Anas – Ghostly Encounters 3 – Eps 318 “Good Samaritan Ghosts”

Peter Hordylan – Candice Tells All – Eps 101

Chris Mutton – Big Voice – Eps 101

Neil Sitka  – Rescue Mediums – Eps “Cobourg”

Deborah Gurofsky – We Make Machines (Queens University)

Lauren Horn – Two Cities (Sheridan College)

Cameron Nixdorf – Sasha (York University)

Ernesto Sosa Lopez – Kilometres (York University)

Annellie Samuel – Producing Parker Eps 120 “How Green Is My Parker” *WINNER*

Mike Goodings –  Johnny Test – “Sunshine Malibu Johnny ”

Robert Henry & Darrell MacDonald – Willa’s Wild Life “Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Vet? ”

Dan Lee & Jason Cohen – Sidekick – “Eric Squared”

Daniel Palmer – Glenn Martin DDS

David B. Thompson, CCE – Living in Your Car – Eps 101 *WINNER*

James Bredin, CCE – Little Mosque on the Prairie Eps 409 “Gloves Will Keep us Together”

Matthew Hannam – Less Than Kind – Eps 212 “Showtime”

Stephen Philipson – Todd & the Pure Book of Evil – Eps 8

Gordon Thorne – Degrassi TNG10 – Eps1002 “What a Girl Wants”

Lisa Grootenboer, CCE – The Tudors – Eps 405 *WINNER*

Don Cassidy, CCE – Murdoch Mysteries Eps 305 “Me, Myself and Murdoch”

Daria Ellerman, CCE – Shattered – Eps 108

Tom Joerin, CCE. – The Listener – Eps 109 “Inside Man”

Michael Pacek, CCE – Republic of Doyle Eps 208 “Sympathy for the Devil”

Mike Lee, CCE –  Keep Your Head Up, Kid: The Don Cherry Story *WINNER*

Cathy Gulkin, CCE –  Shadow Island Mysteries: The Last Christmas

James Ilecic, CCE – Bringing Ashley Home

Dona Noga – The Good Witch’s Family

Ron Wisman Sr, CCE – The Devil’s Teardrop

Michele Conroy, CCE – Splice *WINNER*

Michael Doherty, CCE – George A Romero’s Survival of the Dead

Matthew Hannam & Gareth C. Scales, CCE – This Movie is Broken

Stephen Lawrence, CCE – Sophie

Susan Shipton, CCE – Barney’s Version

CCE Awards Tom Daly Tom Daly was born on April 25, 1918 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He was a producer and editor, known for City of Gold (1957), Universe (1960) and Very Nice, Very Nice (1961). He died on September 18, 2011 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.   

Werner Nold CM is a Quebec film editor. In 1984, he was named a Member of the Order of Canada. In 2010, he received the Prix Albert-Tessier from the government of Quebec for his contributions to the cinema of Quebec. Over a 35-year career at the National Film Board of Canada, Nold worked on approximately 100 films. He also co-founded the Conseil québécois pour la diffusion du cinéma and served as president of the Rendez-vous du cinéma québécois. Born in Switzerland, Nold moved to Quebec in 1955, while in his early 20s. He was hired by the NFB in 1961, and retired from film editing in 1996.   In 2011 Werner was honored by the Canadian Cinema Editors with their first ever Lifetime Achievement Award.  He lives with his wife of over 40 years, Lucette Lupien, in Montreal’s Habitat 67 complex.


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