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'The Revenant' and 'Inside Out' are big winners at the Cinema Audio Society Awards

'The Revenant' and 'Inside Out' are big winners at the Cinema Audio Society Awards
This photo provided by courtesy of Twentieth Century Fox shows, Leonardo DiCaprio as Hugh Glass, in a scene from the film, "The Revenant," directed by Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu. No name is more feverishly celebrated in Hollywood right now than "Chivo." That's the nickname of the famed cinematographer Lubezki, whose acrobatic long-takes and luminous natural images of natural light have made him revered -- and may make him a three-peat Oscar winner for "Gravity," ''Birdman" and now "The Revenant." The Oscars will be presented on Feb. 28, 2016, in Los Angeles. (Courtesy Twentieth Century Fox via AP) (Twentieth Century Fox)

"The Revenant" and "Inside Out" have won the 52nd Cinema Audio Society Awards for outstanding sound mixing. The awards were announced Saturday at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles.

The sound mixing team of "The Revenant" earned the honor in the motion picture-live action category, while the team of "Inside Out" won for feature animation.

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In the television categories, the sound mixing team for Episode 5 of "Fargo: Season 2" won for TV movie or miniseries, and the "Hardhome" episode of "Game of Thrones" won in the hour-long TV series category.  The "Connection Lost" episode of "Modern Family" took home the award for half-hour TV series, and "Live From Lincoln Center: Danny Elfman's Music From the Films of Tim Burton" won for television nonfiction, variety or music series or specials.

ADR mixer Doc Kane received the CAS Achievement Award, and "Trumbo" director Jay Roach earned the CAS Filmmaker Award.

For the complete list of winners, go to the website.

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