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Jon Gregory has twice been nominated for a BAFTA Award, for his work on Four Weddings and a Funeral and Alastair Reid's miniseries Traffik; has twice been nominated for the Australian Film Institute [AFI] Award, for editing John Hillcoat's The Propositionand Gregor Jordan's Ned Kelly(also a Focus Features release); was a Genie Award nominee for Sheri Elwood's Deeply; and won an American Cinema Editors' [A.C.E.] Eddie Award for his work on David Tucker's miniseries A Year in Provence.
He has enjoyed multiple collaborations with directors Mike Leigh (on the features Secrets & Lies, Naked, Life is Sweet, and High Hopes as well as the shorts A Sense of History and The Short and Curlies) and Mike Newell (on Four Weddings and a Funeral, Pushing Tin, Donnie Brasco, and An Awfully Big Adventure).
Mr. Gregory's notable feature credits as editor also include Hanif Kureishi's London Kills Me; Richard LaGravenese's Living Out Loud; and Mark Palansky's Penelope.