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Star Trek Nominated For 3 Sound Editors Guild Awards January 22, 2010

by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: CBS/Paramount,Star Trek (2009 film) , trackback

On Wednesday the sound mixers guild (CAS) nominated Star Trek, and on Friday the sound editors guild (MPSE) announced their nominations and Star Trek led the field with three nods. Details below, plus a summary of the guild nominations and info on which ones are being awarded this weekend.

 

Star Trek Sound Editing nominated
The Motion Picture Sound Editors Golden Reel Awards has three feature films categories Star Trek was elligable for, and Star Trek was nominated in all three. Here is the list.

Best Sound Editing: Music in a Feature Film
2012
(500) Days of Summer
An Education
Avatar
It’s Complicated
Star Trek
Sherlock Holmes
The Informant!

Best Sound Editing: Dialogue and ADR in a Feature Film
(500) Days of Summer
A Serious Man
Avatar
GI Joe
Inglourious Basterds
Star Trek
The Hurt Locker
The Stoning of Soraya M.

Best Sound Editing: Sound Effects and Foley in a Feature Film
2012
Avatar
Inglourious Basterds
Push
Transformers – Revenge of the Fallen
The Hurt Locker
Star Trek
Watchmen

The only other film to get the trifecta of nominations was Avatar. District 9 was nominated in the separate foreign feature film category. The complete list of nominees is available at THR. The Golden Reel Awards will be handed out at ceremonies on Feb. 20 at the Westin Bonaventure Hotel in Los Angeles.

If you didn’t see it before, here is a profile on the sound of Star Trek by soundworkscollection.com featuring interviews with Alan Rankin (supervising Sound Editor), Scott Gershin (Sound Designer), Mark Stoeckinger (supervising Sound Editor), Ann Scibelli (Sound Designer), and Tim Walston (Sound Designer).

There is also an excellent special feature on the Star Trek Blu-ray all about the work that Oscar-winner Ben Burtt did for Star Trek. Last year Burtt received a lifetime achievement award by the Hollywood Post Alliance Awards, which was presented to him by JJ Abrams. If you missed our report, here is that video (once again provided by  SoundWorksCollection.com).

Star Trek 9 for 11 Guilds (so far) – SAG & PGA this weekend
Here is the guild nomination scorecard for Star Trek so far. (one one guild has announced winners):

The SAG Awards are on Saturday. The show is aired on TNT at 8 pm (ET/PT). But the Stunt Ensemble Award will actually be handed out during the red carpet webcast live online at tnt.tv and tbs.com at 6:15 p.m. (ET), 3:15 p.m. (PT). The stunt award is being given away by none other than SAG committee member (and Star Trek Enterprise star) Scott Bakula.

The PGA awards are on Sunday, but those are not televised. Star Trek producers JJ Abrams and Damon Lindelof have been nominated for producers of the year and are likely to be in attendance.

The other guilds that nominated Trek will all be doing their awards February.

Oscar Nomination Polls are closed
Today was the final day for members of the Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to hand in their ballots for nominations. The nominations will be announced February 2nd. The Academy Awards show airs on ABC on March 7th, and will be hosted by Steve Martin and Alec Baldwin. Just this week ABC released promo photos of the two hosts.

 

Comments

1. U.S.S. Manila NCC-99232 - January 23, 2010

Star Trek is gonna get it….

2. Stephen Whelan - January 23, 2010

another day another awards nominations…fantastic work by the sound crew…well deserved…more reasons why the film rocked…not just for directing and acting and vfx…but the sound too…all added to a wonderful film

3. pock speared - January 23, 2010

oh yes the sound design was amazing, the spock-kirk mind meld was particularly cool, with nimoy’s multiple “thought voices”.
ping!

4. Desstruxion - January 23, 2010

The “going to warp” boom was outstanding. Best effect ever.

5. CmdrR - January 23, 2010

Russian toilets for the door sounds. Awesome!

