BAFTA Award for Best Editing


BAFTA Award for Best Editing

The BAFTA Award for Best Editing is one of several annual awards presented by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA). The awards and nominees have been:
* 2007 - "The Bourne Ultimatum" - Christopher Rouse
** "American Gangster" - Pietro Scalia
** "Atonement" - Paul Tothill
** "Michael Clayton" - John Gilroy
** "No Country for Old Men" - Roderick Jaynes (a.k.a. Joel and Ethan Coen)
* 2006 - "United 93" - Clare Douglas, Christopher Rouse, Richard Pearson
** "Babel" - Stephen Mirrione Douglas Crise
** "The Departed" - Thelma Schoonmaker
** "Casino Royale" - Stuart Baird
** "The Queen" - Lucia Zucchetti
* 2005 - "The Constant Gardener" - Claire Simpson
** "Crash" - Hughes Winborne
** "Brokeback Mountain" - Geraldine Peroni Dylan Tichenor
** "Good Night, and Good Luck." - Stephen Mirrione
** "La Marche de l'empereur" - Sabine Emiliani
* 2004 - "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" - Valdís Óskarsdóttir
** "The Aviator" - Thelma Schoonmaker
** "Collateral" - Jim Miller Paul Rubell
** "Shi mian mai fu" - Long Cheng
** "Vera Drake" - Jim Clark
* 2003 - "Lost in Translation" - Sarah Flack
** "" - Jamie Selkirk
** "Cold Mountain " - Walter Murch
** "21 Grams" - Stephen Mirrione
** "" - Sally Menke
* 2002 - "Cidade de Deus" - Daniel Rezende
** "Chicago" - Martin Walsh
** "Gangs of New York" - Thelma Schoonmaker
** "The Hours " - Peter Boyle
** "" - Michael J. Horton, Jabez Olssen
* 2001 - "Mulholland Drive" - Mary Sweeney
** "Black Hawk Down" - Pietro Scalia
** "Moulin Rouge!" - Jill Bilcock
** "" - John Gilbert
** "Le Fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain" - Hervé Schneid
* 2000 - "Gladiator" - Pietro Scalia
** "Traffic" - Stephen Mirrione
** "Wo hu cang long" - Tim Squyres
** "Erin Brockovich" - Anne V. Coates
** "Billy Elliot" - John Wilson
* 1999 - "American Beauty " - Tariq Anwar Christopher Greenbury
** "The Matrix" - Zach Staenberg
** "The Sixth Sense" - Andrew Mondshein
** "Being John Malkovich" - Eric Zumbrunnen
* 1998 - "Shakespeare in Love" - David Gamble
** "Saving Private Ryan" - Michael Kahn
** "Elizabeth" - Jill Bilcock
** "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels" - Niven Howie
* 1997 - "L.A. Confidential" - Peter Honess
** "Titanic" - Conrad Buff James Cameron Richard A. Harris
** "The Full Monty" - Nick Moore David Freeman
** "Romeo + Juliet" - Jill Bilcock
* 1996 - "The English Patient" - Walter Murch
** "Fargo" - Ethan Coen Joel Coen
** "Evita" - Gerry Hambling
** "Shine" - Pip Karmel
* 1995 - "The Usual Suspects" - John Ottman
** "Apollo 13" - Mike Hill Daniel P. Hanley
** "Babe" - Marcus D'Arcy Jay Friedkin
** "The Madness of King George" - Tariq Anwar
* 1994 - "Speed" - John Wright
** "Forrest Gump" - Arthur Schmidt
** "Four Weddings and a Funeral" - Jon Gregory
** "Pulp Fiction" - Sally Menke
* 1993 - "Schindler's List" - Michael Kahn
** "The Fugitive " - Dennis Virkler David Finfer Dean Goodhill Don Brochu Richard Nord Dov Hoenig
** "In the Line of Fire" - Anne V. Coates
** "The Piano" - Veronika Jenet
* 1992 - "JFK" - Joe Hutshing Pietro Scalia
** "The Player" - Geraldine Peroni
** "Cape Fear" - Thelma Schoonmaker
** "Howards End" - Andrew Marcus
** "Strictly Ballroom" - Jill Bilcock
* 1991 - "The Commitments" - Gerry Hambling
** "Dances with Wolves" - Neil Travis
** "The Silence of the Lambs" - Craig McKay
** "Thelma & Louise" - Thom Noble
* 1990 - "Goodfellas" - Thelma Schoonmaker
** "Crimes and Misdemeanors" - Susan E. Morse
** "Dick Tracy" - Richard Marks
** "Nuovo cinema Paradiso" - Mario Morra
* 1989 - "Mississippi Burning" - Gerry Hambling
** "Dangerous Liaisons" - Mick Audsley
** "Dead Poets Society" - William M. Anderson
** "Rain Man" - Stu Linder
* 1988 - "Fatal Attraction" - Michael Kahn Peter E. Berger
** "A Fish Called Wanda" - John Jympson
** "The Last Emperor" - Gabriella Cristiani
** "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" - Arthur Schmidt
* 1987 - "Platoon" - Claire Simpson
** "Cry Freedom" - Lesley Walker
** "Hope and Glory" - Ian Crafford
** "Radio Days" - Susan E. Morse
* 1986 - "The Mission " - Jim Clark
** "Hannah and Her Sisters" - Susan E. Morse
** "Mona Lisa" - Lesley Walker
** "A Room with a View" - Humphrey Dixon
* 1985 - "Amadeus" - Nena Danevic Michael Chandler
** "Back to the Future" - Arthur Schmidt Harry Keramidas
** "A Chorus Line" - John Bloom
** "Witness" - Thom Noble
* 1984 - "The Killing Fields" - Jim Clark
** "Another Country" - Gerry Hambling
** "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom" - Michael Kahn
** "Under Fire" - John Bloom Mark Conte
* 1983 - "Flashdance" - Bud S. Smith Walt Mulconery
** "The King of Comedy" - Thelma Schoonmaker
** "Local Hero" - Michael Bradsell
** "Zelig" - Susan E. Morse
* 1982 - "Missing" - Françoise Bonnot
** "Blade Runner" - Terry Rawlings
** "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial" - Carol Littleton
** "Gandhi" - John Bloom
* 1981 - "Raging Bull" - Thelma Schoonmaker
** "Chariots of Fire" - Terry Rawlings
** "The French Lieutenant's Woman" - John Bloom
** "Raiders of the Lost Ark" - Michael Kahn
* 1980 - "All That Jazz" - Alan Heim
** "The Elephant Man" - Anne V. Coates
** "Fame" - Gerry Hambling
** "Kramer vs. Kramer" - Gerald B. Greenberg
* 1979 - "The Deer Hunter" - Peter Zinner
** "Alien" - Terry Rawlings
** "Apocalypse Now" - Richard Marks, Walter Murch, Gerald B. Greenberg, Lisa Fruchtman
** "Manhattan" - Susan E. Morse
* 1978 - "Midnight Express" - Gerry Hambling
** "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" - Michael Kahn
** "Julia" - Walter Murch
** "" - Paul Hirsch Marcia Lucas Richard Chew
* 1977 - "Annie Hall" - Ralph Rosenblum Wendy Greene Bricmont
** "Network" - Alan Heim
** "Rocky" - Richard Halsey
** " A Bridge Too Far" - Antony Gibbs
* 1976 - "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest " - Richard Chew, Lynzee Klingman, Sheldon Kahn
** "All the President's Men" - Robert L. Wolfe
** "Taxi Driver" - Marcia Lucas Tom Rolf Melvin Shapiro
** "Marathon Man" - Jim Clark
* 1975 - "Dog Day Afternoon" - Dede Allen
** "The Godfather Part II" - Peter Zinner, Barry Malkin, Richard Marks
** "Jaws" - Verna Fields
** "Rollerball" - Antony Gibbs

