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Known For

Boyclops
Boyclops Editor
(2004)
Lexx
Lexx Editorial Department
(2000-2002)
The Event
The Event Editorial Department
(2003)
A Guy and a Girl
A Guy and a Girl Visual Effects
(2002)

Filmography

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 2008 Go Deep (TV Series documentary) (supervising editor - 2008)
 2003 The Event (assistant editor - as Carrie MacKenzie)
  Lexx (TV Series) (first assistant editor - 24 episodes, 2001 - 2002) (second assistant editor - 13 episodes, 2000)
- Yo Way Yo (2002) ... (first assistant editor - as Carrie MacKenzie)
- Lyekka vs. Japan (2002) ... (first assistant editor - as Carrie MacKenzie)
- Trip (2002) ... (first assistant editor - as Carrie MacKenzie)
- Viva Lexx Vegas (2002) ... (first assistant editor - as Carrie MacKenzie)
- ApocaLexx Now (2002) ... (first assistant editor - as Carrie MacKenzie)
 2001 Superships (TV Series) (on-line editor - 2 episodes)
- Eirik Raud: Oil Patch Explorer (2001) ... (on-line editor)
 1999 The Industry (TV Series) (assistant editor - 1 episode)
- Merger (1999) ... (assistant editor - as Carrie MacKenzie)
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Alternate Names:

Carrie McKenzie Long | Carrie MacKenzie

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