Posts Tagged ‘Canadian Cinema Editors’


From Facebook: “Last night I hosted the @CCE_editors gala live and in person for the first time since the lockdowns began. It was also my birthday. It was a great event, and not just because the CCE president Stephen Philipson convinced the audience to hum–not sing because that is COVIDy spitty–happy birthday to me. Hundreds of people simultaneously humming sounded incredible and made me feel very special. Thanks for having me in to host and thanks for the hums! #CCEawards

Canadian Cinema Editors Discussion with Film Critics on Editing.

Please join us for a unique and exciting panel discussion. The C.C.E.  welcomes film critics Richard Crouse, Rob Salem and Parker Mott to discuss their views on editing in film and television and how it impacts their reviews and criticism. How did we get from Eisenstein believing editing was the most important ingredient in filmmaking to today, where it is an invisible art known only by those in the industry? A young filmmaker is given a chance by a major studio to direct… with a caveat. They must hire a veteran editor to lead them through the story and pacing. Why will Schoonmaker be mentioned in a review, but not Lee Smith or Dylan Tichenor? How important is the editing to them in reviews? These topics and much more will be discussed, with a Q&A to follow. The discussion will be moderated by Film Editor and Canadian Cinema Editor Co-President Paul Winestock, C.C.E.

This event is open exclusively to C.C.E. members until February 11th, non-members may RSVP now and will be notified February 12th if there is still space available.