'Breaking Bad' and 'Gravity' Win MPSE Golden Reel Awards


'Breaking Bad' and 'Gravity' Win MPSE Golden Reel Awards


'Game of Thrones' and 'Sons of Anarchy' are other winners in TV field, while 'The Great Gatsby' and 'Captain Phillips' take home prizes from other movie categories.

Motion Picture Sound Editors have handed out the awards to the best in sound editing. Among TV and movie works recognized during the 61st annual Golden Reel Awards included "Breaking Bad" and "Gravity".

The AMC series won Sound Effects and Foley for its series finale "Felina". The sci-fi movie, which dominated the recently announced BAFTA Awards with 6 wins, took home the MPSE Golden Reel Award for Best Sound Effects and Foley.

In terms of number, "Game of Thrones" led with two victories. The HBO medieval drama series won for Music and Dialogue & ADR in Television Short Form categories, both for the episode "The Rains of Castamere".

"Sons of Anarchy" and "The Bridge" were among other TV winners at the event held Sunday, February 16 at the Westin Bonaventure in Los Angeles. Animated movies "Epic" and "Frozen (2013)" as well as "The Great Gatsby" and "Captain Phillips" nabbed other prizes in feature film categories.

Also during the black tie affair, Randy Thom was honored with Career Achievement Award which was presented by filmmaker George Lucas. The ceremony additionally featured a special tribute to Ray Dolby.

TV and Movie Winners of 61st Golden Reel Awards:
BEST SOUND & MUSIC EDITING: TELEVISION ANIMATION

  • "Fairly Odd Parents" - "Dumbbell Curve" (Nickelodeon)
BEST SOUND & MUSIC EDITING: TELEVISION DOCUMENTARY SHORT FORM
  • "North America: No Place to Hide" (Discovery Channel)
BEST SOUND & MUSIC EDITING: TELEVISION DOCUMENTARY LONG FORM
  • "Deadliest Catch" - The Final Battle (Discovery)
BEST SOUND & MUSIC EDITING: SOUND EFFECTS, FOLEY, DIALOGUE & ADR IN AN ANIMATION FEATURE FILM
  • "Epic" (20th Century Fox)
BEST SOUND & MUSIC EDITING: DOCUMENTARIES - FEATURE FILM
  • "Dirty Wars" (IFC)
BEST SOUND & MUSIC EDITING: FEATURE FILM - FOREIGN LANGUAGE BEST SOUND & MUSIC EDITING: FEATURE FILM - FOREIGN LANGUAGE
  • "The Past" (Sony Pictures Classics)
BEST SOUND EDITING IN TELEVISION: SHORT FORM - MUSIC BEST SOUND EDITING IN TELEVISION: SHORT FORM - MUSIC, MUSICAL
  • "Peg + Cat: The Beethoven Problem" (PBS)
BEST SOUND EDITING IN TELEVISION: SHORT FORM - DIALOGUE AND ADR BEST SOUND EDITING IN TELEVISION: SHORT FORM - SOUND EFFECTS AND FOLEY BEST SOUND EDITING IN TELEVISION: LONG FORM - MUSIC, MUSICAL
  • "History of the Eagles: Part One" (Showtime)
BEST SOUND EDITING IN TELEVISION: LONG FORM - DIALOGUE & ADR BEST SOUND EDITING IN TELEVISION: LONG FORM - SOUND EFFECTS AND FOLEY BEST SOUND EDITING IN FEATURE FILM - MUSIC BEST SOUND EDITING IN FEATURE FILM - MUSIC, MUSICAL FEATURE BEST SOUND EDITING IN FEATURE FILM - DIALOGUE AND ADR BEST SOUND EDITING IN FEATURE FILM - SOUND EFFECTS AND FOLEY

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