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On Monday night the 2009 Star Trek movie picked up yet another guild nomination. The American Cinema Editors (ACE) nominated Star Trek’s pair of editors Maryann Brandon and Mary Jo Markey for Best Edited Dramatic Feature Film. Earlier in the day the WGA nominated the Star Trek writers, but the Cinematographers did not follow suit. Below we have a full breakdown of the guild nominations for Star Trek so far.
Star Trek Editors up for an Eddie
The ACE breaks down their ‘Eddie’ editing awards into three categories: Dramatic, Comedy/Musical and Animated. Star Trek was nominated in the Dramatic category here is the full list (via ACE site).
BEST EDITED FEATURE FILM (DRAMATIC):
- "Avatar," Stephen Rivkin, A.C.E.; John Refua, A.C.E.; James Cameron, A.C.E.
- "District 9," Julian Clarke
- "The Hurt Locker," Bob Murawski, Chris Innis
- "Star Trek," Maryann Brandon, A.C.E; Mary Jo Markey, A.C.E.
- "Up in the Air," Dana Glauberman, A.C.E.
This is Brandon’s first ACE nomination, but she has previously been nominated for an Emmy (for Alias). Markey has was nominated for an ACE for her work on the TV movie Life Support and has also been nominated for three Emmys (with one win).
It is interesting to see how again we see Avatar and District 9 listed. This seems to be a year for the guilds take sci-fi seriously.
Clip of the space jump in "Star Trek" shows off the editing
Star Trek on Oscar Makeup shortlist
On Monday, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences released their shortlist for the makeup Oscar. They are:
- "District 9"
- "Il Divo"
- "The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus"
- "Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian"
- "The Road"
- "Star Trek"
- "The Young Victoria."
Members of the Academy’s makeup branch will narrow the list down to three for the final Oscar nominations.
One of Star Trek’s makeup artists hard at work turning Eric Bana into a Romulan
Star Trek 6 for 8 with Guilds so far
The ACE nomination was the second guild nod on Monday for Star Trek, following the WGA nomination for Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman. However, Star Trek did not make it a trifecta, as American Cinematographers Society (ASC) also announced their nominees on Monday, but Star Trek’s Daniel Mindel didn’t make the list.
For those keeping score here is how Star Trek has done with the guild nominations so far (one one guild has announced winners):
- CSA: Best Casting (Studio Feature Film) [WON]
- SAG: Best Stunt Ensemble
- PGA: Best Picture
- DGA: no nomination
- ADG: Best Production Design (Fantasy)
- WGA: Best Adapted Screenplay
- ASC: no nomination
- ACE: Best Edited Film (Drama)
Winners for the the rest of the above are to be announced later in January and February. There will also be announcements of guild nominations for sound, costumers, and visual effects.
No love for lens flares? Star Trek DP Daniel Mindel on the set of "Star Trek" was not nominated by the ASC – but other guilds have shown their Trek love