Awards for 1999

Golden Reel Award

Best Sound Editing - Special Venues

WINNER

T-Rex: Back to the Cretaceous: Judee Flick (supervising sound editor), Jeffrey Kaplan (adr editor), Stephen Hunter Flick (sound effects editor), Dean Beville (sound effects editor), William Jacobs (sound effects editor), Dana Gustafson (foley editor)
IMAX3D.

NOMINEES


Dynamite Train: unknown

Everest: unknown
IMAX.

Olympic Spirit - Atlanta: unknown



Superstition: unknown

Best Sound Editing - Foreign Feature

WINNER

The Borrowers: Peter Joly (supervising sound editor), Adrian Rhodes (sound effects editor), William Trent (adr editor), Danny Longhurst (dialogue editor), Ian Wilson (foley editor)

NOMINEES


The Avengers: unknown


Elizabeth: unknown


Lost in Space: unknown


The Truman Show: unknown

Best Sound Editing - Dialogue & ADR

WINNER

Saving Private Ryan: Richard Hymns (supervising sound editor), Gary Rydstrom (supervising sound editor), Gwendolyn Yates Whittle (supervising dialogue editor), Larry Singer (supervising adr editor), Ewa Sztompke (dialogue editor), Sara Bolder (dialogue editor), Denise Whiting (adr editor), Thomas Whiting (adr editor)

NOMINEES







Best Sound Editing - Animated Feature

WINNER

A Bug's Life: Gary Rydstrom (supervising sound editor/sound designer), Tim Holland (supervising sound editor), Pat Jackson (sound effects editor), Michael Silvers (adr editor), Mary Helen Leasman (foley editor), Marian Wilde (foley editor)

NOMINEES

Antz: unknown


Mulan: unknown




Best Sound Editing - Music - Animated Feature

WINNER

Antz: Adam Milo Smalley (supervising music editor), Brian Richards (music and scoring editor)

NOMINEES

A Bug's Life: unknown

Mulan: unknown

Best Sound Editing - Music (Foreign & Domestic)

WINNER

The Butcher Boy: Michael Connell (music and scoring editor)

NOMINEES

American History X: Richard Ford (music editor), unknown


Bulworth: unknown




Best Sound Editing - Direct to Video - Sound

WINNER

Young Hercules: Mathew Waters (supervising sound editor), Tim Boggs (supervising adr editor), George Haddad (sound effects editor), Lisle Engle (sound effects editor), Kelly Vandever (sound effects editor), Dorian Cheah (sound effects editor), Michael Mullane (sound effects editor), Louis Creveling (dialogue editor), Jason George (dialogue editor), Danielle Ghent (dialogue editor), Robert Jackson (dialogue editor), Tony Suraci (foley editor)

NOMINEES






Best Sound Editing - Music - Musical Feature (Foreign & Domestic)

WINNER

NOMINEES


Dance with Me: Daryl B. Kell (supervising music editor)

Little Voice: unknown

Still Crazy: unknown

Tango: unknown

Velvet Goldmine: Annette Kudrak (music editor), Todd Kasow (scoring editor)

Best Sound Editing - Sound Effects & Foley

WINNER

Saving Private Ryan: Gary Rydstrom (supervising sound editor/sound designer), Richard Hymns (supervising sound editor), Sandina Bailo-Lape (supervising foley editor), Ethan Van der Ryn (sound effects editor), Teresa Eckton (sound effects editor), Frank E. Eulner (sound effects editor), Karen G. Wilson (sound effects editor), Larry Oatfield (sound effects editor), Bruce Lacey (foley editor)

NOMINEES

Armageddon: unknown

Blade: unknown

Deep Impact: unknown


Godzilla: unknown

Lethal Weapon 4: unknown


The Negotiator: unknown

Ronin: Brady Schwartz (foley editor)

The X Files: unknown

Best Sound Editing - Television Animation - Music

WINNERS

Toonsylvania: Jay Duerr (music editor), Terry Reiff (music editor), Lisle Leete (music and scoring editor), Gary Falcone (music editor)
For episode "Doom with a View".

Toonsylvania: Jay Duerr (music editor), Terry Reiff (music editor), Lisle Leete (music and scoring editor), Gary Falcone (music editor)
For episode "My Fair Monster".

NOMINEES


Cow and Chicken: unknown

Hercules: Casey Stone
For episode "Twilight of the Gods".

Hey Arnold!: unknown


The Simpsons: unknown

Best Sound Editing - Television Episodic - Music

WINNER

The Drew Carey Show: Merelyn Davis (music editor)
For episode "Drew's Dance Party Special".

