Academy Award for Best Film Editing

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Academy Award for Best Film Editing
Country United States
Presented by Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS)
First awarded 1934
Currently held by Margaret Sixel
Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)
Official website oscars.org
Thelma Schoonmaker and Columba Powell at the Cannes Film Festival (2009). Schoonmaker is among the deans of film editing; Powell is the son of Michael Powell, a prominent film director to whom Schoonmaker was married until his death in 1990.

The Academy Award for Best Film Editing is one of the annual awards of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS). Nominations for this award are closely correlated with the Academy Award for Best Picture. For 33 consecutive years, 1981 to 2013, every Best Picture winner had also been nominated for the Film Editing Oscar, and about two thirds of the Best Picture winners have also won for Film Editing.[1][2] Only the principal, "above the line" editor(s) as listed in the film's credits are named on the award; additional editors, supervising editors, etc. are not presently eligible.[3] The nominations for this Academy Award are determined by a ballot of the voting members of the Editing Branch of the Academy; there were 220 members of the Editing Branch in 2012.[4] The members may vote for up to five of the eligible films in the order of their preference; the five films with the largest vote totals are selected as nominees.[3] The Academy Award itself is selected from the nominated films by a subsequent ballot of all active and life members of the Academy. This process is essentially the reverse of that of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA); nominations for the BAFTA Award for Best Editing are done by a general ballot of Academy voters, and the winner is selected by members of the editing chapter.[5]

History[edit]

This award was first given for films released in 1934. The name of this award is occasionally changed; in 2008, it was listed as the Academy Award for Achievement in Film Editing.

Four film editors have won this award three times in their career:

To date, two film directors have won this award, James Cameron and Alfonso Cuarón for the films Titanic and Gravity respectively. Directors David Lean, Joel and Ethan Coen (under the alias Roderick Jaynes), and Jean-Marc Vallée (under the alias John Mac McMurphy) have been nominated for editing their own films, with Cameron, Cuarón, and the Coens each being nominated for the award twice. Additionally, Best Film Editing winner, Walter Murch, although known for film editing and sound, directed the Oscar nominated Return to Oz and is, to date, the only person with Oscars for both sound engineering and film editing, winning them in the same year for his work on The English Patient.

Superlatives[edit]

Category Name Superlative Year Notes
Most Awards Michael Kahn
Thelma Schoonmaker
Daniel Mandell
Ralph Dawson
3 awards
3 awards
3 awards
3 awards
1998
2006
1960
1938
Awards resulted from 8 nominations
Awards resulted from 7 nominations
Awards resulted from 5 nominations
Awards resulted from 4 nominations
Most Nominations Michael Kahn 8 nominations 2012 Nominations resulted in 3 awards
Most Nominations Without a Win Gerry Hambling
Frederic Knudtson
6 nominations 1996
1963
Died in 2013
Died in 1964

Superlatives taken from a document published by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.[6]

Nominations and awards[edit]

These listings are based on the Awards Database maintained by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.[7]

  indicates the winner

1930s[edit]

Year Film Editor(s)
1934
(7th)
Eskimo Conrad A. Nervig
Cleopatra Anne Bauchens
One Night of Love Gene Milford
1935
(8th)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Ralph Dawson
David Copperfield Robert J. Kern
The Informer George Hively
Les Misérables Barbara McLean
The Lives of a Bengal Lancer Ellsworth Hoagland
Mutiny on the Bounty Margaret Booth
1936
(9th)
Anthony Adverse Ralph Dawson
Come and Get It Edward Curtiss
The Great Ziegfeld William S. Gray
Lloyd's of London Barbara McLean
A Tale of Two Cities Conrad A. Nervig
Theodora Goes Wild Otto Meyer
1937
(10th)
Lost Horizon Gene Havlick, Gene Milford
The Awful Truth Al Clark
Captains Courageous Elmo Veron
The Good Earth Basil Wrangell
One Hundred Men and a Girl Bernard W. Burton
1938
(11th)
The Adventures of Robin Hood Ralph Dawson
Alexander's Ragtime Band Barbara McLean
The Great Waltz Tom Held
Test Pilot Tom Held
You Can't Take It with You Gene Havlick
1939
(12th)
Gone with the Wind Hal C. Kern, James E. Newcom
Goodbye, Mr. Chips Charles Frend
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington Gene Havlick, Al Clark
The Rains Came Barbara McLean
Stagecoach Otho Lovering, Dorothy Spencer

