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'Slumdog' gets a Golden Reel

February 21, 2009 | 10:45 pm

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Oscar front-runner “Slumdog Millionaire,” “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” and “Wall-E” were among the feature film winners Saturday evening at the Motion Picture Sound Editor’s Golden Reel Awards at the Westin Bonaventure.

“Slumdog” won for sound effects, foley, dialogue and ADR in a foreign film, while“ Wall-E” earned the Golden Reel for sound effects, foley, dialogue and ADR animation in a feature film. Veteran sound editing and designer Ben Burtt, who is Oscar nominated for his work on “Wall-E,” also received the guild’s Career Achievement Award.

“The Dark Knight” took home two Golden Reels for music, and sound effects and foley in a feature film.

“Mamma Mia!” earned a Golden Reel for music in a feature film, while “Benjamin Button” earned the award for dialogue and ADR in a feature.

Other sound editing awards announced Saturday:

Television animation: “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” — “The Lair of the Grievous”

Long form dialogue and ADR in television: “Generation Kill” — “Get Some”

Short form dialogue and ADR in television: “Lost” — “Confirmed Dead #402”

Long form sound effects and foley in TV: “Crusoe” — “Rum & Gunpowder”

Short form sound effects and foley in television: “Battlestar Galatica” — “He That Believeth in Me”

Long form music in television: “Céline”

Short form music in television: “CSI: Miami” — “Tipping Point”

Direct to video: “Batman: Gotham Knight”

Computer entertainment: “Gears of War 2”

-- Susan King

(Photo: "Slumdog Millionaire." Credit: Fox Searchlight)

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