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    DGC Award Nominees for Editing

    July 9, 2010, 9:13 am
    The Directors Guild of Canada has released their nominations for awards for editors.
    Congratulations to all the C.C.E. members who have been nominated in the
    2010 DGC awards:



    Best Feature Film


    Teresa Hannigan, C.C.E. - "Cairo Time"

    Susan Shipton, C.C.E - "Chloe"



    Best T.V. Movie, Mini Series


    Mike Lee, C.C.E. - "Keep Your Head Up Kid: The Don Cherry Story"



    Best T.V. Series, Drama


    Teresa Hannigan, C.C.E. - Flashpoint - "One Wrong Move"



    Best T.V. Series, Comedy


    Michael Pacek, C.C.E. - G-Spot - Eps. 302 "Mumble Jumble"

    Paul Winestock, C.C.E. - Less Than Kind - Eps. 201 "Third Death's a Charm"



    Best T.V. Series , Family


    D. Gillian Truster - Degrassi: The Next Generation - Eps. 917 "Innocent
    When You Dream"

    Jane Morrison, C.C.E. - Heartland - Eps. 304



    ALLAN KING AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN DOCUMENTARY


    Nick Hector, C.C.E. - The Experimental Eskimos



    BEST PICTURE EDITING - FEATURE FILM
    Kathy Weinkauf - Leslie, My Name is Evil

    James Bredin, C.C.E. - A Wake


    BEST PICTURE EDITING - TV MOVIE/MINI-SERIES


    Ron Wisman Sr., C.C.E. - Too Late To Say Goodbye

    Mike Lee, C.C.E. - "Keep Your Head Up Kid: The Don Cherry Story"



    BEST PICTURE EDITING - TV SERIES


    Gareth Scales - Flashpoint - "Good Citizen"

    Jeff Warren, C.C.E. - The Bridge - Eps. 109

    Paul Winestock, C.C.E. - The Border - Eps. 305 "Missing in Action"




    And congratulations to all our other C.C.E. members who are nominated in
    the team categories:

    Matt Anas

    Todd Buttenham

    Michele Szemberg

    Paul Whitehead



    Congratulations also to C.C.E. sponsor/ board member Jane Tattersall and
    Tattersall Sound & Picture for their nominations.



    Good luck to all!




    The Canadian Cinema Editors is a professional association aimed at
    improving the knowledge and profile of the craft of film editing,
    recognizing the craft as primary storyteller after principal photography
    is complete.

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