John Refoua
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John Refoua
John Refoua
Occupationfilm editor
Years active1990-present

John Refoua is a film editor. He was nominated at the 2009 Academy Awards for Best Film Editing for the film Avatar. He was nominated along with James Cameron and Stephen E. Rivkin.[1] He has worked on television series, including Touched by an Angel, Twin Peaks and Law & Order.

Awards

Refoua has had 2 wins and 8 nominations for his editing work. Won:

  • 2010 Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards for Best Editing on Avatar (2009) (Shared with: Stephen E. Rivkin)
  • 2009 Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards for Best Film Editing on Avatar (2009) (Shared with: James Cameron and Stephen E. Rivkin)

Nominations:

  • 2010 Academy Awards, USA for Best Achievement in Film Editing on Avatar (2009) (Shared with: Stephen E. Rivkin and James Cameron)
  • 2010 BAFTA Awards for Best Editing on Avatar (2009) (Shared with: Stephen E. Rivkin and James Cameron)
  • 2010 American Cinema Editors, USA for Best Edited Feature Film (Dramatic) on Avatar (2009) (Shared with: Stephen E. Rivkin and James Cameron)
  • 2010 Gold Derby Awards for Film Editing on Avatar (2009) (Shared with: Stephen E. Rivkin and James Cameron)
  • 2010 Hollywood Post Alliance, US for Outstanding Editing on a Feature Film on Avatar (2009) (Shared with: Stephen E. Rivkin and James Cameron)
  • 2010 Online Film & Television Association for Best Film Editing on Avatar (2009) (Shared with: Stephen E. Rivkin and James Cameron)
  • 2010 Online Film Critics Society Award for Best Editing on Avatar (2009) (Shared with: Stephen E. Rivkin and James Cameron)
  • 2009 Awards Circuit Community Award for Best Film Editing on Avatar (2009) (Shared with: Stephen E. Rivkin and James Cameron)

Filmography

References

  1. ^ "The 82nd Academy Awards (2010) Nominees and Winners". Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. AMPAS. Archived from the original on October 6, 2014. Retrieved 2014.

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