Ford v Ferrari takes top MPSE prize


Ray McKinnon, Jack McMullen, Matt Damon and Christian Bale in Ford v Ferrari

The Motion Picture Sound Editors held their 2019 awards ceremony last night, and saw fit to be generous with their choices. Voters spread the wealth, giving each of their prizes to a different title. That wasn't necessarily expected, as many had thought 1917 would win the top two awards; in the end, it won one, though the most significant prize went to Ford v Ferrari. Neither of the most-nominated movies - Joker and Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood - won anything.


Best Sound Editing - Feature - Sound Effects / Foley

DAVID GIAMMARCO, ANNA MACKENZIE, ERIC NORRIS, DONALD SYLVESTER AND JAY WILKENSEON (FORD V FERRARI)


Best Sound Editing - Feature - Dialogue / ADR

OLIVER TARNEY AND RACHAEL TATE (1917)


Best Sound Editing - Feature - Music Underscore

PAUL APELGREN (JOJO RABBIT)


Best Sound Editing - Feature - Animation

THOM BRENNAN, COYA ELLIOTT, REN KLYCE, CHERYL NARDI, KIMBERLY PATRICK, SHELLEY RODEN, JOHN ROESCH, JAMES SPENCER, JONATHON STEVENS AND YANG QIAN BAI HUI (TOY STORY 4)


Best Sound Editing - Feature - Documentary

SAL OJEDA AND ROBBY STAMBLER (ECHO IN THE CANYON)


Best Sound Editing - Feature - Foreign Language

CHOI TAE YOUNG, KIM BYUNG IN, LEE CHUNG GYU, PARK SUNG GYUN, SHIN I NA AND YOUNG KANG HYE (PARASITE)


Best Sound Editing - Feature - Musical

ANDY PATTERSON AND CECILE TOURNESAC (ROCKETMAN)


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