* Has won several Gemini Awards
* Has directed an episode of Billable Hours and two episodes of Being Erica.
* Earned a Gemini Award for his work on Jennifer Baichwal’s documentary The Holier It Gets
Film & Television
Genie and Gemini award winning film editor David Wharnsby may live in Toronto, but he has roots in Waterloo Region.
David has worked on projects such as:
* CBC’s miniseries Northern Town
* At the Hotel
* I, Claudia
* The Uncles
* The Newsroom (Gemini winner)
* Foreign Objects (Gemini winner)
* Short “I shout love” by Sarah Polley (Genie winner)
* Sarabande (Gemini winner)
* The Four Seasons (Emmy-nominated)
* Don Giovanni Unmasked (Emmy-nominated)
* Century Hotel
* Three Stories (Genie-nominated)
* The True Meaning of Picutres (Gemini winner)
* Let it Come Down: The Life of Paul Bowles (Emmy winner)
He has also directed an episode of Billable Hours and two episodes of Being Erica.
David earned a Gemini Award for his work on Jennifer Baichwal’s documentary The Holier It Gets and a Genie for his contribution to Guy Maddin’s The Saddest Music In the World.
The rest of David’s family is also in the entertainment business: his mother Marnie hosted a children’s TV show in the 1960s (CKCO-TV) and his brother Tim is a sports reporter for CBC Sports.