Comic and actor Patton Oswalt hosted the 2008 ACE "Eddie" awards in <BR>Christopher Rouse and Chris Lebenzon took top honors at the 58th annual American Cinema Editors Eddie Awards on Sunday at the Beverly Hilton.</P> <P>The 58th annual awards were given out at the International Ballroom of the Beverly Hilton Hotel.</P> <P>Geoffrey Richman, Chris Seward & Dan Swietlik won best-edited documentary for Michael Moore’s "Sicko."</P> <P>Best Edited Feature Film (Dramatic): Christopher Rouse for "The Bourne Ultimatum"</P> <P>Best Edited Feature Film (Comedy or Musical): Chris Lebenzon for "Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street"</P> <P>Other awards announced this evening included:</P> <P>Best-edited miniseries or motion picture for non-commercial television: Tatiana S. Riegel and Leo Trombetta for "Pu-239."</P> <P>Best-edited one-hour series for commercial television: Norman Buckley for the pilot of "Chuck."</P> <P>Best-edited one-hour series for non-commercial television: Sidney Wolinsky for the "Made in America" episode of "The Sopranos."</P> <P>Best-edited half-hour series for television: Steven Rasch, "The Bat Mitzvah" episode of "Curb Your Enthusiasm."</P> <P>Best-edited miniseries or motion picture for commercial television: Scott Vickery and Robert Ferretti for the second episode of "The Company."</P> <P>Best-edited non-scripted/reality series: Chuck Montgomery & Michael Glickman for the "Country Love" episode of "Cops.</P> <P>ACE Golden Eddie Filmmaker of the Year: Norman Jewison.</P> <P>Lifetime Career Achievement awards: Millie Moore and Bud Smith.</P> <P>William Friedkin presented the career achievement award to Smith, who is perhaps best known for his Academy Award- and ACE Award-nominated work on "The Exorcist." </P> <P>Soogin Chung of the American Film Institute was named the winner of the ACE student editing competition. </P>Note the date on this article may be incorrect due to importing it from our old system.