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February 17, 2013 | By Susan King
"Life of Pi" won two awards Sunday evening at the 60th Motion Picture Sound Editors Golden Reel Awards. The adventure fable, which is nominated for 11 Academy Awards, won for sound editing: music in a feature film and sound editing: dialogue and ADR in a feature film. Academy Award-winning Ang Lee, who is nominated again for directing  "Life of Pi,"  was also the recipient of the 2013 MPSE Filmmaker Award. COMPLETE LIST: MPSE winners and nominees Oscar nominee "Les Miserables" won the Golden Reel for sound editing: music in a musical feature film and "Skyfall" earned the honor for sound editing: sound effects and Foley in a feature film.
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February 17, 2013 | By Susan King
"Life of Pi" won two awards Sunday evening at the 60th Motion Picture Sound Editors Golden Reel Awards. The adventure fable, which is nominated for 11 Academy Awards, won for sound editing: music in a feature film and sound editing: dialogue and ADR in a feature film. Academy Award-winning Ang Lee, who is nominated again for directing  "Life of Pi,"  was also the recipient of the 2013 MPSE Filmmaker Award. COMPLETE LIST: MPSE winners and nominees Oscar nominee "Les Miserables" won the Golden Reel for sound editing: music in a musical feature film and "Skyfall" earned the honor for sound editing: sound effects and Foley in a feature film.
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January 17, 2013 | By Susan King
"Argo," "Life of Pi," "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey"; "Skyfall" and "Lincoln" earned multiple nominations Friday morning for the Motion Picture Sound Editors 60th annual MPSE Golden Reel Awards. Nominations were announced for 22 categories in feature film, TV, animation, computer entertainment and student work. Nominees for best sound editing: sound effects and foley in a feature film are "Argo"; "Django Unchained"; "Life of Pi"; "The Avengers"; "Prometheus"; "Skyfall"; "The Dark Knight Rises"; and "The Hobbit.
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April 4, 2006 | Richard Verrier, Times Staff Writer
On screen in "Poseidon," the upcoming remake of the classic 1972 disaster movie about a capsized ocean liner, actor Kurt Russell jumps into the water and attempts to swim for his life. Off screen, John Roesch -- who makes noise for a living -- sits shivering in a bathtub, splashing his hands to match Russell's motions. A sound editor in a nearby recording booth captures the commotion on tape.
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April 4, 2006 | Brian Hanrahan and Mike Anton, Times Staff Writers
Undiplomatic language Americans just seem to have an aversion to paying tolls to the British (see "Tea Party, Boston"), so when traffic managers in downtown London began charging drivers a "congestion fee," the U.S. Embassy decided the fee was really a tax, and staffers started waving their diplomatic immunity at the tollbooth. That doesn't sit well with the feisty mayor of London, Ken Livingstone. He says the U.S.
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