David Fincher???s Facebook history-themed blockbuster film, The Social Network has grabbed the top prize at the American Cinema Editors (ACE) Awards in Los Angeles. The film narrates the devious story behind the evolution of world???s top social media platform. And so, it has been named the Best Edited Feature Film (Dramatic). The film had earlier pocketed the Best Motion Picture ??? Drama prize at the 68th Golden Globes 2011. The film stars Jesse Eisenberg and Andrew Garfield in featured roles. The film has kicked in large controversy for its storyline that goes on to narrate how Facebook CEO and co-founder Marc Zuckerberg snatched the idea of the social media site from a Harvard University social connectivity site, which was developed by a group of students including Zuckerberg.
The film is an adaptation of Ben Mezrich???s 2009 fiction ??? The Accidental Billionaires. It was done by Aaron Sorkin, who later won The Best Screen Play (Motion Picture) award at the Golden Globes 2011. With the ACE Awards and Golden Globes 2011 winnings, The Social Network has augmented its chances to be a big shot at the Best Film award of the Oscars, slated to be announced on Feb. 27.