Dunkirk picks up double Oscars win with Sound Editing and Sound Mixing awards

Rerecording mixer Gregg Landaker and supervising sound editor and designer Richard King won their fourth Oscars respectively
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Dunkirk picked up two audio-related Oscars last night (March 4) at the 90th Academy Awards in Hollywood.

The Christopher Nolan film based on true events on the Dunkirk beaches in 1940 won the Best Sound Editing, Sound Mixing and Editing awards.

Rerecording mixer Gregg Landaker won his fourth Oscar (previous award wins include The Empire Strikes Back, Raiders of the Lost Ark and Speed).

Supervising sound editor and designer Richard King also picked up his fourth award, previously winning for The Dark Knight, Inception and Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World.

Landaker, rerecording mixer Gary A. Rizzo (who previously won an Oscar for Inception) and production sound mixer Mark Weingarten received the awards in the sound mixing category, while King and supervising music editor Alex Gibson earned Oscars for sound editing.

The Sound Editing and Mixing nominee categories were as follows:

Sound Editing

Baby Driver

Blade Runner 2049

Dunkirk

The Shape of Water

Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Sound Mixing

Baby Driver

Blade Runner 2049

Dunkirk

The Shape of Water

Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Dunkirk also won an Oscar in the Film Editing category. 

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