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‘Trial of the Chicago 7’ Triumphs at Ace Eddie Awards

Editor Alan Baumgarten’s work on Aaron Sorkin’s drama “The Trial of the Chicago 7″ topped the American Cinema Editors Awards in a virtual ceremony.Baumgarten beat out competition from “Sound of Metal,” “Mank,” “Minari” and “Nomadland.”In other categories, Pixar’s “Soul” continued to collect awards, winning best edited animated feature, while “Palm Springs” won best edited feature […]

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2021 Ace Eddies: ‘Trial of the Chicago 7’ Takes Film Drama Prize, ‘Ozark,’ ‘Ted Lasso,’ ‘Queen’s Gambit’ for TV

With just eight days to go before the Academy Awards, “The Trial of the Chicago 7” took the top prize at the Ace Eddie Awards, winning Best Edited Feature Film (Dramatic), for acclaimed editor Alan Baumgarten Matthew Friedman and Andrew Dickler won Best Edited Feature Film (Comedy) for “Palm Springs,” which did not receive any […]

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‘Trial of the Chicago 7,’ ‘Palm Springs’ & ‘Queen’s Gambit’ Top Ace Eddie Awards Winners

You can hire the best actors, the best screenwriter, and the most inspired director, but without top-tier editing, the result can be an embarrassing mess. The American Cinema Editors are the best of the best in keeping Hollywood moving, especially during a pandemic-effected era. The organization handed out their Ace Eddie Awards on Saturday with […]

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‘Nomadland’ sets sights on Oscars after latest win at PGA awards

Soul, My Octopus Teacher, The Crown, Hamilton among other winners.Searchlight Pictures’ Nomadland has added the PGA Award to its trophy cabinet as it sets its sights on the Academy Awards on April 25.Mollye Asher, Dan Janvey, Frances McDormand, Peter Spears, and history-making Chloé Zhao beat nine other sets of producers in a strong field to […]

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Netflix’s ‘Crip Camp’ Leads International Documentary Association Awards Nominations

Leading the International Documentary Association Documentary Awards nominees with five nominations is “Crip Camp,” Netflix’s look back at an influential activist summer camp for the disabled, followed by Garrett Bradley’s poetic black-and-white “Time” (Amazon Studios) and Sam Pollard’s 60s archival dive “MLK/FBI” (IFC Films) with four noms each.“The Truffle Hunters” (Sony Pictures Classics) scored three […]

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