Digital Artistry for the New Frontier
Cowgirls were the roughest and toughest groups of women in history; they were the first women to wear pants: Yeehaw!
Cowgirls Can Cut It Films creates visual communications and videos for the internet that are engaging, innovative and entertaining.
We are storytellers and trail blazers, who value quality and excellence mixed with lots of old school fun and charm!
We also want to do good, give a voice to the voiceless, and make a difference. We produce thought provoking films that encourage discussion and debate; currently, we are developing a documentary about Sexual Harassment, inspired by personal experience.
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Cynthia Helen Pandev has worked in post production as a professional editor for 20+ years. Her clients include Molson Canadian, Volkswagen Passat, Uniglobe Travel, Melitta Coffee, Quaker Oats Cereal, Turtles Chocolates, Tim Hortons, Kleenex, Kodak Film, BF Goodrich Tires, Coppertone Sunscreen, the Ontario Lottery Corporation, the International Olympic Committee, and the Ontario Government - to name a few.
Cynthia has edited numerous television documentaries, films and music videos, which have aired on major networks including City TV Movies, MUCH MUSIC, A&E, CBC Newsworld, Discovery USA and the National Geographic Channel and she was one of the first foreign editors to work in Bulgaria on a feature film co-production between Nu Boyana Film Studios, Great Britain, and Canada.
Cynthia counts working with Emmy award winning producer/director, Ann Petrie, as one of her career highlights. Ann and Cynthia worked together to edit a provocative six-part series for CBC and A&E ("Bly and Woodman: On Men and Women") hosted by the opinionated and best-selling authors, Robert Bly and Marion Woodman.
Cynthia's cut of the feature doc, "David Murray: “A Sculptor with Sound", was awarded a Gold Hugo at the Chicago International Film Festival. The film was profiled at the JVC Jazz Festival in Toronto, Canada. Cynthia edited a "Thelma & Louise" tribute montage, which was presented at Roy Thomson Hall to a sold out crowd as part of the film’s 20th anniversary celebration.
As a producer/videographer, Cynthia has shot and edited videos for LabourStart Global Solidarity Conference, CAA/Teens Learn To Drive, 15 and Fairness Campaign, Producers Ball at TIFF, and The Next Program.
Pay Your Interns! is Cynthia’s directorial debut. She also produced, wrote, shot and edited the documentary which she hopes will inspire and encourage young workers to speak out against free labour in the form of unpaid internships.
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