The film industry was hit was some devastating news. The Oscar-winning British film editor Anne V. Coates, known for her incredible film, "Lawrence of Arabia," has passed away. She was 92 years old.
Coates had died on Tuesday, according to "Variety," in Woodland Hills, California.
Over her six-decade career, she had received five Best Film editing Oscar nominations. These include, "Becket" (1963), “The Elephant Man” (1980), “In the Line of Fire” (1993), and “Out of Sight” (1998), also including her win for "Lawrence of Arabia" (1962). She has also edited more than 50 films.
“During her incredible career, Anne was BAFTA-nominated four times for work including ‘The Elephant Man’ and ‘Erin Brockovich,’ and received the British Academy of Film and Television Arts in 2007. She will be greatly missed," BAFTA Fellowship wrote on Twitter.
In 2016, she was awarded the Academy Honorary Award, also known as the Lifetime Achievement Oscar. It was presented to her by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Science.
Coates was married to Douglas Hickox, who was a director; he passed away in 1988. She left behind her three children. Actor and director Anthony Hickox, director James D.R. Hickox, and her daughter film editor Emma Hickox.
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