Emmy Alert: Technicolor works on over 21 Emmy-nominated Projects

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July 31, 2015
The 67th Annual Primetime Emmy® Awards nominees have been announced, and we are thrilled that Technicolor’s work is featured on many of the nominated series, programs, and television movies. Additionally, we are the recipients of multiple nominations - five nominations for Technicolor Sound and one for Mr. X!
67th Annual Primetime Emmy® Awards

This year, Technicolor Sound was nominated for five Emmy Awards including:

Outstanding Sound Editing for a Limited Series, Movie or a Special - Houdini – ‘Night 1’

Michael J. Benavente (Supervising Sound Editor), David Beadle (Sound Editor), Timothy A. Cleveland (Sound Editor), Rachel Corrales (Sound Editor), Paul Diller (Sound Editor), Gary Megregian, MPSE (Sound Editor), Ryan Maguire (Sound Editor), Michael Sana (Sound Editor), John Snider (Sound Editor), Robert Ulrich (Sound Editor), Lance Wiseman (Sound Editor)

 

Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Limited Series or a Movie for Houdini – ‘Night 1’

Onnalee Blank (Re-Recording Mixer), Ken Burton (Re-Recording Mixer)

 

Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series for Marvel’s Daredevil - ‘Speak of the Devil’

Lauren Stephens (Supervising Sound Editor), Jordan Wilby (Sound Design), Joshua Chase (Sound Effects), Christian Buenaventura (Dialogue Editor), Alicia Stevenson (Foley Artist), Dawn Lunsford (Foley Artist)

 

Outstanding Sound Editing for a Limited Series, Movie or a Special for American Horror Story: Freak Show - Curtain Call’

Gary Megregian, MPSE (Supervising Sound Editor), Timothy A. Cleveland (Sound Effects Editor), Paul Diller (Sound Effects Editor), Steve M. Stuhr (Dialogue Editor), Lance Wiseman (Dialogue Editor), Jason Krane (Dialogue Editor), John Green (Dialogue Editor)

 

Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Limited Series or a Movie for American Horror Story: Freak Show – ‘Magical Thinking’

Joe Earle, C.A.S. (Re-recording Mixer), Doug Andham, C.A.S. (Re-recording Mixer), Evan Daum (ADR Mixer)

 

This is the fourth consecutive year Technicolor’s sound editing and mixing teams have been recognized for their work on the American Horror Story franchise, as well as taking home the award for ‘Outstanding Sound Editing for a Miniseries, Movie, or Special’ in 2013 for the Asylum installment.

In addition to Technicolor Sound’s multiple recognitions, our picture team has contributed to several of the Emmy-nominated projects, including many whose cinematographers have been nominated in the category of ‘Outstanding Cinematography’. Technicolor is the go-to post-production facility for all four of the nominees in the category of ‘Outstanding Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series’:

Steven V. Silver, ASC (The Big Bang Theory – ‘The Expedition Approximation’)

Gary Baum (Mike & Molly – ‘Checkpoint Joyce’)

Gary Baum (The Millers – ‘Con-Troversy’)

Christian La Fountaine, ASC (2 Broke Girls – ‘And the Old Bike Yarn’)

Technicolor also handled the color finishing and post-production needs of The Good Wife, nominated this year for ‘Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series’.