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Cinema Audio Society To Honor Tom Fleischman


CAS_Logo.1Cinema Audio Society President Karol Urban, CAS, announced that the organization will honor multiple CAS and Oscar-nominated Sound Mixer Tom Fleischman, CAS, with the Cinema Audio Society’s highest accolade, the CAS Career Achievement Award, to be presented at the 56th CAS Awards on Saturday, January 25, 2020, at the InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown – Wilshire Ballroom, Los Angeles, California.

Tom Fleischman, CAS
Tom Fleischman, CAS

Tom’s most recent projects include Spike Lee’s BlacKKKlansman, and in-depth documentaries on the life of Elvis Presley, the history of Rolling Stone Magazine, the rock-climbing documentary Free Solo for Chai Vasarhelyi and Jimmy Chin, Scorsese’s Rolling Thunder Revue and Scorsese’s The Irishman.

Fleischman joins a group of past CAS Career Achievement Honorees that includes: Lee Orloff, Anna Behlmer, John Pritchett, Doc Kane, David MacMillan, Andy Nelson, Chris Newman, Scott Millan, Jeffrey S. Wexler, Randy Thom, Dennis Sands, Ed Greene, Mike Minkler, Willie Burton, Gary Rydstrom, Charles Wilborn, Jim Webb, Richard Portman, Tomlinson Holman, Les Fresholtz, Walter Murch, and Don Rogers.

To cover these awards, pitch presenters or donate items to the CAS Awards Student Finalist gift bags or the attendee gift bags  please contact Dorothea Sargent at [email protected]. Or call 818.786.4744 or 310.779.6848

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