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Motion Picture Editors Guild to Honor Donald Mitchell


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Donald Mitchell
Donald Mitchell
The Motion Picture Editors Guild (MPEG) will honor veteran sound re-recording mixer Donald O. Mitchell with its prestigious fellowship and service award. The fellowship and service award was established seven years ago by the guild to recognize an individual who embodies the values that the guild holds most dear – professionalism, collaboration, mentorship, generosity of spirit and a commitment to the labor movement. The ceremony will be held at a sit down dinner Oct. 5, at the Sheraton Universal Hotel in Universal City, California.

“Don Mitchell’s career as a re-recording mixer spans more than 40 years,” MPEG board president John Trask said. “During this time, he has consistently exemplified the qualities that this award has been created to recognize. By his example he has inspired present and future sound personnel, contributing a legacy to our craft that will last well into the future.”

Previous recipients of this honor include Donn Cambern, ACE; Dede Allen, ACE; IATSE international president emeritus Thomas C. Short; Carol Littleton, ACE, and Don Hall, MPSE.

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