2018 Cinema Audio Society Awards Nominations


John Krasinski and Noah Jupe in A Quiet Place

Few surprises here! The Cinema Audio Society has announced nominees for its 2018 awards, honouring the best sound mixing in the movies. The sound mixers guild has helped to confirm the frontrunners in the Oscar race in this category, which can often be tough to predict prior to the CAS' nominations announcement. It's a blow for Mary Poppins Returns, which has been on a disappointing run of late, but success for Bohemian Rhapsody, which most assuredly has not! Winners will be declared at the group's awards ceremony on the 16th of February. All the details below.


Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing - Live Action

Niv Adiri, John Casali, Tim Cavagin and Paul Massey (Bohemian Rhapsody)

Michael Barry, Michael Barosky, Bob Lacivita, Tyson Lozensky, Peter Persaud and Brandon Proctor (A Quiet Place)

Steve Boeddeker, Scott Curtis, Peter Devlin, Christopher Fogel, Doc Kane and Brandon Proctor (Black Panther)

Richard Duarte, Mary H. Ellis, Lee Ai Ling, Thomas J. O'Connell, Frank A. Montano and Jon Taylor (First Man)

Richard Duarte, Steven A. Morrow, Thomas J. O'Connell, Tom Ozanich, Jason Ruder and Dean A. Zupancic (A Star Is Born)


Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing - Animated

Vince Caro, Scott Curtis, Joel Iwataki, Nathan Nance and Michael Semanick (Incredibles 2)

Blake Collins, Michael Miller, Juan Peralta, Gary Rizzo and Noah Scot Snyder (The Grinch)

Scott Curtis, David E. Fluhr, Gabriel Guy, Doc Kane and Alan Meyerson (Ralph Breaks the Internet)

Xavier Forcioli, Wayne Lemmer, Darrin Moore, Peter Persaud, Simon Rhodes and Christopher Scarabosio (Isle of Dogs)

Aaron Hasson, Tony Lamberti, Howard London, Sam Okell, Michael Semanick, Randy K. Singer and Brian Smith (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse)


Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing - Documentary

David Boulton, Tom Fleischman, Jim Hurst, Tyson Lozensky, Joana Niza Braga and Ric Schnupp (Free Solo)

Rob Filmore and Brian Riordan (They'll Love Me When I'm Dead)

Al Hicks and Jonathan Wales (Quincy)

Pete Horner and Jeff King (Won't You Be My Neighbour?)

Andy Kris, Skip Lievsay, Mark Ray and Lee Salevan (Fahrenheit 11/9)


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