Mandy Leith

Mandy Leith

Mandy Leith

Through her love of film and its potential to inspire change, Mandy Leith has worked in film and television for more than 25 years, focusing on socio-political and environmental documentaries. Mandy began her editing career at the BBC in London, England and after moving to Canada in 1989 worked for the National Film Board of Canada in Montreal. She moved to Victoria, BC in 2000, where she now works with the local independent film and television community as a producer, editor and teacher. Her recent editing credits include award-winning documentaries such as The Man We Called Juan Carlos (2001, Asterisk Productions), The Friendship Village (2003, Cypress Park Productions), From Baghdad to Peace Country (2003, NFB), Rainwolves (2004, Rainshadow Media), Breaking Ranks (2006, Screen Siren Pictures) and Art is a Mirror (2006, Moonbeam Productions).

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