BREAKING BAD Dominates ACE EDDIE AWARD Nominations; Full List Announced

Nominations for the 64th annual ACE Eddie Awards have been announced. The Eddie Awards divide films into drama and comedy categories. In the category of one-hour drama for commercial TV, "Breaking Bad" nearly swept the nominations, receiving four out of the five, including three for Skip MacDonald. The Good Wife's Scott Vickrey finished out the category.

The full list of nominations follows:

BEST EDITED FEATURE FILM (DRAMATIC):

"12 Years a Slave": Joe Walker

"Captain Phillips": Chris Rouse, A.C.E.

"Gravity": Alfonso Cuarón & Mark Sanger

"Her": Eric Zumbrunnen, A.C.E. & Jeff Buchanan

"Saving Mr. Banks": Mark Livolsi, A.C.E.

BEST EDITED FEATURE FILM (COMEDY OR MUSICAL):

"American Hustle": Jay Cassidy, A.C.E., Crispin Struthers & Alan Baumgarten, A.C.E.

"August: Osage County": Stephen Mirrione, A.C.E.

"Inside Llewyn Davis": Roderick Jaynes

"Nebraska": Kevin Tent, A.C.E.

"The Wolf of Wall Street": Thelma Schoonmaker, A.C.E.

BEST EDITED ANIMATED FEATURE FILM:

"Despicable Me 2″: Gregory Perler, A.C.E.

"Frozen": Jeff Draheim

"Monsters University": Greg Snyder

BEST EDITED DOCUMENTARY (FEATURE):

"20 Feet from Stardom": Douglas Blush, Kevin Klauber & Jason Zeldes

"Blackfish": Eli Despres

"Tim's Vermeer": Patrick Sheffield

BEST EDITED DOCUMENTARY (TELEVISION):

"American Masters: Jimi Hendrix: Hear My Train a Comin' ": Stephen Ellis, Gordon Mason & Phil McDonald

"American Winter": Aaron I. Butler

"The Assassination of President Kennedy": Chris A. Peterson

BEST EDITED HALF-HOUR SERIES FOR TELEVISION:

"30 Rock": "Hogcock!/Last Lunch": Meg Reticker / Ken Eluto, A.C.E.

"Arrested Development": "Flight of the Phoenix": Kabir Akhtar & A.J. Dickerson

"The Office": "Finale": David Rogers & Claire Scanlon

BEST EDITED ONE-HOUR SERIES FOR COMMERCIAL TELEVISION:

"Breaking Bad": "Buried": Skip MacDonald A.C.E. & Sharidan Williams-Sotelo

"Breaking Bad": "Felina": Skip MacDonald A.C.E.

"Breaking Bad": "Granite State": Kelley Dixon, A.C.E. & Chris McCaleb

"Breaking Bad": "Ozymandias": Skip MacDonald A.C.E.

"The Good Wife": "Hitting the Fan": Scott Vickrey, A.C.E.

BEST EDITED ONE-HOUR SERIES FOR NON-COMMERCIAL TELEVISION:

"Game of Thrones": The Rains of Castamere": Oral Norrie Ottey

"Homeland": Big Man in Tehran": Terry Kelley, A.C.E.

"House of Cards": Chapter 1": Kirk Baxter, A.C.E.

BEST EDITED MINISERIES OR MOTION PICTURE FOR TELEVISION:

"American Horror Story: Asylum": "The Name Game": Stewart Schill, A.C.E.

"Behind the Candelabra": Mary Ann Bernard

"Phil Spector": Barbara Tulliver, A.C.E.

BEST EDITED NON-SCRIPTED SERIES:

"Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown: Tokyo": Nick Brigden

"Beyond Scared Straight: The Return of Hustle Man": Rob Goubeaux, A.C.E., Mark S. Andrew, A.C.E., Paul J. Coyne, A.C.E., Jennifer Nelson, Martin Skibosh, Trevor Campbell

"Deadliest Catch: Mutiny on the Bering Sea": Josh Earl, A.C.E. Alex Durham, Rob Butler

About ACE:

The society was the original idea of two Paramount Studio film editors, Warren Low and Jack Ogilvie, who arranged for an historic meeting of representative editors to discuss starting the organization. It was held at the Masquers Club in Hollywood on October 26, 1950 and, besides Low and Ogilvie, was attended by George Amy, Folmar Blangsted, James Clark, Frank Gross, Richard Heermance, William Hornbeck, Fred Knudtson, William Lyon, Fredrick Smith, Richard Van Enger and Hugh Winn.

From its inception the ACE membership was committed to the encouragement of mutually-beneficial dialogue with other members of the motion picture industry and to educating the general public. The first of several seminars, known as the "ACE Roundtable", was inaugurated in 1951 to discuss problems shared with other industry groups.

A panel discussion on "Better Pictures Through Creative Cooperation" was held on June 5, 1951 at the Masquers Club moderated by Fredrick Smith with guest speakers: Delmer Daves, President, Screen Directors Guild; Paul Groese, President, Art Directors Society; William Perlberg, President, Screen Producers Guild; Ronald Reagan, President, Screen Actors Guild; Ray Rennahan, President, American Society of Cinematographers; and Karl Tunberg, President, Screen Writers Guild.

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