6. CmdrR - January 23, 2010

The JJprise is on routine patrol. The sound of a Russian toilet flushing signals the arrival via turbo-lift of AJ to the bridge.

Kirk: Mr. J, you have toilet paper on your bootheel.

AJ: Sorry, Captain. Someone’s been using the turbo-lift as a potty again.

Ensign BND: Awwwk. Works just fineedandee, till you try to get to the lower section and the whole blasted thingee turns over. I gots ta pick these lady napikins oot me hair.

Kirk: Nevermind that, navigator. Take us to warp.

Ensign BND: I’d surely likee ta do dat, Cap’n Emo, but the sonical boom would break the winders.

Spock: Ensign, a sonic boom is an atmospheric event caused by an object accelerating faster than the forward air can evacuate. There is no air in space, hence no sonic event.

Commodore The’Mo’Pic’So’Ed’Go’Ree’Aw: Whatever, Avatar’s gonna get the prize anyway.

Ensign BND: I guess their girlie Na’vi napis magically float away. Aaaarrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.

Zohura points her zoobtube gun at Ensign BND and fires.

The End — Or IS IT??

7. Shikon - January 23, 2010

@4-5

I dont think anyone cares about the source of that sound while watching the movie…

Congratulations for a job well done!

8. CmdrR - January 23, 2010

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9. Pro-Khan-sel - January 23, 2010

hate to be the spoiler but it’s gonna be tough against avatar

10. Paulaner - January 23, 2010

The sound effects in Trek 09 were simply awesome. One above all: the classic transporter sound, with the “ping” indicating the lock-on.

11. thisguy - January 23, 2010

Completely off-topic, but Jean Simmons past away today. She gave what is in my opinion one of the best Star Trek performances as Admiral Satie in TNG. We should have a thread to this methinks…

12. thisguy - January 23, 2010

btw, congratulations to the nominees

13. CmdrR - January 23, 2010

Loved Jean Simmons, especially in Spartacus. Sorry to hear the news.

14. ryanhuyton - January 23, 2010

There sure are a lot of guilds. As well as awards. Perhaps too many. Its kind of getting a bit ridiculous actually. A lot of these guilds happen to be redundant and unnecessary in my opinion. As glad as I am that “Star Trek” is being recognized, there comes a point when the idea of a nomination or award becomes watered down.

15. CmdrR - January 23, 2010

14 – It’s nice to know the guy under my car is ‘mechanic of the year,’ but you’re right — it’d probably be hard to sit through ‘The Goober Awards.’ The guilds serve a purpose, and if it’s your career you want the awards. But, it’s kinda boring to us civies.

16. Eli - January 23, 2010

If Avatar wins a single sound award it proves the voters don’t even listen to their movies.

At least half the sounds in Avatar were ripoffs from Jurassic Park!

17. Red Skirt - January 23, 2010

#14 – “A lot of these guilds happen to be redundant and unnecessary in my opinion.”

WTF? Really? What guilds are redundant in your estimation? Do you have any idea how many specialized people are involved in making a movie like Star Trek a success?

That said, I don’t expect Star Trek to win any sound awards. The rest of the competition outclassed it on so many levels. Star Trek was a noisy mess and considering what I read about the troubles they had getting it to where it ended up, I can attest it sounds like it.

18. Anthony Pascale - January 23, 2010

guild awards watered down? I think you dont understand how the guilds work. Each guild has their own contract with the studios.

And In fact being nominated by a guild is quite an achievement because those are your peers. The directors are voting on directors, VFX for VFX, etc. Each discipline is different.

19. Shikon - January 23, 2010

@8

Sorry, english is not my first language

20. crazydaystrom - January 23, 2010

Star Trek would be well deserving of any and all of these awards. Sure I’m biased but the movie is a joy to listen to.

21. ryanhuyton - January 23, 2010

My apologies. What I wrote was totally off base and uncalled for.
I’ve posted some idiotic and ignorant comments lately for reasons for which there are no excuses. Of course, the guilds have every right to recognize the hard working men and women of movie making.

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