Cinematography, editing nominees


Many of the films in the running for the best picture Oscar also turned up Thursday on the lists of nominations from the American Cinema Editors and the American Society of Cinematographers.

Nominated for best edited dramatic feature film were “About Schmidt” (Kevin Tent), “Gangs of New York” (Thelma Schoonmaker), “The Hours” (Peter Boyle), “The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers” (Michael Horton) and “Minority Report” (Michael Kahn).

The nominees for best edited comedy or musical feature film were “About a Boy” (Nick Moore), “Adaptation” (Eric Zumbrunnen), “Chicago” (Martin Walsh), “My Big Fat Greek Wedding” (Mia Goldman) and “Punch Drunk Love” (Leslie Jones).


The movies nominated by the cinematographers were “Gangs of New York” (Michael Ballhaus), “The Pianist” (Pawel Edelman), “Road to Perdition” (Conrad Hall), “Far From Heaven” (Ed Lachman) and “Frida” (Rodrigo Prieto). Hall died Jan. 4 at age 76.

The cinematography winner will be announced at an awards ceremony Feb. 16 at the Century Plaza Hotel. The editing winners will be unveiled at an awards ceremony Feb. 23 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.


Lee Margulies