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Awards Overview

Since 2006, the HPA Awards have been the standard bearer for creative achievement, outstanding artistry, and engineering excellence in an industry embracing an expanding array of groundbreaking technologies and creativity.

Click Here to see all the 2023 winners!

Be on the lookout for the 2024 Call for Entries in Spring of 2024!

2023 Awards Schedule

  • September 7, 2022 – September 4, 2023 Period of Eligibility for Entries
  • April 16 – June 16, 2023 Submission Period – Engineering Excellence
  • June 1 – July 28, 2023 Submission Period – Creative Categories
  • July 21, 2023 Petition Deadline
  • July, 2023 Engineering Excellence Judging
  • August 16, 2023 Engineering Excellence Winners Announced
  • August, 2023 Tickets Sales Open
  • August - September, 2023 Creative Judging Panels
  • October 3, 2023 Nominations Announced
  • November 28, 2023 Awards Gala

Awards Given

Creative Categories recognize excellence in Color Grading, Editing, Sound, Visual Effects, and Restoration for film, episodic and commercial work. Special awards may also be presented, including Engineering Excellence, the HPA Judges Award for Creativity & Innovation, Charles S. Swartz Award, and the Lifetime Achievement Award.


Event Details

November 28, 2023
The Television Academy | Wolf Theatre
5210 Lankershim Blvd.
North Hollywood, California 91601

  • Doors Open – 6:00 PM PT
  • Pre-show Show Reception, Food Stations, Full-Bar, and Party – 6:00 PM PT
  • Awards Show – Wolf Theatre – 7:30 PM PT
  • Post Show Champagne & Dessert to follow
  • Complimentary Parking is available for attendees after 5 PM in the Television Academy Parking Structure
  • Dress Code: Cocktail Attire Suggested

Parking Info


Awards Categories

Creative Categories recognize excellence in Color Grading, Editing, Sound, Visual Effects, and Restoration for film, episodic and commercial work. Special awards may also be presented, including Engineering Excellence, the HPA Judges Award for Creativity & Innovation, Charles S. Swartz Award, and the Lifetime Achievement Award.

 


Creative Categories

Outstanding Color Grading

Live Action Theatrical Feature:

This award is to honor the overall achievement of the color grading within an entire Live Action Feature Film for a theatrical release.

Animated Theatrical Feature:

This award is to honor the overall achievement of the color grading within an entire Animated Feature Film for a theatrical release.

Live Action Episode or Non-Theatrical Feature:

This award is to honor the overall achievement of the color grading within a Live Action Episode (includes an episode of an Episodic Series, Pilot, Miniseries or Special) or NonTheatrical Feature.

Animated Episode or Non-Theatrical Feature:

This award is to honor the overall achievement of the color grading within an Animated Episode (includes an episode of an Episodic Series, Pilot, Miniseries or Special) or NonTheatrical Feature.

Documentary:

This award is to honor the overall achievement of the color grading within a Documentary Feature or Episode (includes an episode of an Episodic Series, Pilot, Miniseries or Special).

Commercial:

This award is to honor the overall achievement of the color grading within a Commercial. Infomercials, corporate IDs or marks and company logos are not eligible in this or any other category. Movie trailers are not eligible in this category.

Outstanding Editing

Theatrical Feature:

This award is to honor the overall achievement of the editing within an entire Feature Film for a theatrical release. Features that had a previously planned theatrical release but were initially made available on a commercial streaming or VOD service due to the pandemic may qualify as eligible in the theatrical feature category.

Episode or Non-Theatrical Feature (30 Minutes and Under):

This award is to honor the overall achievement of the editing within an Episode (includes an episode of an Episodic Series, Pilot, Miniseries or Special) or NonTheatrical Feature with a running time of 30 minutes or less.

Episode or Non-Theatrical Feature (Over 30 Minutes):

This award is to honor the overall achievement of the editing within an Episode (includes an episode of an Episodic Series, Pilot, Miniseries or Special) or NonTheatrical Feature, with a running time of 30 minutes or longer.

