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Top film director and editor collaborations: 15 – 19 years

15 – 19 years listed here.

Top film director and editor collaborations: 20 – 24 years

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Oct 21 2010
1 Roman Polanski: Sam O'Steen (1968–1988), Chinatown (1974).<!--directing BAFTA. directing & editing Oscar (nominees). . AFI #21--> 16441
2 Woody Allen: Susan E. Morse (1977<!--Annie Hall, as asst.-->-1998), Hannah and Her Sisters (1986).<!--nominated for directing & editing Oscars--> 10841
3 Federico Fellini: Ruggero Mastroianni (1965–1986), Amarcord (1973).<!-- Amarcord won best foreign film Oscar--> 2709
4 Terrence Malick: Billy Weber (1978–1998), The Thin Red Line (1998).<!--Oscar nominations for best picture, best director, editing--> 2467
5 Tony Scott: Chris Lebenzon (1986-present), Top Gun (1986).<!--Oscar editing nomination, shared with Billy Weber. Also Oscar editing for Crimson Tide.--> 2299
6 Wong Kar-wai: William Chang (1988–present), In the Mood for Love (2000).<!--Foreign language film BAFTA (nominee).--> 1473
7 Sydney Pollack: William Steinkamp (1982–2005), Out of Africa (1985).<!--won best director, best film Oscars; nominated for best editing.--> 1456
8 Blake Edwards: Ralph E. Winters (1963–84), Victor/Victoria (1982). 1124
9 Edward Zwick:Steven Rosenblum (1989–present), Glory (1989).<!-- nominated for editing Oscar, won Eddie--> 858
10 Barry Levinson: Stu Linder (1982–2004), Rain Man (1988). 804
11 Lawrence Kasdan: Carol Littleton (1981–2003), The Accidental Tourist (1988).<!--Best picture Oscar nomination--> 481
12 Robert Wise: William H. Reynolds (1951–1973), The Sound of Music (1965).<!--best picture, directing, and editing Oscars.--> 438
13 Michael Curtiz: Owen Marks (1930-1953), Casablanca (1942).<!--Oscars for best film, best director; nominated for best editing--> 417
14 John Badham: Frank Morriss (1981–2004), Blue Thunder (1983).<!--nominated for editing Oscar--> 282
15 John Sturges: Ferris Webster (1950–1972), The Great Escape (1963). 235

Top film director and editor collaborations: 25 – 29 years

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Oct 21 2010
1 Rob Reiner: Robert Leighton (1984-present), A Few Good Men (1992).<!--Oscar nominations for best picture, best editing--> 10208
2 Ron Howard: Daniel P. Hanley and Mike Hill (1982–present), A Beautiful Mind (2001).<!--Oscars for best film, director; nomination for editing--> 5167
3 Francis Ford Coppola: Barry Malkin (1969–1997), The Godfather Part III (1990).<!--Oscar nominations for best picture, directing and editing for Part III. Won Oscars for directing, best picture for Part II. Editing Oscar nomination for Cotton Club--> 5041
4 Mike Nichols: Sam O'Steen (1966–1994), The Graduate (1967).<!--directing Oscar. editing and best film BAFTAs. AFI #17--> 1585
5 Sydney Pollack: Fredric Steinkamp (1969–1995), Tootsie (1982).<!--Oscar nominations - best picture, directing, editing --> 1456
6 James L. Brooks: Richard Marks (1983–present), As Good as it Gets (1997).<!--nominated for editing Oscar and Eddie--> 995
7 Stephen Frears: Mick Audsley (1982–present), Dangerous Liaisons (1988).<!--Nomination for BAFTA directing and editing. Nominated for best picture Oscar.--> 712
8 Alan Parker: Gerry Hambling (1974–2003), Mississippi Burning (1988).<!--Oscar nominations - best picture, directing, editing --> 639
9 Costa-Gavras:Françoise Bonnot (1969-1997), Z (1969).<!--Oscar: Editing, nominated director, best pic; BAFTA: editing & best film nominations. Also - Missing (film) (1982): BAFTA win in editing, nomination for directing and best film. Oscar nomination for best film.--> 498
10 Joseph Losey: Reginald Beck (1958-1985), The Go-Between (1970).<!--BAFTA nominated for directing. Losey and Beck worked on 17 films together.--> 226
11 Arthur Hiller: Robert C. Jones (1967–1992), Love Story (1970).<!--directing Oscar--> 188
12 Joel Coen and Ethan Coen: Roderick Jaynes (1984–present), No Country for Old Men (2007).<!--Best directing Oscar. Roderick Jaynes is a pseudonym for the Coen brothers.--> < 5

Top film director and editor collaborations: 30 – 34 years

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Oct 21 2010
1 Clint Eastwood: Joel Cox (1977–present), Million Dollar Baby (2004).<!--Won best picture, directing Oscars; nominated for best editing.--> 15428
2 Steven Spielberg: Michael Kahn (1978–present), Schindler's List (1993).<!--directing & editing Oscars. AFI #8 --> 13706
3 Martin Scorsese: Thelma Schoonmaker (1978–present), Raging Bull (1980).<!-- editing Oscar; directing Oscar (nominee). AFI #4(!)--> 9963
4 David Cronenberg: Ronald Sanders (1979–present), Eastern Promises (2007).<!--nominated for directing BAFTA--> 2846

Top film director and editor collaborations: 9 – 14 years

9 – 14 years listed here.

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