Born in Montreal, Robert Jackson
has spent the last twenty-five years working as an editor, shaping the artistic visions of many award
winning filmmakers and producers. Robert is a graduate of both The Canadian Film Centre and
With over 50 hrs of content in both dramatic and documentary forms, Robert's editorial approach has enhanced productions from their
inception through to the final stages of production. Working primary in the Docu-Drama world on such shows as History's Betrayal,
CourtTV's Masterminds, Discovery's Cold Blood, OLN's Python Hunters and Fear Thy Neighbor.
With short films premiering at both TIFF and the Montreal Film Festival. At TIFF director Scott Smith's "Sssh", Jim Allodi's "Cold Feet"
and Paul Carriere's "Landscaping" and "Green" At MFF Annie Bradley's "Cocktail Confusion".
Robert is a graduate of both Ryerson and The Canadian Film and was nominated for a Gemini Award for editing the short film "Something to
Cry About" shot in Rob's basement for 10 thousand dollars, which received four nominations and won For Best Short film in 1997.
Working primary in the Docu-Drama world on such shows as History's Betrayal, CourtTV's Masterminds, Discovery's Cold Blood, OLN's Python
Hunters and Fear Thy Neighbor.
Robert also edited the 70th anniversary Juno Museum installation piece for Director Harvey Crossland depicting the storming of Juno,
consisting of narrated letter home cut to Archival footage.
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