Canadian Cinema Editors announce award winners
Michele Hozer, Teresa De Luca and Roger Mattiussi were among the award winners at Thursday's event at Toronto's Capitol Theatre.
Brigitte Rabazo took the award for best editing in a broadcast half-hour drama, for an episode of Todd and the Book of Pure Evil at the second annual Canadian Cinema Editors Awards Thursday night in Toronto.
Michele Hozer (West Wind: The Vision of Tom Thomson) nabbed the prize for best doc editing, and Don Cassidy (The Kennedys) won for best editing in a TV movie or mini-series.
The prize for best lifestyle/reality editing went to Jonathan Dowler (Undercover Boss Canada), and Kurt Skyers and Robert Henry (Scaredy Squirrel) won for animation.
And Michelle Szemberg took the prize for best editing in a short film, for Business Ethics.
Elsewhere, Teresa De Luca (Combat Hospital) and Roger Mattiussi (Afghan Luke) took honours for best editing in a one-hour TV series and feature length dramatic, respectively.
Also Thursday night, Ron Wiseman and George Appleby received Lifetime Achievement Awards.
Film critic Richard Crouse and Susan Saranchuk, along with Canadian acting talent like John Ralston, Karen Waddell and Sebastian Pigott of Bomb Girls, Rookie Blue‘s Gregory Smith and Degrassi‘s Jordan Todsey and Munro Chambers were on hand to present the awards to Canadian film and TV editors at the awards ceremony at Toronto’s Capitol Theatre.