Soh, Urioste get ACE nods


Veteran editors John Soh and Frank J. Urioste will be honored with the American Cinema Editors' Lifetime Career Achievement Award on Feb. 18 at the 57th annual ACE Eddie Awards at the Beverly Hilton.

The honorees were announced by ACE president Alan Heim.

Soh's credits include "The Hellstrom Chronicle," which won the Oscar for best documentary in 1971, and the miniseries "Hiroshima," which received the Humanitas Prize in 1996 and earned him one of two Emmys.

He also edited episodes of the television series "The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau" and "The Cousteau Odyssey," for which he received an Emmy nomination in 1980. He has been nominated for the ACE Eddie Award seven times, winning for 1988's "Infinite Voyage: Unseen Worlds" and 1996's "Hiroshima."

Urioste has been nominated for three Oscars for "Robocop," "Die Hard" and "Basic Instinct." He also has served on the board of governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and serves on the advisory board of the Academy's film editors branch. Since 1998 Urioste has served as senior vp in the feature development department at Warner Bros. Pictures.