Los Angeles, CA (January 24, 2005)–The Motion Picture Sound Editors (MPSE) have announced their 2004 Golden Reel nominees in 19 categories. In feature film categories, The Aviator and Kill Bill, Vol. 2 both took nominations in all three major categories–Dialogue/ADR, Music and Sound Effects/Foley. Other nominees for Sound Editing in a Domestic Feature are The Bourne Supremacy, Collateral, The Day After Tomorrow, I, Robot, Million Dollar Baby and Spider-Man 2.
For Sound Editing in a Foreign Feature (defined by where the sound editing was done), nominees are Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Hero, House of Flying Daggers, King Arthur, Nicotina, Touching the Void, Troy and A Very Long Engagement.
Sound Editing in an Animated Film nominees are The Incredibles, Kaenea: The Prophecy, The Polar Express, Shark Tale, Shrek 2, and Team America: World Police. The Bourne Supremacy, Collateral, Passion of the Christ, and Ray each received two nominations.
Miramax and Warner Brothers each took a total of seven nominations. Disney earned six. DreamWorks took five, Universal garnered four, Sony earned three, and Fox and Newmarket earned two. Focus, Lion’s Gate and MGM each earned one.
In television, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation scored nominations in all three categories, and the CSI franchise earned a total of seven nominations. All three CSI shows will be competing against each other in the Sound Effects Editing in TV Shortform category. Cold Case, Lost, Sex and the City and Six Feet Under each earned two nominations.
In TV Longform, Frankenstein, Meltdown, Spartacus and The Winning Season each received two nominations. CBS earned nine nominations, HBO took seven nominations, ABC garnered five, Warner Television took five, USA and TNT each earned four. NBC took three, Nickelodeon earned two and Fox took one.
Motion Picture Sound Editors