The nominees have been determined for the 2002 Cinema Audio Society Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing, to be held on March 8, 2003, at the Sheraton Universal Hotel.
The Society will also be honoring this year’s C. A. S. Career Achievement honoree, Mr. Charles Wilborn. Wilborn is a veteran sound mixer and Oscar nominee for such films as Days of Thunder, Godfather II, Dead Poets’ Society, all of the Rocky films, Casino, Stuart Little II and many others. The Emcee of the Banquet will be comedian Gary Kroeger, who is a Saturday Night Live alumni and who is currently appearing on the TV show Hidden Hills.
For Outstanding Sound Mixing for Motion Pictures: Catch Me If You Can, Chicago, The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, Road To Perdition and Spider-Man.
For Outstanding Sound Mixing for Television Movies and Mini-Series: The Gathering Storm, Live from Baghdad, Martin and Lewis, Shackleton–Part 1 and Steven Spielberg Presents: “Taken”–Part 9.
For Outstanding Sound Mixing for Television Series: Alias–“Cipher”, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation–“Fight Night”, Six Feet Under–“The Last Time”, 24–“11:00 P.M. to 12:00 A.M.”, The West Wing–“Posse Comitatus” and The X-Files–“The Truth” 9×20 Finale.
For Outstanding Sound Mixing for Television–Non-Fiction, Variety or Music Series or Specials: Dance in America: From Broadway: “Fosse”; In Memoriam: New York City, 9/11/01; XIX Winter Olympics–Opening Ceremonies; and Robin Williams: Live on Broadway.
For more, visit www.CinemaAudioSociety.org.