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MPSE Golden Reel Awards Nominees: “A Quiet Place’ and ‘Roma’ Included

A Quiet Place

We are just days away from the Academy Award nominations announcement, thus the final guilds and craft-related organizations left to reveal their contenders this year are doing so.

Today, the Motion Picture Sound Editors have unveiled the films and TV productions nominated for their 66th annual MPSE Golden Reel Awards to be presented next month in Los Angeles.

Notably, Alfonso Cuarón’s “Roma” wasn’t nominated as a Foreign Language Feature, but rather in the major categories alongside all other major Hollywood, English-language film. Two animated features, “Isle of Dogs” and “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” garnered mentions outside of the Feature Animation lineup, become the two strongest animated bets this season.

A Quiet Place,” “First Man,” and “The Favourite” also received multiple nominations.

The complete list of nominations in the feature categories is below.

Feature Animation

  • “Incredibles 2,”Walt Disney Pictures
  • “Isle of Dogs,” Fox Searchlight Pictures
  • “Peter Rabbit,” Sony Pictures Entertainment
  • “Ralph Breaks the Internet,” Walt Disney Animation Studios
  • “Smallfoot,” Warner Bros.
  • “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse,” Sony Pictures Entertainment
  • “The Grinch,” Universal Pictures

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Feature Documentary

  • “Free Solo,” National Geographic
  • “Generation Wealth,” Amazon Studios
  • “McQueen,” Bleeker Street Media
  • “Quincy,” Netflix
  • “Shirkers,” Netflix
  • “Three Identical Strangers,” Neon
  • “They Shall Not Grow Old,” Fathom Events
  • “They’ll Love Me When I’m Dead,” Netflix
  • “Won’t You Be My Neighbor,” Focus Features

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Foreign Language Feature 

  • “2.0,” AA Films
  • “Capernaum,” Sony Pictures Classics
  • “Cold War,” Amazon Studios
  • “The Guilty,” Magnolia Pictures
  • “Never Look Away,” Sony Pictures Classics
  • “Redbad,” Epic Pictures Group
  • “The Happy Prince,” Sony Pictures Classics
  • “Winter Brothers,” Kimstim Films

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Feature Music Underscore

  • “Aquaman,” Warner Bros.
  • “A Quiet Place,” Paramount Pictures
  • “Black Panther,” Walt Disney Studios / Marvel Studios
  • “First Man,” Universal Pictures
  • “Isle of Dogs,’ Fox Searchlight
  • “Mission Impossible: Fallout,” Paramount Pictures
  • “Roma,” Netflix
  • “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse,” Sony Pictures Entertainment
  • “The Ballad of Buster Scruggs,” Netflix

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Musical Feature

  • “A Star is Born,” Warner Bros.
  • “Bohemian Rhapsody,” Twentieth Century Fox
  • “Mary Poppins Returns,” Walt Disney Studios

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Feature Dialogue/ADR

  • “A Quiet Place,” Paramount Pictures
  • “A Star is Born,” Warner Bros.
  • “Bohemian Rhapsody,” Twentieth Century Fox
  • ‘First Man,” Universal Pictures
  • “Green Book,” Universal Pictures
  • “Mary Poppins Returns,” Walt Disney Studios
  • “Mission Impossible: Fallout,” Paramount Pictures
  • “Roma,” Netflix
  • “The Favourite,” Fox Searchlight Pictures

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Feature Effects/Foley

  • “A Quiet Place,” Paramount Pictures
  • “Avengers: Infinity War,” Walt Disney Studios / Marvel Studios
  • “Black Panther,” Walt Disney Studios / Marvel Studios
  • “Deadpool 2,” Twentieth Century Fox
  • “First Man,” Universal Pictures
  • “Mission Impossible: Fallout,” Paramount Pictures
  • “Ready Player One,” Warner Bros.
  • “Roma,” Netflix
  • “The Favourite,” Fox Searchlight

Nominees in Broadcast Media and Episodic categories can be seen HERE.

What do you think of this batch of nominees? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section!

The MPSE Golden Reel Awards will be presented on February 17. 

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Written by Carlos Aguilar

Originally from Mexico City, Carlos Aguilar was chosen as one of 6 young film critics to partake in the first Roger Ebert Fellowship organized by RogerEbert.com, the Sundance Institute and Indiewire in 2014. Aguilar’s work has appeared in prestigious publications such as The Wrap, Indiewire, Vulture, RogerEbert.com, MovieMaker Magazine, Remezcla Filmmaker Magazine, Variety Latino, Slate, Bustle, Americas Quarterly, among others.

Besides his work in journalism, Aguilar regularly works as a screener for the Sundance Film Festival and a screenplay reader for Sundance’s Screenwriters Lab. Carlos Aguilar has also been on the jury at renowned festivals such the Palm Springs International Film Festival, the Gasparilla International Film Festival, the Louisiana International Film Festival, and the Los Angeles Indian Film Festival.

Aguilar currently co-hosts, One Week Only, a weekly podcast highlighting independent and international cinema. He also regularly participates in panel discussions about the importance of people of color in film criticism and his experience as a DACA recipient working in the film industry.

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