Marcus D'Arcy

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Marcus D'Arcy
Occupation film editor
Years active1981-Present

Marcus D'Arcy is an Australian film editor.

He was nominated for the Academy Award for Film Editing in 1995 for his work on Babe , which he shared with Jay Friedkin. [1]

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Selected filmography

YearFilmDirectorNotes
1995 Babe Chris Noonan Nominated—Academy Award for Best Film Editing
Nominated—BAFTA Award for Best Editing
2001 Cubbyhouse Murray Fahey
2003 Swimming Upstream Russell Mulcahy FCCA Award for Best Editing
Nominated—Inside Film Award for Best Editing
2004 Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid Dwight H. Little
2010 Tomorrow, When the War Began Stuart Beattie Nominated—AACTA Award for Best Editing
Nominated—ASE Award for Best Editing in a Feature Film
Nominated—FCCA Award for Best Editing
2013 Drift Morgan O'Neill
Ben Nott
2014 I, Frankenstein Stuart Beattie
2015 Oddball Stuart McDonald
Last Cab to Darwin Jeremy Sims
2020 Rams Jeremy Sims

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References

  1. "1996 Oscars" . Retrieved June 20, 2015.