‘Life of Pi’ wins two Motion Picture Sound Editor Awards
“Life of Pi” won two awards Sunday evening at the 60th Motion Picture Sound Editors Golden Reel Awards.
The adventure fable, which is nominated for 11 Academy Awards, won for sound editing: music in a feature film and sound editing: dialogue and ADR in a feature film.
Academy Award-winning Ang Lee, who is nominated again for directing “Life of Pi,” was also the recipient of the 2013 MPSE Filmmaker Award.
Oscar nominee “Les Miserables” won the Golden Reel for sound editing: music in a musical feature film and “Skyfall” earned the honor for sound editing: sound effects and Foley in a feature film.
Disney’s “Wreck-It Ralph” won for sound editing: sound effects, Foley, dialogue and ADR in an animation feature film and “Last Call at the Oasis” picked up the Golden Reel for sound editing: sound effects, Foley, dialogue, ADR and music in a feature film.
France’s “Rust & Bone” won the Golden Reel for sound editing: sound effects: Foley, dialogue and ADR in a feature foreign language film.
Among the television winners were “Game of Thrones Season 2,” “The Newsroom,” “American Horror Story” and “Hemingway & Gellhorn.”
John Roesch was also the receipient of the 2013 MPSE Career Achievement Award at the ceremony at the Westin Bonaventure Hotel & Suites.
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