This is a little late but in the middle of May, Director William Allinson and I attended the Canadian Cinema Editors (C.C.E) Awards by deluxe to represent I Spyders, nominated for Best Editing in Short Film. Although we didn’t win it was a great night of networking and excellent food. I was fortunate enough to be sitting with two CCE Awards winners Don Cassidy, C.C.E. for his work on The Kennedys mini-series and Roger Mattiussi, C.C.E. for his work on the feature drama Afghan Luke.
Congratulations to all the winners and I’m definitely making this event a staple in my annual event calendar.
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I Spyders is a dark comedy starring John (Kevin Jake Walker, Devil Seed), Gabriel Dumas, Michelle Harris and Jeff Yung. Directed by William Allinson, shot by Stephen Chandler Whitehead (A People Uncounted, We Ate the Children Last), and produced by Kyle Edward Wilson.
New video edit! Only a day to go through 6 hours of footage and come up with a final cut, then FedEx it to Montreal for the Auto Show! It’s a mashup of AF, HPX and DRIFT footage with a few location shots worked in for context. It was Produced by Phanta Media in partnership with Ariad Communications for Smart Canada.
With over 200,000 hits on Vimeo alone, Ryan Enn Hughes’ 360 Project is generating some serious buzz. I collaborated with Ryan during the editing process, taking rotating images and manipulating them to create two shorts: Ballet & Krump. The first is a softer edit with subtle glitch edits, the second is a lot more hard hitting with stutters, sporadic placement and bold glitch effects. Check out the two shorts and behind the scenes video below!