Chris is an editor based in Toronto with 18 years experience. He has been a proud member of the CCE since the early days, serving as vice-president from 2014-2015. Chris edited the feature films EASY LAND and PORCUPINE LAKE, both of which premiered at TIFF and continued with wide international festival runs. For his work on the film Luba, he was nominated for a CCE award for best editing in feature film. His credits include the CSA-winning family series HOLLY HOBBIE, award-winning digital series THE COMMUNIST’S DAUGHTER and thriller See For Me, which premiered at Tribeca. He is currently editing the mini-series, ESSEX COUNTY, based on the graphic novels by Jeff Lemire.
Kimberlee McTaggart has been working in the Canadian film industry for over 25 years. She has produced and directed, but editing is her first love. She began her career editing documentaries, but is now mainly in the world of drama. Kim has edited several dramatic series such as Lexx, Made in Canada, This Hour has 22 Minutes, Call Me Fitz, Studio Black, Seed, Pure, and Diggstown. She won a Gemini for the Call Me Fitz pilot and was 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. She is now back in her favourite chair in the edit suite. Kim serves as editor caucus rep for DGC Atlantic Region Council, and is the outgoing chair of WIFT-AT, having served four years in the position.
Pauline Decroix is a Toronto-based picture editor. Originally from France, her editing career began in Paris in 2000, and she has been working in Canada since 2009. After many years editing various genres, Pauline shifted focus to scripted storytelling in 2016. She is fortunate enough to be a graduate of the prestigious Canadian Film Centre, as a member of the Cineplex Entertainment Film Program Editors’ Lab. In 2020, she received a Canadian Screen Award for her work on the documentary : On The Line, as well as a CCE Award for Best Picture Editing in the short film : Ma Dame au Camélia. Pauline is honoured to be on the CCE Board for a second term and is very happy to serve the editing community.
Xi Feng is a Chinese-Canadian film editor based in Montreal. Having lived in China, Canada and France, she has cultivated a unique blend of cultural and artistic sensitivity. Feng has worked as an assistant editor and editor on several award winning documentaries, including CHINA HEAVYWEIGHT, which premiered at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival; and the Crystal Bear winning short film CLEBS, premiered at the 2020 Berlinale Generation 14 plus section. She’s also an editor alumna of CFC 2019 and Berlinale Talents 2020.
Lesley is an award winning feature film and television editor who has worked almost exclusively in animation — a medium that she loves! She uses her unconventional background in stage performance to enhance her storytelling techniques and bring drawings to life.
She has degrees/diplomas in music, education, sound engineering and television production, and uses skills from those disciplines every day in her work. An editor of many international hit shows including JOHNNY TEST, BUSYTOWN MYSTERIES, JUSTIN TIME, TOTAL DRAMARAMA, THE NUT JOB 2 and ARCTIC DOG.
Known for her comedic and musical timing, she is honoured that the CCE has entrusted the well being of their finances to an editor who works with bullfrogs, burps and bubble gum!
Janet Savill began editing when she stacked two VCRs on top of each other in the eighth grade. Since then, she’s worked as an Editor and Assistant Editor on various short films, documentaries and series. Her interests include artist collaborations, writing, analog photography, and archival preservation of media.
Based in Edmonton, Janet takes an active role in the local filmmaking and arts community. Her studio has been the site of several CCE events: film screenings, editor chats, and interviews for The Editor’s Cut podcast. She looks forward to growing her role within the editing community by serving on the CCE board.
Adam van Boxmeer is a Toronto-based assistant editor, and short film editor. He has worked in the industry as an assistant editor since graduating with a BFA from York University’s Film Production program in 2018. He loves the challenge of mastering editing technologies, and managing an edit room. He is overjoyed to work with and learn from editors at the top of their craft.
Adam has worked on multiple successful short films, notably SKIN, which screened at the 23rd Toronto Reel Asian Film Festival, and was a daily short pick on Film Shortage. Adam has since worked on multiple short documentaries for CBC Arts.
Adam is thrilled to be part of the push for growth of the CCE – particularly following the pandemic that is now seeing a resurgence of work in the film industry.
Andrew Cromey is a Toronto based editor focusing on scripted and documentary storytelling. He attended York University’s Film program and graduated in 2006 where he specialized in digital non-linear editing. His most recent works include TAKE MY HAND TO HEAVEN (2022), QADR (2020) and SHOOK (2019). He has worked on projects for Entertainment One, CBC, and CNN International. Andrew has been an associate member of the Canadian Cinema Editors and the Alliance of Documentary Editors for the past 3 year and proud to be serving the CCE as a board member.
Greg Ng, CCE, is a film and television editor based in Vancouver, B.C. and is a proud member of the Canadian Cinema Editors. Greg tries to maintain a balanced diet of both narrative and documentary editing, and periodically writes about himself in the third person. Some recent credits include TWO SENTENCE HORROR STORIES for the CW, BONES OF CROWS for CBC, and THE GRIZZLIE TRUTH, which won the Special Presentations Audience Award at VIFF 2022.
I have been a film maker since 2005, I have worked as an editor, writer and director in India, Canada and the US in the past 15 years. I have honed my skills as an editor during these years and have edited TV series, documentaries, short films and a feature film.
Writing and Editing are the two areas of film that appeal to me the most, I call it creating and reshaping. I have had the fortune to write for TV and edit the same episode which made me reach this epiphany. I strive to offer my best for all individuals, projects, and organizations that I am involved with.
Craig is an Editor with 11 years experience across Auckland New Zealand, London United Kingdom, and now Toronto. Focusing on unscripted and documentary work,his credits include shows for the BBC, Netflix, Amazon Prime and Vice.
With a passion for creating connections between people in post, Craig previously headed up the London arm of Blue Collar Post Collective, and created a number of online initiatives during the pandemic to let people learn and socialize together.
Isabelle Malenfant has a passion for telling dramatic stories, but an interest in seeking projects that challenge her to learn new techniques has expanded her credits to include comedies (Steak, Dans Une Galaxie Près de Chez Vous 2, Fabuleuses), VFX projects (Assassin’s Creed, Watch Dogs), animation (Mune, The Procession). As long-time editor for director Francis Leclerc, she worked on the popular sitcom Les beaux malaises; the series Le Phoenix, Marche à l’ombre, and Mon meilleur ami; and the feature films Pieds nus dans l’aube and L’arracheuse de temps. She also works alongside directors Yves Simoneau, François Jaros, Louise Archambault, Quentin Dupieux, Olivier Asselin, and Mélanie Charbonneau. She was nominated for several Gémeaux, Jutra and CCE Awards. In 2018, she won the CCE Award for Best Editing in a Feature Film for Pieds nus dans l’aube. She loves to be involved on the CCE board, to bring forward the talent of Quebec editors within francophone events and share on the this wonderful creative craft with the rest of the CCE community.
I am originally from Los Angeles, California where I learned to make TV and started a family. Many years later I moved to Nova Scotia and I’m still making TV but now from the comfort of my own home.
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