Documentary:

This award is to honor the overall achievement of the editing within a Documentary project. Eligible projects can include a Theatrical Feature, Episode (includes an episode of an Episodic Series, Pilot, Miniseries or Special) or NonTheatrical Feature, with a running time of 30 minutes or longer.

Outstanding Sound (Design, Editing, Mixing)

Theatrical Feature:

This award is to honor the overall achievement of the sound postproduction work within an entire Feature Film for a theatrical release. Features that had a previously planned theatrical release but were initially made available on a commercial streaming or VOD service due to the pandemic may qualify as eligible in the theatrical feature category.

Episode or Non-Theatrical Feature:

This award is to honor the overall achievement of the sound post production work within an Episode (includes an episode of an Episodic Series, Pilot, Miniseries or Special) or NonTheatrical Feature.

Documentary:

This award is to honor the overall achievement of the sound post production work within a Documentary Feature
or Episode (includes an episode of an Episodic Series, Pilot, Miniseries or Special).

 

Outstanding Visual Effects

Live Action Feature:

The HPA Awards recognizes that multiple visual effects production companies and hundreds of artisans can contribute to the overall visual effects within an entire Feature. We seek to recognize and honor the contributions of these organizations and artisans. This award is to honor the outstanding achievement in visual effects in a sequence or sequences created for a Live Action Feature by an artist or team of artists. For the purpose of this category, a Feature is defined as a project with a minimum 70minute runtime that premiered during the Period of Eligibility for Entries and ran in a commercial theater for a paying audience for at least one week; or have been broadcast on a network, pay or basic cable, satellite network or online distribution platform.

Each facility or team may submit only one (1) entry per Feature Film.

Title sequences are excluded from this category.

Animated Feature:

The HPA Awards recognizes that multiple visual effects production companies and hundreds of artisans can contribute to the overall visual effects within an entire Feature. We seek to recognize and honor the contributions of these organizations and artisans. This award is to honor the outstanding achievement in visual effects in a sequence or sequences created for an Animated Feature by an artist or team of artists. For the purpose of this category, a Feature is defined as a project with a minimum 70minute runtime that premiered during the Period of Eligibility for Entries and ran in a commercial theater for a paying audience for at least one week; or have been broadcast on a network, pay or basic cable, satellite network or online distribution platform.

Each facility or team may submit only one (1) entry per Feature Film.

Title sequences are excluded from this category.

Live Action Episode or Series Season:

This award is to honor outstanding achievement in visual effects for a Live Action Episode (includes an episode of an Episodic Series, Pilot, Miniseries or Special) or Series Season. Entries may include work from a single episode, or multiple episodes across a season, so that the best work can be presented. The HPA Award period of eligibility still applies to work over the season. Projects qualify for Category 16 (vs Category 18) if visual effects are an essential part of the storytelling, such as fantasy or sciencefiction projects.

Each facility, studio, or team may submit only one (1) entry per Episode or Series Season. Multiple entries for an Episode or Series Season may be submitted by different facilities, studios, or teams if all of the entrants are also different.

Title sequences are excluded from this category.

Animated Episode or Series Season:

This award is to honor outstanding achievement in visual effects for an Animated Episode (includes an episode of an Episodic Series, Pilot, Miniseries or Special) or Series Season. Entries may include work from a single episode, or multiple episodes across a season, so that the best work can be presented. The HPA Award period of eligibility still applies to work over the season.

Each facility, studio, or team may submit only one (1) entry per Episode or Series Season. Multiple entries for an Episode or Series Season may be submitted by different facilities, studios, or teams if all of the entrants are also different.

Title sequences are excluded from this category.

