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‘Gangs,’ ‘Perdition’ top Golden Reel nods

'CSI,' 'ER,' 'Fastlane,' 'John Doe' lead TV contenders

“Gangs of New York” and “Road to Perdition” nabbed three noms each from the Motion Picture Sound Editors, which will present its Golden Reel Awards at the Century Plaza Hotel March 22 during the group’s 50th annual awards banquet.

Kudos honor achievements in sound editing for film and television.

“Gangs” and “Perdition” were both recognized in the sound effects/Foley, dialogue/ADR and music categories.

Toons “Ice Age,” “Lilo and Stitch” and “Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron” received nominations in both animated feature categories. And on the TV front, “CSI,” “ER,” “Fastlane,” “John Doe,” “Third Watch” and “American Dreams” took two noms each.

And the nominees are…

BEST SOUND EDITING IN DOMESTIC FEATURES: SOUND EFFECTS/FOLEY
“The Bourne Identity”
“Gangs of New York”
“Minority Report”
“Panic Room”
“Road to Perdition”
“Spider-Man”
“Star Wars: Episode II — Attack of the Clones”
“We Were Soldiers”
“XXX”

BEST SOUND EDITING IN DOMESTIC FEATURES: DIALOGUE/ADR
“Antwone Fisher”
“The Bourne Identity”
“Catch Me if You Can”
“Chicago”
“Gangs of New York”
“Minority Report”
“Road to Perdition”
“Spider-Man”

BEST SOUND EDITING IN A FEATURE: MUSIC
“Adaptation”
“Catch Me if You Can”
“Confessions of a Dangerous Mind”
“Gangs of New York”
“The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers”
“The Mothman Prophecies”
“Road to Perdition”
“Unfaithful”

BEST SOUND EDITING IN A FEATURE: MUSICAL
“Chicago”
“Drumline”
“8 Mile”
“8 Women”
“The Pianist”
“Queen of the Damned”

BEST SOUND EDITING IN FOREIGN FEATURES
“Brotherhood of the Wolf”
“Die Another Day”
“Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets”
“Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers”
“The Pianist”
“Rabbit-Proof Fence”
“Winged Migration”

BEST SOUND EDITING IN ANIMATED FEATURES
“Ice Age”
“Lilo and Stitch”
“Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron”
“Spirited Away”
“Treasure Planet”
“The Wild Thornberrys Movie”

BEST SOUND EDITING IN ANIMATED FEATURES: MUSIC
“Ice Age”
“Lilo and Stitch”
“Princess and the Pea”
“Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron”
“The Wild Thornberrys Movie”

BEST SOUND EDITING IN SPECIAL VENUE FILM
“Dolly”
“India — Kingdom of the Tiger”
“Kilimanjaro: To the Roof of Africa”
“Lucky”
“Pulse — A Stomp Odyssey”
“Santa vs. the Snowman 3D”
“Ultimate X — The Movie”

BEST SOUND EDITING IN TELEVISION EPISODIC: SOUND EFFECTS/FOLEY
“CSI: Crime Scene Investigation”
“ER”
“Fastlane”
“John Doe”
“Smallville”
“Third Watch”
“Witchblade”
“The X-Files”

BEST SOUND EDITING IN TELEVISION EPISODIC: DIALOGUE/ADR
“American Dreams”
“CSI: Crime Scene Investigation”
“The District”
“ER”
“NYPD Blue”
“24”
“Third Watch”
“The West Wing”

BEST SOUND EDITING IN TELEVISION EPISODIC: MUSIC
“American Dreams”
“Angel”
“Fastlane”
“John Doe”
“Robbery Homicide Division”
“Scrubs”
“Six Feet Under”
“Watching Ellie”

BEST SOUND EDITING IN TELEVISION LONGFORM: SOUND EFFECTS/FOLEY
“Conviction”
“Firefly”
“The Junction Boys”
“National Geographic’s ‘Skin’ “
“The Pennsylvania Miners’ Story”
“Sightings: Heartland Ghost”
“Sniper II”
“Steven Spielberg Presents Taken”

BEST SOUND EDITING IN TELEVISION LONGFORM: DIALOGUE/ADR
“Conviction”
“Gleason”
“The Junction Boys”
“Monk”
“The Pennsylvania Miners’ Story”
“Steven Spielberg Presents Taken”
“The Stork Derby”
“Too Young to Be a Dad”
“Torso”

BEST SOUND EDITING IN TELEVISION LONGFORM: MUSIC
“Dinotopia”
“Gleason”
“Johnson County War”
“Live From Baghdad”
“Martin & Lewis”
“The Nero Wolfe Mystery”
“Roughing It”
“The Stork Derby”

BEST SOUND EDITING IN TELEVISION ANIMATION
“Courage the Cowardly Dog”
“The Fairly Odd Parents”
“He-Man and the Masters of the Universe”
“Justice League”
“Robbie the Reindeer”
“Spongebob Squarepants”
“Static Shock ‘The Big Leagues’ “
“X-Men: Evolution”

BEST SOUND EDITING IN TELEVISION ANIMATION: MUSIC
“Grim and Evil”
“The Simpsons”
“Spongebob Squarepants”

BEST SOUND EDITING IN TELEVISION DIRECT TO VIDEO
“The Adventures of Tom Thumb & Thumbelina”
“Cowboy Up”
“Deceived”
“Global Heresy”
“Larryboy: The Cartoon Adventures ‘Angry Eyebrows’ “
“The Skulls II”
“Tribulation Force”
“Virtual Storm”

VERNA FIELDS AWARD FOR BEST SOUND EDITING IN STUDENT FILMS
“Easy as Pie” — USC
“The Garden” — National Film and Television School
“Last Rumba in Rochdale” — National Film And Television School
“Placement” — Australian Film TV & Radio School
“Sit and Spin” — USC

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