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MPSE Golden Reel Awards


By Sam Molineaux
A bounty of past MPSE presidents were on hand at the Century Plaza Hotel, March 22, to present awards and celebrate the Motion Picture Sound Editors Golden Reel Awards’ 50th anniversary, honoring professional sound and music editors in motion pictures and television.
Awards were evenly spread among feature films and TV, with Nickelodeon’s SpongeBob SquarePants the sole winner of more than one award. Other TV winners: Monk, Taken, ER and Third Watch. Winning features included Chicago, Road to Perdition and Gangs of New York.
TV actress Pat Crowley, who with Cecil B. De Mille, presented the first ever MPSE award (to the sound team for War Of The Worlds), made a special appearance to honor former MPSE Presidents Keith Stafford and Sidney Lubow. In recalling organizing the first MPSE awards ceremony, a luncheon on March 17, 1954 at the Paramount Commissary, Stafford, then VP of the society, noted, “I met with some resistance because at that time no one had heard of sound editors… We had a lot of lofty goals such as screen credits and getting into the Academy. I’m glad we achieved those goals.”
The full list of winners of the 50th annual MPSE Golden Reel Awards are as follows:
Sound Editing/TV/Long-Form/ Music: Live From Baghdad. Music Editors James Bladon, Bruno Roussel
Sound Editing/TV/Long-Form/Dialogue and Automated Dialogue Replacement: Monk Pilot. Supervising Sound Editor/Supervising ADR Editor Peter Austin, Dialogue/ADR Editors David Melhase, Ken Johnson
Sound Editing/TV/Long-Form/Sound Effects and Foley: Steven Spielberg Presents Taken. Supervising Sound Editors Victor Iorillo, David B. Cohn, supervising foley editor John S. Edwards-Younger, Sound Editors Andrew Ellard, Stuart Martin, Ben Martin, Robert Ramirez, Brian Thomas Nist, Mike Bessinger, Allan Bromberg, Jeffrey Sawyer
Sound Editing in TV/Episodic/Music: American Dreams “Cold Snap”. Music Editors Michael Dittrick, Sharyn Tylk-Gersh
Sound Editing in TV/Episodic/Dialogue and Automated Dialogue Replacement: ER “Partly Cloudy Chance Of Rain”. Supervising Sound Editor Walter Newman, Supervising Dialogue Editor Darleen Stoker, supervising ADR Editor Thomas A. Harris, Sound Editors Karen Spangenberg, Virginia Cook McGowan
Sound Editing in TV/Episodic/Sound Effects and Foley; Third Watch “Super Heroes”. Supervising Sound Editor Walter Newman, Supervising Foley Editor Kerry Malony, Sound Editors Rick Hromadka, David Werntz
Sound Editing in Feature Film/Animated/Music; Lilo And Stitch. Music Editor Ken Karman
Sound Editing in Feature Film/Animated/Sound; Treasure Planet. Supervising Sound Editor Dane A. Davis, Supervising Sound Editor/Supervising Dialogue Editor/Supervising ADR Editor Julia Evershade, Supervising Foley Editor Andrew Lackey, Sound Editor Richard Adrian
Sound Editing in Feature Film/Foreign: Winged Migration. Sound Editors Gina Pignier, Michel Crivellaro
Verna Fields Award in Sound Editing for Student Filmmakers: Last Rumba In Rochdale. Sound Editor Antonia Bates
Sound Editing/ Direct-to-Video: Adventures Of Tom Thumb & Thumbelina. Supervising Sound Editors Timothy J. Borquez, Tom Syslo, Supervising Dialogue Editor Eric Freeman, Supervising ADR Editor Eileen Horta
Sound Editing/ Special Venue Film: Santa Vs. The Snowman – 3D. Supervising Sound Editors Tim Archer, Brian Eimer, Music Editor Carl Lenox, Sound Editors Dan Shattuch, Grant McAlpine, Regan Ramos, Julian Daboll
Sound Editing in TV/Animated/Music: SpongeBob SquarePants “Wet Painters/Krusty Krab Training Video”. Music Editor Nicolas Carr
Best Sound Editing in TV/Animated/Sound:SpongeBob SquarePants “Nasty Patty/Idiot Box”. Supervising Sound Editors Timothy J. Borquez, Jeffrey Hutchins, dialogue editors Tony Ostyn Daisuke Sawa
Sound Editing in Feature Film/Musical/Music: Chicago. Supervising Music Editor Annette Kudrak, Music Editor E. Gedney Webb, Music Editor/Scoring Editor Ellen Segal, Vocal Editors Kenton Jakub, Missy Cohen
Sound Editing in Feature Film/Music: The Mothman Prophecies. Music Editor Mark Wlodarkiewicz
Sound Editing in Feature Film/Dialogue and Automated Dialogue Replacement: Gangs Of New York. Supervising Sound Editor/Supervising Dialogue Editor Phil Stockton, Supervising ADR Editor Marissa Littlefield, Dialogue Editors Laura Civiello, Fred Rosenberg, ADR Editors Harold Paul Levinsohn, Kenton Jakub
Sound Editing in Feature Film/Sound Effects and Foley: Road To Perdition. Supervising Sound Editor Scott Hecker, Supervising Foley Editor Mark Pappas, Sound Effects Editors Eric A. Norris, Jay Jennings, Bruce Tanis, Ken Johnson

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