 

Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects

Episode or Series Season:

This award is to honor outstanding achievement in supporting visual effects for an Episode (includes an episode of an Episodic Series, Pilot, Miniseries or Special) or Series Season. Entries may include work from a single episode, or multiple episodes across a season, so that the best work can be presented. The HPA Award period of eligibility still applies to work over the season. Projects qualify for Category 18 (vs Category 16) if visual effects play an invisible role in the story, such as set extensions for historical realism or enhanced special effects sequences.

Each facility, studio, or team may submit only one (1) entry per Episode or Series Season. Multiple entries for an Episode or Series Season may be submitted by different facilities, studios, or teams if all of the entrants are also different.

Title sequences are excluded from this category.

Outstanding Achievement in Restoration

Outstanding Achievement in Restoration:

This award recognizes the efforts taken to rerelease a creative work that seeks to enhance, restore, repair and represent in a way consistent with the original creative intent through the use of tools, techniques in image, sound and other restorative methods, creates an outstanding new representation and honor the achievement in the Preservation/Restoration of a Motion Picture, Documentary, TV Program, or Series.

The HPA Awards recognizes that restoration is a collaborative process, and that many facilities and artisans can contribute to a restoration effort. We seek to recognize and honor the contributions of these organizations and artisans to the overall project. A submission can be generated from any of the studios, facilities, or team members on the project but only one submission for a project will be considered.


Special Categories

Engineering Excellence

The Engineering Excellence Award is intended to showcase and reward inventors, manufacturers, vendors and/or peer production, postproduction, distribution, and/or archiving companies for their outstanding product. Valid entrants are a single ‘product’i.e. hardware and/or softwarebased and must represent a beneficial advancement for use in the Media and Entertainment industry. One award trophy will be presented per winning entry.

Charles S. Swartz Award

The Charles S. Swartz Award recognizes broad, impactful and lasting contributions that have advanced and/or provided some unique purpose to the larger media content ecosystem. The Award may be conferred on a person, group, or company that has made a significant artistic, technological, business or educational impact across diverse aspects of the media industry.

Lifetime Achievement Award

The Lifetime Achievement Award may be awarded by the Hollywood Professional Association to an individual who, during his or her lifetime, is recognized for their service and commitment to the professional media content industry. The mission of this award is to give deserving and respectful recognition to specific individuals who have, with great service, dedicated their careers to the betterment of our industry.

Judges Award for Creativity and Innovation

The HPA Judges Award for Creativity and Innovation was conceived to recognize companies and individuals who have demonstrated excellence, whether in the development of workflow and process or project to support creative storytelling or in technical innovation. The Judges Award is chosen by a jury of experts and peers.

Entry Rules, Fees and Upload

Be on the lookout for the 2024 Call for Entries in Spring of 2024!

Engineering Excellence Call for Entries

Submission Period
April 16, 2023 – June 16, 2023

Creative Categories
Call for Entries

Submission Period
June 1, 2023 – July 28, 2023

Submission Fees

Creative Entry Submissions
  • $215 per submission for HPA members
  • $275 per submission for non-members
  • HPA Corporate member companies may submit all entries from that company under the membership rate.
  • Individual members may use the member rate for entries where that individual is the entrant.
Engineering Excellence Award Submissions
  • HPA Corporate Members – $550 per submission
  • Non-Members – $745 per submission
Payment Information
  • Payment may be made via credit card during the submission process or by ACH/EFT.
  • In the case of EFT or ACH payments, HPA must receive the full amount of the entry fee in US Dollars. All transfer or bank fees are the sender’s responsibility.

Awards Press Kit

Mission

To promote creative artistry in the field of post production, and recognize the achievement of talent, innovation and engineering excellence in the larger professional media content industry.


Awards Given

Creative Categories include Color Grading, Editing, Sound and Visual Effects in Film, Television and Commercials. Special awards may also be presented, including Engineering Excellence, the HPA Judges Award for Creativity & Innovation, Charles S. Swartz Award, and the Lifetime Achievement Award.


