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‘Pirates’ reels in most MPSE noms

'Dreams,' 'Third,' 'Trace,' 'ER,' 'Carnivale' vie for TV honors

See nomineesThe Motion Picture Sound Editors org has tapped the nominees for its 51st annual Golden Reel Awards.

Among the 19 categories, Disney’s “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl” leads the film contenders with three nominations.

Miramax’s “Cold Mountain” and “Kill Bill Vol. 1,” Warner Bros.’ “The Last Samurai,” New Line’s “The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King,” Fox’s “Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World,” Universal’s “Seabiscuit” and Screen Gems’ “Underworld” each received two.

Disney also dominated the toon categories, with “Brother Bear,” “Finding Nemo” and “Jungle Book 2” receiving multiple mentions.

For episodic TV, NBC’s “American Dreams,” “ER” and “Third Watch,” CBS’ “Without a Trace” and HBO’s “Carnivale” each received two nominations.

The Golden Reel Awards will be presented Feb. 28 at the Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles. At the gala, director Arthur Hiller will present Don Hall with a career achievement award.

And the nominees are . . .

Sound Effects Editing in a Feature Film (Domestic)
The Italian Job
Kill Bill, Vol. 1
The Last Samurai
Master & Commander: The Far Side of the World
The Matrix Reloaded
Open Range
Pirates of the Caribbean
Seabiscuit
Terminator 3:
Rise of the Machines

Music Editing in a Feature Film
Cold Mountain
Gods And Generals
Jeepers Creepers II
Kill Bill, Vol. 1
Lord of the Rings:
Return of the King
Pirates of the Caribbean
Something’s Gotta Give
Underworld

Dialogue Editing in a Feature Film
2 Fast 2 Furious
Dreamcatcher
The Last Samurai
Master & Commander: The Far Side of the World
Mystic River
Pirates of the Caribbean
Seabiscuit
X2

Sound Editing in a Feature Film (Foreign)
28 Days Later
City Of God
Cold Mountain
Dust
Lord of the Rings: Return of the King
Underworld
Veronica Guerin
Whale Rider

Music Editing in a Musical Feature
The Company
The Fighting Temptations
A Mighty Wind
School of Rock

Music Editing in an Animated Feature
Brother Bear
Finding Nemo
Jungle Book 2

Sound Editing in an Animated Feature
Brother Bear
Finding Nemo
Jungle Book 2
Millennium Actress
Rugrats Go Wild
Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas
The Triplets Of Belleville

Sound Effects Editing in Longform TV
44 Minutes
And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself
Helen of Troy
Hitler: Rise Of Evil
Ice Bound
The Salem Witch Trials
Saving Jessica Lynch
Word of Honor

Music Editing in Longform TV
And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself
DreamKeeper
Hitler: Rise Of Evil
The Music Man
Wuthering Heights

Dialogue Editing in Longform TV
And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself
Going For Broke
Hitler, Rise Of Evil
Julius Caesar
The Music Man
The Salem Witch Trials
Saving Jessica Lynch
Twelve Mile Road
Unspeakable

Sound Effects Editing in Episodic TV
Alias
Carnivale
CSI: Crime Scene Investigations
CSI: Miami
ER
Smallville
Third Watch
Without a Trace

Music Editing in Episodic TV
American Dreams
Queer As Folk
Scrubs
Sex & The City
Watching Ellie

Dialogue Editing in Episodic TV
American Dreams
Carnivale
The District
ER
Six Feet Under
Third Watch
West Wing
Without a Trace

Sound Editing in TV Animation
The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron
Dinosaur Planet
The Fairly OddParents
He-Man & The Masters of the Universe
Justice League
SpongeBob SquarePants
Teen Titans
Xiaolin Showdown

Music Editing in TV Animation
Dexter’s Laboratory
Johnny Bravo
Lilo & Stitch
Mucha Lucha
SpongeBob SquarePants

Sound Editing in Computer Entertainment
The Animatrix
Freelancer
Jak 2
Lineage II – The Chaotic Chronicle
Need for Speed Underground
T3: Rise of the Machines

Sound Editing in Direct To Video
101 Dalmatians II
Patch’s London Adventure
Bionicle: Mask of Light
Going Back
Imaginext: Fortress of the Dragon
Inspector Gadget 2
Second Chance
Stitch
Unconditional Love

Sound Editing in Special Venue
Bugs! 3D
Coral Reef Adventures
Deep Sea
SpongeBob: The Ride
Top Speed

Sound Editing in a Student Film
The 7th Man – Florida State University
American Gulag – USC
The First Vampire – USC
The Gamers – USC
Terratoma – Australian Film, Television and Radio School

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