'Frozen'

"Frozen" won the Cinema Audio Society Award for outstanding achievement in sound mixing for an animated motion picture. (Walt Disney Pictures )

"Gravity" and "Frozen" were the feature film winners at the 50th Cinema Audio Society Awards on Saturday evening in Los Angeles.

The team from "Gravity" won for sound mixing in a live action motion picture, and "Frozen" took the top prize for sound mixing in an animated motion picture.

"Behind the Candelabra" won for sound mixing in a television movie or miniseries, and the "Game of Thrones" episode titled "The Rains of Castamere" took home the prize for sound mixing in a one-hour TV series.

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The "Goodnight Gracie" episode of "Modern Family" won for sound mixing in a half-hour television series, and Part 1 of "History of the Eagles" won the sound-mixing award for nonfiction, variety or music television, series or specials.

Re-recording mixer Andy Nelson received the Cinema Audio Society's Career Achievement Award, and producer-director Edward Zwick was presented with the society's Filmmaker Award.

The ceremony, at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel, featured a tribute to Ray Dolby, the inventor and founder of Dolby Laboratories.

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