Oscars 2023: Best Editing Predictions

Oscars 2023: Best Editing Predictions
Like cinematography and sound, the early leader in the editing race is Joseph Kosinski’s high-octane “Top Gun: Maverick” (Paramount), where we’re put inside the cockpit with Tom Cruise during the amazing dogfights. But in a season marked by stories of showbiz, social change, and superheroics, there are plenty of outstanding contenders that display creative and bold rhythm and pacing.

Among the other early frontrunners are the Daniels’ complex multiverse of “Everything Everywhere All at Once” (A24); Jordan Peele’s flipped-out sci-fi/horror spectacle, “Nope” (Universal); Brett Morgen’s mind-blowing David Bowie documentary, “Moonage Daydream” (Neon); and Baz Luhrmann’s delirious biopic, “Elvis” (Warner Bros.).

However, the festival season brought forth Steven Spielberg’s TIFF-winning, semi-autobiographical “The Fabelmans” (Universal); Sam Mendes’ wistful ode to the cinema in “Empire of Light” (Searchlight Pictures); Sarah Polley’s thought-provoking “Women Talking” (UA); James Gray’s semi-autobiographical “Armageddon Time” (Focus Features); Martin McDonagh
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