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Also Known As: Anne Coates-Hickox, Anne Coates Died:
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Birth Place: Surrey, England, GB Profession: editor, producer, film librarian, projectionist, editorial consultant, nurse

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This veteran editor has credits spanning forty years beginning with the enjoyable adaptation of Dickens's "The Pickwick Papers" (1952). Her projects range from the epic, "Lawrence of Arabia" (1962) for which she received an Oscar, to the claustrophobic, "The Elephant Man" (1980). Her styling can span genres and styles from "Ragtime" (1981) to "In the Line of Fire" (1993). For her editing of "In the Line of Fire," Coates accrued her fourth Academy Award nomination. She netted a fifth Oscar nod for cutting "Out of Sight" in 1998 and reunited with director Steven Soderbergh on "Erin Brockovich" in 2000.

This veteran editor has credits spanning forty years beginning with the enjoyable adaptation of Dickens's "The Pickwick Papers" (1952). Her projects range from the epic, "Lawrence of Arabia" (1962) for which she received an Oscar, to the claustrophobic, "The Elephant Man" (1980). Her styling can span genres and styles from "Ragtime" (1981) to "In the Line of Fire" (1993). For her editing of "In the Line of Fire," Coates accrued her fourth Academy Award nomination. She netted a fifth Oscar nod for cutting "Out of Sight" in 1998 and reunited with director Steven Soderbergh on "Erin Brockovich" in 2000.

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 Side by Side (2012)
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Worked as a nurse at the East Grinstead Plastic Surgery Hospital
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Was a projectionist and librarian of religious films
1952:
Feature debut as an editor, "The Pickwick Papers"
1960:
Edited "Tunes of Glory"
1962:
Received Best Film Editing Academy Award for work on "Lawence of Arabia", directed by David Lean
1964:
Received Oscar nomination for editing of "Becket", helmed by Peter Glenville
1966:
Reteamed with Glenville for "Hotel Paradiso"
1968:
Initial collaboration with director Jack Gold, "The Bofors Gun"
1970:
First American production, "The Adventurers"
1974:
Edited "Murder on the Orient Express"
1975:
Reteamed with Gold on "Man Friday"
1978:
Producer and editorial supervisor, "The Medusa Touch"; last feature collaboration with Jack Gold
1980:
Received third Best Film Editing Academy Award for "The Elephant Man"
1982:
Cut the musical film "The Pirates of Penzance"
1984:
Was editor on "Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes"
1990:
Cut Lawrence Kasdan's black comedy "I Love You to Death"
1992:
Served as editor on Richard Attenborough's biopic "Chaplin"
1993:
Earned fourth Oscar nomination for her editing of the drama "In the Line of Fire"
1995:
Served as editor on the jungle adventure "Congo"
1998:
Garnered fifth Academy Award nomination for her superb editing of "Out of Sight", directed by Steven Soderbergh
2000:
Reunited with Soderbergh to cut "Erin Brockovich"
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Education

Bartrum Gables College: -

Notes

"In some ways people know too much about how movies are made today. You know, they see everthing behind the scenes. I didn't even know what a piece of film looked like when I went into the cutting room for the first time."---Anne Coates quoted to Los Angeles Magazine, November 2004.

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husband:
Douglas Hickox. Director. Died on July 25, 1988 at age 59.

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son:
James Hickox. Director.
daughter:
Emma Hickox. Editor.
son:
Anthony Hickox. Director.

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