An editor since 1986, Tania Nehme edited numerous documentaries, commercials and short dramas before she cut her first feature, EPSILON, for Rolf de Heer in 1995.
A graduate of the Australian Film Television & Radio School, Nehme was nominated for an Australian Film Institute [AFI] Award for Best Editor in 1991 for her work on the short drama ONCE IN A TIME.
Working as both picture and sound editor, THE TRACKER was the fifth feature Nehme has cut with de Heer, earning her Best Editor nominations at both the 2002 AFI Awards and the 2002 Film Critics Circle Awards.
Nehme also edited, DANCE ME TO MY SONG, THE SOUND OF ONE HAND CLAPPING and THE QUIET ROOM.
Apart from feature films, Nehme edited the Barron Television children's series CHUCK FINN, the SBS Australia documentary KUMARANGK 5214 and the Australian Film Commission funded short feature THE 13th HOUSE.
Nehme worked on her sixth feature collaboration with Rolf de Heer, ALEXANDRA'S PROJECT, which resulted in nominations for Best Editing for Film Critic's Circle and AFI awards in 2003.
As well as film editing nominations, Nehme also received nominations for an IF and AFI Award as part of the sound team for THE TRACKER (2002) and ALEXANDRA'S PROJECT (2003).
In 2004, Nehme won Best Editor at the IF Awards for THE OLD MAN WHO READ LOVE STORIES. In that year, she also received nominations for Best Editing at the Film Critic's Circle and AFI Awards.
Nehme was also edited her seventh feature film with de Heer, TEN CANOES.
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