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Photo Gallery: ACE Eddie Nominees’ Reception

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The American Cinema Editors celebrated this year’s ACE Eddie nominees at a reception at Universal Studio‘s The Grill on Wednesday. The awards were presented Friday night at the Beverly Hilton Hotel with over 1,000 in attendance.

Both this year’s nominees and past years’ nominees and winners were in attendance. It’s worth noting that editors and their teams are very social, given the fact that they spend an amazing amount of time alone and in the dark for weeks or months or, in the case of Patrick SheffieldTim’s Vermeer editor – three years.

All photos by Peter Zakhary/Tilt Photo.

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Kevin and Carole Tent
Kevin and Carole Tent

Skip MacDonald
Skip MacDonald

Alan Heim, Jan Ambler and Tina Hirsch.
Alan Heim, Jan Ambler and Tina Hirsch.

Stephen Rivkin, Terry Kelley and Maggie Kelley
Stephen Rivkin, Terry Kelley and Maggie Kelley

Bailey Coyne and Paul Coyne
Bailey Coyne and Paul Coyne

Martin Skibosh, Mark S. Andrew, Paul J. Coyne, Alan Heim, Rob Goubeaux, Trevor Campbell, Jennifer Nelson,
Martin Skibosh, Mark S. Andrew, Paul J. Coyne, Alan Heim, Rob Goubeaux, Trevor Campbell, Jennifer Nelson,

Alan Heim and Amber Salinas.
Alan Heim and Amber Salinas.

Alan Heim and Richard Halsey.
Alan Heim and Richard Halsey.

Ellen and Gary Galvin
Ellen and Gary Galvin

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