Monday, 18 February 2013

MOTION PICTURE SOUND EDITORS WINNERS


Best Sound Editing: Sound Effects and Foley in a Feature Film
Christopher Assells, Karen M. Baker, John Cucci, Bill Dean, Dino Dimuro, Per Hallberg, Dan Hegeman, Craig S. Jaeger, Piero Mura, Dan O'Connell and Peter Staubli (Skyfall)

Best Sound Editing: Dialogue and ADR in a Feature Film
Eugene Gearty, Kenton Jakub and Philip Stockton (Life of Pi)

Best Sound Editing: Music in a Feature Film
Mitch Bederman and Erich Stratmann (Life of Pi)

Best Sound Editing: Sound Effects, Foley, Dialogue and ADR in an Animation Feature Film
David Chrastka, Luke Dunn-Gielmuda, Frank E. Eulner, J.R. Grubbs, E. J. Holowicki, Gary Rydstrom, Dee Selby, Dennie Thorpe, Jana Vance and Marshall Winn (Wreck-It Ralph)

Best Sound Editing: Sound Effects, Foley, Dialogue, ADR and Music in a Feature Documentary
Paul Aulicino, Peter Brown, Glynna Grimala and Kim Roberts (Last Call at the Oasis)

Best Sound Editing: Sound Effects, Foley, Dialogue and ADR in a Feature Foreign Language Film
Nikolas Javelle, Phillipe Penot, Caroline Reynaud, Pascal Villard and David Vranken (Rust and Bone)

Best Sound Editing: Music in a Musical Feature Film
James Bellamy, Tim Hands, Rob Houston, Rael Jones, Gerard McCann, Alastair Sirkett and John Warhurst (Les Misérables)

Life of Pi takes two key awards, although the top award goes to Skyfall. Both battle it out at the Oscars, where both are likely to win. Often, both sound Oscars go to the same film, but since the clear Sound Mixing favourite, Les Miserables, is not nominated for Sound Editing, this award could be up for grabs. Argo, Django Unchained and Zero Dark Thirty are also nominated at the Oscars, and any one of them could take it, particularly Argo, with its ever-increasing popularity among voters. These were the nominations.