Christian Wagner

Christian Wagner is an American film editor who has edited films such as Face/Off (1996) and Mission: Impossible 2 (2000). He is also best known collaborating numerous times with film director Tony Scott, from the films True Romance (1993) to Domino (2005).[1]

Christian Wagner
Born
OccupationFilm editor
Spouse(s)Nicole Muirbrook (divorced)

Filmography

Year Title Director Notes
1985 Code of Silence Andrew Davis First Assistant editor
1986 The Wraith Mike Marvin Assistant editor
1987 The Bedroom Window Curtis Hanson First Assistant editor
Real Men Dennis Feldman Assistant editor
Weeds John D. Hancock
1988 Hero and the Terror William Tannen N/A
1990 Revenge Tony Scott Associate editor
Days of Thunder First Assistant editor
1993 True Romance Co-edited with Michael Tronick
1994 Chasers Dennis Hopper N/A
1995 Bad Boys Michael Bay N/A
Fair Game Andrew Sipes Co-edited with David Finfer and Steven Kemper
1996 The Fan Tony Scott Co-edited with Claire Simpson
1997 Face/Off John Woo N/A
1998 The Negotiator F. Gary Gray N/A
2000 Mission: Impossible 2 John Woo Co-edited with Steven Kemper
Nominated — Satellite Award for Best Editing
2001 Spy Game Tony Scott N/A
2002 Die Another Day Lee Tamahori N/A
2004 Man on Fire Tony Scott N/A
2005 The Amityville Horror Andrew Douglas Co-edited with Roger Barton
The Island Michael Bay Co-edited with Paul Rubell
Additional editing by John Murray, Roger Barton and Tom Muldoon
Domino Tony Scott Co-edited with William Goldenberg
2007 Next Lee Tamahori N/A
2008 Deception Marcel Langenegger Co-edited with Douglas Crise
The Fifth Commandment Jesse V. Johnson Co-edited with Ken Blackwell and Michael J. Duthie
2009 The Uninvited The Guard Brothers Co-edited with Jim Page
Fast & Furious Justin Lin Co-edited with Fred Raskin
Public Enemies Michael Mann Additional editor
2011 Battle: Los Angeles Jonathan Liebesman N/A
Fast Five Justin Lin Co-edited with Fred Raskin and Kelly Matsumoto
Nominated — Satellite Award for Best Editing
2012 Total Recall Len Wiseman N/A
2013 Fast & Furious 6 Justin Lin Co-edited with Dylan Highsmith and Kelly Matsumoto
Nominated — Satellite Award for Best Editing
2015 Furious 7 James Wan Co-edited with Dylan Highsmith, Kirk Morri and Leigh Folsom Boyd
Nominated — Satellite Award for Best Editing
2017 Kong: Skull Island Jordan Vogt-Roberts Additional editor
The Fate of the Furious F. Gary Gray Co-edited with Paul Rubell
Nominated — Satellite Award for Best Editing
2018 The Spy Who Dumped Me Susanna Fogel Additional editor
2019 Men in Black: International[2] F. Gary Gray N/A

References

  1. ^ "TSPDT - Tony Scott". Theyshootpictures.com. Retrieved November 22, 2012.
  2. ^ Chitwood, Adam (2018-12-05). "The 'Men in Black' Reboot Is Titled 'Men in Black International'". Collider. Retrieved 2018-12-05.

External links

1989 Cannes Film Festival

The 42nd Cannes Film Festival was held from 11 to 23 May 1989. The Palme d'Or went to the Sex, Lies, and Videotape by Steven Soderbergh.The festival opened with New York Stories, anthology film directed by Woody Allen, Francis Ford Coppola, Martin Scorsese and closed with Old Gringo, directed by Luis Puenzo.During the 1989 festival, the first Cinéma & liberté forum was held with the participation of a hundred famous directors from many countries. They discussed about the freedom of expression and signed a declaration protesting against all forms of censorship still existing in the world.

Bavarian Film Awards (Best Production)

This is a list of the winners of the Bavarian Film Awards Prize for best production.

