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I'm not going to pretend I have some over-arching knowledge or insight when it comes to these two categories, but history and the nature of some of these films suggest to me we have a few films to consider front-runners and several films to consider as possibilities. To begin, Robert Zemeckis' Flight may not depend on an in-your-face sound mix throughout the duration of the film, but when it's required the team that includes William B. Kaplan (Sound Mixer) and Randy Thom (Re-Recording Mixer and Sound Designer), Dennis Leonard (Re-Recording Mixer and Sound Editor) and Dennis Sands (Re-Recording Mixer) truly deliver. Kathryn Bigelow's Zero Dark Thirty seems like another title to pay close attention to as she has brought back the same duo that won both sound Oscars for The Hurt Locker in Paul N.J. Ottosson (Sound Designer, Re-Recording Mixer and Supervising Sound Editor) and Ray Beckett (Production »

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