1940s[edit]

Year Editor(s) Film
1940
(13th)
North West Mounted Police Anne Bauchens
The Grapes of Wrath Robert L. Simpson
The Letter Warren Low
The Long Voyage Home Sherman Todd
Rebecca Hal C. Kern
1941
(14th)
Sergeant York William Holmes
Citizen Kane Robert Wise
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Harold F. Kress
How Green Was My Valley James B. Clark
The Little Foxes Daniel Mandell
1942
(15th)
The Pride of the Yankees Daniel Mandell
Mrs. Miniver Harold F. Kress
The Talk of the Town Otto Meyer
This Above All Walter Thompson
Yankee Doodle Dandy George Amy
1943
(16th)
Air Force George Amy
Casablanca Owen Marks
Five Graves to Cairo Doane Harrison
For Whom the Bell Tolls Sherman Todd, John F. Link Sr.
The Song of Bernadette Barbara McLean
1944
(17th)
Wilson Barbara McLean
Going My Way LeRoy Stone
Janie Owen Marks
None but the Lonely Heart Roland Gross
Since You Went Away Hal C. Kern, James E. Newcom
1945
(18th)
National Velvet Robert J. Kern
The Bells of St. Mary's Harry Marker
The Lost Weekend Doane Harrison
Objective, Burma! George Amy
A Song to Remember Charles Nelson
1946
(19th)
The Best Years of Our Lives Daniel Mandell
It's a Wonderful Life William Hornbeck
The Jolson Story William A. Lyon
The Killers Arthur Hilton
The Yearling Harold F. Kress
1947
(20th)
Body and Soul Francis Lyon, Robert Parrish
The Bishop's Wife Monica Collingwood
Gentleman's Agreement Harmon Jones
Green Dolphin Street George White
Odd Man Out Fergus McDonnell
1948
(21st)
The Naked City Paul Weatherwax
Joan of Arc Frank Sullivan
Johnny Belinda David Weisbart
Red River Christian Nyby
The Red Shoes Reginald Mills
1949
(22nd)
Champion Harry Gerstad
All the King's Men Robert Parrish, Al Clark
Battleground John Dunning
Sands of Iwo Jima Richard L. Van Enger
The Window Frederic Knudtson

1950s[edit]

Year Film Editor(s)
1950
(23rd)
King Solomon's Mines Conrad A. Nervig
All About Eve Barbara McLean
Annie Get Your Gun James E. Newcom
Sunset Boulevard Arthur P. Schmidt, Doane Harrison
The Third Man Oswald Hafenrichter
1951
(24th)
A Place in the Sun William Hornbeck
An American in Paris Adrienne Fazan
Decision Before Dawn Dorothy Spencer
Quo Vadis Ralph E. Winters
The Well Chester Schaeffer
1952
(25th)
High Noon Elmo Williams, Harry Gerstad
Come Back, Little Sheba Warren Low
Flat Top William Austin
The Greatest Show on Earth Anne Bauchens
Moulin Rouge Ralph Kemplen
1953
(26th)
From Here to Eternity William A. Lyon
Crazylegs Irvine (Cotton) Warburton
The Moon Is Blue Otto Ludwig
Roman Holiday Robert Swink
The War of the Worlds Everett Douglas
1954
(27th)
On the Waterfront Gene Milford
The Caine Mutiny William A. Lyon, Henry Batista
The High and the Mighty Ralph Dawson
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers Ralph E. Winters
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Elmo Williams
1955
(28th)
Picnic Charles Nelson, William A. Lyon
Blackboard Jungle Ferris Webster
The Bridges at Toko-Ri Alma Macrorie
Oklahoma! Gene Ruggiero, George Boemler
The Rose Tattoo Warren Low
1956
(29th)
Around the World in 80 Days Gene Ruggiero, Paul Weatherwax
The Brave One Merrill G. White
Giant William Hornbeck, Philip W. Anderson, Fred Bohanan
Somebody Up There Likes Me Albert Akst
The Ten Commandments Anne Bauchens
1957
(30th)
The Bridge on the River Kwai Peter Taylor
Gunfight at the O.K. Corral Warren Low
Pal Joey Viola Lawrence, Jerome Thoms
Sayonara Arthur P. Schmidt, Philip W. Anderson
Witness for the Prosecution Daniel Mandell
1958
(31st)
Gigi Adrienne Fazan
Auntie Mame William H. Ziegler
Cowboy William A. Lyon, Al Clark
The Defiant Ones Frederic Knudtson
I Want to Live! William Hornbeck
1959
(32nd)
Ben-Hur Ralph E. Winters, John D. Dunning
Anatomy of a Murder Louis R. Loeffler
North by Northwest George Tomasini
The Nun's Story Walter Thompson
On the Beach Frederic Knudtson

