2000 Became the Resident Picture Editor at Shadow Shows for director Bruce McDonald the year he graduated from 'Film Production' at Ryerson Polytechnic University.
2002 - 2004 Edited and Co-Directed 'The Life and Times of Robbie Robertson' for CBC' with Bruce McDonald. Edited the infamous underground Mock-umentary 'Claire's Hat – The Unmaking of a Film', starring Juliette Lewis, Gina Gershon and Mickey Rourke.
2005 Directed and Edited ‘The Alma Drawings’, which won the award for Best Direction of a Short to Mid-Length Documentary at the Hot Docs Festival in 2005. 'The Alma Drawings' is broadcast on The Documentary Channel, Discovery, TVO and Vision TV.
2006 Lead editor on ‘The Tracey Fragments’ starring Ellen Page. The film was nominated for a Genie, for best achievement in editing.
2007 Munce’s efforts as Editor and Conceptual Designer for 'The Tracey Fragments' were recognized by the Manfred Salzgeber Award for Innovation at the Berlin International Film Festival.
2008 Edited McDonald’s critically acclaimed feature, ‘Pontypool’, starring Steven McHattie. The Tracey Fragments’ starring Ellen Page, played at the MoMA in New York in March, 2008 as part of the ‘Canadian Front’.
2009 - 2011 Edited ‘Water On The Table’, which won Best Feature Documentary at 2010’s Planet in Focus Festival in Toronto and was nominated for Best Socio-Political Documentary at 2010’s Gemini awards (The Donald Brittain Award). Edited 'Ecstasy' the screen adaption of the book by Irvine Welsh starring Kristen Kreuk, Billy Boyd, and Adam Sinclair.
2012 Co-wrote, co-directed and edited a short film with Toronto and Ontario Arts Council grants, ‘When I Was Young And In My Prime’.
2013 Editing with Peter Mettler on a multi-frame film documenting a Richie Hawtin show in Detroit. Co-writing and developing two feature-length dramatic films, ‘The Red Road’ and ‘What Rough Beast’. Continuing to take on innovative short format work as a director-editor through the commercial house ‘Scout Media’ (scoutmedia.ca).