LOS ANGELES (CNS) — “King Richard” was crowned with an ACE award as the best-edited feature film Saturday at the 72nd annual American Cinema Editors (ACE) Eddie Awards.
After the COVID-19 pandemic forced last year’s ACE Awards to a virtual format, this year’s ceremonies returned to in-person — appropriately, at the Ace Hotel in downtown Los Angeles.
The Eddies recognize editors in more than a dozen categories, including feature films, documentaries and television.
Saturday’s show featured DJ and actor Lance Robertson — a.k.a. DJ Lance Rock — hosting.
Presenters included Debbie Allen, Andy Garcia, Oscar-winning filmmaker Chloé Zhao, Oscar nominee Aunjanue Ellis, “King Richard” director Reinaldo Marcus Green and Oscar nominee Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson, among others.
The show was live-streamed — but with a $50 ticket fee — at americancinemaeditors.org.
The ACE Golden Eddie Filmmaker of the Year Award was presented to the Sundance Institute, while career achievement awards were presented to Lillian E. Benson and Richard Chew.
Here is a complete list of winners:
Best Edited Feature Film (Dramatic):
- “King Richard,” Pamela Martin, ACE
Best Edited Feature Film (Comedy):
- “tick, tick…BOOM!,” Myron Kerstein, ACE, Andrew Weisblum, ACE
Best Edited Animated Feature Film:
- “Encanto,” Jeremy Milton, ACE
Best Edited Documentary (Feature):
- “Summer of Soul……Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised,” Joshua L. Pearson
Best Edited Documentary (Non-Theatrical):
- “The Beatles: Get Back `Episode 3′,” Jabez Olssen
Best Edited Multi-Camera Comedy Series:
- “Kevin Can F**k Himself `Live Free or Die’,” Daniel Schalk, ACE
Best Edited Single-Camera Comedy Series:
- “Hacks `1.69 Million’,” Susan Vaill, ACE
Best Edited Drama Series:
- “Succession `All the Bells Say’,” Ken Eluto, ACE
Best Edited Motion Picture (Non-Theatrical):
- “Oslo,” Jay Rabinowitz, ACE
Best Edited Limited Series:
- “Mare of Easttown `Illusions’,” Amy E. Duddleston, ACE
Best Edited Non-Scripted Series:
- “Formula 1: Drive to Survive `Man on Fire’,” Dan Ablett, Kevin Austin, Otto Burnham, Shane McCormack, Graham Taylor
Best Edited Variety Talk/Sketch Show or Special:
- “Bo Burnham: Inside,” Bo Burnham
Best Edited Animation (Non-Theatrical):
- “Bob’s Burgers `Vampire Disco Death Dance’,” Jeremy Reuben