Jim Clark

 

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Jim Clark är en filmarbetare, regissör och producent. Han föddes i Boston, Lincolnshire, England, Storbritannien den 24 maj 1931. Han är känd för bland annat The Jackal (1997), Charade (1963), Copycat (1995), The Mission (1986) och Maratonmannen (1976).

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Jim Clark

Född 1931-05-24 (90 år sedan) i Boston, Lincolnshire, England, Storbritannien.

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BAFTA Award for Best Editing (The Mission) 1987 British Academy Film and Television Awards 1987 The Mission
BAFTA Award for Best Editing (The Killing Fields) 1985 British Academy Film and Television Awards 1985 The Killing Fields
Academy Award for Best Film Editing (The Killing Fields) 57th Academy Awards 1984 The Killing Fields
American Cinema Editors Career Achievement Award
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BAFTA Award for Best Editing (Vera Drake) 58th British Academy Film Awards 2005 Vera Drake
BAFTA Award for Best Editing (The Mission) 1987 British Academy Film and Television Awards 1987 The Mission
Academy Award for Best Film Editing (The Mission) 59th Academy Awards 1986 The Mission
BAFTA Award for Best Editing (The Killing Fields) 1985 British Academy Film and Television Awards 1985 The Killing Fields
Academy Award for Best Film Editing (The Killing Fields) 57th Academy Awards 1984 The Killing Fields
BAFTA Award for Best Editing (Marathon Man) 1977 British Academy Film and Television Awards 1977 Maratonmannen
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Namn Från Till Typ av förhållade
Laurence Méry-Clark(Gifta: 1961–) 1961 Gifta

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Jim Clark (born 24 May 1931 in Boston, Lincolnshire) is a British film editor and director.

Clark was born in 1931, and grew up in Boston, Lincolnshire. Clark moved to London, and in 1951 he began work as an assistant editor at the legendary Ealing Studios. Subsequently, Clark worked as a freelance assistant editor on two films directed by Stanley Donen and edited by Jack Harris. When Harris declined the opportunity to work on Donen's subsequent film, Surprise Package (1960), Donen gave Clark the job. As Clark later wrote,

It was a fairly bad movie and probably would have finished my career before it had started, but luckily Stanley got another film, The Grass Is Greener (1960), which he also asked me to edit. The cutting of the two films overlapped, which was great training for me. Soon after, I was asked to cut The Innocents (1961) starring Deborah Kerr, which has since become a classic story-driven, supernatural horror film. It was very hard to cut, but that film really put me on the map.

He received an Academy Award and a BAFTA Award for the editing of The Killing Fields (1984); he received a second BAFTA Award for editing The Mission (1986). Clark was also nominated for BAFTA Awards for his editing of the films Vera Drake (2004) and Marathon Man (1976). In 2005, Clark received the American Cinema Editors Career Achievement Award.

Responding to a question about the major influences on his editing, Clark said

Looking back over many years, the American cinema of the 40s was very important to me, along with Hitchcock films and early British comedies with actors like Will Hay and George Formby. Music has also played a major role; it influences the rhythm of my editing. The pacing of a film and its dialogue have a lot to do with music, and the act of going from one shot to another has always fascinated me - when and how you do it, the reason for an edit.

As a director he was responsible for Rentadick (1972) and Madhouse (1974) starring Vincent Price.

Clark now lives in Kensington with his wife Laurence Méry-Clark, who is also a film and television editor. They married in 1961 and have three children.

Clark was born in 1931, and grew up in Boston, Lincolnshire. Clark moved to London, and in 1951 he began work as an assistant editor at the legendary Ealing Studios. Subsequently, Clark worked as a freelance assistant editor on two films directed by Stanley Donen and edited by Jack Harris. When Harris declined the opportunity to work on Donen's subsequent film, Surprise Package (1960), Donen gave Clark the job. As Clark later wrote,

It was a fairly bad movie and probably would have finished my career before it had started, but luckily Stanley got another film, The Grass Is Greener (1960), which he also asked me to edit. The cutting of the two films overlapped, which was great training for me. Soon after, I was asked to cut The Innocents (1961) starring Deborah Kerr, which has since become a classic story-driven, supernatural horror film. It was very hard to cut, but that film really put me on the map.

He received an Academy Award and a BAFTA Award for the editing of The Killing Fields (1984); he received a second BAFTA Award for editing The Mission (1986). Clark was also nominated for BAFTA Awards for his editing of the films Vera Drake (2004) and Marathon Man (1976). In 2005, Clark received the American Cinema Editors Career Achievement Award.

Responding to a question about the major influences on his editing, Clark said

Looking back over many years, the American cinema of the 40s was very important to me, along with Hitchcock films and early British comedies with actors like Will Hay and George Formby. Music has also played a major role; it influences the rhythm of my editing. The pacing of a film and its dialogue have a lot to do with music, and the act of going from one shot to another has always fascinated me - when and how you do it, the reason for an edit.

As a director he was responsible for Rentadick (1972) and Madhouse (1974) starring Vincent Price.

Clark now lives in Kensington with his wife Laurence Méry-Clark, who is also a film and television editor. They married in 1961 and have three children.

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