Awards for 1998

ASSG Award

Best Achievement in Dialogue Editing for a Feature Film

WINNER

Best Achievement in Sound Design & FX Editing for a Feature Film

WINNER

Best Achievement in Mixing for a Feature Film

WINNER

Best Achievement in Foley for a Feature Film

WINNER

Best Achievement in Location Recording for a Feature Film

WINNER

Best Sound in a Television Telemovie or Mini-Series

WINNER

Kings in Grass Castles: Ross Linton (sound recordist), Robert 'Gotch' Cutcher (boom operator), Dino Giacomin (sound supervisor/adr), Mark Franken (sound supervisor/adr), Gavin Myers (dialogue editor), Steve Witherow (dialogue editor), Fabian Sanjurjo (fx editor), Rory Martin (assistant fx editor), Tracey Grimshaw (foley artist), Robert Sullivan (mixer), Karl Akers (music engineer), Kim Lord (music engineer), Chris White (music engineer)

Best Sound in a Television Documentary

WINNER

RPA: Pedrag Malesev (sound recordist), Tony Clunes (sound recordist), Philip Purcell (sound editor/mixer)
For episode 98/2.

Best Sound in a Television Drama Series

WINNER

Wildside: Grant Shepherd (sound recordist), Todd Kirkness (boom operator), Stephen Vaughan (boom operator), Peter Hall (dialogue editor), Jon Hemming (dialogue editor), Ian Neilson (fx editor), Justine Angus (fx editor), Ian Donato (foley recordist), Sonia Bible (foley artist), Sasha Madon (assistant editor), Julie Sommerfeldt (assistant editor), Peter Purcell (mixer), David Hemming (music engineer), Peter Best (music engineer)
For episodes #35 and #36.

Best Sound in a Television Lifestyle Programme

WINNER

Who Dares Wins: Shaun Cefai (sound recordist), Serge Lacroix (sound editor/mixer)
For episode "Jet Fighter".

Best Sound in a Television Commercial

WINNER

Ross Linton (sound recordist), Karl Sodersten (sound editor), Jon Marsh (mixer)
For Telecom New Zealand: "Lost".

Lifetime Achievement Award

WINNERS


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