1960s[edit]

Year Film Editor(s)
1960
(33rd)
The Apartment Daniel Mandell
The Alamo Stuart Gilmore
Inherit the Wind Frederic Knudtson
Pepe Viola Lawrence, Al Clark
Spartacus Robert Lawrence
1961
(34th)
West Side Story Thomas Stanford
Fanny William H. Reynolds
The Guns of Navarone Alan Osbiston
Judgment at Nuremberg Frederic Knudtson
The Parent Trap Philip W. Anderson
1962
(36th)
Lawrence of Arabia Anne V. Coates
The Longest Day Samuel E. Beetley
The Manchurian Candidate Ferris Webster
The Music Man William H. Ziegler
Mutiny on the Bounty John McSweeney, Jr.
1963
(36th)
How the West Was Won Harold F. Kress
The Cardinal Louis R. Loeffler
Cleopatra Dorothy Spencer
The Great Escape Ferris Webster
It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World Frederic Knudtson (posthumous nomination), Robert C. Jones, Gene Fowler, Jr.
1964
(37th)
Mary Poppins Cotton Warburton
Becket Anne V. Coates
Father Goose Ted J. Kent
Hush… Hush, Sweet Charlotte Michael Luciano
My Fair Lady William H. Ziegler
1965
(38th)
The Sound of Music William H. Reynolds
Cat Ballou Charles Nelson
Doctor Zhivago Norman Savage
The Flight of the Phoenix Michael Luciano
The Great Race Ralph E. Winters
1966
(39th)
Grand Prix Fredric Steinkamp, Henry Berman, Stewart Linder, Frank Santillo
Fantastic Voyage William B. Murphy
The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming Hal Ashby, J. Terry Williams
The Sand Pebbles William H. Reynolds
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Sam O'Steen
1967
(40th)
In the Heat of the Night Hal Ashby
Beach Red Frank P. Keller
The Dirty Dozen Michael Luciano
Doctor Dolittle Samuel E. Beetley, Marjorie Fowler
Guess Who's Coming to Dinner Robert C. Jones
1968
(41st)
Bullitt Frank P. Keller
Funny Girl Robert Swink, Maury Winetrobe, William Sands
The Odd Couple Frank Bracht
Oliver! Ralph Kemplen
Wild in the Streets Fred Feitshans, Eve Newman
1969
(42nd)
Z Françoise Bonnot
Hello, Dolly! William H. Reynolds
Midnight Cowboy Hugh A. Robertson
The Secret of Santa Vittoria William A. Lyon, Earle Herdan
They Shoot Horses, Don't They? Fredric Steinkamp

1970s[edit]

