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By Sam Molineaux
Road To Perdition picked up the Cinema Audio Society’s top award for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Motion Picture at the society’s 39th Annual Awards Banquet on March 8. Accepting the award were rerecording mixers Scott Millan and Bob Beemer and production mixer John Pritchett.
For Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television: Non-Fiction, Variety or Music Series or Special, honors went to XIX Winter Olympics: Opening Ceremonies. Presenter Tomlinson Holman, President of THX and a former CAS Career Achievement Award-winner, accepted the award on behalf of music/production mixer Edward J. Greene, sound/production mixer Patrick Baltzell and preproduction music mixers Shawn Murphy, Joel Iwataki and David Greene.
Rerecording mixers Dan Hiland and Gary D. Rogers and production mixer Patrick Hanson won Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Television Series for The West Wing episode “Posse Comitatus.”
Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for a TV Movie-of-the-Week or Mini-Series went to rerecording mixer Dave Humphries and production mixer John Rodda for A&E’s Shackleton Part 1.
Those paying tribute to Career Achievement Award-winner Charles Wilborn included actor James MacArthur; former CAS Career Achievement honoree Michael Kohut; John Coffey, president of Coffey Sound and Communications and a CAS director; and director Peter Chelsom.

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