Tom Cross (film editor)

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Tom Cross
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CitizenshipAmerican
Education State University of New York at Purchase (BFA, 1993)
OccupationFilm editor
Years active1997–present
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Tom Cross is an American television and film editor. He is known for his collaborations with Damien Chazelle including Whiplash (2014) for which he won the Academy Award for Best Film Editing as well as La La Land (2016), and First Man (2018). [1]

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Early life

Tom has a Vietnamese mother, Mrs. Loc Vo - a painter originally from Hue, and his father is Jim Cross. [2] [3] In 1993, he graduated with a degree in visual arts from Purchase College, New York State. [4]

Career

He began his career in 1997 as an assistant editor, contributing to such diverse projects as We Own the Night (2007), Crazy Heart (2009), The Switch (2010) and the Primetime Emmy Award-winning drama series Deadwood . [5] He came to worldwide prominence in 2015 when he won the Independent Spirit Award for Best Editing, BAFTA Award for Best Editing and Academy Award for Best Editing (among other honors) for his work on the acclaimed film Whiplash (2014). and reunited with writer/director Damien Chazelle on the musical romantic comedy La La Land (2016). [6]

He is also known for his work on David O. Russell's biographical drama Joy (2015), the musical The Greatest Showman (2016), Scott Cooper's western drama Hostiles (2017), and Cary Joji Fukunaga's James Bond film No Time to Die (2021). [7]

Influences

He has cited The Wild Bunch (1969) and The French Connection (1971) as influences. [8]

Personal life

Tom is married to Holly Ramos and they have two children. [2] When Tom received his first Oscar nomination, Ramos took to her blog to congratulate her husband and share her pride, she said: ".. Tom is the personification of Conan O’Brien’s quote. “if you work really really hard and are kind, amazing things will happen”. He inspires me everyday." [9]

Filmography

YearFilmDirectorNotesRef.
2010 The Space Between Travis Fine [10]
2012 Any Day Now [11]
2014 Whiplash Damien Chazelle [12]
Time Lapse Bradley D. King [13]
2015 The Driftless Area Zachary Slusser [14]
Joy David O. Russell Co-edited with Alan Baumgarten,
Christopher Tellefsen and Jay Cassidy
[15]
2016 La La Land Damien Chazelle [16]
2017 Hostiles Scott Cooper [17]
The Greatest Showman Michael Gracey Co-edited with Joe Hutshing, Jon Poll,
Michael McCusker, Robert Duffy and Spencer Susser
[18]
2018 First Man Damien Chazelle [19]
2021 No Time to Die Cary Joji Fukunaga Co-edited with Elliot Graham [20]
2022 Babylon Damien Chazelle [21]

Accolades

Awards and nominations received by Tom Cross
Organizations [lower-alpha 1] Year [lower-alpha 2] CategoryWorkResultRef.
Academy Awards 2015 Best Film Editing Whiplash Won [22]
2017 La La Land Nominated [23]
Alliance of Women Film Journalists 2015Best Editing Whiplash Nominated [24]
2016 La La Land Nominated [25]
American Cinema Editors 2015 Best Edited Feature Film – Dramatic Whiplash Nominated [26]
2016 Best Edited Feature Film – Comedy or Musical Joy Nominated [27]
2017 La La Land Won [28]
2019 Best Edited Feature Film – Dramatic First Man Nominated [29]
2022 No Time to Die Nominated [30]
Austin Film Critics Association 2019 Best Film Editing First Man Won [31]
Boston Society of Film Critics 2016 Best Editing La La Land Won [32]
2018 First Man Won [33]
British Academy Film Awards 2015 Best Editing Whiplash Won [34]
2017 La La Land Nominated [35]
2019 First Man Nominated [36]
2022 No Time to Die Won [37]
British Film Editors Cut Above Awards 2022Best Edited British DramaNominated [38]
Chicago Film Critics Association 2014 Best Editing Whiplash Won [39]
2016 La La Land Won [40]
2018 First Man Nominated [41]
2022 Babylon Nominated [42]
Chicago Indie Critics 2019Best Editing First Man Nominated [43]
2023 Babylon Nominated [44]
Columbus Film Critics Association 2015Best Film Editing Whiplash Won [45]
2017 La La Land Won [46]
2019 First Man Nominated [47]
Critics' Choice Movie Awards 2015 Best Editing Whiplash Nominated [48]
2016 La La Land Won [49]
2019 First Man Won [50]
2023 Babylon Nominated [51]
DiscussingFilm Critics Awards 2023Best EditingNominated [52]
Gold Derby Awards 2015Film Editing Whiplash Won [53]
2017 La La Land Won [54]
2019 First Man Won [55]
2020Film Editing of the Decade Whiplash 3rd place [56]
La La Land Nominated
Greater Western New York Film Critics Association 2018Film Editing First Man Nominated [57]
2022 Babylon Nominated [58]
Hawaii Film Critics Society 2017Best Editing La La Land Won [59]
2019 First Man [lower-alpha 3] Won [60]
2023 Babylon Nominated [61]
Hollywood Film Awards 2018 Hollywood Editor Award First Man Won [62]
Hollywood Professional Association 2015 Outstanding Editing – Theatrical Feature Whiplash Won [63]
2022 No Time to Die Nominated [64]
Independent Spirit Awards 2015 Best Editing Whiplash Won [65]
IndieWire Critics Poll 2014Best EditingRunner-up [66]
2016 La La Land 3rd place [67]
International Cinephile Society 2015Best Editing Whiplash Won [68]
Las Vegas Film Critics Society 2016Best Film Editing La La Land Nominated [69]
Latino Entertainment Journalists Association 2019Best Editing First Man Nominated [70]
London Film Critics' Circle 2015 Technical Achievement Whiplash Nominated [71]
Los Angeles Film Critics Association 2016 Best Editing La La Land Runner-up [72]
Music City Film Critics Association 2019Best Editing First Man Nominated [73]
2023 Babylon Nominated [74]
North Carolina Film Critics Association 2023Best EditingNominated [75]
Online Film & Television Association 2017Best Film Editing La La Land Won [76]
2019 First Man Runner-up [77]
Online Film Critics Society 2014 Best Editing Whiplash Nominated [78]
2017 La La Land Won [79]
2019 First Man Nominated [80]
Phoenix Film Critics Society 2016Best Film Editing La La Land Nominated [81]
San Diego Film Critics Society 2016 Best Editing Nominated [82]
San Francisco Bay Area Film Critics Circle 2014 Best Film Editing Whiplash Nominated [83]
2016 La La Land Nominated [84]
2018 First Man Nominated [85]
2023 Babylon Nominated [86]
Satellite Awards 2017 Best Editing La La Land Nominated [87]
2019 First Man Nominated [88]
Seattle Film Critics Society 2017Best Film Editing La La Land Nominated [89]
2018 First Man Nominated [90]
St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association 2016 Best Editing La La Land Nominated [91]
2018 First Man Nominated [92]
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association 2014 Best Editing Whiplash Nominated [93]
2016 La La Land Won [94]
2018 First Man Won [95]

See also

Notes

  1. Awards, festivals, honors and other miscellaneous organizations are listed in alphabetical order.
  2. Indicates the year of ceremony. Each year is linked to the article about the awards held that year, wherever possible.
  3. Shared with Alfonso Cuarón & Adam Gough.

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