Year Film Editor(s)
1970
(43rd)
Patton Hugh S. Fowler
Airport Stuart Gilmore
M*A*S*H Danford B. Greene
Tora! Tora! Tora! James E. Newcom, Pembroke J. Herring, Inoue Chikaya
Woodstock Thelma Schoonmaker
1971
(44th)
The French Connection Gerald B. Greenberg
A Clockwork Orange Bill Butler
The Andromeda Strain Stuart Gilmore (posthumous nomination), John W. Holmes
Kotch Ralph E. Winters
Summer of '42 Folmar Blangsted
1972
(45th)
Cabaret David Bretherton
Deliverance Tom Priestley
The Godfather William H. Reynolds, Peter Zinner
The Hot Rock Frank P. Keller, Fred W. Berger
The Poseidon Adventure Harold F. Kress
1973
(46th)
The Sting William H. Reynolds
American Graffiti Verna Fields, Marcia Lucas
The Day of the Jackal Ralph Kemplen
The Exorcist Jordan Leondopoulos, Bud Smith, Evan Lottman, Norman Gay
Jonathan Livingston Seagull Frank P. Keller, James Galloway
1974
(47th)
The Towering Inferno Harold F. Kress, Carl Kress
Blazing Saddles John C. Howard, Danford B. Greene
Chinatown Sam O'Steen
Earthquake Dorothy Spencer
The Longest Yard Michael Luciano
1975
(48th)
Jaws Verna Fields
Dog Day Afternoon Dede Allen
The Man Who Would Be King Russell Lloyd
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest Richard Chew, Lynzee Klingman, Sheldon Kahn
Three Days of the Condor Fredric Steinkamp, Don Guidice
1976
(49th)
Rocky Richard Halsey, Scott Conrad
All the President's Men Robert L. Wolfe
Bound for Glory Robert C. Jones, Pembroke J. Herring
Network Alan Heim
Two-Minute Warning Eve Newman, Walter Hannemann
1977
(50th)
Star Wars Paul Hirsch, Marcia Lucas, Richard Chew
Close Encounters of the Third Kind Michael Kahn
Julia Walter Murch
Smokey and the Bandit Walter Hannemann, Angelo Ross
The Turning Point William H. Reynolds
1978
(51st)
The Deer Hunter Peter Zinner
The Boys from Brazil Robert E. Swink
Coming Home Don Zimmerman
Midnight Express Gerry Hambling
Superman Stuart Baird
1979
(52nd)
All That Jazz Alan Heim
Apocalypse Now Richard Marks, Walter Murch, Gerald B. Greenberg, Lisa Fruchtman
The Black Stallion Robert Dalva
Kramer vs. Kramer Gerald B. Greenberg
The Rose Robert L. Wolfe, C. Timothy O'Meara

1980s[edit]

Year Film Editor(s)
1980
(53rd)
Raging Bull Thelma Schoonmaker
Coal Miner's Daughter Arthur Schmidt
The Competition David Blewitt
The Elephant Man Anne V. Coates
Fame Gerry Hambling
1981
(54th)
Raiders of the Lost Ark Michael Kahn
Chariots of Fire Terry Rawlings
The French Lieutenant's Woman John Bloom
On Golden Pond Robert L. Wolfe (posthumous nomination)
Reds Dede Allen, Craig McKay
1982
(55th)
Gandhi John Bloom
Das Boot Hannes Nikel
E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial Carol Littleton
An Officer and a Gentleman Peter Zinner
Tootsie Fredric Steinkamp, William Steinkamp
1983
(56th)
The Right Stuff Glenn Farr, Lisa Fruchtman, Stephen A. Rotter, Douglas Stewart, Tom Rolf
Blue Thunder Frank Morriss, Edward Abroms
Flashdance Bud Smith, Walt Mulconery
Silkwood Sam O'Steen
Terms of Endearment Richard Marks
1984
(57th)
The Killing Fields Jim Clark
Amadeus Nena Danevic, Michael Chandler
The Cotton Club Barry Malkin, Robert Q. Lovett
A Passage to India David Lean
Romancing the Stone Donn Cambern, Frank Morriss
1985
(58th)
Witness Thom Noble
A Chorus Line John Bloom
Out of Africa Fredric Steinkamp, William Steinkamp, Pembroke Herring, Sheldon Kahn
Prizzi's Honor Rudi Fehr, Kaja Fehr
Runaway Train Henry Richardson
1986
(59th)
Platoon Claire Simpson
Aliens Ray Lovejoy
Hannah and Her Sisters Susan E. Morse
The Mission Jim Clark
Top Gun Billy Weber, Chris Lebenzon
1987
(60th)
The Last Emperor Gabriella Cristiani
Broadcast News Richard Marks
Empire of the Sun Michael Kahn
Fatal Attraction Michael Kahn, Peter E. Berger
RoboCop Frank J. Urioste
1988
(61st)
Who Framed Roger Rabbit Arthur Schmidt
Die Hard Frank J. Urioste, John F. Link
Gorillas in the Mist Stuart Baird
Mississippi Burning Gerry Hambling
Rain Man Stu Linder
1989
(62nd)
Born on the Fourth of July David Brenner, Joe Hutshing
Driving Miss Daisy Mark Warner
The Fabulous Baker Boys William Steinkamp
Glory Steven Rosenblum
The Bear Noëlle Boisson

