Nominations Announced for 2014 ASSG Awards

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assg_logo2The ASSG is proud to announce the nominees for this year’s ASSG Awards. The awards ceremony will be held on the 23rd of November at The Establishment Hotel, Sydney.

Where: The Establishment Ballroom, Sydney
When: 12.30pm, Sunday 23th November 2014
Hosted by: Rob Carlton

Tickets are available for purchase through www.assg.org.au.

Here are the nominees:

Best Sound For A Television Commercial Or Promo
Ubisoft Ghost Protocol Trailer
Stuart Welch
Wes Chew
Ryan Millard
John Simpson
Ryan Squires

Warrior – Tim Cahill
Keith Thomas

Audi R8 100000 Facebook Fans Celebrations
Mark Cornish

OPSM Lifeguards
Mark Cornish

Best Sound For Interactive Media
Bed Head
Damian Del Borrello
Richard Teague
Gareth Van Niekerk
Amy Barber

Blast ‘Em Bunnies
Jack Gillespie

Colossatron: Massive World Threat
Cedar Jones

The Otherside
Luke Mynott
Andrew Lancaster
Mick Boraso
John Simpson M.P.S.E,
Ryan Squires

Best Sound For An Animated Short Film
Hairy Legs Ep 4
Dino Giacomin
Nigel Christensen
Stefan Kluka
Nigel Croydon

Love In The Time Of March Madness
Albert Behar
Marco Velasco
Andy Wright
Adam Alexander

Peleda
Michael Darren
Sam Rogers
Geoffrey Crowther
Duncan Campbell

The Pacific Adventures Of The Climate Crab
Markus Kellow

Best Sound For A Short Fiction Film
Brawl
Damian Del Borrello
Daniel Rossi
Piotre Wasilewski
Gareth Van Niekerk
Amy Barber

Can You See Them
Dane Cody
Jo Pajak
Leon East
Andrew McGrath

Crossroad
Blake Guy
Peter Gage
Jean-Marc Serret
Gareth Evans
Lloyd Barrett
Rachel Skelly
Chris Smith
Jakob De Wet
Van Nguyen

Stuffed
Gareth Evans
Julia Allsop
Mario Vaccaro
George Alamaras
Alex Francis
Andy Wright
Diego Ruiz

Best Sound For Lifestyle, Reality Or Live Television
Air Rescue 2
Wes Chew
Sam Gain-Emery
Dylan Barfield
David Sims
Robert Mackay

Borderland
Neil McIntosh
Liam Price

County Coroner
Neil McIntosh
Ben Anderson
Mark Blackwell

Best Film Sound Recording
Charlie’s Country
James Currie
Josh Williams

The Railway Man
Craig Walmsley
Ben Wyatt
Teekhavu Kongchayuth
Colin Gregory

The Rover
Des Kenneally
Marco Arlotta
Rob Nokes

Wolf Creek 2
James Currie
Josh Williams
Travis Williams

Best Sound for a Tele Feature
The Broken Shore
John McKerrow
Joanna Pajak
Jenny Sutcliffe
Mark Lavery
Damian Jory
Liam Egan
Marco Velasco
Eli Pennington
Michael Lloyd
Phil Judd

Jack Irish – Dead Point
John Wilkinson
Bev Faiman
Hiro Igarashi
Matt Cuirc
Tony Murtagh
Damian Jory
Les Fiddess
Martin Oswin
Phil Judd

The Killing Fields
Wes Chew
Luke Mynott
Tom Herdman
Sam Gain-Emery
Mick Boraso
Dylan Barfield
Laura Murdoch
John Simpson
James Carroll
Adrian Medhurst
Grant Shepherd
Todd Kirkness
Todd Moore

Parer’s War
Chris Goodes
Ralph Ortner
Mario Vaccaro
George Alamaras
James Ashton
Diego Ruiz

Best Film Sound Design
Charlie’s Country
Tom Heuzenroeder
James Currie
Adrian Medhurst
James Carroll
Russell Alexander
Diego Ruiz

