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ACE Eddies Snub "Precious," "Basterds" For Sci-Fi

Photo of Peter Knegt By Peter Knegt | Indiewire January 12, 2010 at 3:33AM

The American Cinema Editors have announced the nominations for their annual ACE Eddie awards, honoring the likes of "(500) Days of Summer," "It's Complicated," "Star Trek" and "District 9" in their dual comedy/musical and drama categories. While more certain Oscar contenders like "Avatar," "The Hurt Locker" and "Up In The Air" all found a place among the nominations as well, ACE most notably snubbed "Inglourious Basterds," "Precious" and "Invictus" in the drama category, and "Nine" in the comedy/musical category.
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The American Cinema Editors have announced the nominations for their annual ACE Eddie awards, honoring the likes of "(500) Days of Summer," "It's Complicated," "Star Trek" and "District 9" in their dual comedy/musical and drama categories. While more certain Oscar contenders like "Avatar," "The Hurt Locker" and "Up In The Air" all found a place among the nominations as well, ACE most notably snubbed "Inglourious Basterds," "Precious" and "Invictus" in the drama category, and "Nine" in the comedy/musical category.

Separate categories were also in place for animated films and documentaries, with expected nods going to "Up" and "Fantastic Mr. Fox" in the former, and "The Cove" and "Food, Inc." in the latter. "Michael Jackson's This Is It" also managed a doc, though unlike the film's competitors here, did not make the Academy's doc shortlist.

The full list of nominations is below.

Best Edited Feature (Dramatic)
“Avatar” (James Cameron, John Refua, Stephen Rivkin)
“District 9” (Julian Clarke)
“The Hurt Locker” (Bob Murawski, Chris Innis)
“Star Trek” (Maryann Brandon, Mary Jo Markey)
“Up in the Air” (Dana E. Glauberman)

Best Edited Feature (Comedy or Musical)
“(500) Days of Summer” (Alan Edward Bell)
“The Hangover” (Deborah Neil-Fisher)
“Julie & Julia” (Richard Marks)
“It’s Complicated” (Joe Hutshing, David Mortiz)
“A Serious Man” (Roderick Jaynes)

Best Edited Animated Feature Film
“Coraline” (Christopher Murrie, Ronald Sanders)
“Fantastic Mr. Fox” (Andrew Weisblum)
“Up” (Kevin Nolting)

Best Edited Documentary
“The Cove” (Geoffrey Richman)
“Food, Inc.” (Kim Roberts)
“This Is It” (Don Broch, Kevin Stitt)

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