|Born||August 1951 (age 67–68)|
|Organization||American Cinema Editors|
|Known for||The Matrix Trilogy|
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Zach S. Staenberg, A.C.E. (born August 1951) is an American film editor best known for his work on action films and the Matrix Trilogy. Staenberg won an Academy Award and two ACE Eddie Award for the editing of The Matrix (1999) and for HBO's Gotti (1996) for which he was also nominated for an Emmy. The Matrix films were written and directed by the Wachowskis, with whom Staenberg has had an extended collaboration dating from 1996. He is a frequent collaborator of director Andrew Niccol.
Awards and nominations
- 1996 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Limited Series or Movie: Gotti (nomination)
- 1996 American Cinema Editors for Best Edited Two-Hour Movie for Non-Commercial Television: Gotti (won)
- 1999 American Cinema Editors for Best Edited Best Edited Feature Film - Dramatic: The Matrix (won)
- 1999 BAFTA Award for Best Editing: The Matrix (nomination)
- 1999 Academy Award for Best Film Editing: The Matrix (won)
- van Hook, Andrea (2004). "Zach Staenberg on The Matrix Trilogy", The Editors Guild Magazine Vol. 25, No. 1 (January–February 2005), archived at Webcite from this URL on 2008-05-05.
- Zach Staenberg on IMDb
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