Nick Hector

Nick Hector is a DGC, CCE, HotDocs and multi-Gemini Award winning Canadian film editor and Genie Award nominated producer. Hector collaborated with legendary Canadian filmmaker Allan King and exclusively cut his films during the last decade of King's career. He won a Gemini for editing Allan King’s TIFF "Top Ten Canadian Film" and Gemini Award-winning Dying at Grace – which the Toronto International Film Festival described as “one of the best films ever made in this country”. In 1996 he won the Hot Docs "Best Editing" award for Yvan Patry’s Hand of God . He received a Gemini in 1998 for his work on Yvan Patry’s Hot Docs Best of Festival and Chalmers Award winner Chronique d’un genocide announce. In 2009, he won a Gemini for editing Sturla Gunnarsson’s Air India 182, making him the only editor to be awarded three Gemini Awards for documentary editing. Some of Hector's numerous credits include Tim Southam’s Genie-nominated Drowning in Dreams; John Haslett Cuff’s Gemini-winning Crimes of the Heart; Min Sook Lee’s Hot Docs "Best Canadian Feature" Hogtown; and Allan King’s TIFF "Top Ten Canadian Film" Memory for Max, Claire, Ida and Company.

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