Barbie with Nick Houy, ACE
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by Canadian Cinema Editors
2M ago
This episode is an EditCon 2024 exclusive episode of The Editor's Cut with Nick Houy, ACE the editor behind the blockbuster hit BARBIE. Nick Houy, ACE, is a film editor based in New York. Before editing BARBIE, Houy edited both of Greta Gerwig’s previous Oscar-nominated films, LITTLE WOMEN, and LADY BIRD for which he was nominated for the ACE award in 2017. Houy also won the Emmy Award in 2017 for editing the miniseries, THE NIGHT OF. He was nominated for the Independent Spirit Award for editing MID90S in 2018, and in 2022 Houy edited the critically acclaimed Netflix documentary, STUTZ. Watch ..read more
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Barbie with Nick Houy, ACE
The Editor's Cut
by Canadian Cinema Editors
3M ago
This episode is an EditCon 2024 exclusive episode of The Editor's Cut with Nick Houy, ACE the editor behind the blockbuster hit BARBIE. Nick Houy, ACE, is a film editor based in New York. Before editing BARBIE, Houy edited both of Greta Gerwig’s previous Oscar-nominated films, LITTLE WOMEN, and LADY BIRD for which he was nominated for the ACE award in 2017. Houy also won the Emmy Award in 2017 for editing the miniseries, THE NIGHT OF. He was nominated for the Independent Spirit Award for editing MID90S in 2018, and in 2022 Houy edited the critically acclaimed Netflix documentary, STUTZ. Watch ..read more
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In Conversation with Shaun Rykiss and Bretten Hannam of WILDHOOD
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by Canadian Cinema Editors
1y ago
Today’s episode is the panel that took place virtually on April 11th 2022 - In Conversation with Shaun Rykiss and Bretten Hannam on the film WILDHOOD. Shaun Rykiss and director Bretten Hannam discuss their approach to bringing one of this year’s most acclaimed films, WILDHOOD, to the big screen. This panel was moderated by Kimberlee McTaggart, CCE. WILDHOOD is a film about two brothers who embark on a journey to find their birth mother after their abusive father had lied for years about her whereabouts; along the way, they reconnect with their indigenous heritage and make a new friend ..read more
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In Conversation with Shaun Rykiss and Bretten Hannam of WILDHOOD
The Editor's Cut
by Canadian Cinema Editors
1y ago
Today’s episode is the panel that took place virtually on April 11th 2022 - In Conversation with Shaun Rykiss and Bretten Hannam on the film WILDHOOD. Shaun Rykiss and director Bretten Hannam discuss their approach to bringing one of this year’s most acclaimed films, WILDHOOD, to the big screen. This panel was moderated by Kimberlee McTaggart, CCE. WILDHOOD is a film about two brothers who embark on a journey to find their birth mother after their abusive father had lied for years about her whereabouts; along the way, they reconnect with their indigenous heritage and make a new friend ..read more
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Editing Across Canada
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by Canadian Cinema Editors
1y ago
Today's episode is a conversation with Editors Across Canada that took place virtually November 2nd, 2021. Annie Ilkow, CCE (GHOSTS) from Quebec, Jeremy Harty, CCE (TRAILER PARK BOYS) from Nova Scotia, Lisa Binkley, CCE (ZOMBIES 3) from British Columbia, Roderick Deogrades, CCE (CHAPELWAITE) from Ontario and Sarah Taylor (THE LAST BARON) from Alberta talk about their process and how it can be different (or similar) based on where they live.  Sponsored by IATSE 891 ..read more
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In Conversation with Post in Black
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by Canadian Cinema Editors
1y ago
In today's episode Sarah Taylor chats with the wonderful team behind the podcast Post in Black. Daniel Hunter, David Hunter Jr. and Tatiana Johnson share the journey of how Post In Black started as a blog and is now in it’s 3rd podcast season showcasing post-production professionals in the black community. We talk about their hopes for the future of Post in Black and the industry at large ..read more
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In Conversation with Sophie Farkas Bolla
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by Canadian Cinema Editors
1y ago
Today's episode is the master series that took place virtually on June 5th 2021. In conversation with Sophie Farkas Bolla editor of BEANS and ROADS IN FEBRUARY. Moderated by Jessie Anthony (writer/director of BROTHER, I CRY) They discuss the ins and outs of editing the breakout film BEANS.  ..read more
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In Conversation with Jenypher Fisher, CCE, Kelly Morris, CCE and Tim Wanlin, CCE
The Editor's Cut
by Canadian Cinema Editors
1y ago
Today's episode is the master series that took place virtually on March 16th 2021.  Veteran unscripted Vancouver editors Jenypher Fisher, CCE, (RUST VALLEY RESTORERS) Kelly Morris, CCE (HIGHWAY THRU HELL) and Tim Wanlin, CCE (HEAVY RESCUE: 401) discuss their vast knowledge on crafting factual storytelling; the importance of finding the story’s truth, it’s language, and the importance of a strong, pivotal opening that will begin the audience’s emotional journey. This panel was moderated by Showrunner, Producer, Director and Writer, Kelly McClughan ..read more
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Creatives Empowered Presents: Why Anti-Racism Still Matters
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by Canadian Cinema Editors
1y ago
In today's episode we talk with the Executive Director of Creatives Empowered, Shivani Saini. We talk about how Creatives Empowered came to be and share a panel that Creatives Empowered produced called Why Anti-Racism Still Matters. The panel includes Reneltta Arluk (Director of Indigenous Arts, BANFF Centre for Arts and Creativity), Patti Pon (President and CEO, Calgary Arts Development), and Kizzie Sutton (Executive Director, Calgary Society for Independent Filmmakers). CREATIVES EMPOWERED is inspired by and embodies what is truly possible when racialized talent are empowered to thrive ..read more
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EditCon 2021: Breaking the Mold in Series TV
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by Canadian Cinema Editors
1y ago
This episode is part 6 of a 6 part series covering EditCon 2021 that took place virtually in February 2021. We’re currently experiencing a watershed moment for increased representation in storytelling. This year we’ve seen a wealth of stories originating from the BIPOC, LGBTQ2S and female perspectives that not only tackle tough topics surrounding mental health, addiction, sexual assault and racial prejudice, but also present powerful aesthetic and editorial triumphs. The editors behind I May Destroy You, Euphoria, and #BlackAF join us to discuss their groundbreaking work. *This episode conntai ..read more
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