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Sarah Flack, A.C.E.
Sarah Flack won a BAFTA Award, and was nominated for the American Cinema Editors’ Eddie Award and a Cinemarati Award, for editing Sofia Coppola’s Lost in Translation (also for Focus Features). She reteamed with the writer/director on Marie Antoinette.
Ms. Flack has collaborated with Steven Soderbergh on several projects, editing his features Full Frontal, The Limey (for which she was nominated for an Online Film Critics Society Award), and Schizopolis.
Her additional credits as film editor include, also for Focus Features, Sam Mendes’ Away We Go and Jim Simpson’s The Guys; Peter Hedges’ Dan in Real Life; Michel Gondry’s Dave Chappelle’s Block Party; John Polson’s Swimfan;Michael Showalter’s The Baxter; Edward Burns’ Looking for Kitty; and Mark Gibson’s Lush.
Ms. Flack graduated from Brown University with a B.A. in Political Science and in Semiotics/Film. After a job in Prague on the set of Steven Soderbergh’s Kafka, she began working as an apprentice and later as an assistant editor, with Claire Simpson (on Caroline Thompson’s Black Beauty and Robert Towne’s Without Limits); with Nancy Richardson and Pietro Scalia (on Desmond Nakano’s White Man’s Burden); and with Jill Bilcock (on Baz Luhrmann’s William Shakespeare’s ‘Romeo + Juliet’).