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Another win for 'Argo' and more from LA movie awards circuit

Written by Barbara Vancheri on .

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“Argo” continues its winning ways. 
 
It won the award for best edited feature film (dramatic) at the 63rd annual ACE Eddie Awards. The honor, for film editing, went to William Goldenberg, who is nominated for an Oscar in the same category.
 
The award for best edited feature film (comedy or musical) was given to “Silver Linings Playbook” and Jay Cassidy and Crispin Struthers.
 
Nicholas C. Smith and Robert Grahamjones earned the prize for best edited animated feature for “Brave.” 
 
Malik Bendjelloul won the documentary (feature) honor for “Searching for Sugar Man.” 
 
Steven Spielberg received the ACE Golden Eddie Filmmaker of the Year Award. (He’s shown at the Beverly Hilton during the Saturday ceremony. Photo by John Shearer/Invision/AP.)
 
In other awards, the Cinema Audio Society handed out its top honors on Saturday. 
 
“Les Miserables” won the honor for outstanding achievement in sound mixing for 2012, motion picture — live action. “Brave” took the prize for animated movie. 

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