Eamonn O’Connor has been working for more than fourteen years as a documentary editor and story editor. A graduate of both Queen’s University and Sheridan College’s Advanced Film and Television program, Eamonn began his career as an assistant editor on Mark Achbar's award-winning film, The Corporation.
A strong collaborator, Eamonn O'Connor is best known for his solid reputation as an editor of international award-winning feature documentary films. These include, The Messenger, directed by Su Rynard, which won 8 major international awards and was nominated for the Canadian Cinema Editor (CCE) award for Best Editing in a Feature Documentary; Revolution, directed by Rob Stewart, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, which won numerous awards including Audience Awards for Best Documentary at the Atlantic Film Festival, Victoria Film Festival, and the Vancouver International Film Festival; Music From the Big House, directed by Bruce Mcdonald, was an Official Selection in the International Documentary Association Docuweek and won Best Canadian Documentary at the Edmonton International Film Festival.
Eamonn also edited the award-winning mini-series, Yonge Street Rock and Roll Stories, directed by Bruce McDonald, which won a Gemini and a Silver Screen Award at the International Film and Video Festival. This past year Eamonn completed the feature film version of the Emmy-nominated, and Oscar shortlisted short film, My Enemy My Brother, directed by Ann Shin. The film premiered at the Hotdocs film festival in Toronto in 2017.
Eamonn lives in Toronto with his wife Kristen and their two children, Rhys and Nieve.