The 2001 Cinema Audio Society Awards for Outstanding Achievement inSound Mixing have been announced. The winners will be revealed at theannual Cinema Audio Society Awards Banquet on March 9, 2002. This year,the banquet will be held in the Grand Ballroom of the SheratonUniversal Hotel.
The nominees are:
For Outstanding Sound Mixing for Motion Pictures: Black HawkDown; The Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring;Moulin Rouge; Pearl Harbor; and Shrek.
For Outstanding Sound Mixing for Television – Series: CSI: CrimeScene Investigation, “Caged”; Law and Order, “Soldier ofFortune”; NYPD Blue, “Johnny Got His Gold”; Six FeetUnder, “Pilot”; and The Sopranos, “Pine Barrens.”
For Outstanding Sound Mixing for Television – Variety or MusicSeries or Specials: Bill Moyers Reports: Earth on Edge; DivasLive, Aretha Franklin; MTV Video Music Awards; WhenDinosaurs Roamed America; and Wingspan.
For Outstanding Sound Mixing for Television – MOW’s and Mini-Series:”Anne Frank, Part 1″; “Band of Brothers, Part 2”; “Jazz, Part 1”; “TheLost Battallion”; “61”; and “Uprising, Part 2.”
It is also with great pleasure that the Cinema Audio Societyannounces that it will be bestowing this year’s CAS LifetimeAchievement Award to sound designer and editor Kay Rose, whose 54-yearcareer includes sound for some of the great classics of cinema in thesecond-half of the 20th century.
Some of her credits include Mark Rydell’s film The River, inwhich Rose won the Oscar for Best Achievement in Sound Editing and BestSound Editing from the Motion Picture Sound Editors, The Rose,Ordinary People, On Golden Pond, The Prince ofTides, For the Boys, The Way We Were, TequilaSunrise, Milagro Beanfield War, Looking for Mr.Goodbar, Wrong is Right, The Professionals, TheCowboys, Paper Moon, California Split, Crimes ofthe Heart, Frances, All of Me, Where’s Poppa?,Nickelodean, Daisy Miller, Bite the Bullet, NewYork, New York, The Candidate, Cinderella Liberty,Medium Blue, The Fox, and The Pit and thePendulum.