Game of Thrones wins the Cinema Audio Society Award for Sound Mixing


Season 7 adds another award to the pile! Game of Thrones‘ sound mixing team received well-deserved recognition at the Cinema Audio Society Awards last night in Los Angeles.

The episode “Beyond the Wall” won Best Sound Mixing for a One Hour Television Episode. The award was shared by production mixers Ronan Hill and Richard Dyer, re-recording mixers Onnalee Blank and Mathew Waters, and foley mixer Brett Voss. The exact same team won best sound mixing last year for the sixth season’s epic “Battle of the Bastards.”

Other notable winners included Dunkirk, the Black Mirror episode “USS Callister” and the animated film Coco. You can check out the full list of winners at Variety.

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  1. Glad to see GoT bagged a few more awards.

    Off-topic have been listening on BBC iplayer (I’m UK based) to Anton Lesser playing Marcus Didius Falco (sp??) – a radio programme. Audio broadcasts aren’t for everyone I know but I quite like them because I can do something else while the broadcasts are on.

  2. Dame of Mercia,

    Anton Lesser is a wonderful actor, I love Endeavour and he is wonderful in it. His Thomas More in Wolf Hall and Harold Macmillan in The Crown again are wonderful and of course he is an accomplished Shakespearean actor. Come to think of it he is in some mighty fine dramas.

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