The Motion Picture Sound Editors announced finalists for the 46th annual Golden Reel Awards for excellence in sound editing in five feature film and special venue categories.

Domestic Feature Film/Effects and Foley: “Armageddon,” “Blade,” “Deep Impact,” “Enemy of the State,” “Godzilla,” “Lethal Weapon 4,” “The Mask of Zorro,” “The Negotiator,” “Ronin,” “Saving Private Ryan” and “The X-Files.”

Domestic Feature Film/Dialogue and Automated Dialogue Replacement: “Armageddon,” “Bulworth,” “Enemy of the State,” “The Horse Whisperer,” “Meet Joe Black,” “The Negotiator,” “One True Thing” and “Saving Private Ryan.”

Foreign Feature Film: “The Avengers,” “Babe: Pig in the City,” “The Borrowers,” “Elizabeth,” “Hilary and Jackie,” “Lost in Space,” “Shakespeare in Love” and “The Truman Show.”

Animated Feature Film: “Antz,” “A Bug’s Life,” “I Married a Strange Person,” “Mulan,” “The Prince of Egypt,” “Quest for Camelot,” “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” and “The Rugrats Movie.”

Special Venues: “Africa’s Elephant Kingdom,” “Dynamite Train,” “Everest,” “Olympic Spirit — Atlanta,” “Pensacola — Wings of Gold,” “Star Trek — The Experience,” “Superstition,” and “T-Rex: Back to the Cretaceous.”

In February, the org will announce the nominees for sound editing awards in additional categories in television, student, and feature films/music.

A blue-ribbon panel judges all finalists. Winners will be announced March 20 at the Golden Reel Awards banquet at the Century Plaza Hotel.