About Maureen Grant
Maureen Grant is a film and television editor based in Toronto. With a background in Visual Art as well as Film Production, she brings a strong creative sensibility to the stories she helps craft.
Since her residency at the Canadian Film Centre Editors Lab, she has been nominated for two Canadian Cinema Editors Awards, for the short film Still, and for Ingrid Veninger’s feature film He Hated Pigeons. It recently won the Special Jury Prize at the image + nation film festival “for its portrayal of grief, which says so much in saying so little”.
The short Your Mother and I which premiered at TIFF was shortlisted for Best Short at the BFI London Film Festival and won Best British Short Film at the London Short Film Festival. The web series That’s My DJ, Season 2, of which she edited 5 episodes, recently won Best Editing at the Independent Television Festival (ITVFest).
Maureen is currently editing the indie horror film Pyewacket, and the dark comedy Pretend We’re Friends.