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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

Offline Events Across Canada: Halifax

Join us in Halifax on July 29th for our Offline Activity.  We will be going kayaking on the Shubie Canal.

The event is free for CCE members, however we will collect a $35 deposit that will be refunded after the event.  Non Members are welcome to attend and the cost is $35.

We will follow with a social at MicMacs at 12:30pm (so if you don’t want to Kayak, you can RSVP to just attend the social).

First drink free for CCE Members.

10am ADT

Wildwood Water Sports – Located in Shubie Park, on the historic Shubenacadie Canal, near the Fairbanks Centre, 54 Locks Rd., Dartmouth (in a little boathouse down by the water)

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CCE Summer Social: Vancouver

CCE Summer Social: Vancouver
June 22, 2023

This event took place on June 22, 2023.

Join us on June 22nd for a Summer Social in Vancouver. We will be celebrating the start of summer at Parallel 49th Brewing.


Parallel 49th Brewing – 1950 Triumph St, Vancouver, BC V5L 1K5

June 22nd – 7PM PDT

About the Event

June 2023

7pm PDT

Vancouver

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CCE Summer Social: Toronto

CCE Summer Social: Toronto
June 19, 2023

This event took place on June 19, 2023.

Join us on June 19th for a Summer Social in Toronto. We will be celebrating the start of summer at Rolling Picture.


Rolling Pictures – 150 John Street, Level 2, Toronto

June 19th – 6PM EDT

About the Event

June 2023

6PM EDT

Toronto

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CCE Offline and Social Summer Event: Edmonton

CCE Offline and Social Summer Event: Edmonton
June 11, 2023

This event took place on June 11, 2023.

Join us on June 11th for an Offline/Summer Social in Edmonton. We will be celebrating the start of summer!


June 11th – 1:00PM MDT

9100 Walterdale Hill, Edmonton, AB T6E 2V3

Meet at the steps of Kinsmen Sports Centre

 

**Edmonton is hosting their Summer Social during this Offline walk. There will be a pitstop along the way and CCE members will receive their first drink free. Be sure to RSVP so your name is on the list! Non-members are welcome to attend.

About the Event

June 2023

1PM MDT

Edmonton

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Offline Events Across Canada

Offline Events Across Canada
June 2023

These events took place in June 2023.

Join us in June at locations all across Canada, as we take a break from our screens and get outside! We look forward to seeing you all in person! We also welcome our new Ukrainian members who joined recently and encourage them to attend and meet members from our CCE Community!

TORONTO

June 10th – 10.00am EDT

Brickworks: 550 Bayview Ave, Toronto, ON M4W 3X8

VANCOUVER

June 11th – 11:00am

Quarry Rock in Deep Cove. 

About the Event

June 2023

10am EDT

Canada

In Conversation with Michel Giroux and Denys Desjardins: I LOST MY MOM  

Presented in French

 

Join us on June 15th for our Master Series in Montreal. Listen to editor Michel Giroux discuss with director Denys Desjardins their work on the film I LOST MY MOM.  There will be a screening of the film, followed by the Q&A.

 

Free for CCE Members, $10 for Non Members.

 

Tickets for Non Members are $10 – To purchase tickets please visit: https://cinemapublic.ca/films/jai-place-ma-mere/

In-person in Montréal at Cinema Public – 505 Rue Jean-Talon E, Montréal, QC H2R 1T6

 

5:30PM EDT

 

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The following bios are available only in the presenting language:

Michel Giroux HeadshotŒuvre dans le domaine de la vidéo et du multimédia depuis le début des années 80, il collabore à des bandes vidéos, installations, performances, trames visuelles pour multimédia, danse, musique contemporaine… avec Geneviève Cadieux, Nathalie Derome, Istvan Kantor, Michel Lemieux, Pauline Vaillancourt, Jean-Pierre Perrault… Parallèlement et, de plus en plus exclusivement, il se passionne pour le montage de documentaire. Il collabore, entre autres, avec Paule Baillargeon, Michka Saäl, Céline Baril. Luc Bourdon, Magnus Isacson, Martin Duckworth… incursion en fiction avec Robert Morin.

Toujours fasciné par le processus d’écriture-composition propre au montage ainsi que par la proximité, la profondeur de la rencontre qu’il provoque avec l’auteur et cette œuvre qui prend vie. Il considère et approche le cinéma, le multimédia comme des médiums sensoriels. Le désir de toucher en sculptant du temps, de la lumière, des sons, de la forme, du sens… Il y a encore beaucoup de plaisir à tout ça, on n’a pas tout vu et entendu.

