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The lavish production of "War and Peace" is sure to be an Emmy contender in a slew of below-the-line categories. And leads Paul Dano, Lily James and James Norton are strong contenders too. Among the supporting players, the standout is Jim Broadbent. He steals every scene in which he appears as Prince Nikolai Bolkonsky, an aristocrat who struggles to maintain his stature in tsarist Russia during the Napoleonic era. -Break- Subscribe to Gold Derby Breaking News Alerts & Experts’ Latest Emmy Predictions Broadbent won the Best Supporting Actor Oscar back in 2001 for his turn in "Iris" as writer John Bayley whose wife, author Iris Murdoch, was afflicted by Alzheimer's disease. And he is well-known to TV academy voters. He contended in this category in 2002 for his performance in "The Gathering Storm"; he lost to Michael Moriarty ("James Dean"). And in 2007, he was nominated up in...' »
Antony Gibbs, a British-born film editor who cut dozens of pictures, including such ’60s classics as “Tom Jones” as well as “Fiddler on the Roof,” “Rollerball,” “Dune” and “Ronin,” died February 26. He was 90.
The Guild of British Film and Television Editors reported his death on Facebook.
Gibbs was nominated for four of the American Cinema Editors’ Eddie Awards, including for “Tom Jones” in 1964 and “Fiddler on the Roof” in 1972. He won Eddies in 1998 for his work on John Frankenheimer’s TNT miniseries “George Wallace,” starring Gary Sinise, and in 2002 for his editing of Mark Rydell’s TNT TV movie “James Dean,” starring James Franco (a film for which he also picked up an Emmy nomination). Also in 2002, he received an Ace career achievement award.
- Carmel Dagan
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