Australian Film Institute Award for Best Achievement in Editing

The Australian Film Institute Award for Best Achievement in Editing is an award in the annual Australian Film Institute Awards. It has been awarded annually since 1967. [ [ "Australian Film Institute Award Winners 1958-2007"] , listing posted at the website of the Australian Film Institute retrieved April 28, 2008.]

Previous winners

*1967: "Cardin in Australia"
*1968: Stefan Sargent ("The Change at Groote")
*1969: Peter Tammer ("And Then There Was Glass")
*1970: Rod Adamson ("Big Island")
*1971: Not awarded this year
*1972: Not awarded this year
*1973: David Stiven ("One Hundred a Day")
*1974/5: Not awarded this year
*1976: Edward McQueen-Mason ("End Play")
*1977: William M. Anderson ("Don's Party")
*1978: John Scott ("Newsfront")
*1979: Tony Paterson, Clifford Hayes ("Mad Max")
*1980: William M. Anderson ("Breaker Morant")
*1981: William M. Anderson ("Gallipoli")
*1982: D.Stiven, T.Wellburn, M.Balson, C.Plowright, G.Miller ("Mad Max 2")
*1983: Tony Paterson ("Phar Lap")
*1984: William M. Anderson ("Razorback")
*1985: Brian Kavanagh ("Frog Dreaming")
*1986: Ken Sallows ("Malcolm")
*1987: David Pulbrook ("Ground Zero")
*1988: John Scott ("The Navigator")
*1989: Richard Francis-Bruce ("Dead Calm")
*1990: Robert Gibson ("Flirting")
*1991: Ken Sallows ("Proof")
*1992: Jill Bilcock ("Strictly Ballroom")
*1993: Veronika Jenet ("The Piano")
*1994: Suresh Ayyar ("Bad Boy Bubby")
*1995: Dany Cooper ("Angel Baby")
*1996: Pip Karmel ("Shine")
*1997: Henry Dangar ("Kiss or kill")
*1998: Jill Bilcock ("Head On")
*1999: Lee Smith ("Two Hands")
*2000: Martin Connor ("Looking For Alibrandi")
*2001: Jill Bilcock ("Moulin Rouge!")
*2002: Reva Childs ("Walking On Water")
*2003: Jill Bilcock ("Japanese Story")
*2004: Scott Gray ("Somersault")
*2005: Alexandre de Franceschi ASE, John Scott ASE ("Little Fish")
*2006: Tania Nehme ("Ten Canoes")
*2007: Denise Haratzis ASE "(The Home Song Stories)"


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