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'The Descendants,' 'The Artist' pick up Ace Eddie Awards

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The Descendants and The Artist were the big winners at the 62nd annual Ace Eddie Awards, picking up trophies for Best Edited Feature Film (Drama) and Best Edited Feature Film (Comedy or Musical), respectively. The Eddie Awards — which recognize the year’s best editing in film and television — also handed out awards to Rango (Best Edited Animated Feature Film) and Freedom Riders (Best Edited Documentary).

The big television winners were episodes of Homeland and Curb Your Enthusiasm. An episode of No Reservations won in the reality TV category. For more on the Ace Eddie Awards, click here.

Meanwhile, over at the Scripter Awards, The Descendants‘ Alexander Payne, Nat Faxon, Jim Rash, and Kaui Hart Hemmings picked up the top prize (see more about the ceremony here) while Hugo‘s sound mixers won big at the Cinema Audio Society Awards (see their full winner list here).

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