'Dirty God' and 'Shooting the Mafia' to premiere at Sundance by Keith Jordan

We’re happy to report that two Ardmore Sound posted films are set to premiere at the upcoming Sundance Film Festival.

DIRTY GOD

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Directed and co-written by Sacha Polak, 'Dirty God' a powerful drama about a young woman in South London attempting to rebuild her life after an acid attack leaves her with severe facial burns.

Newcomer Vicky Knight, a real life burns survivor, stars in the lead role as Jade. From the official synopsis:  "Her face has been reconstructed, but her beauty is gone. Distanced from her daughter, Jade finds solace in the hidden world of online liaisons where she uncovers the passion and connection she's craved. But when her life is turned upside down once more, those around can do little to halt her descent. As her family life and friendships start to crumble, Jade takes drastic action, finally finding the path back to her daughter and herself."

Ardmore Sound Credits:

Supervising Sound Editor – Michelle Fingleton

Dialogue Editor – Peter Blayney

Foley Recording – Jean McGrath

Re-recording Mixer – Garret Farrell

SHOOTING THE MAFIA

Directed by by Kim Longinotto and produced by Niamh Fagan for Lunar Pictures unflinching feature documentary Shooting the Mafia, explores the stark reality of life, and death, under the Corleonesi Mafia.

"Photographer Letizia Battaglia stood up to the Mafia and it is through her lens that we enter this world of ritualised slaughter, omertà, semi-religious oppression and feudal control. The scale of the mafia’s brutality and power is revealed through a combination of rare archive footage, newsreel and personal photographs and memories. The power of Letizia's photography and the bravery and dedication of people like her helped to finally bring to an end the brutal reign of a bunch of small town thugs who's reign of fear reached as far as the Italian presidency."

Ardmore Sound Credits:

Supervising Sound Editor – Michelle Fingleton

Assistant Sound Editor – Matt Sweeney

Re-recording Mixer – Garret Farrell

The Sundance Film Festival will take place from January 24th to February 3rd. The full lineup  can be found on the official website here.

Four Ardmore Sound posted films set to make their to debuts by Keith Jordan

We're delighted to report that four Ardmore Sound posted feature films are set to make their big screen debuts in the coming weeks.

THE LITTLE STRANGER

First up, Director Lenny Abrahamson’s gothic horror drama 'The Little Stranger' opens in US cinemas today, Friday, August 31st.

Following on from Abrahamson’s award winning hit ROOM (also posted here at Screen Scene), the film stars Domhnall Gleeson as Dr Faraday, who “during the long hot summer of 1947, his called to a patient at Hundreds Hall, where his mother once worked. The Hall has been home to the Ayres family for more than two centuries, but it is now in decline and its inhabitants – mother, son and daughter – are haunted by something more ominous than a dying way of life…”

Also starring Charlotte Rampling and Will Poulter, full Sound post on 'The Little Stranger' took place here at Ardmore Sound.

ROSIE

Directed by Paddy Breathnach and written by Roddy Doyle, heart wreching housing crisis drama 'Rosie' will receive its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) this September where it screens in the Contemporary World Cinema section of the programme.

Starring Sarah Greene (Rebellion) in the title role, alongside Moe Dunford (St Patrick's Day) the film 'tells the story of a mother trying to protect her family after their landlord sells their rented home and they become homeless. Over 36 hours, Rosie and her partner John Paul strive to find somewhere to stay while shielding their young family from the reality of the situation around them.'

We recorded the foley at Ardmore Sound for our colleagues at Screen Scene who completed the sound post

The film is set for Irish cinema release this October.

GRETA

Also making its world premiere at TIFF, Neil Jordan's 'Greta' will debut as part of the Special Presentations program.

Starring Chloë Grace Moretz, as a young New York woman who strikes up an unlikely friendship with an enigmatic widow named Greta (played by Isabelle Huppert). The film quickly descends into an exploration of loneliness, obsession, and manipulation as the older woman’s sinister motives are gradually revealed.

The film's final Sound Mix took place here at Ardmore Sound.

THE FAVOURITE

The third collaboration between Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos and Irish company Element Pictures,  'The Favourite' will make its world premiere in competition at the Venice International Film Festival, running from August 29th to September 8th.

Starring Olivia Colman, Rachel Weisz and Emma Stone, the period drama's plot synopsis is as follows: "The close relationship between Queen Anne (Colman) and Sarah Churchill (Weisz) is threatened by the arrival of Sarah’s cousin, Abigail Masham (Emma Stone), resulting in a bitter rivalry to be the Queen’s favourite."

Ardmore Sound were proud to part of the films sound team.

'The Favourite' will open in US cinemas on November 23rd, and in Ireland on January 1st.

 

 

FIRST TRAILER FOR YORGOS LANTHIMOS ‘THE KILLING OF A SACRED DEER’ ARRIVES ONLINE by Keith Jordan

The chilling first trailer for Yorgos Lanthimos (The Lobster) new film, ‘The Killing of a Sacred Deer’ has arrived online.

Directed by Lanthimos, who co-wrote the screenplay with regular collaborator Efthymis Filippou, the film stars Colin Farrell and Nicole Kidman, and follows a charismatic surgeon (played by Farrell), who is forced to make an unthinkable sacrifice when the behaviour of a teenage boy he has taken under his wing turns sinister.

Ardmore Sound were part of the Sound post team on ‘The Killing of a Sacred Deer’ and will work as part of the same team on Yorgos Lanthimos’s next movie, period drama ‘The Favourite’, which stars Emma Stone, Rachel Weisz, Nicholas Hoult and is currently shooting in the UK.

