Edmund Stenson
Edmund Stenson

Edmund Stenson’s work as director, producer and editor spans both documentary and fiction, and focuses on human rights and social issues. In 2018, he directed Finding Fukue, a short documentary for the CBC, and Other Desires, an experimental short which premiered at the Bristol Independent Film Festival in 2018. His 2015 edited documentary, The Roots Remain, won awards at RIDM, the Victoria International Film Festival, and the Wales Documentary Festival.

He has edited Canadian documentary television — in 2016 Le messager, and the 2017 miniseries, Ma vie Made in Canada — and numerous short fiction films, such as A Yakuza’s Melody (LA Film Awards) She Fell Away (London Short Film Festival) and The Guest (Summer Shorts). He has also cut documentary features such as Ghosts of Our Forest (Hot Docs 2017) and numerous short docs (the award-winning Sourtoe: The Story of the Sorry Cannibal, BravoFactual short Sexual Being and the Hot Docs 2017 film, The Long Way Home).