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The Hollywood Post Alliance Announces HPA Awards Nominees

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LR-HPA 2014 LogoThe Hollywood Post Alliance announced the nominees for the 9th annual 2014 HPA Awards, scheduled for Nov. 6 at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles. The awards honor excellence in postproduction while bringing recognition to the creative achievements of individuals and companies as well as creative excellence and groundbreaking technologies within the postproduction industry.

The nominees in the 12 craft categories were chosen from a field of entries in color grading, editing, sound and visual effects for motion pictures, commercials and television. Judging was completed by panels of category peers and experts.

Nominees for the 2014 HPA Awards are:

Outstanding Color Grading – Feature Film

The Grand Budapest Hotel
Jill Bogdanowicz, Modern VideoFilm

Gravity
Steven J. Scott, Technicolor

12 Years a Slave
Tom Poole, Company 3

Labor Day
Natasha Leonnet, Modern VideoFilm

Monuments Men
Skip Kimball, Technicolor

Outstanding Color Grading – Television

Game of Thrones – Mockingbird
Joe Finley, Modern VideoFilm

Outlander – “Sassenach”
Steven Porter, MTI Film

The Blacklist – “Berlin: Conclusion”
Randall Starnes, ColorWorks, a Sony Pictures Digital Productions Company

Reign – “Pilot”
David Cole, Modern VideoFilm

Castle – “Veritas”
Anthony Smith, Encore

Outstanding Color Grading – Commercial

Citibank “Bright Lights”
Dave Hussey, Company 3

Maserati “Strike”
Siggy Ferstl, Company 3

Southern Comfort “Shark Bite”
Tim Masick, Company 3

GE “Childlike Imagination”
Stefan Sonnenfeld, Company 3

Doosan “Heavy Industries”
Siggy Ferstl, Company 3

Outstanding Editing – Feature Film

12 Years a Slave
Joe Walker, ACE

Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Jeff Ford, ACE and Matthew Schmidt

Guardians of the Galaxy
Fred Raskin and Craig Wood, ACE

Captain Phillips
Christopher Rouse, ACE

American Hustle
Jay Cassidy, ACE, Crispin Struthers, ACE and Alan Baumgarten, ACE

Outstanding Editing – Television

House of Cards – “Chapter 26″
Cindy Mollo, ACE, Netflix Inc.

Breaking Bad – “Felina”
Skip Macdonald, ACE

The Sixties – “The Assassination of President Kennedy”
Chris A. Peterson, ACE

The Good Wife – “Hitting the Fan”
Scott Vickrey, ACE

House of Cards – “Chapter 14″
Byron Smith, Netflix Inc.

Outstanding Editing – Commercial

NY Lottery “Toast”
Chris Franklin, Big Sky Edit

Pepsi “Rhythm of Now”
Steve Gandolfi, Cut+Run

American Express “What’s Your 20?”
Chris Franklin, Big Sky Edit

Nissan Juke “Trigger”
Doobie White, Therapy Studios

Santander Bank “Movie Marathon”
Chris Franklin, Big Sky Edit

Outstanding Sound – Feature Film

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
Jeremy Peirson and Skip Lievsay, Warner Bros. Sound

Godzilla
Erik Aadahl and Ethan Van der Ryn
Tim Le Blanc, Gregg Landaker and Rick Kline, Warner Bros. Sound

Frozen
David Fluhr and Gabriel Guy, Walt Disney Studios Sound
Odin Benitez, Formosa Group

Noah
Craig Henighan and Jill Purdy, Subsonic Sound Service
Skip Lievsay, Warner Bros. Sound NY

Gravity
Glenn Fremantle, Sound 24
Skip Lievsay, Warner Bros. Sound
Christopher Benstead and Niv Adiri, Warner Bros. De Lane Lea

Outstanding Sound – Television

Game of Thrones – “The Children”
Tim Kimmel, Onnalee Blank, Mathew Waters, Paula Fairfield and Brad Katona, Todd – Soundelux

Banshee – “Homecoming”
Bradley North, Joe DeAngelis, Bill Freesh, David Werntz and Tiffany S. Griffith, NBC Universal StudioPost

Toy Story OF TERROR!
Axel Geddes, Pixar Animation Studios
Tom Myers, Gary Summers, Michael Silvers and Dustin Cawood, Skywalker Sound

House of Cards – “Chapter 14”
Jeremy Molod, Netflix Inc.

The Good Wife – “Dramatics, Your Honor”
Fredric Judkins, John Snider and Christian Buenaventura, Technicolor Sound
Larry Benjamin and Kevin Valentine, Smart Post Sound

Outstanding Sound – Commercial

Honda Europe “Inner Beauty”
Anthony Moore and Tom Joyce, Factory

Lurpak “Adventure Awaits”
Aaron Reynolds, Wave Studios

Nissan Juke “Trigger”
Doobie White, Therapy Studios

Save The Children “Most Shocking Second A Day Video”
Jon Clarke, Factory

Three “The Ride”
Jack Sedgwick, Wave Studios

Outstanding Visual Effects – Feature Film

Gravity
Tim Webber, Chris Lawrence, Max Solomon, Paul Beilby and Stuart Penn, Framestore

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
Joe Letteri, Eric Saindon, David Clayton, R. Christopher White and Eric Reynolds, Weta Digital

Maleficent
Adam Valdez, Seth Maury, Kevin Hahn, David Seager and Carey Villegas, MPC

Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Russell Earl, Steve Rawlins, Johan Thorngren, Francois Lambert and
Daniel Pearson, Industrial Light & Magic

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
Joe Letteri, Dan Lemmon, Erik Winquist, Keith Miller and Paul Story, Weta Digital

Outstanding Visual Effects – Television

House of Cards – “Chapter 19”
James Pastorius, Andy Witkowski, Rusty Ippolito and Andrew Roberts, Savage Visual Effects

Hawaii Five-0 – “Ho’onani Makuakane”
Armen Kevorkian, Jane Sharvina, Andranik Taranyan, Steve Graves and Dan Lopez, Encore VFX

Game of Thrones – “The Children”
Joe Bauer, Fire and Blood Productions
Sven Martin, Pixomondo
Jörn Grosshans, Mackevision
Thomas Schelesny, Scanline VFX
Matthew Rouleau, Rodeo FX

Silicon Valley – “Articles of Incorporation”
Lawson Deming, Cory Jamieson, Bill Parker, Casi Blume and Seth Cobb, Barnstorm VFX

Tyrant – “Pilot”
Doug Ludwig, Lindsay Hoppe, Chad Schott, Gevork Babityan, Arutyan Arthur Sayan, Encore VFX

Outstanding Visual Effects – Commercial

Lipton “Be More Tea”
Ben Cronin, Charlie Bayliss and Russell Dodgson, Framestore

Qualcomm “Snapdragon – Unsung Hero”
Andy Rowan-Robinson, Euna Kho, Matt Pascuzzi and Shayne Ryan, Framestore

GE “Childlike Imagination”
Benjamin Walsh, Dominik Bauch and Brian Burke, Method Studios

Captain Morgan “Fireship”
Murray Butler, Raul Ortego, Mike Bain and Andy Rowan-Robinson, Framestore

Audi A3 eTon “Powerwalking’”
Simon French, William Bartlett, Alex Doyle and Kimon Matara, Framestore

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