Juliette Welfling

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Juliette Welfling
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Juliette Welfling is a French film editor. [1] She was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Film Editing for her work in the 2007 movie The Diving Bell and the Butterfly . She has received the César Award for Best Editing for her work on this film as well as for five Jacques Audiard films: Regarde les hommes tomber (1994), The Beat That My Heart Skipped (2005), A Prophet (2009), Rust and Bone (2012), and The Sisters Brothers (2018).



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  1. "Juliette Welfling". AlloCiné . Retrieved July 16, 2017.