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Cinema Audio Society Awards: ‘Oppenheimer’ Takes Top Film Prize; ‘The Last Of Us,’ ‘The Bear’ Lead TV – Full Winners List

The 60th Cinema Audio Society Awards named Universal’s Oppenheimer the winner of its marquee Live Action Motion Picture category Saturday at its annual ceremony honoring the year’s best in feature film and TV sound mixing.

The victory gives the Christopher Nolan epic about the creator of the atomic bomb a leg up leading into the Oscars; it is nominated in Sound category among its leading 13 overall nominations.

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This year’s marquee CAS Live Action Motion Picture category featured sound artisans from two of the five of this year’s Best Sound Oscar nominees in Oppenheimer and Netflix’s Maestro. They were joined in tonight’s race by Warner Bros’ Barbie, Neon’s Ferrari and Apple’s Killers of the Flower Moon.

Last year, Paramount’s Top Gun: Maverick won in the category. It went on to repeat the feat at the Oscars.

In addition to Oppenheimer and Maestro, this year’s Oscar nominees in the Sound category include Disney’s The Creator, Paramount’s Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One and A24’s The Zone of Interest. That winner will be decided March 10 at the Academy Awards.

As for tonight’s other film categories, Sony’s Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse won for Motion Picture – Animated, while Sam Green’s 32 Sounds, appropriately, won for Documentary, topping a field that included the sound mixers from the 2023 concert film phenomenon Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour.

FX’s The Bear, which has swept to major wins at the Emmys and SAG Awards among other honors, won for Half Hour TV series, submitting Season 2’s episode “Forks.” HBO’s The Last of Us won for One Hour TV series for its pilot episode.

Also tonight, the Roku Channel’s Weird: The Al Yankovic Story has won in the Non-Theatrical Motion Picture or Limited Series category, while HBO’s 100 Foot Wave won in the Non-Fiction, Variety or Music category.

Tom Papa hosted the Beverly Hilton-set ceremony, which also honored JJ Abrams with the society’s Filmmaker of the Year award and Joe Earle (American Horror Story, Six Feet Under) with the CAS Career Achievement Award.

JJ Abrams on Saturday at the CAS Awards
JJ Abrams on Saturday at the CAS Awards

Here’s the full list of 2024 winners:

MOTION PICTURE – LIVE ACTION

Oppenheimer

Production Mixer – Willie D. Burton
Re-Recording Mixer – Gary A. Rizzo
Re-Recording Mixer – Kevin O’Connell
Scoring Mixer – Chris Fogel
Foley Mixer – Tavish Grade
Foley Mixer – Jack Cucci
Foley Mixer – Mikel Parraga-Wills

TELEVISION SERIES – ONE HOUR

The Last Of Us
S01 E01 When You’re Lost In The Darkness

Production Mixer – Michael Playfair CAS
Re-Recording Mixer – Marc Fishman CAS
Re-Recording Mixer – Kevin Roache CAS
Foley Mixer – Randy Wilson CAS

MOTION PICTURE – ANIMATED

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse

Original Dialogue Mixer – Brian Smith
Original Dialogue Mixer – Aaron Hasson
Original Dialogue Mixer – Howard London
Re-Recording Mixer – Michael Semanick
Re-Recording Mixer – Juan Peralta
Scoring Mixer – Sam Okell
Foley Mixer – Randy K. Singer

TELEVISION NON-FICTION, VARIETY or MUSIC – SERIES or SPECIALS

100 Foot Wave
S02 E05 Lost at Sea

Re-Recording Mixer – Keith Hodne

STUDENT RECOGNITION AWARD

Yushu “Doris” Shen
University of Southern California

TELEVISION SERIES – HALF HOUR

The Bear
S02 E07 Forks

Production Mixer – Scott D. Smith CAS
Re-Recording Mixer – Steve “Major” Giammaria CAS
ADR Mixer – Patrick Christensen
Foley Mixer – Ryan Collison
Foley Mixer – Connor Nagy

MOTION PICTURES – DOCUMENTARY

32 Sounds

Production Mixer – Laura Cunningham
Re-Recording Mixer – Mark Mangini
Scoring Mixer – Ben Greenberg
ADR Mixer – Bobby Johanson CAS
Foley Mixer – Blake Collins CAS

NON-THEATRICAL MOTION PICTURES OR LIMITED SERIES

Weird: The Al Yankovic Story

Production Mixer – Richard Bullock CAS
Re-Recording Mixer – Tony Solis
Scoring Mixer – Phil McGowan CAS
ADR Mixer – Brian Magrum CAS
Foley Mixer – Erika Koski CAS

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