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Born: July 12, 1943 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Editing ...
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1969:
First feature credit ("sound montage"), Coppola's "The Rain People"
1990:
Was a film editor and sound mixer for "The Godfather: Part III"; earned Academy Award nomination for Best Film Editing
1999:
Worked on the film "The Talented Mr. Ripley"
1971:
Feature screenwriting debut, co-wrote (with Lucas) script for "THX 1138" (Lucas' feature directorial debut); also received sound credit
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Relocated to San Francisco on the advice of former classmate George Lucas to collaborate with Lucas and Francis Ford Coppola
2003:
Reteamed with Anthony Minghella for "Cold Mountain," served as film editor and sound mixer; earned Academy Award nomination for Best Film Editing
1995:
Served as film editor and sound mixer for "First Knight"
1988:
Served as film editor on "The Unbearable Lightness of Being"
1993:
Worked as an editor and sound mixer on the film "Romeo Is Bleeding"
1985:
Feature debut as writer-director, "Return to Oz"
1996:
First collaboration with Anthony Minghella, served as editor and sound mixer for the Oscar winning film "The English Patient"
1990:
Worked as film editor and sound mixer for the film "Ghost" earned Academy Award nomination for Best Film Editing
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As a freelancer, cut eductional films, commercials and documentaries in Los Angeles
1968:
First collaboration with Lucas, served as sound editor and contributed to screenplay of Lucas' sci-fi student short "The Electronic Labyrinth: THX-1138: 4EB"
1970:
Served as one of the many sound people on "Gimme Shelter", the Maysles brothers' landmark document of the Rolling Stones fateful Altamont concert
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Worked as an editor and sound mixer for Coppola's American Zoetrope company
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Worked as production manager for United States Information Agency (USIA) film department

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