acelogo__120219055546-200x94__140110144901With presenters including Leonardo DiCaprio, Warren Beatty and Jonah Hill, it was a winning night for Captain Phillips, American Hustle, Breaking Bad and Frozen at the 64th annual ACE Eddie Awards. Christopher Rouse took home the Best Edited Feature Film (Dramatic) for Captain Phillips. That film’s director Paul Greengrass also was on hand at the Beverly Hilton to accept this year’s ACE Golden Eddie Filmmaker of the Year award from the American Cinema Editors, presented by his lead actor Tom Hanks. The Bob Odenkirk-hosted ceremony also saw American Hustle editors Jay Cassidy, Crispin Struthers & Alan Baumgarten win the Best Edited Feature Film (Comedy or Musical) trophy. Hot off its big Annie Awards win last week, Disney’s Frozen and its editor Jeff Draheim won the Best Edited Animated Feature Film prize. The Oscar-nominated pic 20 Feet From Stardom, which debuted at Sundance last year, won the Documentary Feature award.

Related: Full List of 2014 ACE Eddie Award Nominations

On the TV Side, Breaking Bad editor Skip MacDonald scored the Best Edited One-Hour Series for Commercial Television award for the series finale episode “Felina”. The Office, Showtime’s Homeland and HBO’s Behind The Candelabra also were winners. In the new Best Edited Non-Scripted Series category, Nick Brigden took home the Eddie for his work on the “Tokyo” episode of CNN’s Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown.

Check out the full list of winners below, and stay tuned for Deadline’s Pete Hammond’s column on the victors, what went on in the room and what tonight’s awards mean heading toward the Academy Awards on March 2

Related: Full List of 2014 ACE Eddie Award Nominations

Here is the full list of winners, followed by how Deadline’s live blog played out:

BEST EDITED FEATURE FILM (DRAMATIC)
Captain Phillips, Christopher Rouse

BEST EDITED FEATURE FILM (COMEDY OR MUSICAL)
American Hustle, Jay Cassidy, Crispin Struthers & Alan Baumgarten

BEST EDITED ANIMATED FEATURE FILM
Frozen, Jeff Draheim

BEST EDITED DOCUMENTARY (FEATURE)
20 Feet From Stardom, Douglas Blush, Kevin Klauber & Jason Zeldes

BEST EDITED DOCUMENTARY (TELEVISION)
The Assassination of President Kennedy, Chris A. Peterson

BEST EDITED HALF-HOUR SERIES FOR TELEVISION
The Office, “Finale”, David Rogers & Claire Scanlon

BEST EDITED ONE-HOUR SERIES FOR COMMERCIAL TELEVISION
Breaking Bad, “Felina”, Skip MacDonald

BEST EDITED ONE-HOUR SERIES FOR NON-COMMERCIAL TELEVISION
Homeland, “Big Man in Tehran”, Terry Kelley

BEST EDITED MINISERIES OR MOTION PICTURE FOR TELEVISION
Behind the Candelabra, Mary Ann Bernard

BEST EDITED NON-SCRIPTED SERIES
Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown, “Tokyo,” Nick Brigden

BEST STUDENT EDITING
Ambar Salinas, Video Symphony

Here’s the recap of the live blog:

HERITAGE AWARD
Randy Roberts

BEST STUDENT EDITING
Ambar Salinas, Video Symphony

BEST EDITED DOCUMENTARY (TELEVISION)
The Assassination of President Kennedy, Chris A. Peterson

BEST EDITED DOCUMENTARY (FEATURE)
20 Feet From Stardom, Douglas Blush, Kevin Klauber & Jason Zeldes

Mostly standard “thank you”-type speeches so far.

BEST EDITED NON-SCRIPTED SERIES
Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown Tokyo, Nick Brigden

CAREER ACHIEVEMENT
Richard Halsey

Halsey won the Academy Award for editing Rocky (1976). “This is better than the Oscar, I will tell you that right now,” he said from the stage. “This is the most thrilling experience of my whole life — to quote Kathy Baker in Edward Scissorhands.” Halsey also edited that 1990 film, along with other features including American Gigolo and Sister Act. He earned an Emmy nom for the 1999 telepic Pirates Of Silicon Valley.

