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Didier Kennel has been a freelance Film/television editor for 34 years and has worked in the news, broadcast, documentaries, and on corporate videos. He has worked with CNN (Africa), National Geographics, CBS, Discovery Channel, CBC, BBC, Global, Life, Prime, TSN, and TVO. One of his documentaries,Â Children of Asia, won a silver medal at The New York Festival. For the past 26 years, Didier has been teaching Visual post-production at Sheridan College in the Bachelors of Film & Television and Media Arts undergraduate programs. He also teaches in the post-graduate Advanced Television and Film Program. In 2008, Didier was nominated and received the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) Award of Excellence. This award was handed out in Austin, Texas, to faculty and staff for outstanding contributions to teaching, leadership, and learning. Didier has also been an Avid Certified Instructor since 1994 and has successfully trained editors in North America, Europe, South America, and Asia. In September of 2000, he moved into the new Avid Authorized Education Centre within the Sheridan Centre for Animation and Emerging Technologies (SCAET), where he continues to provide specialized training on the Avid Symphony and Media composers systems.