Attendees

The show, which consistently sells out, attracts about 500 entertainment industry leaders: studio heads, post facility executives, the top creative talent in post production, hardware and software industry leaders, post supervisors, DPs, editors, and representatives of industry guilds, unions and professional associations.


About The Trophy

The HPA Award symbolizes freedom of expression, mastery of an artist’s craft, and groundbreaking creative and technological achievement. The award trophy, designed by the superlative design team at Autodesk, physically embodies these qualities, portraying the limitless possibilities of imagination, collaboration and technical ingenuity that break out of constraints to realize today’s most challenging visions.

Show Date

November 28, 2023

Press Contact

Chris Purse
chris@ignite.bz
818-980-3473

HPA Contact

Alicia Rock, Director of
Operations and Events
awards@hpaonline.com
818-273-1508


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The 2023 HPA Awards Creative Category nominees are:

Outstanding Color Grading – Live Action Theatrical Feature 

“Barbie”
Yvan Lucas // Company 3 

“The Fabelmans”
Michael Hatzer // Picture Shop 

“Asteroid City”
Gareth Spensley // Company 3 

“Oppenheimer”
Kostas Theodosiou, Kristen Zimmerman // FotoKem 

“Tár”
Tim Masick // Company 3 

 

Outstanding Color Grading – Animated Theatrical Feature 

“Elemental”
Susan Brunig // Pixar Animation Studios 

“The Super Mario Bros. Movie”
Jason Hanel // Company 3 

“Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse”
Natasha Leonnet // Picture Shop 

“Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem”
Mitch Paulson // Company 3 

 

Outstanding Color Grading – Live Action Episode or Non-Theatrical Feature 

“Swarm – Stung”
Alastor Pan Arnold // Keep Me Posted 

“Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty – One Ring Don’t Make a Dynasty”
Walter Volpatto // Company 3 

“American Gigolo – Pilot”
Shane Harris // Picture Shop 

“Great Expectations – Episode 2”
Toby Tomkins // Harbor 

“Wednesday – Wednesday’s Child Is Full of Woe”
Siggy Ferstl// Company 3 

 

Outstanding Color Grading – Documentary 

“Descendant”
Sam Daley // Light Iron 

“Bono & The Edge: A Sort of Homecoming with Dave Letterman”
Taylor Black // Apache 

“Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie”
Stefan Sonnenfeld, Adam Nazarenko // Company 3 

“Chimp Empire – Paradise”
Blair Wallace // Evolutions Post Production 

“Shaq – From Shaquille to Shaq”
Taylor Black // Apache 

  

Outstanding Color Grading – Commercial 

Zara – “Man SS23 Studio Collection”
Tim Masick // Company 3 

Levi’s – “One Fair Exchange in the Greatest Story Ever Worn”
Sofie Borup // Company 3 

Expedia – “Wisdom & Obi”
Mark Gethin // Trafik 

Duracell x Williams Racing – “Scream”
Tyler Roth // Company 3 

Belvedere – “Daniel Craig”
Matthieu Toullet // Company 3 

  

Outstanding Editing – Theatrical Feature
Sponsored by Blackmagic Design 

“Barbie”
Nick Houy, ACE 

“Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One”
Eddie Hamilton, ACE 

“Oppenheimer”
Jennifer Lame, ACE 

“Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse”
Michael Andrews, ACE 

“Tár”
Monika Willi 

  

Outstanding Editing – Episode or Non-Theatrical Feature (30 Minutes and Under)
Sponsored by Blackmagic Design 

“The Righteous Gemstones – Burn for Burn, Wound for Wound, Stripe for Stripe”
Justin Bourret, ACE 

“Barry – it takes a psycho”
Franky Guttman, ACE 

“What We Do in the Shadows – Local News”
A.J. Dickerson, ACE, Thomas Calderón 

“Barry – a nice meal”
Ali Greer, ACE  

“How To With John Wilson – How To Watch Birds”
Cori Wapnowska 

 

