Los Angeles (February 24, 2004)–The following winners of the 2003 Cinema Audio Society Awards (CAS) for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing were announced at the annual awards banquet on February 21, 2004 in the Crystal Ballroom of the Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles.
For Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Motion Pictures:
Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World
Rerecording Mixers: Paul Massey, D.M. Hemphill
Production Mixer: Art Rochester
For Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television – Movies and Mini-Series:
Angels In America – Part 2
Rerecording Mixers: Lee Dichter, C.A.S., Ron Bochar
Production Mixer: James Sabat
For Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television – Series:
24 – 5PM-6PM
Rerecording Mixers: Michael Olman, C.A.S., Kenneth Kobett, C.A.S.
Production Mixer: Bill Gocke
For Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television – Non-Fiction, Variety or Music Series or Specials:
The Blues: The Road to Memphis
Rerecording Mixers: Gary Bourgeois, C.A.S., Tateum Kohut
Production Mixer: Stuart Pearce, C.A.S.
Career Achievement Award:
Rerecording Mixer: Gary Rydstrom, C.A.S.
CAS Presidents Award for the sound restoration of Stanley Kubrick’s films:
Chris Jenkins, Ned Price, Tom Regal, C.A.S., Leon Vitali
Cinema Audio Society