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Film editor William Goldenberg has attended the Oscars twice before as a nominee, but both times he knew he would lose. In 1999, nominated for "The Insider," Michael Mann's tale of a tobacco industry whistleblower, he ran into the technical wizardry of "The Matrix." In 2004, nominated for "Seabiscuit," he was vanquished by the orcs and elves of "The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King," which swept to victory with all 11 of its nominations. Almost a decade after his last nomination, Goldenberg (at left, with his recent BAFTA win »

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