Felony
William Ward
Andrew Plain
Jenny Ward
Stuart Morton
Thom Kellar
Rick Lisle
Les Fiddess
Martin Oswin

The Railway Man
Jared Dwyer
Justine Angus
Thom Kellar
Stuart Morton
Bronwyn Murphy
David White
Andrew Plain
Mick Boraso
Dan Johnston
Andrew Simmons
Blair Slater
Duncan McAllister

Wolf Creek 2
Paul Pirola
Pete Smith
Michelle Child
Matt Lambourn
Dave Whitehead
Jamie Famularo
Lachlan Harris
John Simpson
Ryan Squires

Best Film Sound Mixing
Charlie’s Country
James Currie
Duncan Campbell
Tom Heuzenroeder

Felony
Robert Mackenzie
Sam Hayward

The Railway Man
Gethin Creagh
David White
Duncan McCrae
Glenn Butler

Wolf Creek 2
Paul Pirola
Pete Smith

Best Sound for a Television Drama Series
Anzac Girls (Episode 6, “Courage”)
Des Kenneally
Marco Arlotta
Mike Bakaloff
Nick Steele
Tom Heuzenroeder
Belinda Trimboli
Liam Egan
Peter Smith
Pete Best
Justin Astbury
Cat Connelly
Duncan Campbell
John Simpson
James Carroll
Vanessa Carr
Ryan Squires

Rake Series 3
Guntis Sics
Gerry Nucifora
Aron Dyer
Peter Hall
Leon Horrocks
Evan Horton
Michol Marsh
 
Serangoon Road
Arnold Leong San Juan
Julius Toh
Peter Hall
Leon Horrocks
Olivia Monteith
Michol Marsh
Helen Brown
Ian Donato

Wentworth Series 2
Paul Pirola
Andrew Neil
Francis Ward Lindsay
Jamie Famularo
Dean Ryan
Mal Hughes
Dave Vance
Krisztian Pilisko
Blair Slater
Duncan McAllister
Dan Johnston
Luisa Bifulco
Andrew Simmons

Best Sound for a Documentary
Hidden Universe 3D
Chris Goodes
Glenn Newnham
Nicky Robinson
Mario Vaccaro
Adam Connelly

James Cameron’s Deep Sea Challenge
Chris Goodes
Steve Burgess
Andy Wright
James Ashton
Mario Vaccaro
George Alamaras

JFK: The Smoking Gun
Stephen R Smith
Neil McIntosh
Liam Price
Craig Butters
Dave Barber
Helen Brown
Sue Scott

The Search For The Oceans Super Predator
Ric Curtin
Glenn Martin
Ash Charlton
Steve Towbridge

Feature Film Soundtrack of the Year
Charlie’s Country
Felony
Forbidden Ground
Galore
Healing
I, Frankenstein
Son Of A Gun
The Babadook
The Lego Movie
The Railway Man
The Rover
These Final Hours
Touch
Tracks
Wolf Creek 2 

About the Australian Screen Sound Guild (ASSG)
The Australian Screen Sound Guild (ASSG) represents the profession of screen sound in film, television, multimedia and other related audio industries. It was formed in 1988 in response to a desire for more communication between practitioners of the various craft areas of screen sound.

The ASSG aims to recognise and promote original and creative work, encourage high standards and to facilitate research into the techniques and technology of screen sound production. The ASSG also acts as a forum for creative development. Members participate in discussions, forums and seminars on topics relevant to screen sound, and to the TV and film industries as a whole.

The Guild attempts to promote awareness of Australian screen sound generally, co-operating in the exchange and flow of information, technology, culture and education concerning screen sound production within and outside Australia.

Through the annual Australian Screen Sound Awards, the Guild recognises excellence and achievement within the screen sound crafts. The ASSG hopes to develop initiatives that recognise the work and value of its members and further their professional growth, and develop professional relationships with other industry bodies.

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