December 8, 2020

Welcome to the latest issue of CinemaEditor. ACE is pleased to release the 2021 ACE Eddie Awards schedule, reflecting changes to the overall awards season calendar. As a result, you’ll see that this issue is themed “Awards 1.” The first quarter issue of 2021 will be renamed “Awards 2,” enabling ACE members to read about even more of the season’s movies.

A few notes about next year’s Eddies: The presentation has been scheduled for April 18, though the format is still in discussion. Next, we’re happy to introduce a new category, Best Edited Animation (Non-Theatrical), which will showcase animated series and other content released for TV and streaming platforms.

Please note that Eddie eligibility periods have been revised. Eligible feature films must be released between Jan. 1, 2020 – Feb. 28, 2021. Television category entries  must have aired between Nov. 2, 2019 – Dec. 31, 2020. The complete Eddies calendar follows, below.

ACE also continues to monitor how members are adjusting to work during the pandemic, while staying safe. We’ve recently sent out a new Best Practices – Work from Home survey, and your responses are appreciated. During this challenging time, keeping our community connected is more important than ever.

To that end, we want to gratefully acknowledge the speakers, sponsors and more than 800 participants in this year’s virtual EditFest Global, which you can read about in this issue. With the event, the EditFest Global website has been launched and we look forward to sharing additional year-round content from the ACE community through this new platform. Please stay safe.

–The ACE Board of Directors

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