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Cinema Audio Society Awards: ‘Les Misérables’, ‘Brave’, ‘Homeland’, ‘Hatfields & McCoys’, ‘Modern Family’

Universal’s Les Misérables was honored for Best Sound Mixing for a motion picture and Disney/Pixar’s team for Brave took the award for animated feature film tonight as the Cinema Audio Society handed out prizes for Sound Mixing for 2012 in six categories plus a separate pair of awards for technical achievement. The team for Hatfields & McCoys Part 1 (The History Channel) took the nod for TV movie or miniseries, and Homeland: Beruit Is Back (Showtime) won in the one-hour TV series category. The prize for mixing of a half-hour series went to the team behind ABC’s Modern Family. The 49th Annual Cas Awards were hosted by Ktla’s Sam Rubin at downtown La’s Millennium Biltmore Hotel. Anne Hathaway presented director Jonathan Demme the Cas Filmmaker Award, and triple Oscar-winning sound mixer Chris Newman received the 31st Cas Career Achievement Award presented by Demme and previous Cas honoree-Oscar winner Tom Fleischman.
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