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3 items from 2006


Reels like sound of 'Geisha'

5 March 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

The sound editing in films as various as Memoirs of a Geisha, War of the Worlds and Wallace & Gromit: Curse of the Were-Rabbit took home awards at the 2006 Golden Reel Awards, handed out by the Motion Picture Sound Editors on Saturday night at the Beverly Hilton. Else Blangsted was awarded the MPSE Career Achievement Award. Among the film categories, Wallace prevailed in the category of best sound editing in an animated feature film. In the category of best sound editing in a foreign feature film, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, produced in Great Britain, was named the winner. »

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Blangsted tunes music editors' prize

31 January 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Music editor Else Blangsted has been tapped to receive the inaugural Motion Picture Sound Editors' career achievement award. The 53-year-old organization will present the honor to Blangstead on March 4 at the 2006 Golden Reel Awards at the Beverly Hilton. "I deserve it," Blangstead said. "Most people who receive an honor such as this feel they deserve it but they don't say so." Blangstead's career as a music editor began in 1970. In four decades she amassed nearly 100 feature film credits. Among her most notable projects are 1979's The Great Santini, 1980's Ordinary People, 1981's On Golden Pond, 1982's Tootsie and 1985's The Color Purple. The self-described "midwife for the composer's baby" has worked with Elmer Bernstein, Dave Gursin, Quincy Jones and Henry Mancini, among others. »

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Blangstead tunes music editors' prize

30 January 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Music editor Else Blangsted has been tapped to receive the inaugural Motion Picture Sound Editors' career achievement award. The 53-year-old organization will present the honor to Blangstead on March 4 at the 2006 Golden Reel Awards at the Beverly Hilton. "I deserve it," Blangstead said. "Most people who receive an honor such as this feel they deserve it but they don't say so." Blangstead's career as a music editor began in 1970. In four decades she amassed nearly 100 feature film credits. Among her most notable projects are 1979's The Great Santini, 1980's Ordinary People, 1981's On Golden Pond, 1982's Tootsie and 1985's The Color Purple. The self-described "midwife for the composer's baby" has worked with Elmer Bernstein, Dave Gursin, Quincy Jones and Henry Mancini, among others. »

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