MPSE Announces 58th Golden Reel Awards Winners

Feb 22, 2011 7:11 PM

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photo of George Lucas, Walter Murch

George Lucas (left) presents Walter Murch with the 2011 MPSE Career Achievement Award.

On Sunday, February 20, 2011, the Motion Picture Sound Editors (MPSE) held the 58th annual 2011 Golden Reel Awards ceremony in Los Angeles at the Westin Bonaventure Hotel, honoring leading proponents of the art of sound editing, music editing and sound design from around the world. Academy Award-winning producer Brian Grazer received the 2011 MPSE Filmmaker Award, while filmmaker George Lucas presented renowned sound designer and editor Walter Murch with the 2011 MPSE Career Achievement Award.

photo of George Lucas, Bobbi Banks, Walter Murch, Randy Thom

From left: George Lucas, MPSE President Bobbi Banks, 2011 MPSE Career Achievement recipient Walter Murch and Randy Thom

The MPSE announced the following winners in the Feature Film categories:

Best Sound Editing—Sound Effects, Foley, Dialog, ADR in an Animation Feature Film
How to Train Your Dragon (Paramount Pictures)
Jonathan Null, supervising sound editor; Randy Thom, supervising sound editor/sound designer; Al Nelson, sound designer; Pascal Garneau, supervising Foley editor; Chris Gridley, supervising dialog editor; Dennie Thorpe and Jana Vance, Foley artists; Colette Dahanne, sound effects editor; Josh Gold and Pete Horner, sound effects editors; Sue Fox and Andrea Gard, Foley editors; Rich Quinn, ADR editor

Best Sound Editing—Sound Effects, Foley, Dialog, ADR and Music in a Feature Documentary
Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage (D&E Entertainment)
David Rose, supervising sound editor and sound effects and music editor; Andrew Wright, sound effects and music editor; Stephen Barden, dialog editor

photo of MPSE winners for How To Train Your Dragon

Winners for Best Sound Editing—Sound Effects, Foley, Dialog, ADR in an Animation Feature Film for How To Train Your Dragon, from left: Adam Smaller, Chris Gridley, Richard Quinn, Al Nelson, Colette Dahanne, Pete Horner, Randy Thom

Best Sound Editing—Sound Effects, Foley, Dialog, ADR and Music in a Feature Foreign Language Film
Micmacs (Warner Bros. Entertainment, France)
Gerard Hardy, supervising sound editor; Selina Azzazi, supervising sound editor/sound designer; Jean-Pierre LeLong, supervising Foley editor; Darilera Cavola-Hardy, supervising dialog editor; Alain Levy, supervising ADR editor; Nicolas Becker, Foley artist

Best Sound Editing—Music in a Feature Film
Inception (Warner Bros. Pictures)
Alex Gibson, supervising music editor; Ryan Rubin, music editor

Best Sound Editing—Music in a Musical Feature Film
Country Strong (Screen Gems)
Fernand Bos, M.P.S.E., and Philip Tallman, music editors

photo of MPSE winners for The Social Network

Winners for Best Sound Editing—Dialog and ADR in a Feature Film for The Social Network, from left: Ren Klyce, Malcolm Fife, Jeremy Molod, Richard Quinn

Best Sound Editing—Dialog and ADR in a Feature Film
The Social Network (Columbia Pictures)
Ren Klyce, supervising sound editor; Malcolm Fife, supervising dialog editor; Richard Quinn, supervising ADR editor; Jeremy Molod, dialog/ADR editor

photo of 2011 MPSE winners for Inception

Winners for Best Sound Editing—Sound Effects and Foley in a Feature Film for Inception, from left: Bruce Tanis, Richard King, Alyson Moore, Michael Mitchell, Chris Flick

Best Sound Editing—Sound Effects and Foley in a Feature Film
Inception (Warner Bros. Pictures)
Richard King, supervising sound editor/sound designer; Christopher Flick, supervising Foley editor; Alyson Dee Moore and John Roesch, Foley artists; Michael Babcock, sound effects editor; Paul Berolzheimer, sound effects editor; Michael W. Mitchell, sound effects editor; Bryan Watkins, M.P.S.E., sound effects editor; Bruce Tanis, M.P.S.E., Foley editor

The MPSE announced the following winners in the Television categories:

photo of 2011 MPSE winners for Penguins of Madagascar

Winners for Best Sound Editing—Sound Effects, Foley, Dialog and ADR Animation in Television for The Penguins of Madagascar: “The Lost Treasure of the Golden Squirrel,” from left: Matt Hall, DJ Lynch, Jason Stiff, Ian Nyeste, Oliver Pearce, Paulette Victor Lifton, Vincent Guisetti, Aran Tanchum

Best Sound Editing—Sound Effects, Foley, Dialog and ADR Animation in Television
The Penguins of Madagascar: “The Lost Treasure of the Golden Squirrel” (Viacom International Inc.)
Paulette Victor Lifton, M.P.S.E., and James Ian Lifton, supervising sound editors; Ian Nyeste, sound designer; Aran Tanchum, supervising Foley editor; Michael Petak, supervising dialog editor; Jason Stiff, supervising ADR editor; Vincent Guisetti, Foley artist; Lawrence Reyes, sound effects and Foley editor; Matt Hall, sound effects editor; D.J. Lynch and Oliver Pearce, dialog editors

