Anne V. Coates

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Anne Voase Coates (born 12 December 1925) is a<!--awards and nominations don't belong here--> British film editor with a more than 40-year long career in film editing. She is perhaps best known as the editor of director David Lean's epic film, Lawrence of Arabia in 1962. Coates has been nominated five times for the Academy Award for Film Editing for the films Lawrence of Arabia, Becket (1963), The Elephant Man (1980), In the Line of Fire (1993), and Out of Sight (1998). In an industry where women only accounted for 16 percent of all editors working on the top 250 films of 2004, and 80 percent of the films had absolutely no females on their editing teams at all, Anne V. Coates continues to thrive as a top film editor. In February 2007, she was awarded BAFTA's highest honour, The Academy Fellowship.


Anne V. Coates' first passion was horses. As a girl, she thought she might end up a race-horse trainer.Murch, Walter (2000). , webpage originally posted at the website; webpage archived at WebCite on 2008-07-07 from . A graduate of Bartrum Gables College, before becoming a film editor, Anne Coates served as a nurse at Sir Archibald McIndoe's pioneering plastic surgery hospital in East Grinstead, UK.Erickson, Hal (undated). , webpage from Allrovi Guide; online...
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