Denys Desjardins HeadshotSELON LE DICTIONNAIRE DU CINÉMA QUÉBÉCOIS, DENYS DESJARDINS EST UN «CINÉASTE À L’ESPRIT CURIEUX ANIMÉ PAR UNE CINÉPHILIE DÉBORDANTE». DENYS DESJARDINS A ENSEIGNÉ LE CINÉMA ET LES COMMUNICATIONS PENDANT VINGT ANS.

PENDANT SES ÉTUDES EN CINÉMA, IL EXERCE LE MÉTIER DE PRÉPOSÉ ET DÉCOUVRE LE MONDE À TRAVERS LES YEUX DES MARGINAUX. ARTISTE ENGAGÉ, IL UTILISE TOUS LES MOYENS CRÉATIFS À SA DISPOSITION POUR CONFECTIONNER DES ŒUVRES ET DES EXPÉRIENCES SIGNIFIANTES QUI PARTICIPENT À L’ÉVOLUTION DE LA SOCIÉTÉ.

EN 1990, IL FONDE SA COMPAGNIE DE PRODUCTION LES FILMS DU CENTAURE.
DEPUIS, IL A RÉALISÉ ET PRODUIT UNE VINGTAINE DE FILMS ET PLUSIEURS SITES INTERNET, TANT DANS L’INDUSTRIE PRIVÉE QU’À L’OFFICE NATIONAL FILM DU CANADA. IL MILITE DEPUIS TRENTE ANS POUR DÉFENDRE LA CAUSE DES ARTISANS DU CINÉMA.

IL A SIÉGÉ SUR DIVERS CONSEILS D’ADMINISTRATION ET IL FIGURE NOTAMMENT PARMI LES MEMBRES FONDATEURS DE QUÉBEC CINÉMA. PRODUCTEUR ET CONCEPTEUR DU SITE CINÉMA DU QUÉBEC.COM, IL A FONDÉ ET DIRIGÉ LE DOCFEST DE L’ISLE-AUX-COUDRES, UN FESTIVAL DÉDIÉ AU CINÉMA DOCUMENTAIRE, AVANT DE SE CONSACRER À LA COALITION POUR LA SUITE DU DOC.

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Episode 015: In conversation around the film Big Giant Wave

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Episode 15: In conversation around the film BIG GIANT WAVE

A conversation with Marie-Julie Dallaire and Louis-Martin Paradis, moderated by Isabelle Malenfant, CCE.

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In this new episode, we are delighted to share with you the meeting that took place at the Cinéma Public in Montreal in October 2022 with the team of the film BIG GIANT WAVE.

The director, Marie-Julie Dallaire, and the editor, Louis-Martin Paradis, shared with the audience, their fascinating adventure during the post-production of this exciting documentary.

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CCE Health Talk –  Mental Health in the Edit Suite

CCE Health Talk – Mental Health in the Edit Suite
May 17 and June 7, 2023

This event took place on May 17 and June 7, 2023

Presented in English / Atelier en anglais

Join fellow editors and mental health advocate Malikkah Rollins from DocuMentality to explore issues that impact many editors but often go unspoken. In these two online sessions, we will discuss:

Wednesday May 17 – 7PM EDT

  • Results of qualitative research DocuMentality conducted with filmmakers around their mental health and well-being.
  • Secondary trauma that some editors experience (what it is and how to recognize)
  • Share how others may be addressing isolation in the editing profession

Wednesday June 7 – 7PM EDT

  • Sharing of ideas for how they can self and group advocate (for all sorts of issues like long work hours)
  • How to handle emotions facing co-workers of the overly stressful or critical type.

The following bio is only written in the presenting language.

Malikkah RollinMalikkah is a co-founder of  DocuMentality, an initiative designed to elevate the conversation around mental health in the global documentary industry. She is a trained psychotherapist which she served as for 10 years, specializing in supporting young adults experiencing mental health challenges. In her full-time life, she is the Director of Industry and Education at DOC NYC, the largest doc film festival in the United States. She’s been invited to speak or mentor with various film organizations such as TIFF, EFM, Documentary Campus, Sundance and Gotham Labs. She is a member of Brown Girl Doc Mafia, on the board of Women in Film and Video-DC and was an independent doc producer for 6 years. When she’s not busy watching films, Malikkah likes to plot her next international travel adventure.

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May / June 2023

7pm EDT

Virtual

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