Alex Mackie, A.C.E., is a versatile film editor with a wide range of experience. She started off working in documentaries and music promos, and moved through sound editing to cutting feature films. She has been nominated twice for  an Emmy Award for Best Editing, for the Pilot for C.S.I. and for RKO 281 (which also won the Golden Globe Award for Best TV Film). She was nominated twice by the American Cinema Editors for the prestigious Eddie Award for Best Editing. She was nominated for a BAFTA for Best Editing [TV Drama] for An Inspector Calls.


Alex has cut films in the U.S., U.K., Italy, France, Germany, Ireland and Hungary. Her work  ranges from  action movies and thrillers such as Judge Dredd and The Substitute  to independent comedies like St Trinian's and serious dramas such as The Heart of Me and Copying Beethoven. Her television work includes Downton Abbey, which won both the Emmy for Outstanding mini-series and the Golden Globe for Best mini-series, and A Poet in New York. Her recent features include sci-fi film Kill Command,  starring Vanessa Kirby, action film The Siege of Jadotville,  starring Jamie Dornan, and romantic drama  Mary Shelley, starring Elle Fanning. She has just completed editing The Crown - Series Two, starring Claire Foy. 


Alex's current project is editing feature film Out of Blue, starring Patricia Clarkson and directed by Carol Morley.