‘Breath,’ ‘Backtrack Boys,’ ‘Blue Murder: Killer Cop’ win Ellie Awards
Dany Cooper receives the Elle from Titus Randall.
The editors of Breath, Backtrack Boys and Blue Murder: Killer Cop part 2 were among the recipients of the 2018 Ellie Awards presented by Australian Screen Editors.
Hosted by comedians Eliza and Hannah Reilly, the awards were handed out on Saturday night at the Eternity Playhouse in Darlinghurst. In addition, the veteran Edward McQueen Mason ASE was accredited by the guild.
Avid Award for Best Editing in a Feature Drama
Dany Cooper ASE – Breath – presented by Titus Randall.
Audio Network Award for Best Editing in a Documentary Feature
Andrea Lang ASE – Backtrack Boys – presented by Jess Ossington to Sally Fryer.
The Blue Post Award for Best Editing in a Drama
Bill Russo ASE – Blue Murder: Killer Cop Part 2 – presented by Rachel Knowles to Peter Crombie.
Spectrum Films Award for Best Editing in a Documentary
Sam Hart & Harriet Clutterbuck ASE – Hawke: The Larrikin and the Leader – presented by Danielle Boesenberg from the ASE Executive Committee.
Endemol Shine Australia Award for Best Editing in Reality
Leanne Cole & Louise Massignat – Married at First Sight series 5, episode 31 – presented by Scott Rowan to Louise.
Videocraft Award for Best Editing in Factual Entertainment
Peter Crombie – Body Hack 2.0 – Iraq – presented by Rob Floro.
ASE Award for Best Editing in Branded Content
Andrew Holmes – 2017 Byron Bay Festival – presented by ASE Vice President Jenny Hicks.
Hyperactive Broadcast Award for Best Editing in a Music Video
Stewart Arnott – DMAs The End – presented by Danielle Boesenberg from the ASE Executive Committee.
ASE Award for Best Editing in Current Affairs
Leah Donovan – Foreign Correspondent – Machine Man – presented by Jenny Hicks.
Digistor Award for Best Editing in Open Content
Karen Pearlman – After the Facts – presented by Andrew Mooney.
Adobe Award for Best Editing in a Comedy
Gabriel Dowrick – The Other Guy episode 2 – presented by Jon Barrie to Danielle Boesenberg.
AFTRS Award for Best Editing in a Short Drama
Katrina Barker – Concern for Welfare – presented by Roland Gallois ASE.
ASE Award for Best Editing in a Commercial
Joseph Morris – Foundry – For the New Creative – presented by ASE President Fiona Strain ASE, to Rohan Zerna