1982 Franz Seitz, Michael Wiedemann

1983 Karel Dirka

1984 Bernd Eichinger, Dieter Geissler, Günter Rohrbach

1986 Bernd Eichinger

1987 Werner Herzog, Lucki Stipetic

1988 Christian Wagner

1989 Moritz Bormann, Wolf Gaudlitz, Rainer Söhnlein

1990 Steffen and Thomas Kuchenreuther, Joseph Vilsmaier

1991 Eberhard Junkersdorf

1992 Bob Arnold, Hanno Huth, Günter Rohrbach, Joseph Vilsmaier

1993 Bernd Eichinger

1994 Clemens Kuby, Peter Zenk

1995 Dr. Michael Verhoeven, Joseph Vilsmaier

1996 Jakob Claussen, Luggi Waldleitner, Thomas Wöbke

1997 Eberhard Junkersdorf

1998 Stefan Arndt, Wolfgang Becker, Dani Levy, Tom Tykwer

1999 Rob Houwer, Peter Schamoni, Franz Xaver Gernstl

2000 Kerstin Dobbertin von Fürstenberg, Harald Kügler, Herbert Rimbach

2001 Andreas Bareiß, Gloria Burkert, Peter Herrmann

2002 Karl Blatz, Uschi Reich, Peter Zenk

2003 Jakob Claussen, Uli Putz

2004 Bernd Eichinger

2005 Christoph Müller and Sven Burgemeister, Marc Rothemund and Fred Breinersdorfer

2006 Andreas Richter, Annie Brunner and Ursula Woerner

2007 Harald Kügler and Molly von Fürstenberg

Bavarian Film Awards (Special Prize)

This is a list of the winners of the Bavarian Film Awards Special Award.

1986 Willy Bogner

1988 Vicco von Bülow

1990 Dieter Geissler and all of his German Coworkers

1991 Heinz Badewitz

1996 Wolfgang Panzer

1997 Ben Becker, Heino Ferch, Ulrich Noethen, Heinrich Schafmeister, Max Tidof, Kai Wiesinger

2001 Michael "Bully" Herbig

2005 Christian Wagner

2006 Joseph Vilsmaier & Dana Vávrová

2007 Veit Helmer

Christian-Wagner-Preis

Christian-Wagner-Preis is a literary prize of Germany.

Christian Wagner (director)

Christian Wagner (born 26 September 1959) is a German film director, producer and screenwriter. He has directed twelve films since 1981. His 1995 film Transatlantis was entered into the 45th Berlin International Film Festival.

Franz Hössler

Franz Hößler, also Franz Hössler (listen ; 4 February 1906 – 13 December 1945) was a Nazi German SS-Obersturmführer and Schutzhaftlagerführer at the Auschwitz-Birkenau, Dora-Mittelbau and Bergen-Belsen concentration camps during World War II. Captured by the Allies at the end of the war, Hößler was charged with crimes against humanity in the First Bergen-Belsen Trial, found guilty, and sentenced to death. He was executed by hanging at Hameln Prison in 1945.

Franz Stofel

Franz Stärfl, alias Xaver Stärfel, alias Franz Stofel, (5 October 1915 – 13 December 1945) was a Nazi German SS-Hauptscharführer and camp commander of the Kleinbodungen subcamp of Mittelbau-Dora during World War II. Arrested by the Allies and convicted of war crimes in the Belsen Trial, Stärfl was executed by hanging at Hamelin prison in 1945.

Fred Raskin

Fred Raskin (born September 26, 1973) is an American film editor, known for editing three installments in The Fast and the Furious film series and Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained and The Hateful Eight. He graduated from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts (1991–1995).

In 2015, he was nominated for the ACE Eddie Award for Best Edited Feature Film (Comedy or Musical) for his editing work on Guardians of the Galaxy, along with Hughes Winborne and Craig Wood.

Hurricane (Westend song)

"Hurricane" was the Austrian entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1983, performed in German by Westend.

The song was performed eighteenth on the night, following Portugal's Armando Gama with "Esta balada que te dou" and preceding Belgium's Pas de Deux with "Rendez-vous". At the close of voting, it had received 53 points, placing 9th in a field of 20 entries.

The song is an up-tempo number, in which the band sings about being without the object of their affections and likens this condition to being in a hurricane.

