'Mad Men' mixers win for TV; Skywalker's Thom honored
Randy Thom, director of sound design at Skywalker Sound. Thom received a standing ovation as he thanked his presenters, saying, “I’m deeply touched by what you said, mostly because you stole what I was going to say,” referring to their comments on working together in “Apocalypse Now.” Director Henry Selick accepted the org’s filmmaker kudo from sound mixer Agamemnon Andrianos and “Coraline” star Dakota Fanning, joking that in the time it took him to make one film, “she’s made eight.” Other TV winners were Henry Embry and Rick Ash for HBO’s “Grey Gardens” in the longform category; Bob Bronow for “Deadliest Catch” in nonfiction and Terry O’Bright and Keith A. Rogers for “Into the Blue: The Reef” for DVD original programming.
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