Outstanding Editing – Episode or Non-Theatrical Feature (Over 30 Minutes)
Sponsored by Blackmagic Design 

“The Last of Us – Endure and Survive”
Timothy A. Good, ACE, Emily Mendez 

“White House Plumbers – The Beverly Hills Burglary”
Erick Fefferman, Roger Nygard 

“Succession – With Open Eyes”
Ken Eluto, ACE 

“The White Lotus – Arrivederci”
John M. Valerio, ACE 

“White House Plumbers – True Believers”
Grady Cooper, Jon Merchen 

 

Outstanding Editing – Documentary
Sponsored by Blackmagic Design 

“100 Foot Wave – Lost at Sea”
Alex Keipper, Alex Bayer 

“A Tree of Life: The Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting”
Eric Schuman 

“Being Mary Tyler Moore”
Mariah Rehmet 

“Branson – Episode 2, Atlantic”
Paul Trewartha 

“Moonage Daydream”
Brett Morgen 

  

Outstanding Sound – Theatrical Feature  

“Barbie”
Ai-Ling Lee, Kevin O’Connell, Dan Kenyon // Warner Bros. Post Production Services 

“Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio” 
Scott Gershin, Chris Richardson, Masanobu ‘Tomi’ Tomita, Andrew Vernon, Dan Gamache // Sound Lab a Keywords Studio 

“Creed III”
Aaron Glascock, Tom Ozanich, Walter Spencer, Curt Schulkey // Warner Bros. Post Production Services 

“John Wick: Chapter 4”
Mark Stoeckinger, Andy Koyama, Casey Genton, Alan Rankin, Manfred Banach // Formosa Group 

“Puss in Boots: The Last Wish”
Jason W. Jennings, Julian Slater, Greg P. Russell, Paul Pirola, Ken McGill, Mia Stewart // Warner Bros. Post Production Services 

 

 Outstanding Sound – Episode or Non-Theatrical Feature 

“Star Trek: Picard – The Last Generation”
 Matthew E. Taylor, Michael Schapiro, Todd Grace, Ed Carr III, Ian Shedd // Warner Bros. Post Production Services 

“The Last of Us – Infected”
Michael Benavente, Marc Fishman, Kevin Roache, Chris Terhune, Chris Battaglia // Formosa Group 

“Barry – it takes a psycho”
Sean Heissinger, Matthew E. Taylor, John Creed, Rickley Dumm // Warner Bros. Post Production Services
Elmo Ponsdomenech, Teddy Salas // Sony Pictures Entertainment 

“Wednesday – A Murder of Woes”
Mike Baskerville, Jamie Sulek, John Loranger, Alastair Gray, Dan Sexton // Company 3 

“Star Trek: Strange New Worlds – Hegemony”
Matthew E. Taylor, Michael Schapiro, Todd Grace, Ed Carr III, Sean Heissinger // Warner Bros. Post Production Services 

  

Outstanding Sound – Documentary 

“32 Sounds”
Mark Mangini, Robert Kellough, Eliza Paley, Joanna Fang, Blake Collins // Formosa Group 

“A Tree of Life: The Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting”
Daniel Timmons // Harbor Sound 

“Good Night Oppy”
Mark Mangini, Dave Whitehead, Tim Walston, Dave Bach, Angela Claverie // Formosa Group 

“If These Walls Could Sing”
George Foulgham, Philip Moroz, Alex Gibson, Tom Verstappen, Miles Sullivan // George Foulgham Soundscapes Ltd. 

