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Richard Marks, Larry Silk to Receive ACE’s Lifetime Achievement Awards

The multiple Oscar-winning film editors will be honored at the 63rd Annual Ace Eddie Awards on Feb. 16

Veteran film editors Richard Marks and Larry Silk will receive the American Cinema Editors' Lifetime Career Achievement Award at the 63rd Annual ACE Eddie Awards, the group said Friday.

Marks' award will be presented by filmmaker Alexander Payne and film critic Kenneth Turan and Silk's by two-time Oscar-winning documentarian Barbara Kopple.

Hosted by comedian David Cross, the show, scheduled for Feb. 16 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, will also honor Steven Spielberg with the ACE Golden Eddie Filmmaker of the Year award.

Marks has won three of his four Oscars working with legendary director James L. Brooks, for the films "Terms of Endearment," "Broadcast News" and "As Good as it Gets." His first Oscar nomination was for "Francis Ford Coppola's "Apocalypse Now."

Silk has long been a documentary editor, cutting such Oscar-winners as "One Survivor Remembers," "Marjoe,"  and "American Dream.