Awards

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Review: 'The Overture'

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A fictitious biopic inspired by the last great master of the ranard-ek (the Thai wooden xylophone) doesn't sound like a surefire hit, but "The Overture" is worth tuning in for. Despite a tendency to…

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The splice is right, but . . .

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With computer technology allowing them to do more for directors than ever, and job challenges increasing, film and TV editors say the gap between the importance of their role and the size of their…

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ACE nominees

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FEATURE FILM (DRAMATIC) Walter Murch “Cold Mountain,” fifth nom Jamie Selkirk “The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King,” first nom Lee Smith “Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World,”…

Marketplace

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Garry Marshall

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Prolific director-producer Garry Marshall feels an affinity with the American Cinema Editors. In fact, he considers editing to be especially important to his filmmaking style: "I'm the type of…

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Donn Cambern, ACE

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Donn Cambern was working as a TV music editor on the late-1960s skein "The Monkees" when series supervising editor Jerry Shepard recommended him to Dennis Hopper to cut "Easy Rider" -- the credit…

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