ACE sets noms for movie, TV Eddies

“The English Patient,” “Evita,” “Fargo,” “The Rock” and “Shine” were the nominees Thursday for the American Cinema Editors’ Eddie Awards, to be handed out March 15.

The awards, given for best editing in movies and TV, will be held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.

Garnering nominations for best-edited miniseries were TNT’s “Andersonville” and CBS’ “In Cold Blood” and “Ruby Ridge.” Two-hour movie nominees for TV with commercials included the Family Channel’s “Apollo 11” and TNT’s “Crazy Horse” and “The Man Who Captured Eichmann.”

In other categories, “Chicago Hope,” “ER” and “The X-Files” will compete in the one-hour series category, while “The Larry Sanders Show,” “Seinfeld” and “3rd Rock From the Sun” are up for half-hour series.

The nominees are:

Feature film: Walter Murch, “The English Patient” (Miramax); Gerry Hambling, “Evita” (Hollywood Pictures); Roderik Jaynes, “Fargo” (Gramercy); Richard Francis-Bruce, “The Rock” (Hollywood); and Pip Karmel, “Shine.” (Fine Line).

TV miniseries episode: Paul Rubell, “Andersonville: Part Two” (TNT); Michael Ornstein, “In Cold Blood: Part Two” (CBS); Benjamin Weissman and Dennis Vejar, “Ruby Ridge: An America Tragedy — Part Two” (CBS).

Two-hour movie, commercial television: Allan Holzman, “Apollo 11” (Family Channel); Mark Conte, “Crazy Horse” (TNT); Drake Silliman, “The Man Who Captured Eichmann” (TNT).

One-hour TV series: Randy Roberts, “Chicago Hope: Transplanted Affection” (CBS); Randy Morgan, “ER: The Healers” (NBC); Heather MacDougall, “The X-Files: Unrhue” (Fox).

Half-hour series: Leslie Tolan and Sean V. Lambert, “The Larry Sanders Show: Everybody Loves Larry” (HBO); Skip Collector, “Seinfeld: Career Day” (NBC); Briana London, “3rd Rock From the Sun: Dick Like Me” (NBC).

Documentary: Pasquale Buba, William A. Anderson and Ned Bastille, “Looking for Richard” (Fox Searchlight); Barry D. Nye and David Hughes, “National Geographic Special: Last Feast of the Crocodiles” (NBC); Paul Seydor, “The Wild Bunch: An Album in Montage” (Warner Bros.).

Two-hour movie, non-commercial TV: Zach Staenberg, “Gotti” (HBO); Michael N. Knue, “Lily Dale” (Showtime); Alan Baumgarten, “Losing Chase”(Showtime).

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