A member suggested that a Best Editing Award is ludicrous because we "don't know anything about editing." On the other hand, most of us don't know anything about cinematography, acting, etc. Only how it is perceived as an audience. So with that in mind, here is our uninformed choice:
After two ballots, the Best Editing Award goes to:
The winner is Christian Marclay's "The Clock." Though has anyone seen all 24 hours of this? "Hugo" was the runner-up.