RDG
Roger Grant is a highly-experienced editor and post-producer of live and animated television drama, features, short films and documentaries. heis currently post producing Kim Webby's feature documentary From Raids to Reconiliation and Tearepa Kahi's feature Poi E.

In 2005 he established Conbrio Media in Auckland to promote HD post-production of features and television using Final Cut Pro and AVID editing systems.

Working as a producer for Digital Post Ltd he oversaw VFX post on features and international tv series, including the Spartacus series, Mt Zion, Beyond the Edge, Giselle, Love Birds, The Most Fun You Can Have Dying.

Previously Roger established New Zealand’s first Avid facility, TopStory Productions, where he developed his reputation for mentoring new editors. Key productions Roger supervised during this time include the feature Topless Women Talk About Their Lives. He also edited many television drama series including the Nga Puna and Tala Pasifika series of Maori and Polynesian stories.

For a period he lived in Sydney Australia, where he established a Final Cut Pro editing facility for Yoram Gross-EMTV, a leading animation producer, for whom he edited the animated feature Tabaluga and Leo as well as supervising hundreds of hours of animated television.

Roger has always taken a strong interest in supporting up-and-coming filmmakers and extended this interest into executive producing short films together with Christina Milligan and Rawiri Paratene under the banner shorts conbrio.

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