Cinema Audio Society Nominees Represent Wide Range of Genres

There’s an exceptional level of craftsmanship among this year’s nominees for the Cinema Audio Society Awards, which recognizes outstanding accomplishments in sound mixing, a collaborative discipline that requires sound editors, re-recording mixers, Foley and Adr artistry to work together to create a harmonious finished product.

The categories considered are: live action, animated and documentary features, one-hour and half-hour small-screen shows, TV movie or limited series, television non-fiction, variety or music series or specials and post-production. “Ford v Ferrari” director James Mangold will be the honored filmmaker and Tom Fleischman, part of the Cas nominated team on “The Irishman,” will receive the org’s career achievement award at the ceremony.

This year’s live-action Cas nominees span a wide range, from “Ford v Ferrari,” “Joker,” “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” to “Rocketman,” in addition to “The Irishman.” “Ford,” “Joker” and “Once” also landed Academy Award nominations for

sound mixing.
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