* 1974 - "The Conversation" - Walter Murch Richard Chew
** "Chinatown" - Sam O'Steen
** "Murder on the Orient Express" - Anne V. Coates
** "The Three Musketeers" - John Victor-Smith
* 1973 - "The Day of the Jackal" - Ralph Kemplen
** "Charley Varrick" - Frank Morriss
** "Don't Look Now" - Graeme Clifford
** "The National Health" - Ralph Sheldon
* 1972 - "The French Connection" - Gerald B. Greenberg
** "Cabaret" - David Bretherton
** "A Clockwork Orange" - William Butler
** "Deliverance" - Tom Priestley
* 1971 - "Sunday Bloody Sunday " - Richard Marden
** "Fiddler on the Roof" - Antony Gibbs Robert Lawrence
** "Performance" - Antony Gibbs
** "Taking Off" - John Carter
* 1970 - "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" - John C. Howard Richard C. Meyer
** "MASH" - Danford B. Greene
** "Ryan's Daughter" -
** "They Shoot Horses, Don't They?" -
* 1969 - "Midnight Cowboy" - Hugh A. Robertson
** "Bullitt" - Frank P. Keller
** "Oh! What a Lovely War" - Kevin Connor
** "Z" - Françoise Bonnot
* 1968 - "The Graduate" - Sam O'Steen
** "The Charge of the Light Brigade" - Kevin Brownlow
** "Oliver!" - Ralph Kemplen
** "Romeo and Juliet" - Reginald Mills


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