Spielberg’s Movies Honored At Sound Editors Golden Reel Awards

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February 20, 2012 | 11:26am EST

Steven Spielberg was the toast of the Motion Picture Sound Editors Golden Reel Awards on Sunday – his movies War Horse and Super 8 both landed honors.
War Horse triumphed in the category for sound effects and foley, while Super 8, directed J. J. Abrams, won in the category for dialogue and automated dialogue replacement.

The Muppets took gold for music in a musical film and The Adventures of Tintin was honored for sound editing in an animated feature at the ceremony in Los Angeles.

Academy Awards frontrunner Hugo was recognized for music in a feature film, while director Martin Scorsese’s project George Harrison: Living in the Material World came out top in the feature documentary category.

The TV adaptation of Games of Thrones won two awards, while Homeland and Grey’s Anatomy were also among the small screen winners.