Best Sound Editing—Long Form Dialog and ADR in Television
The Pacific: “Basilone” (HBO)
Tom Bellfort, supervising sound editor; Daniel S. Irwin, M.P.S.E., supervising dialog/ADR editor; John C. Stuver, M.P.S.E.,
dialog editor; Michael Hertlein, Michelle Pazer and David Williams, ADR editors

Best Sound Editing—Long Form Documentary
And Man Created Dogs (National Geographic Channel)
Michael J. Payne, supervising sound editor; Patrick Cusack, supervising Foley editor/Foley artist; John C. Stuver, M.P.S.E., supervising dialog editor; John DeFaria, music editor

photo of 2011 MPSE winners for HBO's The Pacific

Winners for Best Sound Editing—Long Form Sound Effects and Foley in Television for The Pacific: “Peleliu Landing,” from left: Paul Aulicino, Ben Cook, Katie Rose, Tom Bellfort, Hector Gika, Jody Thomas, Charles Maynes

Best Sound Editing—Long Form Sound Effects and Foley in Television
The Pacific: “Peleliu Landing” (HBO)
Tom Bellfort, supervising sound editor; Tom Bellfort, supervising Foley editor; Katie Rose and Jody Thomas, M.P.S.E., Foley artists; Hector Gika, M.P.S.E., sound effects/Foley editor; Paul Aulicino, M.P.S.E., Ben Cook and Charles Maynes, sound effects editors

Best Sound Editing—Short Form Dialog and ADR in Television
The Walking Dead: “Guts” (AMC)
Walter Newman, M.P.S.E., supervising sound editor; Darleen R. Stoker, supervising dialogue editor; Lou Thomas, supervising ADR editor; Peter Austin, Karyn Foster and Skip Schoolnik, ADR editors; Bruce Honda, dialog editor

Best Sound Editing—Short Form Sound Effects and Foley in Television
The Tudors: “The Sixth and Final Wife” (Showtime Networks Inc.)
Jane Tattersall, M.P.S.E., supervising sound editor; Goro Koyama and Andy Malcolm, Foley artists; Kathy Choi and Jane Tattersall, M.P.S.E., sound effects editors

photo of 2011 MPSE winners for Family Guy

Winners for Best Sound Editing—Direct to Video, Animation for Family Guy: It’s a Trap, from left: Stuart Martin and Bob Newlan

Best Sound Editing—Short Form Musical in Television
Glee: The Power of Madonna (20th Century Fox Home Entertainment)
David Klotz, music editor

Best Sound Editing—Short Form Music in Television
Boardwalk Empire: “Anastasia” (HBO)
Annette Kudrak, music editor

2011 Golden Reel Award winners in other categories include:

Best Sound Editing—Direct to Video, Animation
Family Guy: It’s a Trap (20th Century Fox)
Bob Newlan, M.P.S.E., supervising sound editor; Andrew Ellerd, sound designer; Patrick Clark, music editor; Dale Perry, Foley artist; Stuart Martin, sound effects editor; Mark Eklund, dialog editor; Stan Jones and Doug Lackey, music editors

Best Sound Editing—Computer Interactive Entertainment
Disney Epic Mickey (Disney Interactive)
Scott Martin Gershin, M.P.S.E., and Martin Galway, supervising sound editors; Steve Robinson, M.P.S.E., Masanobu “Tomi” Tomita and Peter Zinda, M.P.S.E., sound designers; Jimmy Moriana, M.P.S.E., and Jeffrey Wilhoit, M.P.S.E., Foley artists; Bryan Celano, Patrick Ginn, Bill Munyon, Scott Wolf, M.P.S.E., and Matt Piersall, sound effects editors

Best Sound Editing—Special Venue
Journey To Mecca (SK Films Inc.)
Peter Thillaye, supervising sound editor; Ed Douglas and Sue Fawcett, sound designers; Andy Malcolm, supervising Foley editor; Fred Brennan, supervising dialog/ADR editor; Richard Henderson, M.P.S.E., music editor; Andy Malcolm and Goro Koyama, Foley artists

photo of 2011 MPSE winners for 30 Days of Night

Winners for Best Sound Editing—Direct to Video, Live Action for 30 Days of Night: Dark Days, from left: Joe Young, Eryne Prine, Ryan Young, Eric Lalicata, Jaclyn Newman, Ryan Gegenheimer, John Sanacore, Alex Ullrich, Sean Gray

Best Sound Editing—Direct to Video, Live Action
30 Days of Night: Dark Days (Sony Pictures Home Entertainment)
Eric Lalicata, supervising sound editor; Ryan Gegenheimer, sound designer; Matt Beville, supervising Foley editor; Dhyana Carlton-Tims, supervising dialog editor and dialog editor; Jaclyn Newman, music editor; Alex Ullrich, Foley artist; Ryan Gegenheimer, sound effects editor; Sean Gray, sound effects editor; John Sanacore and Ryan Young, ADR editors; Eryne Prine, sound effects editor

Best Sound Editing—Computer Episodic Entertainment
A Drop of True Blood: Sam (HBO)
John Benson, M.P.S.E., supervising sound editor; Jason Krane, M.P.S.E., dialog/ADR editor; Eduardo Ponsdomenech, music editor; Stuart Martin, sound effects editor

Verna Fields Award in Sound Editing for Student Filmmakers
Stanley Pickle (National Film and Television School)
Dario Swade, supervising sound editor; Paula Boram, Foley artist

Visit the MPSE at www.mpse.org.






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