Oscar Achievements Have Dolby Technologies in Common

Dolby Laboratories announced that all of the films nominated for Oscars® this year in the Sound Editing and Sound Mixing categories use Dolby® Digital or Dolby Digital Surround EX™ technology. The winners will be announced on February 27, 2005 during the 77th Annual Academy Awards®, which will be broadcast by ABC. The presentation will be televised live from the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, Calif.
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Dolby Laboratories announced that all of the films nominated for Oscars® this year in the Sound Editing and Sound Mixing categories use Dolby® Digital or Dolby Digital Surround EX™ technology. The winners will be announced on February 27, 2005 during the 77th Annual Academy Awards®, which will be broadcast by ABC. The presentation will be televised live from the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, Calif.

Dolby technologies have helped to create some of the most innovative audio experiences in theatres. Since 1977, when Star Wars used its 35 mm Dolby Stereo soundtrack and was an Oscar winner for Best Sound, Dolby has been recognized as a standard for high-quality audio in the cinema. Films using Dolby audio technologies have been nominated for an Oscar Award 27 consecutive years.

This year's nominees for sound editing include The Incredibles (Michael Silvers, Randy Thom), The Polar Express (Randy Thom, Dennis Leonard), Spider-Man 2 (Paul N.J. Ottosson); and nomineed for sound mixing are The Aviator (Tom Fleischman, Petur Hliddal), The Incredibles (Randy Thom, Gary A. Rizzo and Doc Kane),
The Polar Express (Randy Thom, Tom Johnson, Dennis Sands and William B. Kaplan), Ray (Scott Millan, Greg Orloff, Bob Beemer and Steve Cantamessa) and Spider-Man 2 (Kevin O'Connell, Greg P. Russell, Jeffrey J. Haboush and Joseph Geisinger).

For more information, please go to www.oscars.com and www.dolby.com.