“Moonage Daydream”
Nina Hartstone, David Giammarco, John Warhurst, Paul Massey // Public Road Productions 

  

Outstanding Visual Effects – Live Action Feature 

“Avatar: The Way of Water”
Christopher Egden, Nick Epstein, Wayne Stables, Pavani Rao Boddapati, Sergei Nevshupov // Wētā FX 

“Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio”
Aaron Weintraub, Jeffrey Schaper, Cameron Carson, Emma Gorbey, Warren Lawtey // MPC 

“Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3”
Guy Williams, Daniel Macarin, Mike Cozens, Mark Smith, Marvyn Young // Wētā FX 

“Avatar: The Way of Water”
David Vickery, Lee Briggs, Jan Maroske, Steve Ellis, Miguel Perez-Senent // Industrial Light & Magic 

“Transformers: Rise of the Beasts”
Matt Aitken, Mike Perry, Aaron Cowan, Kevin Estey, Jong Jin Choi // Wētā FX 

 

Outstanding Visual Effects – Live Action Episode or Series Season 

“Andor – Season One”
Mohen Leo, Scott Pritchard // Industrial Light & Magic
TJ Falls // Lucasfilm
Joseph Kasparian // Hybride
Jelmer Boskma // Scanline  

“House of the Dragon – The Heirs of the Dragon”
Angus Bickerton, Nikeah Forde, Mike Bell // MPC
Sven Martin, Mark Spindler // Pixomondo 

“The Last of Us – Season One”
Simon Jung, Aaron Cowan, David Hampton, Dennis Yoo, Ben Roberts // Wētā FX 

“The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power – Season One”
Ron Ames, Jason Smith, Jesse Kobayashi, Ryan Tudhope, Sam Scott // Amazon Studios 

“The Mandalorian – Season Three”
Grady Cofer, Abbigail Keller, Paul Kavanagh, Delio Tramontozzi // Industrial Light & Magic
Bobo Skipper // Important Looking Pirates 

 

Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects – Episode or Series Season 

“Barry – Season Four”
Justin Ball, Laura Hill, Andrew Kalicki, David Lopez, Manuel Guizar // Crafty Apes 

“Citadel – Secrets in Night Need Early Rains”
Aladino Debert, Greg Teegarden, James Reid, Matthew Rotman, Viv Jim // Digital Domain 

“Interview with the Vampire – Is My Very Nature That of a Devil”
Ted Rae, Tavis Larkham, Matthew Harris, Hugo Leveille, J.V. Pike // FuseFX 

“The Night Agent – Season One”
Grant Miller, Hallana Barbosa, Pierceon Bellemare, Mariia Osanova, Ben Stommes // Ingenuity Studios 

“The Righteous Gemstones – Season Three”
Bruce Branit, Valeri Pfahning // Rough House
Fred Ruff // Refuge VFX
Ed Bruce // Screen Scene Studios
David Lebensfeld // Ingenuity Studios 

 

Outstanding Achievement in Restoration 

“Casablanca”
1942
Warner Bros. 

“Cinderella”
1950
Disney

“Cimarron”
1931
Warner Bros. 

“The Godfather”
1972
Paramount Pictures 

“Winds of Chance”
1925
First National Pictures and Christopher Gray Post Production  

 

As previously announced, winners of the coveted Engineering Excellence Award include Adobe forAdobe Premiere Pro Text-Based Editing, Flanders Scientific forXMP550, and Kino Flo forMimik 120, with StypeLandXR receiving an Honorable Mention. 

The awards gala is set for November 28, 2023, at The Television Academy | Wolf Theatre in North Hollywood. Tickets for the event are now available at hpaonline.com. 

