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'True Grit' takes top Cinema Audio Society award

True grit 
 "True Grit" took top honors Saturday night at the 47th Cinema Audio Society Awards, winning outstanding achievement in sound mixing for a motion picture.

HBO's "Temple Grandin" earned the top sound mixing award for a TV movie and miniseries at the ceremony at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel.

Other outstanding achievement awards presented Saturday night:

Sound mixing for a TV series: "Boardwalk Empire: Return to Normalcy"
Sound mixing for a TV nonfiction, variety or music series or specials: "Deadliest Catch: Redemption Day."
Sound mixing for DVD original programming: "30 Days of Night: Dark Days"

Taylor Hackford won the CAS Filmmaker Award and Jeffrey Wexler, CAS, earned the 2011 Career Achievement honor. [FOR THE RECORD: An earlier version of this post had Wexler's first name as Jerry.]
--Susan King

Photo: Jeff Bridges and Hailee Steinfeld in "True Grit." Credit: Paramount Pictures

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Taylor Hackford deserve the award that is given to him.....he produces really some great films

Jeffrey Wexler (not Jerry) was the well-deserving winner of the Career Achievement Award.

You've got to be kidding. You couldn't understand half of what the characters were saying. Worst sound recording AND mixing ever.


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