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Sound editors tap noms for Golden Reel Awards

Editing for effects and foley, ADR and dialogue, TV up for grabs

The Motion Picture Sound Editors org has made its 2001 nominations for the 49th Annual Golden Reel Awards.

Noms for sound editing — effects and foley — in a domestic feature film were handed to “AI: Artificial Intelligence,” “Black Hawk Down,” “The Fast and the Furious,” “Jurassic Park III,” “Lara Croft: Tomb Raider,” “The Mummy Returns,” “Pearl Harbor,” “Planet of the Apes” and “Spy Game.”

In the category of sound editing — dialogue and ADR — in a domestic feature film, noms are “AI: Artificial Intelligence,” “A Beautiful Mind,” “Black Hawk Down,” “Cats and Dogs,” “The Fast and the Furious,” “Ocean’s 11,” “Pearl Harbor,” “Planet of the Apes,” “Spy Game” and “Vanilla Sky.”

Noms for best sound editing in a foreign film went to “Amelie,” “Behind the Sun,” “Enemy at the Gates,” “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone,” “Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Rings,” “Moulin Rouge,” “The Princess and the Warrior” and “Time and Tide.”

Vying for sound editing in a television series are “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” “The District,” “ER,” “Smallville,” “Third Watch,” “UC: Undercover” and “X-Files.”

Awards will be presented at a banquet March 23 at the Century Plaza Hotel.

And the nominees are …

Sound Editing – Effects And Foley, Domestic Feature Film

A.I.: Artificial Intelligence

Black Hawk Down

The Fast And The Furious

Jurassic Park III

Lara Croft: Tomb Raider

The Mummy Returns

Pearl Harbor

Planet of the Apes

Spy Game

Sound Editing – Dialogue And A.D.R., Domestic Feature Film

A.I.: Artificial Intelligence

A Beautiful Mind

Black Hawk Down

Cats and Dogs

The Fast and the Furious

Ocean’s 11

Pearl Harbor

Planet of the Apes

Spy Game

Vanilla Sky

Sound Editing – Foreign Film

Amelie

Behind the Sun

Enemy at the Gates

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone

Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

Moulin Rouge

The Princess and the Warrior

Time and Tide

Sound Editing – Animated Feature Film, Domestic And Foreign

Atlantis: The Lost Empire

Final Fantasy

Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius

Monsters, Inc.

Osmosis Jones

Shrek

Sound Editing – Music, Feature Film, Domestic And Foreign

Ali

A Beautiful Mind

Black Knight

Focus

Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

Vanilla Sky

Sound Editing – Music, Animated Feature

Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius

Monsters, Inc.

Shrek

Sound Editing – Music, Musical Feature Film

Captain Corelli’s Mandolin

Glitter

Josie and the Pussycats

Lucky Break

Moulin Rouge

Rock Star

Save the Last Dance

Sound Editing In Television – Effects And Foley, Episodic

Buffy the Vampire Slayer “The Gift”

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation “35K, O.B.O.”

The District “Cop Hunt”

ER “The Crossing”

Smallville “Pilot”

Third Watch “Honor”

UC: Undercover “Pilot”

X-Files “Daemonicus”

Sound Editing In Television – Dialogue And A.D.R., Episodic

Alias “Doppleganger”

Nypd Blue “Johnny Got His Gold”

Roswell “Baby, It’s You”

Sex and the City “My Motherboard, Myself”

Six Feet Under “Pilot”

Third Watch “Honor”

24 “12:00 Am – 1:00 Am”

UC: Undercover “The Siege”

The West Wing “Manchester Part II”

Sound Editing In Television – Effects And Foley, Long Form

Attila The Hun

Clubland

Fireballs From Space

The Killing Yard

The Lost Battalion

Robocop: Prime Directives

Uprising

When Billie Beat Bobby

Sound Editing In Television – Dialogue And A.D.R., Long Form

Attila The Hun

Bojangles

Jane Doe

Life With Judy Garland: Me and My Shadow

The Lost Battalion

Ruby’s Bucket Of Blood

They Call Me Sirr

Uprising

Wandering Souls

When Billie Beat Bobby

Sound Editing In Television – Animation

Grim And Evil

Heavy Gear

Invader Zim

Justice League

The Legend Of Tarzan

Max Steel

The Mummy

Spongebob Squarepants

When Dinosaurs Roamed America

X-Men: Evolution

Sound Editing In Television – Music, Episodic Live Action

Ally Mcbeal – “Cloudy Skies, Chance of Parade”

Angel – “Carpe Noctum”

Buffy The Vampire Slayer – “Once More With Feeling”

The Drew Carey Show – “Drew Carey’s Rock ‘N Roll Back To School Comedy Hour”

Smallville – “Pilot”

The Sopranos – “Mr. Ruggerio’s Neighborhood”

That’S Life -“Touched By A Biker”

Undressed – “The Showdown”

Xena: Warrior Princess – “Old Ares Had A Farm”

Sound Editing In Television – Music, Movies And Specials

A Colder Kind of Death

Dinner With Friends

Jett Jackson: The Movie

Judgment

The Land Before Time Viii

Life With Judy Garland – Me And My Shadows

The Mists Of Avalon

Ruby’S Bucket Of Blood

Sound Editing In Television – Music, Episodic Animation

The Cramp Twins

Dexter’S Laboratory

House of Mouse

The Legend Of Tarzan

Men in Black

Spongebob Squarepants

Teacher’s Pet

The Weekenders

Sound Editing – Special Venue Film, Domestic And Foreign

The Human Body

Majestic White Horses

The Princess and The Pea

Space

Zinc Mining

Sound Editing – Direct To Video

The Christmas Angel – Manhattan Steamroller

Fresh Aire Viii – Manhattan Steamroller

Judgment

Road to Redemption

Scooby Doo and The Cyber Chase

A Texas Funeral

Tremors 3: Back to Perfection

Sound Editing – Made for Computer Entertainment

Ambush

Chosen

Conquest Frontier Wars

Metal Gear Solid 2

Robert Williams Dream Detective

Tribes 2

X-Men 2 Mutant Academy

Verna Fields Award for Student Filmmakers

“The Dark” – National Film and Television School

“Inferno” – National Film and Television School

“Instrumental” – National Film and Television School

“Metalstasis” – National Film and Television School

“Still” – National Film and Television School

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