Director and writer Richard Linklater received six Oscar nominations for his 2014 film Boyhood, which chronicles the life of a boy named Mason, portrayed by Ellar Coltrane, from age 5 to age 18. The six nominations are in the following categories:
Best Motion Picture of the Year
Richard Linklater and Cathleen Sutherland, Producers
Performance By An Actor in a Supporting Role
Performance By An Actress in a Supporting Role
Achievement in Directing
Achievement in Film Editing
Written by Richard Linklater
The sound team for Boyhood includes Tom Hammond (Re-Recording Mixer/Supervising Sound Editor), Philip Menchaca (Sound Mixer), Wayne Bell (Dialog Editor/Sound Effects Editor), Evan Dunivan (Dialog Editor/Foley Editor), Susan Fitz-Simon (Dialog Editor/Foley Artist/Foley Editor), Miles Foster-Greenwood (Foley Editor/Sound Effects Editor), Korey Pereira (Dialog Editor/Foley Editor), Ethan Andrus (Sound Recordist), Phil DeTolve (ADR Recordist), Glenn Eanes (Dialog Editor), Chris Erlon (ADR Recordist), and Jay Fisher (ADR Recordist).
Watch ‘Richard Linklater on Boyhood | Interview Special | Film4’, in which Director Richard Linklater talks about making his coming-of-age drama, filmed over the course of 12 years with the same actors.