Los Angeles, CA (January 17, 2008)--The nominees for the British Academy of Film and Television Arts' BAFTA Awards announced in London include artists from Ascent Media Group facilities.
Re-recording mixers Scott Millan and David Parker from Todd-AO, and supervising sound editors Per Hallberg and Karen Baker Landers from Soundelux, were nominated for Best Sound for their work on The Bourne Ultimatum. They share the nomination with production mixer Kirk Francis.
"Scott, David, Per and Karen are exceptional artists who exemplify the best of their craft," said Robert C. Rosenthal, COO of Ascent Media's Creative Sound Services Group. "We congratulate them on this well-deserved nomination."
Hallberg, Baker Landers and Millan previously won a BAFTA Award in 2005 for Ray. Hallberg and Millan also won in 1996 for Braveheart.
Also nominated in the Sound category are Danny Hambrook, Paul Hamblin and Catherine Hodgson for Atonement; Peter Kurland, Skip Lievsay, Craig Berkey and Greg Orloff for No Country For Old Men; Christopher Scarabosio, Matthew Wood, John Pritchett, Michael Semanick and Tom Johnson for There Will Be Blood; and Laurent Zeilig, Pascal Villard, Jean-Paul Hurier and Marc Doisne for La Vie En Rose.
The British Academy Film Awards, which began in 1947, recognize individuals for outstanding achievement in feature and short films produced worldwide and released in U.K. cinemas. This year's winners will be announced February 10 at the Royal Opera House in London.
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