February 14, 2019, 06:22 PM
BlacKkKlansman editor Barry Alexander Brown — who has also worked as a director and writer on both documentaries and features through his 30-year career — met Spike Lee in New York during the mid-'80s, and since then he has cut many of Lee's feature films, including Do the Right Thing, Malcolm X and Inside Man. BlacKkKlansman marks Brown's first Academy Award nomination as an editor, though he was also Oscar-nominated for his 1979 documentary The War at Home.
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