2018 Creative Arts Emmys Winners List: ‘Black Mirror,’ ‘Westworld,’ ‘Versace’ Rack Up Honors

  • Indiewire
There are so many prizes being handed out this weekend at the Creative Arts Emmys that it takes two nights to celebrate them all; Saturday’s awards include Outstanding Animated Program, Short Form Series, and Casting. Below are the official winners, which we’ll update through Sunday as Emmys season comes to a close.

Outstanding Casting For A Comedy Series

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel • Prime Video • Amazon Studios

Meredith Tucker, Original Casting by

Jeanie Bacharach, Csa, Original Casting by

Cindy Tolan, Csa, Casting by

Outstanding Casting For A Limited Series, Movie Or Special

The Assassination Of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story • FX NetworksFox 21 Television Studios and FX Productions

Courtney Bright, Csa, Casting by

Nicole Daniels, Csa, Casting by

Outstanding Casting For A Drama Series

The CrownNetflixLeft Bank Pictures in association with Sony Pictures Television

Nina Gold, Csa, Casting by

Robert Sterne, Csa, Casting by

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How 'Star Wars Rebels' Sound Editors Stayed True to a Galaxy Far, Far Away

For Bob Bronow, the period drama Genius: Picasso couldn't be more different from the Alaska fishing boat-set reality series Deadliest Catch, for which he earned 11 previous Emmy noms (winning twice).

For National Geographic's drama about iconic Spanish painter Pablo Picasso, who was born in 1881, it was creating a period soundscape that delivered an Emmy nomination to re-recording mixers Bronow and Mark Hensley and production mixer Tamas Csaba.

"The sets were so beautiful; they looked like practical locations," Bronow says, adding that this was still a set, sans background sounds of residents speaking the local language or ...
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"American Sniper" Among Cinema Audio Society Nominees! See Full List of Nominations!

The Cinema Audio Society (Cas) announces the nominees for the 51st Annual Cas Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for 2014 in six categories and the Cas Technical Achievement Award Nominations. Cas President David Fluhr congratulates each of "the nominees on a job well-mixed.. Clever!

The rest of the press release revealed that:

Final balloting for both the Outstanding Sound Mixing and the Cas Technical Achievement Awards will open online Wednesday January 21st and end Friday, February 6th.

The Awards will be presented at a sealed envelope dinner on February 14th in the Crystal Ballroom of the Millennium Biltmore Hotel. During the awards the highest honor of the Cas . the Cas Career Achievement Award will be presented to Production Sound Mixer David Macmillan, Cas. Doug McIntyre, host of Kabc Talk Radio.s McIntyre in the Morning, will be returning as the Master of Ceremonies

Here's the complete list of nominees
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Cinema Audio Society Thinks ‘Interstellar’ Sounds Just Fine

  • The Wrap
Cinema Audio Society Thinks ‘Interstellar’ Sounds Just Fine
Complaints about the sound mix on Christopher Nolan’s “Interstellar” clearly didn’t have much influence on the members of the Cinema Audio Society, who on Tuesday made the film one of the five nominees for the best feature-film sound mix of 2014.

Interstellar” joined “American Sniper,” “Birdman,” “Guardians of the Galaxy” and “Unbroken” in receiving nominations for the 2014 Cas Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing, which will be presented on Feb. 14 at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel.

Also read: OscarWrap: Christopher Nolan and ‘Interstellar’ Dream Team Talk Sound, Edit, Design

Missing from the roster of nominees were the action movies “Transformers: Age of Extinction,
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Hell's bells, 'Interstellar' got a Cinema Audio Society sound mixing nomination

  • Hitfix
Nominations have been announced for the 51st annual Cinema Audio Society Awards, and as ever with this group lately, there are a few surprises. For instance, "Unbroken" made the cut despite being mostly ignored by the guilds and industry groups so far, and Marvel's "Guardians of the Galaxy" showed up as well. The biggest jaw-dropper might just be that after months of being the poster child for sound complaints, somehow, some way, "Interstellar" ended up in the mix (no pun intended). There are always one or two that drop out, however. Last year, for example, another Marvel movie — "Iron Man 3" — was chalked up here. But it fell out in favor of "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug" with the Academy. I find myself wondering if "The Battle of the Five Armies" could make the cut this year as it's even more of an action/sound film than the last.
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