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The Editor's Cut is a monthly Canadian Cinema Editors podcast exploring the art of picture editing in Canada.

The Editor's Cut Canadian Cinema Editors

    • TV & Film
    • 5.0 • 11 Ratings

The Editor's Cut is a monthly Canadian Cinema Editors podcast exploring the art of picture editing in Canada.

    In Conversation with Jenypher Fisher, CCE, Kelly Morris, CCE and Tim Wanlin, CCE

    In Conversation with Jenypher Fisher, CCE, Kelly Morris, CCE and Tim Wanlin, CCE

    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.

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Creatives Empowered Presents: Why Anti-Racism Still Matters

    Creatives Empowered Presents: Why Anti-Racism Still Matters

    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.

    • 1 hr 8 min
    EditCon 2021: Breaking the Mold in Series TV

    EditCon 2021: Breaking the Mold in Series TV

    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 conntains strong language

    • 1 hr 16 min
    EditCon 2021: Thrills & Chills

    EditCon 2021: Thrills & Chills

    This episode is part 5 of a 6 part series covering EditCon 2021 that took place virtually in February 2021. The past year has brought our lives no shortage of fear-inducing moments, and yet films that offer us frights continue to be one of our greatest escapes. Join editors Michele Conroy (In the Tall Grass, The Silence, Mama), Jeff Barnaby (Blood Quantum, Rhymes For Young Ghouls), Dev Singh (Incident in a Ghostland, Backcountry) and moderator Erin Deck (Rabid) as they share their insights into crafting successful films that both entertain us and play upon our fears and anxieties. 
    *This episode contains strong language 

    • 53 min
    EditCon 2021: In Conversation with Jinmo Yang, ACE

    EditCon 2021: In Conversation with Jinmo Yang, ACE

    Action, comedy, drama, romance, horror and thriller – Jinmo Yang’s outstanding body of work covers almost every genre in filmmaking. His mastery of pacing and tone is often on display as he rides the line between genres, from the action/comedy of LUCK-KEY to the thriller/comedy PARASITE. Whether working on or off set Mr. Yang is truly a master of his artform.
    Multitalented moderator Sook-Yin Lee sits with Oscar-nominated editor Jinmo Yang for an in-depth conversation about the craft of Picture Editing.
    Watch Jinmo's short film BANG.

    • 41 min
    EditCon 2021: When TV Saved Us

    EditCon 2021: When TV Saved Us

    As the world settled into lockdown, TV entertainment went from distraction to lifeline. With audiences trying to make sense of world events, stories and characters matter more than ever. As the entertainment landscape shifts to meet an unprecedented need for engaging content delivered on-demand to an audience stuck at home, how will this change the stories we tell, and the way we tell them? The editors of some of the most binge-worthy shows reflect on how their work landed in this time and place, what the stories meant to audiences, and how that affected their process during a pandemic. 
    In today’s episode we hear from Amy E Duddleston, ACE, Wandy Hallam Martin ACE, CCE, Laura Zempel and Stephen O’Connell.
    This panel was moderated by the wonderful Christopher Donaldson, CCE.

    • 55 min

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11 Ratings

11 Ratings

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Inspiring content and worth the listen

I’ve been listening to the podcast for two years now and have continued to be inspired and amazed by the content! Film content often highlights directors and writers and actors... this is such a unique opportunity for editors to shine! And being able to listen to some of my favourite editors talk about my favourite TV shows or films is super cool!

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Crossing the 49th

Loved hearing about different experiences in the crossing the 49th episode! (I’m the kid that Stephen had after the Canadian film centre, I’m 15 now 😝🤪)

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