2013 Australian Screen Sound Guild winners announced

The Australian Screen Sound Guild (ASSG) yesterday announced the winners of the ASSG Awards 2013 at the Establishment Ballroom in Sydney.


Greg Bell Student Encouragement Award

Jonathon Tooke (SAE)


Best Sound for a Television Commercial or Promo

A Day in Creative
Kathleen Burrows, Bruce Heald

Best Sound for Interactive Media

Catapult King
Daniel Visser, Shannon Trottman

Best Sound for an Animated Short Film

Wayne Pashley, Libby Villa, Emma Mitchell, Ines Richter, Peter Purcell, John Simpson


Best Sound for a Short Fiction Film

William Ward, Andy Wright, Ann Aucote, Diego Ruiz


Best Sound for Lifestyle, Reality or Live Television

Tony Robinson’s Time Walks
Tristan Meredith, Clytie Meredith, Dale Cornelius


Best Film Sound Recording

Dead Europe
Paul Finlay, Nicole Lazaroff, Szabolcs Gáspár


Best Film Sound Design

The Great Gatsby
Wayne Pashley, Derryn Pasquill, Jenny Ward, Fabian Sanjurjo, Mark Franken, Emma Mitchell, Damian Candusso, Rick Lisle, Damon Mouris, Andrew Miller, William Ward, Libby Villa, John Simpson, Lisa Simpson, Peter Smith, Sam Rogers, Tim Ryan, Craig Beckett, Jason Ruder


Syd Butterworth Lifetime Achievement Award

Gary Wilkins and Mark Wasiutak


ASSG Members’ Choice Award

The Great Gatsby


Best Film Sound Mixing

The Great Gatsby
Steve Maslow, Phil Heywood, Wayne Pashley, Glenn Butler, Sam Hayward, Duncan D. Mcrae


Best Sound for a Television Drama Series

Better Man
Scott Findlay, Keith Thomas, Livia Ruzic, Rainier Davenport, Gerry Long, Scott Heming


Best Sound for a Documentary

Paul Kelly: Stories Of Me
Nick Batterham, Richard Boxhall, Adam Rhodes, Paul Charlier, Ian McLoughlin, Brooke Trezise, Andy Wright, Ben Travers, Chris Frith, Chris McCallum, Gregory Bye, Chris Boyd, Chris Thompson


Soundtrack Of The Year

The Great Gatsby



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