Roderick Deogrades has worked both as a Picture Editor and a Sound Editor for the past fifteen years. This extensive knowledge of both sides of the post equation has proven invaluable. Some of his past credits include picture editing Michael McGowan’s One Week and Score: A Hockey Musical, which was the Toronto International Film Festival’s Opening Night Film in 2010. It has also opened four other film festivals nationwide (Sudbury, Atlantic, Edmonton and Calgary). He also edited Victoria Day, directed by acclaimed author David Bezmozgis (Natasha And Other Stories, The Free World). His TV series work includes Ken Finkleman’s acclaimed comedy series for TMN – Good Dog (which was nominated for the 2011 Gemini for Best Comedy Series) and Good God. His documentary work includes Michael McNamara’s Radio Revolution, winner of the 2004 Gemini for Best History Documentary and 100 Films and a Funeral – a film chronicling the rise and fall of UK’s PolyGram Films – for which he received the 2008 Gemini for Best Picture Editing in a Documentary Program or Series. His award-winning sound editing work includes Istvan Szabo’s Sunshine, Menno Meyjes’ Max, and Paul Gross’ Passchendaelle, all of which received the Genie for Best Sound Editing. Rod recently worked as both Picture Editor and Sound Editor on Still, Michael McGowan’s next feature film, starring James Cromwell and Geneviéve Bujold. It had it’s world premiere at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival..