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Oranges and Sunshine’s Dany Cooper wins best editing at the Ellies

4 December 2011 9:01 PM, PST | Encore Magazine | See recent Encore Magazine news »

Cooper is stamped by the Ellie as is tradition to accept her award

Dany Cooper Ase has won best editing in a feature film for her work on Oranges and Sunshine at the Australian Screen Editors Awards.

Nicknamed The Ellies, the awards were held last night at the Vanguard in Newtown, Sydney, hosted by actor comedian Rob Carlton (Underbelly, Paper Giants).

In addition to the awards, each year the guild gives accreditation to editors whose work is considered of a consistently high standard.

This year the guild accredited Scott Gray Ase (Somersault, Solo, The Boys are Back), Matt Villa Ase (The Great Gatsby, Happy Feet 2, I-Robot) and Sue Schweikert Ase (commercials Axa’s Crocodile Tears, McDonalds’ James Dean and Australian Tourism Commission).

Henry Dangar Ase (Winter of our Dreams, The Crossing, Spider and Rose, Lucky Miles Rake, Kiss or Kill) received lifetime membership to the guild.

Guild president Jason Ballantine »

- Colin Delaney

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The Hunter leads Aacta Awards nominations

29 November 2011 7:01 PM, PST | Encore Magazine | See recent Encore Magazine news »

The Hunter has lead the Aacta Awards with 14 nominations including best film.

The film, by Daniel Nettheim, is also up for best direction, adapted screenplay, cinematography, sound, production design, costume, original music score, and visual effects. Meanwhile, Willem Dafoe, Frances O’Connor, Sam Neill and Morgana Davies are all up for acting awards.

The film has currently made just over $1m at the local box office.

It’s the first year for the re-launched AACTAs, formerly the AFI awards.

The technical awards will be given out at a luncheon on 15 January at the Sydney Opera House, with an evening ceremony for the more ‘public-friendly’ awards held at the Opera House on 31 January.

Running against The Hunter for best film is Red Dog, Mad Bastards, The Eye of the Storm, Snowtown and Oranges and Sunshine.

The Eye of the Storm, was second in the nominations race with 12, of which six are »

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Australian Screen Editors’ Guild nominates Blame, Hawke and The Ball among nominees

7 November 2011 9:20 PM, PST | Encore Magazine | See recent Encore Magazine news »

The Australian Screen Editors’ (Ase) Guild has announced its nominees for the 2011 Ellie Awards.

Across seven categories, the Ase Guild recognises achievements in editing across feature film, television, documentary, music videos, commercials and short films.

Blame, Mad Bastards, Oranges and Sunshine and Tomorrow When the War Began, are all up for an award. So to is East West 101, Jandamarra’s War, Spirited, short film Something Fishy, Carlton Draught’s Slo Mo ad and Tim and Jean’s music video for Don’t Stop.

The awards are nicknamed the Ellies after the bronzed elephant statues.

Actor Rob Carlton (Underbelly, Paper Giants) is to host the night. Carlton said he feels the pressure to nail the night: “If you’re an actor, hosting the Awards night for the Screen Editors is a high-stakes business. Get it right and I’m assured lots of smouldering close-ups. Get it wrong and all you »

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Australian Screen Editors' guild announce 2011 award nominees

7 November 2011 4:29 PM, PST | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

The Australian Screen Editors' (Ase) guild has unveiled the nominees for its sixth annual awards. The awards ..nicknamed .The Ellies. ..recognise outstanding achievements in editing across all visual mediums and will be presented on December 4 at The Vanguard in Newtown, Sydney. Among the feature film nominees are: Meredith Watson Jeffrey (Blame),.Claire Fletcher (Mad Bastards), Dany Cooper Ase (Oranges and Sunshine), and Marcus D.Arcy (Tomorrow When the War Began)..The TV drama nominees are: Nicole La Macchia (East West 101, Series 3, Episode 14), Rodrigo Balart (Hawke),.Stephen Evans (Rush, Episode 308), and Martin Connor (Spirited, Series 1, Episode 2). Actor Rob Carlton (Underbelly, Paper Giants: The Birth of Cleo) »

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Ita Buttrose happy with 'Paper Giants'

25 April 2011 4:18 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Ita Buttrose has revealed that she is pleased with new show Paper Giants. The former publishing boss, who was portrayed by Asher Keddie in the TV drama about how she revolutionised the Australian women's magazine industry, also revealed more about what it was like to work with media mogul Kerry Packer in the 1970s. According to The Sunday Telegraph, Buttrose praised Keddie's performance but said that her "lisp was overdone". She also revealed that Rob Carlton "captured Kerry's temper" but she didn't think "his great sense of humour" came across very well. Buttrose said that she felt she had to "hide" her pregnancy as the editor of Cleo magazine almost 40 years ago, as Sydney was tough for working women. (more) »

- By Rebecca Davies

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