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Sound of Metal, Soul Are Motion Picture Winners at 57th Annual CAS Awards for Sound Mixing

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caslogopngThe Cinema Audio Society (CAS) announced the winners of its 57th Annual CAS Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for 2020 in seven categories, as well as the Outstanding Product Nominations. The awards were handed out the evening of April 17 at a sealed envelope virtual event.

Sound of Metal won the category for Live Action Motion Picture, while Soul won yet another tech/craft award for Animated Motion Picture. The Queen’s GambitThe MandalorianThe Marvel Mrs. Maisel, and Hamilton continued their winning ways in the television categories.

CAS President Karol Urban, CAS – Re-Recording Mixer – came out to show some of the highlights of 2020 and induct the new board of directors and introduce the In Memoriam segment to honor those we’ve last over the past year, not only those in the sound and engineering field but also filmmakers and other important figures in sound mixing like Rupert Neve.

Filmmaker and actor George Clooney was presented with the Cinema Audio Society Filmmaker award by Randy Thom, CAS – Re-Recording Mixer, who mixed the sound for Clooney’s The Midnight Sky and his directorial debut, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind. Randy’s intro was followed by tributes from actor Richard Kind, Producer Grant Heslov.

William B. Kaplan
William B. Kaplan, CAS (Photo: CAS)

Production Sound Mixer William B. Kaplan CAS was honored as this year’s Cinema Audio Society Career Achievement Honoree, presented by CAS Board Member Amanda Beggs, CAS – Production Mixer, who had been mentored by Kaplan. Her introduction was followed by video messages from the likes of Director Robert Zemeckis, Sound Tech Robert Giordano, Director John Landis, all of them telling stories about Kaplan, who had mixed movies, such as Animal HouseForrest Gump, The Blues Brothers, Back to the Future and more.

Sherry Klein, CAS – Re-Recording Mixer presented this year’s Student Recognition Award to Brandyn JohnsonUniversity of Southern California, Los Angeles, California.

WINNERS OF THE 57th CAS AWARDS FOR
OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN SOUND MIXING FOR 2020

MOTION PICTURES – LIVE ACTION
(presented by Gary A. Rizzo, CAS –  Re-Recording Mixer)

Sound of Metal

Production Mixer – Phillip Bladh CAS
Re-Recording Mixer – Nicolas Becker
Re-Recording Mixer – Jaime Baksht
Re-Recording Mixer – Michelle Couttolenc
ADR Mixer – Carlos Cortez Navarrette
Foley Mixer – Kari Vähäkuopus

MOTION PICTURES – ANIMATED
(presented by Chris Navarro, CAS – ADR Mixer)

Soul

Original Dialogue Mixer – Vincent Caro CAS
Re-Recording Mixer – Ren Klyce
Re-Recording Mixer – David Parker
Scoring Mixer – Atticus Ross
Scoring Mixer – David Boucher CAS
ADR Mixer – Bobby Johanson CAS
Foley Mixer – Scott Curtis

MOTION PICTURES – DOCUMENTARY
(presented by Tommy Vicari, CAS – Scoring Mixer)

The Bee Gees: How Can You Mend A Broken Heart

Re-Recording Mixer – Gary A. Rizzo CAS
Re-Recording Mixer – Jeff King

NON-THEATRICAL MOTION PICTURE OR LIMITED SERIES
(presented by Bob Bronow, CAS – Re-Recording Mixer)

The Queen’s Gambit: Ep. 4 Middle Game

Production Mixer – Roland Winke
Re-Recording Mixer – Eric Hoehn CAS
Re-Recording Mixer – Eric Hirsch
Re-Recording Mixer – Leo Marcil
Scoring Mixer – Lawrence Manchester

TELEVISION SERIES – 1 HOUR
(presented by Jeffrey J. Haboush, CAS – Re-Recording Mixer)

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel: S3, Ep. 8 A Jewish Girl Walks Into the Apollo…

Production Mixer – Mathew Price CAS
Re-Recording Mixer – Ron Bochar CAS
Scoring Mixer – Stewart Lerman
ADR Mixer – David Boulton
Foley Mixer – George A. Lara CAS

TELEVISION SERIES 1/2 HOUR
(presented by William Files, CAS – Re-Recording Mixer)

The Mandalorian: Ep. 102 Chapter 2: The Child

Production Mixer – Shawn Holden CAS
Re-Recording Mixer – Bonnie Wild
Re-Recording Mixer – Stephen Urata
Scoring Mixer – Christopher Fogel CAS
ADR Mixer – Matthew Wood
Foley Mixer – Blake Collins CAS

TELEVISION NON-FICTION, VARIETY or MUSIC – SERIES or SPECIALS
(presented by Marlow Taylor, CAS – Production Mixer)

Hamilton

Production Mixer – Justin Rathbun
Re-Recording Mixer – Tony Volante
Re-Recording Mixer – Rob Fernandez
Re-Recording Mixer – Tim Latham

OUTSTANDING PRODUCT PRODUCTION
(presented by Willie Burton, CAS – Production Mixer)

Sound Devices, LLC: CL-16 Linear Fader Control Surface for 8-Series

OUTSTANDING PRODUCT POST PRODUCTION

(presented by Brett Voss, CAS – Foley Mixer)

iZotope, Inc.: RX8

 

Edward Douglas
Edward Douglas
Edward Douglas has written about movies for print and the internet for over 20 years, specializing in box office analysis, reviews, and interviews. Currently, he writes features for Below the Line and Above the Line, acting as Associate Editor for the former and Interim Editor for the latter.
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