HPA Awards Judges 2023


Engineering Excellence Judges

Wendy Aylsworth, Walden Pond

Wendy Aylsworth
Walden Pond

Paul Chapman, Picture Shop

Paul Chapman
Picture Shop

Greg Ciaccio, IMAX

Greg Ciaccio
IMAX

Ben Dair, Motion Impossible

Ben Dair
Motion Impossible

Katie Fellion, Netflix

Katie Fellion
Netflix

Katie Hinsen, Marvel Studios

Katie Hinsen
Marvel Studios

Renard Jenkins, Warner Bros. Discovery

Renard Jenkins

Debra Kaufman, Journalist

Debra Kaufman
Journalist

JoAnne Kim
Production Technologist

Lon Neumann
Neumann Technologies

Kevin Rosenberger

Leon Silverman, Strategic Perspective Consulting

Leon Silverman
Strategic Perspective Consulting

Phil Squyres, Sony Pictures TV

Phil Squyres
Sony Pictures TV

Alice Taylor
The Walt Disney Studios

Michael Tosti, IDC-LA

Michael Tosti
IDC-LA

Tom Vice
FotoKem

Erik Weaver, ETC

Erik Weaver
ETC

Iris Wu, Barco

Iris Wu
Barco

Joachim Zell
Barco

Creative Category Judges

Sona Balam
Re-recording Mixer

Rabi Basir
Cosa VFX

Peter Berg
The Garrison

David Bernstein
Roundabout Entertainment West

Anthony Boys
Editor

Ramon Breton
3rd i

Kathryn Brillhart
Cinematographer

Bob Bronow
CAS

Juan Cabrera
LightBender

Liza Cardinale
Editor

Michael Carr
Carrma Post

Angela Catanzaro
Editor

Chaitanya Chinchlikar
Whistling Woods International

Andrew Cohen
Video Editor / Cinematographer

James Cotten
Dark Highway Films & IMN Creative

Lynette Duensing
Instinctual LLC

Andie Eikenberg

Monica Fischetti Palmieri Williams

Russell Frazier

Addy Ghani

Robbie Gibbon
Laika

Theo Gluck

David Goodman
Sr. VP

Aurora Gordon

Buzz Hays
Google

Christina Horgan, MPSE

Edward Hoxsie
Paramount Pictures

Brandie Konopasek
The Shire Post

Justin Krohn
Picture Editor

Kim Lavery
Gentle Giant Studios

Sue Lawson
ChicagoEdit, Inc.

Mark Lever
ASG

Scott MacQueen
Archivist

Anthony Magliocco

Philip Malamuth

Lance Maurer
Cinnafilm

David McKimmie
Searchlight Pictures

Jill Mittan
NBCUniversal

Rebecca Moon
Amazon Studios

Mike Morgan
Netflix

Trish Morris
Big Teddy Films

Nancy Morrison
Picture Editor

Jon Navarro

Lon Neumann
Neumann Technologies

Chris A. Peterson
Editor

Vincent Pirozzi
Roundabout Entertainment

Jonathan Posell
Film Editor

Kim Pratt
NorthSouth Productions

Michael Price
ASC

Bob Primes
ASC

Esmeralda Ramirez
Senior VFX Coordinator

Bharat Mani Regmi
Film Editor

David Salter
Film Editor

Andrew Såulf, CSI
Seawolf Post

Naeem Seirafi
Director of Photography

Steve Shaw
ASC

Danial Shimiaei
Director of Engineering

Tom Sinnott
Sinnott Consulting

Mark Smirnoff
Prasad Corporation

Robert Smith
Mad Old Nut Productions, Inc.

Catherine Sutton
Amazon Studios

Tammy Sutton
VFX Producer

Peter Swartz
Color Space Finishing

Rosanne Tan
Picture Editor

Dann Tarmy
Scanline VFX

Mike Tosti
IDC LA

Randy Trager
Editor

Jacki Trinh
Editor

Karol Urban, CAS, MPSE
Cinema Audio Society

Susan Vaill, ACE
Editor

Dado Valentic
Colour Lab

Brett Van Egmond
FotoKem

Chuyue Wen
Signature Post

Kevin Williams
Eyeline Powered by Netflix

Robyn Wilson
Editor

Adrian Wood
Restoration Producer

Iris Wu, Barco

Iris Wu
Ambidio

Xueyi Yang
Editor

Emily Yang
Signature Post

Kaitlyn Yang
Alpha Studios

Starry Ye
Post Production Manager

Todd Young
Master QC Technician

Shirley Yumeng He
Documentary Director and Editor

Skylar Zhang
Netflix

Jimmy Zhu
Scanline VFX

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