Julian Clarke

 

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Julian Clarke is a Canadian film editor. Clarke graduated from Kitsilano Secondary School before enrolling at the University of British Columbia as a film major. After graduating from UBC in 2000, Clarke immediately began to find work as a professional film editor. Clarke was nominated for a 2009 Academy Award for Best Film Editing, a BAFTA Award for Best Editing, an ACE Eddie Award for Best Edited Feature Film, a Satellite Award for Best Editing, and an Online Film Critics Society Award for Best Editing for his work on the science-fiction film, District 9

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Julian Clarke

Born 1977-09-03 (42 years ago) in Vancouver.

Nominated for awards
Award Ceremony Year Nominated for
BAFTA Award for Best Editing (District 9) 63rd British Academy Film Awards 2010 District 9
Academy Award for Best Film Editing (District 9) 82nd Academy Awards 2009 District 9
Satellite Award for Best Editing (District 9) 14th Satellite Awards 2009 District 9

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Julian Clarke is a Canadian film editor. Clarke graduated from Kitsilano Secondary School before enrolling at the University of British Columbia as a film major. After graduating from UBC in 2000, Clarke immediately began to find work as a professional film editor. Clarke was nominated for a 2009 Academy Award for Best Film Editing, a BAFTA Award for Best Editing, an ACE Eddie Award for Best Edited Feature Film, a Satellite Award for Best Editing, and an Online Film Critics Society Award for Best Editing for his work on the science-fiction film, District 9.

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