‘Gravity,’ ‘Captain Phillips’ “Frozen’ among Golden Reel winners
“Gravity,” “Captain Phillips” and “Frozen” are among the winners of the 61st Motion Picture Sound Editors Golden Reel Awards Sunday evening at the Bonaventure Hotel.
The Golden Reels recognize outstanding achievement in sound editing in feature films, long-form and short-form TV, animation, documentaries and other media.
“Gravity,” which earned six BAFTA Awards earlier in the day in London, won the award for sound editing in a feature film-sound effects and foley. “Captain Phillips” received the Golden Reel for best sound editing in a feature film-dialogue and ADR, while “Frozen” earned the trophy in the sound editing in a feature film-music, musical feature category.
“The Great Gatsby” took home the trophy for best sound editing in a feature film-music and “Epic” won for best sound & music editing: sound effects, foley, dialogue & ADR in an animation feature.
Best sound and music editing: documentaries-feature film went to “Dirty Wars” and best sound and music editing: feature film-foreign language went to “The Grandmaster.” The winner in the best sound and music editing: feature film-foreign language went to “The Past.”
Among the TV winners Sunday night were “Game of Thrones,” which won awards for “The Rains of Castamere” episode in in the best sound editing in television: short-form-music and short-form-dialogue and ADR.
The “Felina” episode of “Breaking Bad” picked up a Golden Reel for best sound editing in television: short-form-sound effects and foley.
George Lucas presented the MPSE Career Achievement Award to Randy Thom, Director of Sound Design at Skywalker Sound. The ceremony also featured a tribute to sound pioneer Ray Dolby.
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