Comic and actor Patton Oswalt hosted the 2008 ACE "Eddie" awards in
Christopher Rouse and Chris Lebenzon took top honors at the 58th annual American Cinema Editors Eddie Awards on Sunday at the Beverly Hilton.
Geoffrey Richman, Chris Seward & Dan Swietlik won best-edited documentary for Michael Moore's "Sicko."
Best Edited Feature Film (Dramatic): Christopher Rouse for "The Bourne Ultimatum"
Best Edited Feature Film (Comedy or Musical): Chris Lebenzon for "Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street"
Other awards announced this evening included:
Best-edited miniseries or motion picture for non-commercial television: Tatiana S. Riegel and Leo Trombetta for "Pu-239."
Best-edited one-hour series for commercial television: Norman Buckley for the pilot of "Chuck."
Best-edited one-hour series for non-commercial television: Sidney Wolinsky for the "Made in America" episode of "The Sopranos."
Best-edited half-hour series for television: Steven Rasch, "The Bat Mitzvah" episode of "Curb Your Enthusiasm."
Best-edited miniseries or motion picture for commercial television: Scott Vickery and Robert Ferretti for the second episode of "The Company."
Best-edited non-scripted/reality series: Chuck Montgomery & Michael Glickman for the "Country Love" episode of "Cops.
ACE Golden Eddie Filmmaker of the Year: Norman Jewison.
Lifetime Career Achievement awards: Millie Moore and Bud Smith.
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."
Soogin Chung of the American Film Institute was named the winner of the ACE student editing competition.