Since 2006, iSplice Films has been expertly handling film and television post production. Working with startups, all the way to industry leading companies. iSplice Films has always maintained a very high degree of quality to their work, ensuring total client satisfaction.
With more than 25 years in the Film and Television industry, multi award winning editor and post production specialist Bruce Little is currently living and working in Winnipeg, Manitoba, where he operates iSplice Films, a full service Post Production facility.
In 1987, at the age of 15, Bruce began his Film and TV career at the Manitoba Television Network (MTN) in his home town of Portage la Prairie, Manitoba. MTN's fresh new signal covered most of the province from it's head facility in Portage and their sister stations in Dauphin, Brandon and Winnipeg. At MTN Bruce quickly learned the workings of the entire facility and by the age of 17 was directing their top live programs, and working in their cutting edge A/B roll edit suites.
A few years later, Bruce relocated to Vancouver where he expanded his skill set, freelancing on various film and television projects. His experience led him into consulting as well as setting up a post facility on one of Vancouver's Gulf Islands.
Years later, Bruce re-joined Manitoba's film and television community, continuing to broaden his career and commitment to excellence and innovation in the Post Production field.
In Winnipeg, Bruce helped shape Mid Canada Productions into a thriving Post facility and ushered many film and television projects through their doors.
From his positions as picture editor, online editor, sound editor, sound engineer, re-recording engineer, and post production supervisor, there was no project that he didn't enjoy putting his creative and technical touch on.
In 2006, Bruce joined forces with Winnipeg editor/researcher Julie Hackett and decided to open the doors of iSplice Films, a small boutique post house that catered to a number of their long time clients.
In 2011 iSplice Films acquired a larger studio with long time colleagues at White Ink Digital Post and Audio 64+ Live, and currently have their studio at 309 Wardlaw Avenue in Winnipeg's Osborne Village area.
For the last 20 years, Julie Hackett has worked in the Winnipeg film and TV industry as a Feature Film Assistant editor, Documentary editor, writer and researcher who does clearances in her spare time! Julie is a jury committee member for Yorkton Short Film Festival (YFF) since 2008; North America’s longest running short film festival.
As a partner in Winnipeg based iSplice Films, Julie has expanded her skills to include Descriptive video services and Combined Continuity and Spotting Lists, and clocks time each year as a guest speaker and editor for the National Screen Institute’s New Voices program for Aboriginal Students from across Canada.
Julie’s credits include: “Alice and Kevin” which was shortlisted to screen at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights and ImagiNative Film Festival, "The Illegal Eater", "Escape or Die", "The Prairie Diner", "Cashing In", "As Seen On TV: The K Tel Story", "Drug Deals: The Brave New World of Prescription Drugs" "Pioneer Quest", "The Adventures of Shirley Holmes" and the gangland drama "Stryker".
Julie is currently developing an historical food documentary series with ethno-botanist Wade Davis that she will write and direct.
While a newer player in the Film and Television industry, Lucas grasps onto new concepts and technologies quickly and naturally; with a keen eye for taste and quality. He currently works in Winnipeg's full service Post Production facility, iSplice Films.
Lucas began his professional career in 2009 working for Seccuris Inc, a Winnipeg based Information Technology (IT) security company where he built our a wide array of transferable skills. He then began working where he is today at iSplice Films in a variety of roles such as editor, developer, sysop, designer, and more.
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