1990s[edit]

Year Film Editor(s)
1990
(63rd)
Dances with Wolves Neil Travis
Ghost Walter Murch
The Godfather Part III Barry Malkin, Lisa Fruchtman, and Walter Murch
Goodfellas Thelma Schoonmaker
The Hunt for Red October Dennis Virkler and John Wright
1991
(64th)
JFK Joe Hutshing and Pietro Scalia
The Commitments Gerry Hambling
The Silence of the Lambs Craig McKay
Terminator 2: Judgment Day Conrad Buff, Mark Goldblatt, and Richard A. Harris
Thelma & Louise Thom Noble
1992
(65th)
Unforgiven Joel Cox
Basic Instinct Frank J. Urioste
The Crying Game Kant Pan
A Few Good Men Robert Leighton
The Player Geraldine Peroni
1993
(66th)
Schindler's List Michael Kahn
The Fugitive Dennis Virkler, David Finfer, Dean Goodhill, Don Brochu, Richard Nord, and Dov Hoenig
In the Line of Fire Anne V. Coates
In the Name of the Father Gerry Hambling
The Piano Veronika Jenet
1994
(67th)
Forrest Gump Arthur Schmidt
Hoop Dreams Frederick Marx, Steve James, and William Haugse
Pulp Fiction Sally Menke
The Shawshank Redemption Richard Francis-Bruce
Speed John Wright
1995
(68th)
Apollo 13 Mike Hill and Daniel P. Hanley
Babe Marcus D'Arcy and Jay Friedkin
Braveheart Steven Rosenblum
Crimson Tide Chris Lebenzon
Seven Richard Francis-Bruce
1996
(69th)
The English Patient Walter Murch
Evita Gerry Hambling
Fargo Roderick Jaynes
Jerry Maguire Joe Hutshing
Shine Pip Karmel
1997
(70th)
Titanic Conrad Buff, James Cameron, and Richard A. Harris
Air Force One Richard Francis-Bruce
As Good as It Gets Richard Marks
Good Will Hunting Pietro Scalia
L.A. Confidential Peter Honess
1998
(71st)
Saving Private Ryan Michael Kahn
Life Is Beautiful Simona Paggi
Out of Sight Anne V. Coates
Shakespeare in Love David Gamble
The Thin Red Line Billy Weber, Leslie Jones, and Saar Klein
1999
(72nd)
The Matrix Zach Staenberg
American Beauty Tariq Anwar
The Cider House Rules Lisa Zeno Churgin
The Insider William Goldenberg, Paul Rubell, and David Rosenbloom
The Sixth Sense Andrew Mondshein

2000s[edit]

