The Hurt Locker and Mad Men Honored at Cinema Audio Society Awards” width=”560″/>
The Hurt Locker gained another notch on its awards post on Saturday night, when the Cinema Audio Society awarded it the top prize for sound mixing (not to be confused with sound editing). Unlike last week’s Motion Picture Sound Editors awards, which favored James Cameron’s Avatar, the CAS favored Kathryn Bigelow’s war film, over Avatar, District 9, Star Trek, and Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. The Hurt Locker will be up against the same competition at the Oscars — with the exception of District 9, which was overlooked, in favor of Inglourious Basterds.
Mad Men also picked up an award, for best sound mixing in a television series. Read on for a full list of winners.
Motion Picture: The Hurt Locker
Television Movie or Mini-Series: Grey Gardens
Television Series: Mad Men, “Guy Walks Into an Advertising Agency”
Television Nonfiction, Variety, or Music (Series or Specials): Deadliest Catch, “Stay Focused or Die”Read More