'Inception' takes top Motion Picture Sound Editing honors
"Inception" and "The Pacific" were the big winners Sunday night at the Motion Picture Sound Editors' Golden Reel Awards, winning two each.
Christopher Nolan's "Inception," which is nominated for eight Academy Awards, including best film, won for sound effects and foley in a feature film and music in a feature film at the ceremony at the Westin Bonaventure.
HBO's World War II miniseries "The Pacific" picked up Golden Reels for long form dialogue and ADR [dubbing] in TV for the "Basilone" episode and long form sound effects and foley in TV for "Peleliu Landing."
Other sound editing winners announced Sunday:
Sound effects, foley, dialogue, ADR in an animation feature film: "How to Train Your Dragon"
Sound effects, foley, dialogue, ADR and music in a feature documentary: "Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage"
Sound effects, foley, dialogue and ADR in a feature foreign language film: "Micmacs"
Music in a musical feature film: "Country Strong"
Dialogue and ADR in a feature film: "The Social Network"
Sound effects, foley, dialogue and ADR animation in television: "The Penguins of Madagascar: The Lost Treasure of the Golden Squirrel"
Long form documentary: "And Man Created Dogs"
Short form dialogue and ADR in television: "The Walking Dead: Guts"
Short form sound effects and foley in television: "The Tudors: The Sixth and Final Wife"
Short form musical in television: "Glee: The Power of Madonna"
Short form music in television: "Boardwalk Empire: Anastasia"
Direct to video-animation: "Family Guy: It's a Trap"
Computer interactive entertainment: "Disney Epic Mickey"
Special venue: "Journey to Mecca"
Direct to video-live action: "30 Days of Night: Dark Days"
Computer episodic entertainment: "A Drop of True Blood: Sam"
Verna Fields Award in sound editing for student filmmakers: "Stanley Pickle"
Oscar-winning producer Brian Grazer ("A Beautiful Mind") is the 2011 MPSE Filmmaker recipient and Oscar-winning sound designer and editor Walter Murch ("The Conversation," "The English Patient") received the 2011 MPSE Career Achievement award.
-- Susan King
Photo: Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hardy in "Inception." Credit: Warner Bros.