Chris Mutton brings over 14 years of film and television experience to the edit suite. His latest film, LUBA, won multiple awards at the Canadian Film Fest in 2018 and earned him a best editing in feature film nomination at the Canadian Cinema Editors awards.

 

PORCUPINE LAKE, which premiered at TIFF in 2017, has made over 65 festival appearances around the world. Also premiering at TIFF was the feature documentary SILAS, executive produced by Leonardo DiCaprio’s Appian Way productions, which Chris came on board to complete.  The documentary POPCORN AND MAPLE SYRUP that Chris co-edited for the CBC, won the Special Jury Award at Worldfest.

Chris’ short films have screened throughout the world, including CLEO (TIFF, Cinema City), GOLDEN BOYS (HollyShorts, Inside Out, MiFO) and THE SISTERS TOLCHINSKI (Rhode Island International Film Festival).

 

Chris is a 2015 Canadian Film Centre alumni and member of the Canadian Cinema Editors and Directors Guild of Canada.