Eugene Weis has worked in the film industry as an Editor for the last 10 years entrusted by the top Directors and industry professionals in the Canadian film business.
His most recent work as Editor of Milk, premiered at Hotdocs 2015 in Toronto and was nominated for best feature documentary at the 2015 Hollywood Film Festival. Weis also edited The Poet of Havana, winner of the Audience Choice Award for Best Documentary at the 2015 Gasparilla International Film Festival as well as the Jury Award for Best Documentary at the 2016 Edmonton International Film Festival. The Poet of Havana aired on HBO Latino across the United States in October of 2015 and will be airing on HBO Canada in 2016.
Who The F**K Is Arthur Fogel, which garnered Eugene a nomination for “Best Picture Editor” by the Canadian Academy of Motion Pictures (2015), aired on HBO Canada and can be spotted on Netflix.
Select titles from his filmography include: Positive Women: Exposing Injustice with Producer and Director Alison Duke, a film uncovering the facts about the criminalization of HIV Positive women living in Canada for non-disclosure; Desert Riders with Director Vic Sarin, an exploration on the controversial issue of child trafficking in the UAE; Teaching the Life of Music with Director David New, a film that examines music education as a form of outreach with children living in poverty; Let’s Talk About It, which gave Weis the opportunity to work alongside Academy Award nominated Director Deepa Mehta; The Forgotten Woman, which won the Best Documentary award at the Hollywood Film Festival in 2008.