Alan Heim

Alan Heim ( born May 21, 1936 in Bronx, New York City ) is an American editor and Oscar winners.


After Alan home for such films as The Pawnbroker and Springtime for Hitler was each still responsible for the sound editor, he was able in 1968 to perform with The Seagull, a film by Sidney Lumet, its first autonomous film editing. It was also Lumet's Network, was first nominated to the home for an Oscar before he was honored for Fosse's All That Jazz for Best Editing.

Alan Heim is a member of the American Cinema Editors, a union for film editors, and from 2006 to 2008 and since 2012 its president-elect.

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