Year Film Editor(s)
2000
(73rd)
Traffic Stephen Mirrione
Almost Famous Joe Hutshing and Saar Klein
Gladiator Pietro Scalia
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon Tim Squyres
Wonder Boys Dede Allen
2001
(74th)
Black Hawk Down Pietro Scalia
A Beautiful Mind Mike Hill and Daniel P. Hanley
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring John Gilbert
Memento Dody Dorn
Moulin Rouge! Jill Bilcock
2002
(75th)
Chicago Martin Walsh
Gangs of New York Thelma Schoonmaker
The Hours Peter Boyle
The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers Michael Horton
The Pianist Hervé de Luze
2003
(76th)
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King Jamie Selkirk
City of God Daniel Rezende
Cold Mountain Walter Murch
Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World Lee Smith
Seabiscuit William Goldenberg
2004
(77th)
The Aviator Thelma Schoonmaker
Collateral Jim Miller and Paul Rubell
Finding Neverland Matt Chesse
Million Dollar Baby Joel Cox
Ray Paul Hirsch
2005
(78th)
Crash Hughes Winborne
Cinderella Man Mike Hill and Dan Hanley
The Constant Gardener Claire Simpson
Munich Michael Kahn
Walk the Line Michael McCusker
2006
(79th)
The Departed Thelma Schoonmaker
Babel Douglas Crise and Stephen Mirrione
Blood Diamond Steven Rosenblum
Children of Men Alfonso Cuarón and Alex Rodríguez
United 93 Clare Douglas, Richard Pearson, and Christopher Rouse
2007
(80th)
The Bourne Ultimatum Christopher Rouse
The Diving Bell and the Butterfly Juliette Welfling
Into the Wild Jay Cassidy
No Country for Old Men Roderick Jaynes
There Will Be Blood Dylan Tichenor
2008
(81st)
Slumdog Millionaire Chris Dickens
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button Kirk Baxter and Angus Wall
The Dark Knight Lee Smith
Frost/Nixon Mike Hill and Dan Hanley
Milk Elliot Graham
2009
(82nd)
The Hurt Locker Chris Innis and Bob Murawski
Avatar James Cameron, John Refoua, and Stephen E. Rivkin
District 9 Julian Clarke
Inglourious Basterds Sally Menke
Precious Joe Klotz

2010s[edit]

Year Film Editor(s)
2010
(83rd)
The Social Network Kirk Baxter and Angus Wall
127 Hours Jon Harris
Black Swan Andrew Weisblum
The Fighter Pamela Martin
The King's Speech Tariq Anwar
2011
(84th)
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Kirk Baxter and Angus Wall
The Artist Anne-Sophie Bion and Michel Hazanavicius
The Descendants Kevin Tent
Hugo Thelma Schoonmaker
Moneyball Christopher Tellefsen
2012
(85th)
Argo William Goldenberg
Life of Pi Tim Squyres
Lincoln Michael Kahn
Silver Linings Playbook Jay Cassidy and Crispin Struthers
Zero Dark Thirty Dylan Tichenor and William Goldenberg
2013
(86th)
Gravity Alfonso Cuarón and Mark Sanger
12 Years a Slave Joe Walker
American Hustle Jay Cassidy, Crispin Struthers, and Alan Baumgarten
Captain Phillips Christopher Rouse
Dallas Buyers Club John Mac McMurphy and Martin Pensa
2014
(87th)
Whiplash Tom Cross
American Sniper Joel Cox and Gary D. Roach
Boyhood Sandra Adair
The Grand Budapest Hotel Barney Pilling
The Imitation Game William Goldenberg
2015
(88th)
Mad Max: Fury Road Margaret Sixel
The Big Short Hank Corwin
The Revenant Stephen Mirrione
Spotlight Tom McArdle
Star Wars: The Force Awakens Maryann Brandon and Mary Jo Markey

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Harris, Mark (January 6, 2008). "Which Editing is a Cut Above?". The New York Times.  In 1980, Ordinary People won as Best Picture, but its editor Jeff Kanew was not nominated for Best Editing.
  2. ^ Dimond, Anna (December 13, 2013). "Why Editing Nominations Predict the Best Picture Oscar". Variety.  Interviews with prominent film editors exploring the correlation between the Academy Awards for Best Film Editing and for Best Film.
  3. ^ a b "Rule Thirteen—Special Rules for the Film Editing Award". 79th Academy Awards Rules for Distinguished Achievements in 2006. Archived from the original on 2010-07-18.  Rules are published for each year's awards. In earlier years, different rules applied; thus Robert Parrish was nominated for All the King's Men (1949), and indeed won the Oscar, with a credit as an "editorial consultant".
  4. ^ "Academy Branches". Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences. February 2012. Archived from the original on 2012-02-24. 
  5. ^ "Orange British Academy Film Awards: Rules and Guidelines 2008-2009". British Academy of Film and Television Arts. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2010-07-18. 
  6. ^ "Film Editing Facts" (PDF). Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences. March 2012. Retrieved 2012-03-01. 
  7. ^ Listing generated by searching "The Official Academy Awards Database".  for all "film editing" awards.