BEST EDITED MINISERIES OR MOTION PICTURE FOR TELEVISION
Behind the Candelabra, Mary Ann Bernard

The winner actually is Steven Soderbergh, who uses his mother’s name — Mary Ann Bernard — as a pseudonym when he does film editing work. The man who also directed the Emmy-winning HBO telefilm isn’t at the Hilton tonight, but his assistant editor read a note from Soderbergh saying his mom passed away this morning. He thanked ACE, but that was it.

CAREER ACHIEVEMENT
Robert C. Jones

Warren Beatty is presenting the award to his Bulworth editor. The actor-director is musing about how he was in Jones’ films like Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner, but the editor did work on such Beatty-starring pics as Heaven Can Wait and Shampoo. Said Jones, “For many years and up until this day I battled with a feeling that I really don’t know what I’m doing.” The three-time Oscar nominee — for Bound For Glory (1976), Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner (1967) and It’s A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963) — thanked Stanley Kramer, John Cassavetes, Arthur Hiller and Hal Ashby. “Working with Warren Beatty was like re-entering the birth canal,” he said. Jones also edited such films as Man Of LA Mancha, Love Story, Days Of Thunder, The Babe and Crazy In Alabama and shared an Original Screenplay Academy Award for Coming Home (1978).

BEST EDITED HALF-HOUR SERIES FOR TELEVISION
The Office, “Finale”, David Rogers & Claire Scanlon

BEST EDITED ONE-HOUR SERIES FOR COMMERCIAL TELEVISION
Breaking Bad, “Felina”, Skip MacDonald

BEST EDITED ONE-HOUR SERIES FOR NON-COMMERCIAL TELEVISION
Homeland, “Big Man in Tehran”, Terry Kelley

GOLDEN EDDIE AWARD
Paul Greengrass

The director’s Captain Phillips star Tom Hanks is presented the award. “Congratulations to ACE for giving out the largest trophy in show business,” Hanks said. He then warned the editors to keep them hidden because actors might want to add editing to their resume just to win one themselves. The two-time Oscar winner called Greengrass’ United 93 the greatest motion picture in history that might be the most difficult to watch. He added that Greengrass never has use for a tripod and said that on Captain Phillips he was the the usual journalist/filmmaker/troublemaker.

Said Greengrass, “I’m humbled to be in a room full of editors who are the custodians of so many directors’ bloopers and mistakes.” He spent a long time reminiscing about the first time he visited a cutting room in 1978, when he was about 21. Greengrass then talked about the “unruly animal” of film. “You can’t master it,” he said. “That is filmmaking. I have been blessed to work with the wonderful editors who helped me on my journey.” Greengrass then talked about balancing his background in documentaries with fictional filmmaking and about his relationship with Christoper Rouse, his editor of Captain Phillips and other films including United 93 and two Bourne pics. “Film editors are authors — they are filmmakers,” he said. “They are at the heart of the process.”

BEST EDITED ANIMATED FEATURE FILM
Frozen, Jeff Draheim

The Disney phenom just rolls on — at the box office ($866M and climbing) and on the awards circuit. The editing win follows its triumph at last week’s Annie Awards.

BEST EDITED FEATURE FILM (COMEDY OR MUSICAL)
American Hustle, Jay Cassidy, Crispin Struthers & Alan Baumgarten

Philomena star and co-writer Steve Coogan presented the award along with William Goldenberg, last year’s ACE Eddie Award winner for Argo.

It’s a repeat for Jay Cassidy and Crispin Struthers, who won the same Eddie Award last year for another David O. Russell film, Silver Linings Playbook. “We were up here before,” Cassidy said, “and we thank you again.” He added that he was “inspired” by his fellow nominees.

BEST EDITED FEATURE FILM (DRAMATIC)
Captain Phillips, Christopher Rouse

Before Leonardo DiCaprio presented the award, he saluted Martin Scorsese and his The Wolf Of Wall Street editor Thelma Schoonmaker, who moments before had come up short comedy/musical category. He thanked her for making him a better actor.

Christopher Rouse thanked Paul Greengrass and says, “You are my creative beacon.” He also saluted his fellow nominees. “I am nervous as hell,” he says. “I’m so lucky to do something I love.” Rouse also talked about apprenticing and assisting tonight’s Career Achievement recipients Robert C. Jones and Richard Halsey early in his career.

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