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    DGC ANNOUNCES AWARDS

    August 20, 2008, 2:16 pm
    The Directors Guild of Canada has announced the nominations for their annual awards. The Art of the Guillotine would like to congratulate the following editors of the DGC for being nominated in their perspective categories.
    The Directors Guild of Canada has announced the nominations for their annual awards. The Art of the Guillotine would like to congratulate the following editors of the DGC for being nominated in their perspective categories.



    Picture Editing - Feature Film

    Susan Shipton for Breakfast with Scot

    Ronald Sanders for Eastern Promises

    Wiebke Von Carolsfeld for Fugitive Pieces

    Jim Munro for The Stone Angel


    Picture Editing - Television Movie/Mini-Series

    Jeff Warren for Guns

    David Wu for Iron Road

    Michele Conroy for Mayerthorpe

    Teresa Hannigan for Would Be Kings




    Picture Editing - Television Series

    Teresa de Luca for Durham County - Episode #1

    Tom Joerin for Regenesis - Episode 410

    Wendy Hallam Martin for The Tudors - Episode 101

    Lisa Grootenboer for The Tudors - Episode 110



    The Awards will be held November 8, 2008 at the Fairmont Royal York Hotel in Toronto and will be hosted by Shaun Majumder. Best of luck to all the nominees.

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    • Lee Percy on Editing The Mountain Between Us
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