Lost Planet, 89 Edit Top AICE Awards

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Fox Sports: Lost Planet won the National Campaign category for editing this Gold Lion winner.
The Association of Independent Creative Editors wrapped up its awards season last night in New York, as it showcased the 10 winners of the second annual AICE Awards. Bicoastal edit house Lost Planet and New York's 89 Editorial were the most successful of this year's winners -- which were announced last week in Hollywood -- each winning two awards. Lost Planet landed one in the Music and Sound category for a Hewlett-Packard spot edited by Hank Corwin, and another in the National Campaign category for Corwin and Paul Martinez's work on TBWA/Chiat/Day's Gold Lion-winning campaign for Fox Sports. 89 Edit's Tim Cahill won in both the Montage and Regional Spot categories for a pair of commercials for TIAA/CREF.

Winners in other categories included David Cornman of The Blue Rock Editing Company for Computer Associates' "Amnesia" spot in Comedy; Go Robot's Adam Liebowitz for the Joe Pytka-directed IBM thriller "The Heist" in Dialogue; and Chris Hafner of Brass Knuckles Editorial in Venice, Calif., for a Target spot out of Peterson Milla Hooks in the Graphics category. Adam Pertofsky of Rock Paper Scissors was honored in the Storytelling category for Nike's Emmy-winning "Move" anthem; Steve MacCorkle of Mad River Post/New York won in the Effects category for his work on Land Rover's "Orbit" commercial; and Justin Stolo of Red Car/Los Angeles took the Spec division with a spot for Monster.com.

The winners were chosen from hundreds of entries by a 25-member panel of editors, directors and agency personnel.

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