Top Gun: Maverick” and “Everything Everywhere” Win Top Film Honors at Ace Eddie Awards

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The American Cinema Editors (ACE) held their annual ACE Eddie Awards over the weekend, recognizing outstanding achievement in film editing across various categories. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the ceremony was held virtually this year.

“Top Gun: Maverick” won in the Best Edited Feature Film (Dramatic) category, beating out other strong contenders. The editors, Greg P. Russell, Michael Tronick, and Billy Weber, were awarded for their exceptional editing work in the highly anticipated sequel to the 1986 classic.

In the Best Edited Feature Film (Comedy) category, “Everything Everywhere” took home the award. The film’s editors, Matthew Friedman and Andrew Dickler, were praised for their imaginative and seamless editing.

The award for Best Edited Documentary (Feature) went to “The Bear,” while “Bo Burnham: Inside” won Best Edited Variety Special (Pre-Recorded). “Ted Lasso” won Best Edited Comedy Series for Non-Commercial Television.

The Ace Eddie Awards are a highly prestigious honor in the film editing industry, and winning one is considered a significant achievement. It can also boost a film’s profile during awards season. This year’s ceremony was a testament to the talent and dedication of those in the film industry who have continued to produce compelling works of art despite the challenges posed by the pandemic.

As the industry looks forward to the 2022 awards season, it is clear that the bar has been set high, and audiences can expect more unforgettable films and moments to come.

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