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  • Stardust
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    #176526

    Best Edited Documentary (Feature)
    Citizenfour

    Best Edited Animated Feature Film
    The Lego Movie

    Best Edited Feature Film (Comedy or Musical)
    The Grand Budapest Hotel

    Best Edited Feature Film (Dramatic)
    Boyhood

    http://deadline.com/2015/01/ace-eddie-awards-winners-2015-american-cinema-editors-awards-winners-list-1201363405/

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    24Emmy
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    #176528

    Best Edited Feature Film (Dramatic)
    Boyhood
    Sandra Adair, ACE

    Best Edited Feature Film (Comedy or Musical)
    The Grand Budapest Hotel
    Barney Pilling

    Best Edited Animated Feature Film
    The Lego Movie
    David Burrows & Chris McKay

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    GusCruz
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    #176529

    I absolutely love all these winners. Shame on that stupid committee for snubbing The Lego Movie…

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    Sandrine Onaissi
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    #176530

    I’m so happy for Boyhood that finally wins a guild award 👏 At least that shows the Academy doesn’t hate it

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    Ryan Lapierre
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    #176531

    Whiplash should have won. Just saying…

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    Sagand
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    #176532

    Boyhood takes another step down the Social Network path.

    In an odd way BIrdman losing makes it seem stronger, as the Oscar editing snub can be explained by the way it was edited rather than overall support.

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    FilmGuy619
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    #176533

    Nice that Boyhood won and it was quite a surprise that Grand Budapest Hotel won for the Comedy or Musical category. Even though Birdman lost, I don’t think it hurts tts momentum as much as it seems because it didn’t get a Film Editing nomination at the Oscars anyway. 

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    FreemanGriffin
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    #176534

    I hadn’t even thought of Barney Pilling as a contender for the Oscar for The Grand Budapest Hotel – I thought it was between Boyhood and Whiplash. Glad Boyhood won, would have been equally happy for Whiplash – both are incredibly well edited. Sandra Adair’s achievement is pulling together 12 years’ worth of material and making it into a coherent whole, and Tom Cross’s achievement is making drumming exciting on the screen. TGBH was exciting too though. I’m predicting Sandra Adair will win the Oscar.

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    Lord Freddy Blackfyre
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    #176535

    Boyhood should have been one hour short. This win is just lemming thinking.

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    GusCruz
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    #176536

    Boyhood takes another step down the Social Network path.

    In an odd way BIrdman losing makes it seem stronger, as the Oscar editing snub can be explained by the way it was edited rather than overall support.

    Hm, no. Birdman losing here was expected. What wasn’t expected was the snub with AMPAS given that it was nominated both for the guild and for BAFTA. It was quite shocking given that its subtlety is actually very showy, ironically. And it was a branch that knows the craft of editing that decided to shut it out. It had everything to be nominated and wasn’t. So not winning the Eddie is neither a problem or a bonus. Also: who doubts that there is overall support for a movie with 9 nominations?!

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    Evergreen
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    #176537

    Whiplash deserved best editing more than Boyhood. I would like to see the academy to make that correction. Watch out for The Grand Budapest Hotel especially at the Baftas it is still a threat.

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    Sagand
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    [quote=”TomGladston”]Boyhood takes another step down the Social Network path.

    In an odd way Birdman losing makes it seem stronger, as the Oscar editing snub can be explained by the way it was edited rather than overall support.

    Hm, no. Birdman losing here was expected. What wasn’t expected was the snub with AMPAS given that it was nominated both for the guild and for BAFTA. It was quite shocking given that its subtlety is actually very showy, ironically. And it was a branch that knows the craft of editing that decided to shut it out. It had everything to be nominated and wasn’t. So not winning the Eddie is neither a problem or a bonus. Also: who doubts that there is overall support for a movie with 9 nominations?![/quote]

    Losing here shows that if the guild only had had five nominees Birdman wouldn’t have been one of them, which in turn shows that AMPAS snub wasn’t in fact a snub but a reflection that Birdman’s editing team didn’t have much editing to do. 

    If Birdman had won here (which most expects, editors and users of the site predicted) it would have been much harder to dismiss the editing snub.  

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    endaugust
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    #176539

    I’m so happy for Boyhood that finally wins a guild award 👏 At least that shows the Academy doesn’t hate it

    It won last week for Arquette at the SAG.  So this is its second Guild award.  But yeah, I’m extra happy today. 

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    Riley
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    #176540

    Sagand’s logic seems backwards at first glance, but he actually makes a great point.  Here is an other way of looking at it.  Few held the
    frequent screenplay omissions against Gravity last year because
    it was not seen as a screenplay-driven film.  Whenever it was nominated
    for screenplay, it was seen as a surplus of support for the film
    overall.  We have been treating the Birdman editing omission as if Gravity
    had missed visual effects, but editors seem not to think that this is
    an editing-driven film, so we should just be brushing it aside.  The editing omission is not a near-miss that
    demonstrates not-quite-enough support like Clint Eastwood in directing;
    it was an utter rejection that should not be held against it  like Boyhood
    missing sound editing.  Sure, Birdman
    has gotten editing nominations from BAFTA and the guild, but it is a
    major Best Picture contender and both of those had expanded lineups. 
    Those should be seen as just going to show how strong Birdman is.

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    GusCruz
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    #176541

    [quote=”GustavoCruzESilva”][quote=”TomGladston”]Boyhood takes another step down the Social Network path.

    In an odd way Birdman losing makes it seem stronger, as the Oscar editing snub can be explained by the way it was edited rather than overall support.

    Hm, no. Birdman losing here was expected. What wasn’t expected was the snub with AMPAS given that it was nominated both for the guild and for BAFTA. It was quite shocking given that its subtlety is actually very showy, ironically. And it was a branch that knows the craft of editing that decided to shut it out. It had everything to be nominated and wasn’t. So not winning the Eddie is neither a problem or a bonus. Also: who doubts that there is overall support for a movie with 9 nominations?![/quote]

    Losing here shows that if the guild only had had five nominees Birdman wouldn’t have been one of them, which in turn shows that AMPAS snub wasn’t in fact a snub but a reflection that Birdman’s editing team didn’t have much editing to do. 

    If Birdman had won here (which most expects, editors and users of the site predicted) it would have been much harder to dismiss the editing snub.  [/quote]

    You can’t really say that. They only awarded two movies. There were still three spots left. I repeat: the BAFTAs nominated it.

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