Richard Marks

Richard Marks

Highest Rated: 98% Say Anything... (1989)

Lowest Rated: 15% One Good Cop (1991)

Birthday: Nov 10, 1943

Birthplace: New York, New York, USA

A three-time nominee for the Best Film Editing Oscar, Richard Marks came of age with the "new" Hollywood of the late 1960s, but, like his frequent collaborator in the 70s, Francis Ford Coppola, has gone on to prove himself a master of the classical language. As Coppola was ingeniously reasserting the classical form with "The Godfather," Marks was cutting his teeth with his first editing job, "Parades" (both 1972). Two years later, they teamed up (with collaboration from Peter Zinner and Barry Malkin) to produce one of the most smoothly edited films of any period, "The Godfather, Part II," which not only functioned in the classical mode, but managed to cut between two time periods in an impressively modern fashion. Marks continued his association with Coppola and earned his first Oscar nomination for his stunning work on "Apocalypse Now" (1979).

Filmography

Movies

Credit
31% 25% How Do You Know Film Editor $30.2M 2010
77% 70% Julie & Julia Film Editor $94.1M 2009
16% 55% Made of Honor Film Editor $46M 2008
53% 60% Spanglish Film Editor $42M 2004
49% 66% Riding in Cars With Boys Film Editor $29.8M 2001
42% 28% What Planet Are You From? Film Editor $6.3M 2000
70% 73% You've Got Mail Film Editor $115.7M 1998
85% 86% As Good as It Gets Co-Producer $147.6M 1997
33% 72% Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead Film Editor $232.2K 1995
70% 70% Father of the Bride Film Editor $89.1M 1991
15% 32% One Good Cop Film Editor $11.3M 1991
98% 85% Say Anything... Co-Producer,
Film Editor
$20M 1989
98% 79% Broadcast News Film Editor $49.2M 1987
73% 81% Pretty in Pink Film Editor $521K 1986
68% 69% The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the Eighth Dimension Film Editor - 1984
78% 83% Terms of Endearment Film Editor - 1983
93% 91% Apocalypse Now Redux Film Editor - 1979
96% 97% The Godfather, Part II Film Editor - 1974
92% 62% Bang the Drum Slowly Film Editor - 1973

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