Tuesday, March 1, 2016

'The Force Awakens' Wins Golden Reel Award For Music Editing

By: Benjamin Hart

Last month it was revealed Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens had been nominated for several Golden Reel Awards by the Motion Picture Sound Editors. At a ceremony held on Saturday in Los Angeles, the winners were announced and The Force Awakens came away with one award alongside other films which including Mad Max: Fury RoadThe Revenant and Bridge Of Spies. Supervising music editor Ramiro Belgardt and fellow music editor Paul Apelgren were honored with the Golden Reel award for "Best Sound Editing in Feature Film: Music Score" for their work on The Force Awakens.

Episode VII overtook other nominees in the music editing category such as Creed, Jurassic World and Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation, among others.

Congratulations to Mr. Belgardt and Mr. Apelgren, as well as the entire music editing on The Force Awakens, for this outstanding achievement!

Source: The Hollywood Reporter

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