Sheridan alum win Canadian Cinema Editors Awards
Six Sheridan grads were honoured at the Canadian Cinema Editors Awards last week.
Founded in 2007, the non-profit organization aims to advance the profile of professional film editors. The CCE Award winners were announced at a ceremony on May 30 in Toronto.
Along with four CCE Awards, two Sheridan grads were named Student Merit Recipients for work they created while in school. Zachary Roth, a 2014 Media Fundamentals alumnus and current Bachelor of Film and Television student, was recognized for Rosie. Brendan Barnard (Bachelor of Film and Television ’18) After Animals.
Congratulations to Zachary, Brendan and the following winners:
- Thomas Berger (Advanced Television and Film '04) won Best Editing in Animation for Space Between Stars.
- In the category of Best Editing in MOW/Mini Series, Lisa Grootenboer (Animation '82) took home the award for Believe Me: The Abduction of Lisa McVey.
- Ryan Monteith (Media Arts ’00) won Best Editing in Reality/Competition/Lifestyle for Top Chef Canada: Que Rico.
- Courtney Goldman (Advanced Television and Film ’08) took Best Editing in Family: MOW, Live Action for Odd Squad: World Turned Odd.
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