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Cinema Audio Society Announces CAS Student Recognition Award Finalists

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CInema Audio SocietyThe Cinema Audio Society (CAS) has announced the five finalists for its annual CAS Student Recognition Award, which comes with a $5,000 check, the winner to be announced at the 57th Annual CAS Awards on April 17, 2021. All five finalists will be invited to attend.

CAS President Karol Urban says, “After all the trials of 2020, we look to the future with great hope as we announce the five finalists for our 7th Annual Student Recognition Award. This year we had more applicants than ever before from all over the globe. Their passion and excitement for our craft reminds us all of the great power and influence sound plays in storytelling. We owe a great deal of gratitude to our Student Recognition Award Committee and volunteer judges who worked tirelessly reviewing each applicant.”

The CAS Student Recognition Award Finalists are:

Anna Cassady
University of Southern California – Los Angeles, CA

Lindsey Ellis
Chapman University – Orange, CA

Brandyn Johnson
University of Southern California – Los Angeles, CA

Yan “Carol” Li
School of Visual Arts – New York, NY

Vandana Ramakrishna
Annapurna College of Film and Media – Hyderabad, India

The 57th CAS Awards will be a virtual event held on April 17, 2021 where the winners will be announced and updated on the CAS website in real time.

It was previously announced that Production Sound Mixer William B. Kaplan CAS will be honored with the CAS Career Achievement Award. Awards for Outstanding Sound Mixing in seven categories and Outstanding Product Awards in Production and Post-Production will also be presented during the evening, although the annual Filmmaker Honoree has yet to be announced.s

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