‘Boyhood,’ ‘Grand Budapest Hotel,’ ‘Lego Movie’ win editing honors
“Boyhood,” “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” “The Lego Movie” and “Citizenfour” made the cut, winning the 65th American Cinema Editors Eddie Awards for best edited feature films of 2014 on Friday evening.
Sandra Adair won the award for dramatic film for editing Richard Linklater’s coming-of-age saga “Boyhood,” while Barney Pilling won the award for comedy/musical for cutting Wes Anderson’s concierge caper, “Grand Budapest.”
Adair and Pilling are also Oscar nominees for film editing.
“Lego” editors David Burrows and Chris McKay claimed the prize for animated feature, while “Citizenfour” editor Mathilde Bonnefoy won the documentary award.
Producer Frank Marshall (“Raiders of the Lost Ark,” “Back to the Future,” “The Sixth Sense”) received the Golden Eddie Filmmaker of the Year honor, which was presented by Chris Pratt, star of Marshall’s upcoming “Jurassic World.”
Career awards were bestowed upon Diane Adler and Jerry Greenberg.
On the television side, winners included “Veep” (Anthony Boys), “Sherlock” (Yan Miles), “True Detective” (Affonso Goncalves), “The Normal Heart” (Adam Penn) and “Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown” (Hunter Gross).
The full list of winners:
BEST EDITED FEATURE FILM (DRAMATIC)
Sandra Adair, ACE
BEST EDITED FEATURE FILM (COMEDY OR MUSICAL)
“The Grand Budapest Hotel”
BEST EDITED ANIMATED FEATURE FILM
“The Lego Movie”
David Burrows and Chris McKay
BEST EDITED DOCUMENTARY (FEATURE)
BEST EDITED DOCUMENTARY (TELEVISION)
The Roosevelts: An Intimate History: Episode 3 / The Fire of Life
BEST EDITED HALF-HOUR SERIES FOR TELEVISION
Veep: “Special Relationship”
BEST EDITED ONE-HOUR SERIES FOR COMMERCIAL TELEVISION
“Sherlock”: “His Last Vow”
BEST EDITED ONE-HOUR SERIES FOR NON-COMMERCIAL TELEVISION
“True Detective”: “Who Goes There”
BEST EDITED MINISERIES OR MOTION PICTURE FOR TELEVISION
“The Normal Heart”
BEST EDITED NON-SCRIPTED SERIES
“Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown: Iran”
BEST STUDENT EDITING
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