American Cinema Editors Career Achievement Award

American Cinema Editors Career Achievement Award

The American Cinema Editors (ACE) gives one or more Career Achievement Awards each year. The first awards were given in 1987;Honan, William H. (1992). [ "Arthur Milford, 89, Film Editor, Is Dead; Winner of 2 Oscars,"] "The New York Times" January 7, 1992.] the winners have been:

*2008: Millie Moore and Bud S. Smith
*2007: John Soh and Frank Urioste
*2006: Edward M. Abroms and Terry Rawlings
*2005: David E. Blewitt and Jim Clark
*2004: Donn Cambern and John A. Martinelli
*2003: John F. Burnett and Tom Rolf
*2002: Antony Gibbs and George Watters
*2001: Stanley Frazen and Fredric Steinkamp
*2000: Dann Cahn and Marge Fowler [McNary, Dave (2000). [ "Ace high on this pair:] Cinema editors tap Cahn, Fowler for career nods," "Variety" January 10, 2000.]
*1999: John Bloom and Arthur Schneider [Schneider, Arthur. [ "Arthur Schneider, A.C.E."] , index page of website maintained by Schneider. The entire website has been archived at WebCite from [ this original URL] on 2008-05-28.]
*1998: Gerry Hambling and John Woodcock
*1997: Fred W. Berger and Harry Gerstad
*1996: Desmond Marquette and Aaron Stell
*1995: David Bretherton and Anne V. Coates
*1994: Dede Allen and Gene Ruggiero
*1993: Rudi Fehr and Robert Swink
*1992: Harold F. Kress and Charles Nelson
*1991: William H. Reynolds and Ralph E. Winters
*1990: Margaret Booth and Elmo Williams
*1989: Warren Low and Dorothy Spencer
*1988: Barbara McLean and Gene Milford

External links and references

*The [ American Cinema Editors Website] does not presently (2007) maintain an archive of the nominees and winners of its awards.
*The [ Internet Movie Database] has a listing of winners and nominees for this award.

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