NFTS Sound Design MA graduates dominate this year’s Student Film Makers’ Award category at this year’s Motion Picture Sound Editors (MPSE) Golden Reel Awards, receiving an incredible four out of eight nominations.
The Golden Reel Awards is considered to be the sound world’s equivalent to the Oscars and our students and graduates have won the student award an impressive 14 times and been nominated 47 times making the NFTS consistently the world's most acclaimed school for sound editing.
Adam Woodhams is nominated for his work on NFTS graduation animation, Facing It directed by Sam Gainsborough; Breen Turner is nominated for his work on NFTS graduation animation, Fish Boy directed by Anita Bruvere; Louise Burton is nominated for her work on NFTS graduation animation, Inanimate directed by Lucia Bulgheroni and last but not least Luke Elliot is nominated for his work on NFTS graduation animation, Police.
Also on the list of nominations is the Ubisoft action role-play game, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, which credits NFTS graduate Lydia Andrew as Audio Director and which is nominated for the Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing - Gaming: Computer Interactive Game Play award. In addition, NFTS graduates, Jens Rosenlund Petersen and Simon Chase have both been named on the list of nominees for the Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing - Dialogue /ADR - Feature Film award for their roles on the films Bohemian Rhapsody and Mission Impossible: Fallout. Alumni, Linda Brenon and Louise Burton also had sound roles on the film.
The 66th annual MPSE Golden Reel Awards takes place on Sunday February the 17th, 2019.
To find out more about our MA in Sound Design for Film and Television, please visit www.nfts.co.uk/sounddesign
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