About Michèle Hozer
Michèle Hozer, a two-time Gemini award-winning documentary editor, has been working in the Canadian film industry since 1987. She started her career at The National Film Board of Canada, working first in production, and then as an editor. She received her first Gemini in 2000 for The Nature of Things on their millennium special Race for the Future.
In August 2001, Hozer established The Cutting Factory, ensuring the best possible editing environment within the audio post facility of Kitchen Sync. She has cut over 50 documentaries, including award-winning series such as The Baby Human, The Undefended Border, and China Rises, arts documentaries like Can’t Stop Now with Karen Kain and Jiri Kilean, and social issue films such as Tsepong: A Clinic called Hope. She has worked with Peter Raymont for 8 years, winning her second Gemini for editing the critically-acclaimed feature length documentary Shake Hands with the Devil: The Journey of Roméo Dallaire. Other recent credits include Triage: The Dilemma of Dr. James Orbinski, a Sundance world premiere, and A Promise to the Dead: The Exile Journey of Ariel Dorfman, which had its world premiere at the 2007 Toronto International Film Festival, was shortlisted for an Oscar, and received two Gemini awards, including Best Social Political Documentary.