Awards for 2004

C.A.S. Award

Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Motion Pictures

WINNER

Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World: Paul Massey (re-recording mixer), Doug Hemphill (re-recording mixer), Art Rochester (production mixer)

NOMINEES

The Last Samurai: Andy Nelson (re-recording mixer), Anna Behlmer (re-recording mixer), Jeff Wexler (production mixer)

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King: Christopher Boyes (re-recording mixer), Michael Semanick (re-recording mixer), Michael Hedges (re-recording mixer), Hammond Peek (production mixer)

Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl: Christopher Boyes (re-recording mixer), David Parker (re-recording mixer), David E. Campbell (re-recording mixer), Lee Orloff (production mixer)

Seabiscuit: Andy Nelson (re-recording mixer), Anna Behlmer (re-recording mixer), Tod A. Maitland (production mixer)

Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television - Series

WINNER

24: Mike Olman (re-recording mixer), Ken Kobett (re-recording mixer), William Gocke (production mixer)
Episode: "24: Day 3: 5:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. (#3.5)"

NOMINEES

Alias: Robert Appere (re-recording mixer), Ed Carr (re-recording mixer), Douglas Axtell (production mixer)
Episode: "Alias: Succession (#3.2)"


NYPD Blue: Pete Elia (re-recording mixer), Kurt Kassulke (re-recording mixer), Joe Kenworthy (production mixer)
Episode: "NYPD Blue: Shear Stupidity (#11.3)"

Six Feet Under: Elmo Ponsdomenech (re-recording mixer), Joe Earle (re-recording mixer), Bo Harwood (production mixer)
Episode: "Six Feet Under: I'm Sorry, I'm Lost (#3.13)"

Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television - Movies and Mini-Series

WINNER

Angels in America: Lee Dichter (re-recording mixer), Ron Bochar (re-recording mixer), James Sabat (production mixer)
Episode: Angels in America: Part 2 Perestroika (#1.2)".

NOMINEES

And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself: Rick Ash (re-recording mixer), Adam Jenkins (re-recording mixer), Drew Webster (re-recording mixer), Hank Garfield (production mixer)

Hitler: The Rise of Evil: Martin Lee (re-recording mixer), Ian Rankin (re-recording mixer), Reinhard Stergar (production mixer)
Episode: "Part II"

My House in Umbria: Robin O'Donoghue (re-recording mixer), Mike Dowson (re-recording mixer), Mark Taylor (re-recording mixer), David Stephenson (production mixer)

A Painted House: Kevin Patrick Burns (re-recording mixer), Todd Orr (re-recording mixer), Itzhak Magal (production mixer)

Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television - Non-Fiction, Variety or Music Series or Specials

WINNER

The Blues: Gary C. Bourgeois (re-recording mixer), Tateum Kohut (re-recording mixer), Steuart Pearce (production mixer)
Episode: "The Blues: The Road to Memphis (#1.3)"

NOMINEES

American Experience: Dominick Tavella (re-recording mixer), Mark Mandler (re-recording mixer), John Zecca (production mixer)
Episode: "American Experience: New York: Center of the World (#16.1)"

The 45th Annual Grammy Awards: Ed Greene (production mixer), Don Worsham (production mixer), Randy Ezratty (production mixer), John Harris (music mixer), Jay Vicari (music mixer), Dick Maitland (sweetening mixer), Dirk Vanoucek (pro-tools mixer), Mikael Stewart (pa mixer), Ron Reaves (pa mixer)

Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band: John Cooper (production mixer), Brendan O'Brien (re-recording mixer), Nick Didia (re-recording mixer), Kark Egsieker (re-recording mixer), Bill Bowers (re-recording mixer), Craig Taylor (re-recording mixer), David Ashton (re-recording mixer), Matt Foglia (surround sound mixer)

President's Award

WINNER

Chris Jenkins, Ned Price, Tom Regal, Leon Vitali
For the sound restoration of 'Stanley Kubrick (I)''s films.

Career Achievement Award

WINNER

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