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Julian Clarke

Julian Clarke
Born (1977-09-03) September 3, 1977
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Occupation Film editor
Years active 2001 - Present

Julian Clarke (born September 3, 1977) is a Canadian film editor. Clarke graduated from Kitsilano Secondary School before enrolling at the University of British Columbia as a film major.[1] After graduating from UBC in 2000, Clarke immediately began to find work as a professional film editor. Clarke was nominated for a 2009 Academy Award for Best Film Editing, a BAFTA Award for Best Editing, an ACE Eddie Award for Best Edited Feature Film (Dramatic), a Satellite Award for Best Editing, and an Online Film Critics Society Award for Best Editing for his work on the science-fiction film, District 9.[2]


Year Film Director Other notes
2001 Come Together Jeff Macpherson
2003 Emile Carl Bessai
2005 Severed: Forest of the Dead Carl Bessai
2006 Unnatural & Accidental Carl Bessai Winner - Leo Award for Best Editing
2007 Postal Uwe Boll
American Venus Bruce Sweeney
2008 The Stagers Keith Behrman and Grant Greschuk
Control Alt Delete Cameron Labine
2009 District 9 Neill Blomkamp Nominated - Academy Award for Best Film Editing
Nominated - BAFTA Award for Best Editing
Nominated - ACE Eddie Award for Best Edited Feature Film (Dramatic)
Nominated - Satellite Award for Best Editing
Nominated - Online Film Critics Society Award for Best Editing
2011 The Whistleblower Larysa Kondracki
The Thing Matthijs van Heijningen Jr.
2013 Elysium Neill Blomkamp Credit shared with Lee Smith
2015 Project Almanac Post Production


  1. ^ Mackie, John (March 4, 2010). "Vancouver at the Oscars: District 9 film editor makes the cut". The Vancouver Sun. 
  2. ^ Awards for Julian Clarke at the Internet Movie Database

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