The Cinema Audio Society (CAS) announced winners of its Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing Awards in five categories of film and television during its award ceremonies on February 14 at the Crystal Ballroom of the Millennium Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles.
CAS president Edward L. Moskowitz, CAS, presided over the awards with Sam Rubin serving as Master of Ceremonies. Production mixer Dennis L. Maitland, CAS, was presented with the Career Achievement Award, the highest honor of the CAS, by director Norman Jewison and sound mixer Tod Maitland, CAS. Maria Conchita Alonso and Mark Berger, CAS, presented multi-hyphenate Paul Mazursky with the Filmmaker Award.
The winners of CAS' Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing Awards were:
Production Mixer Resul Pookutty
Re-Recording Mixers Ian Tapp, Richard Pryke.
Television Movies or Mini-Series
John Adams, Episode 1: “Join or Die”
Production Mixer Jay Meagher (CAS)
Re-Recording Mixers Mike Minkler (CAS), Bob Beemer (CAS)
Production Mixer William F. Gocke (CAS)
Re-Recording Mixers Michael Olman (CAS), Kenneth Kobett (CAS)
Television Non-Fiction, Variety Or Musical—Series Or Specials
Deadliest Catch: ”No Mercy"
Re-Recording Mixer Bob Bronow (CAS)
DVD Original Programming
Smashing Pumpkins—If All Goes Wrong
Live Audio Mixer Jon Lemon
Re-Recording Mixers Kerry Brown, Kevin Dippold, Brian Slack
The CAS also presented Technical Achievement Awards in two categories: Production Technologies to Sound Devices 788T Digital Recorder, and Post-Production Technologies to Cedar DNS 3000 Automated Noise Suppression.
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