'Enemy', 'Orphan Black' Top Canadian Cinema Editors Awards

Melanie Laurent stars in Enemy
Quick bit of Canadian film awards news for you to enjoy this morning. The winners for the Canadian Cinema Editors awards were announced this morning. Matthew Hannam scooped the feature film prize for Denis Villeneuve's Enemy, which took home the same prize at the Canadian Screen Awards earlier this year. Other winners include Orphan Black and the Screenie/TIFF winning short Noah. The awards were handed out in Toronto last night at a ceremony hosted by film critic Richard Crouse.

The winners are:

Best Editing in Feature Length
★ Matthew Hannam - Enemy

Best Editing in Documentary
★ Mark Ratzlaff - Blood Relative

Best Editing in Short film
★  Erin Deck - Sunday Punch

Best Editing in Animation
★ Paul Hunter - The Nut Job

Best Editing in Long Form Television Series
★ Stephen Lawrence, C.C.E - Orphan Black (Ep. 103)

Best Editing in Television Movie or Miniseries
Gareth C. Scales, C.C.E - What Remains
Best Editing in 1/2 Hour Broadcast Short Form
 ★ Jay Prychidny - The Next Step (Ep. 30 "Winner Takes All")

Best Editing in Reality/Lifestyle/Factual
Giorgio Saturnino, Michael Esteves - Jonathan Toews, Every Picture Tells a Story

Best Editing in Any Live Action Web Series (Comedy or Drama)
Michael Doherty, C.C.E - Darknet (Ep. 101)

Lifetime Achievement Award
★ Debra Karen

 Student Merit Awards
★ Walter Woodman, Ryerson Uniiversity - Noah
Ray Savaya, Sheridan College - Walk the Moon
Mark Fifield, Humber College - Rosebilt 
Daniel Haack, Ryerson University - Bridges
Angelica Falco, Sheridan College - Anatomy of a Sunbeam

 Congrats to all the winners!