Teresa Hannigan

Teresa Hannigan is a Canadian film editor.

Hannigan recently edited the Toronto International Film Festival’s “Best Canadian Feature Film” Cairo Time (2009), directed by Ruba Nadda. In 2008, Hannigan won the Directors Guild of Canada “Best Picture Editing” Award for Television Movie/Mini-Series for her work on David Wellington’s Would be Kings. Her numerous television editing credits include episodes of The Eleventh Hour, Flashpoint, and Ghostly Encounters. Hannigan received a "Best Picture Editing" Gemini Award nomination for an episode of The Eleventh Hour.[1]

In 2006, Hannigan directed and edited the short drama Snapshots of Henry, which earned her a Genie nomination for “Best Live Action Short Drama”.

Hannigan is a member of the Canadian Cinema Editors[2] honours society.


  1. ^ "Canada's Awards Database". Retrieved 20 January 2010.
  2. ^ "Member Directory". Canadian Cinema Editors. Retrieved 20 January 2010.

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