Dann Cahn, the editorial supervisor on "I Love Lucy" who pioneered the editing of television shows shot in the new three-camera system, died of natural causes on Nov. 21 in Los Angeles.
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"The Descendants," "The Artist" and "Rango" took feature film kudos as the American Cinema Editors gave out their ACE Eddie Awards.
"Gossip Girl" thesp Katie Cassidy is in negotiations to play the female lead in Charlie Matthau's adaptation of Elmore Leonard's crime novel "Freaky Deaky."
Stanley Frazen, former president of the American Cinema Editors and the Motion Picture Editors Guild and the editor on numerous TV shows beginning in the 1950s, died Jan. 23. He was 91.
Film editor Carol Littleton ("The Big Chill") will receive her guild's Fellowship and Service award.
The Motion Picture Editors Guild has selected veteran film editor Donn Cambern to receive the org's inaugural Fellowship & Service Award.
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