It was succeeded as Austrian representative in the 1984 contest by Anita singing "Einfach weg".

Paul Rubell

Paul Rubell is a film editor. His career spans 25 years in both film and television.

Rubell obtained his bachelor's degree in English literature from the University of California, Los Angeles. Rubell worked for a time with editor Lou Lombardo. His first editing credit was for the film The Final Terror (1983). He worked for about ten years on films and programming for television before returning to feature films as the editor for The Island of Dr. Moreau.Rubell has been elected to membership in the American Cinema Editors.

Satellite Award for Best Editing

The Satellite Award for Best (Film) Editing is one of the annual Satellite Awards given by the International Press Academy.

Saturn Award for Best Editing

The Saturn Award for Best Editing (originally Saturn Award for Outstanding Editing) is one of the annual awards given by the American Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films. The Saturn Awards, which are the oldest film-specialized awards to reward science fiction, fantasy, and horror achievements (the Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation is the oldest award for science fiction and fantasy films), included the category for the first time at the 5th Saturn Awards, for the 1977 film year.The Award was deleted after being awarded again in 1978, but was reactivated at the 38th Saturn Awards in 2011. Paul Hirsch, who won the award a first time in 1977 for Star Wars, won it again 34 years later for Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol; he is currently the only person to have won it twice.Notes:

"†" means that the film won the Academy Award for Best Film Editing.

"‡" means that the film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Film Editing.

The Fast and the Furious

The Fast and the Furious (colloquial: Fast & Furious) is an American media franchise based on a series of action films that is largely concerned with illegal street racing, heists and espionage, and includes material in various other media that depicts characters and situations from the films. Distributed by Universal Pictures, the series was established with the 2001 film titled The Fast and the Furious; this was followed by seven sequels, two short films that tie into the series, and as of May 2017, it has become Universal's biggest franchise of all time, currently the eighth-highest-grossing film series of all time with a combined gross of over $5 billion.

The Island (2005 film)

The Island is a 2005 American science fiction thriller film directed and co-produced by Michael Bay. It stars Ewan McGregor, Scarlett Johansson, Djimon Hounsou, Sean Bean, Michael Clarke Duncan and Steve Buscemi. In the story, Lincoln Six Echo (McGregor) struggles to fit into the highly structured world he lives in, isolated in a compound, and the series of events that unfold when he questions how truthful that world is. After Lincoln learns the compound inhabitants are clones used for organ harvesting as well as surrogates for wealthy people in the outside world, he attempts to escape with Jordan Two Delta (Johansson) and expose the illegal cloning movement.

The Island cost $126 million to produce. The original score was composed by Steve Jablonsky, who would go on to score Bay's further works. It opened on July 22, 2005, to mixed reviews, earning $36 million at the United States box office and $127 million overseas for a $162 million worldwide total. The Island has been described as a pastiche of "escape-from-dystopia" science fiction films of the 1960s and 1970s, such as Fahrenheit 451, THX 1138, Parts: The Clonus Horror, and Logan's Run.

Transatlantis

Transatlantis is a 1995 German drama film directed by Christian Wagner. It was entered into the 45th Berlin International Film Festival.

Waller's Last Trip

Waller's Last Trip (German: Wallers letzter Gang), is a 1989 German drama film directed by Christian Wagner.

Warchild (film)

Warchild or Stille Sehnsucht is a 2006 film directed by Christian Wagner. It tells the story of a Bosnian woman, Senada, who is determined to find her daughter, who was taken into other people's care during the Bosnian War and ended up in Germany. Warchild was filmed in a number of locations in Germany, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Slovenia. The film is in German and Serbo-Croat. It won two awards and was nominated for a further two.

Westend (band)

Westend was an Austrian musical group of the 1980s. It participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 1983, performing the entry "Hurricane". The band consisted of Gary Lux, Hans Christian Wagner, Bernhard Rabitsch, Peter Vieweger and Patricia Tandien. In that contest the band ended in 9th place and received 53 points.

Xultun

Xultún is a large Maya archaeological site located 40 km northeast of Tikal and 8 km south of the smaller Preclassic site of San Bartolo in northern Guatemala.

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