NOMINEES

Ally McBeal: unknown



Fame L.A.: unknown



The X-Files: unknown

Best Sound Editing - Television Episodic - Sound Effects & Foley

WINNER

ER: Walter Newman (supervising sound editor), Darren Wright (sound editor), Rick Camera (sound editor)
For episode "Exodus".

NOMINEES

Fantasy Island: unknown



JAG: unknown

Millennium: unknown

The Pretender: unknown

Profiler: unknown


Best Sound Editing - Television Episodic - Dialogue & ADR

WINNER

ER: Walter Newman (supervising sound editor), Darleen Stoker (supervising dialogue editor), Thomas A. Harris (supervising adr editor), Catherine Flynn (adr and dialogue editor)
For episode "Exodus".

NOMINEES

Earth: Final Conflict: John Douglas Smith (Supervising Sound Editor)



Nash Bridges: unknown


The X-Files: unknown

Best Sound Editing - Television Animated Series - Sound

WINNER

Spawn: Deb Adair (supervising sound editor), Sean Garnhart (sound effects editor), Craig Berkey (sound effects editor)
For episode "Send in the Kkklowns".

NOMINEES

Cow and Chicken: unknown



Oh Yeah! Cartoons: unknown
For episode "Fathead/Planet Kate".

Oh Yeah! Cartoons: unknown
For episode "F Tales/25 Cent Trouble/Cat and Milkman".

RoboCop: unknown

Best Sound Editing - Television Movies of the Week - Sound Effects & Foley

WINNER

The Planet of Junior Brown: Michael Baskerville (supervising sound editor), Steve Hammond (supervising foley editor), Scot Thiessen Gregory (sound effects editor), Doug Hubert (sound effects editor), Paul William Edwards (foley editor), John Bracco (foley editor)

NOMINEES

American Tempest: unknown

Blade Squad: unknown

Glory & Honor: unknown

Houdini: unknown

The Informant: unknown

My Own Country: unknown


Best Sound Editing - Television Movies of the Week - Music

WINNER

The Rat Pack: Joanie Diener (music and scoring editor)

NOMINEES



The Informant: unknown

My Own Country: unknown


Saint Maybe: unknown

Best Sound Editing - Television Mini-Series - Dialogue & ADR

WINNER

The Temptations: G. Michael Graham (supervising sound and dialogue editor), Mark Friedgen (supervising sound and dialogue editor/adr and dialogue editor), Kristi Johns (supervising adr editor), Suzanne Angel (supervising adr editor), Anton Holden (adr and dialogue editor), Scott A. Tinsley (adr and dialogue editor), Michael Lyle (adr and dialogue editor), Mark R. La Pointe (adr and dialogue editor), Tim Terusa (adr and dialogue editor)
For episode "Night One".

NOMINEES



Creature: unknown

Best Sound Editing - Television Mini-Series - Music

WINNER

The Temptations: Kevin Crehan (music editor), Tom Villano (music and scoring editor)
For episode "Night One".

NOMINEES



Best Sound Editing - Television Movies and Specials (including Mini-Series) - Music

NOMINEE

Best Sound Editing - Television Mini-Series - Sound Effects & Foley

WINNER

Creature: William H. Angarola (supervising sound editor), Rick Hinson (supervising sound editor), Cindy Rabideau (supervising foley editor), Steve Bissinger (sound effects editor), Mark Cleary (sound effects editor), Mike Marchain (foley editor), Raymond E. Spiess III (foley editor)

NOMINEES



The Temptations: unknown

Best Sound Editing - Television Movies of the Week - Dialogue & ADR

WINNER

A Soldier's Sweetheart: William H. Angarola (supervising dialogue and adr editor), Rick Hinson (supervising sound editor), Robert Guastini (dialogue and adr editor), Anna MacKenzie (dialogue and adr editor), Ray Spiess (dialogue and adr editor), Raymond E. Spiess III (dialogue and adr editor), Jason Lezama (dialogue and adr editor), Tami Treadwell (adr recordist)

NOMINEES



The Fixer: unknown

Max Q: unknown

My Own Country: Robert Jackson (adr supervisor), Michael Hertlein (dialogue editor)


Verna Fields Award

WINNERS

Preoccupied: Luke Dunn Gielmuda (sound editor)
Australian Film, Television, and Radio School.
Tied with Stuart Thompson for _The Church of High Wierdness (1998)_.

The Church of High Wierdness: Stuart Thompson (sound editor)
National Film and Television School, UK.
Tied with Luke Dunn Gielmuda for _Preoccupied (1998)_.

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