‘True Detective’ and ‘Deadwood’ sound editor Mandell Winter will have Emmy speeches prepared for both shows [Exclusive Video Interview]

‘True Detective’ and ‘Deadwood’ sound editor Mandell Winter will have Emmy speeches prepared for both shows [Exclusive Video Interview]
“It was a very surreal morning,” reveals supervising sound editor Mandell Winter, who turned out to be a double-Emmy contender when nominations were announced on July 16. “I was not expecting it at all.” The audio veteran is competing against himself for Best Sound Editing (Movie/Mini) for “Deadwood: The Movie” and “True Detective,” so he’ll “have speeches for both and will double-check” the envelope should he win. Watch our exclusive video interview with Winter above.

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Set 10 years after the events of its third season, “Deadwood: The Movie” finds saloon-keep Al Swearengen (Ian McShane) and Sheriff Seth Bullock (Timothy Olyphant) once again battling against millionaire George Hearst (Gerald McRaney). Winter had never worked on the show before, but the crew “wanted it to sound familiar” to fans. However, “we were given the directive to make it a larger scale, to make it feel more like a movie.
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