Verna Fields Award

The Verna Fields Award is the Golden Reel Award which is annually presented by Motion Picture Sound Editors to a filmmaking student in order to recognize the excellence of their sound editing work.[1] Luke Dunn Gielmuda of the Australian Film Television and Radio School won the 1998 award for his work on Preoccupied.[2] At the 2004 Golden Reel Awards held at Century Plaza Hotel, Manny Holihan won the Verna Fields Award.[3]

2006Edit

Winner: Crooked Mick

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2007Edit

Winner: Temerario

Nominees:

2008Edit

Winner: Shot Open

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2009Edit

Winner: Mummy's Boy

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2010Edit

Winner: Scarecrow

Nominees:

  • The End of the Line
  • The GodMother
  • The Incredible Story of My Great Grandmother Olive
  • Yellow Belly End

2011Edit

Winner: Stanley Pickle

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2012Edit

Winner: The Pride of Wade Ellison

Nominees:

  • Damned
  • Inferno
  • The Maiden and the Princess
  • The Pride of Wade Ellison
  • The Secret Numbers

2013Edit

Winner: Head Over Heels

Nominees:

  • Dawn
  • Elie's Overcoat
  • Exedia Nation
  • Fragments
  • Head Over Heels
  • In Aeternam
  • My Face is in Space
  • Stumble

2014Edit

Winner: Robomax

Nominees:

  • Anamnesis
  • First Light
  • If You're Serious
  • The Magnificent Lion Boy
  • Miss Todd
  • Robomax
  • Sleeping With The Fishes

2015Edit

Winner: Sea Odyssey

Nominees:

  • Sin Frontera
  • The Night Guardian
  • Hominid
  • Sea Odyssey
  • Posthumous

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Verna Fields Award and Ethel Crutcher Scholarship". Motion Picture Sound Editors. Retrieved February 18, 2010.
  2. ^ "Golden Reel Nomination". Australian Screen Sound Guild. Archived from the original on October 9, 2009. Retrieved February 18, 2010.
  3. ^ "APM Presents Manny Holihan With MSPE Student Film Award". Mix. March 10, 2004. Archived from the original on June 4, 2011. Retrieved February 18, 2010.