The Killing of A Sacred Deer will open in cinemas on October 27th.

Blinder Films Documentary 'Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami' to open TIFF by Keith Jordan

We are delighted to report that Blinder Films Documentary 'Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami' will be the opening film in the documentary strand at this years Toronto International Film Festival (taking place from the 7th - 17th September).

Directed by Sophie Fiennes (The Pervert’s Guide to Ideology), 'Bloodlight and Bami' was filmed over the course of a decade and offers a stylish and unconventional look at the Jamaican-born model, singer, and New Wave icon.

Full Sound Post on the film was completed here at Ardmore Sound.  

Editor: Steve Fanagan

Dialogue Editor: Niall Brady

Sound Re-recording Mixer: Garret Farrel 

Further details on the films screening can be found on the official TIFF website HERE. Check out the first clip below:

Ardmore Sound posted films at Galway Film Fleadh by Keith Jordan

We’re happy to report that a selection of Ardmore Sound posted films will screen at this year’s Galway Film Fleadh (taking place 11th – 16th July).

The Farthest screens Friday 14th July in the Town Hall

Written and directed by Reynolds, ‘The Farthest’ chronicles the four-decade work of nuclear-powered probes Voyager 1 and Voyager 2, which have travelled over 22 million combined miles since leaving Earth to study the outer solar system.

Powerful, poetic and cinematic, THE FARTHEST celebrates these magnificent machines, the men and women who built them and the vision that propelled them further than anyone could ever have hoped.

Produced by John Murray and Clare Stronge for Crossing the Line Films, our very own Steve Fanagan was the re-recording mixer, sound designer and supervising sound editor for the film.

Maudie screens Thursday 13th Town Hall at 6pm

Directed by five time IFTA nominee Walsh, Academy Award nominees Sally Hawkins (Happy-Go-LuckyBlue Jasmine) and Ethan Hawke star in this true story of Maud Lewis, who overcame the physical challenge of juvenile rheumatoid arthritis to become one of Canada’s premier folk artists.

Produced by Parallel Films, Ardmore Sound also provided Foley and Final mix for Maudie.

Re-recording Mixer: Garret Farrell

Foley Artist: Caoimhe Doyle

Foley Mixer: Jean McGrath

Limbo screens Saturday, July 15th, at 6pm in the Town Hall.

Written and directed by Gerard Barrett, who also co-produced with Grainne O’Sullivan, the film tells the intimate story of a mother and daughter in Ireland as they battle homelessness in emergency accommodation over 24 hours.

The Sound Mix for the film was provided by Ken Galvin.

The Drummer and the Keeper screens Friday the 14th, Town Hall Theatre at 6pm

The Drummer and the Keeper, written and directed by Nick Kelly. is an uplifting comedic story of an unlikely friendship between Gabriel, a rock ‘n’ roll party animal with bipolar disorder and an institutionalised goalkeeper who suffers from Aspergers Syndrome.

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The film stars Dermot Murphy,  Charlie Kelly, Adrian Hudson (Striking OutRebellion), Jacob McCarthy, Peter Coonan and Aoibhinn McGinnity.

Sound Designer: Michelle Fingleton

Re-recording Mixer: Garret Farrell

Dialogue Editor: Niall Brady

Foley Artist: Caoimhe Doyle

Foley recordist: Jean McGrath

For details on these screenings and more, check out the official Galway Film Fleadh website HERE

 

RAVE REVIEWS FOR YORGOS LANTHIMOS LATEST ‘THE KILLING OF A SACRED DEER’ AT CANNES by Keith Jordan

Yorgos Lanthimos (The Lobster) latest film, ‘The Killing of a Sacred Deer’ has received rave reviews after premiering at the 70th annual Cannes Film Festival.

Directed by Lanthimos, who co-wrote the screenplay with regular collaborator Efthymis Filippou, the film stars Colin Farrell and Nicole Kidman, and follows a charismatic surgeon (played by Farrell), who is forced to make an unthinkable sacrifice when the behaviour of a teenage boy he has taken under his wing turns sinister.

Reviewers have been effuse in their praise for the film, with many calling it the one to beat for the prestigious Palme d’Or.

Gregory Ellwood from Collider hailed the film as a “riveting and disturbing drama that may leave you reeling,” adding that “Lanthimos doesn’t just want you to be repulsed, but emotionally devastated.  The film is a gorgeously rendered gut punch that ends up being no laughing matter.”

Donald Clarke of the Irish Times award the film five stars out of five, saying that Yorgos latest was a “full-strength, unfiltered version of his merciless aesthetic.”

John Bleasdale (Cinevue) made favourable comparisons to past Palme D’Or winner David Lynch, stating that if Lynch “is actually bowing out of cinema then the heir for the surrealist visionary might well turn out to be Yorgos.”

Ardmore Sound were part of the Sound post team on ‘The Killing of a Sacred Deer’ and will work as part of the same team on Yorgos Lanthimos’s next movie, period drama ‘The Favourite’, which stars Emma Stone, Rachel Weisz, Nicholas Hoult and is currently shooting in the UK.

The 70th annual Cannes Film Festival will run until the 28th May. Further details on the festival can be found on the official website here.

Emer Reynolds wins Director’s Finders Series award for THE FARTHEST by Keith Jordan

Emer Reynolds has won the Director Finders Series Award for her work on the stunning documentary on NASA's Voyager mission, THE FARTHEST.

Chosen by The Screen Director’s Guild of Ireland, the award gives Reynolds the opportunity to showcase her work at the Directors Guild of America Theatre in LA on 16th June 2017

Written and directed by Reynolds, 'The Farthest' chronicles the four-decade work of nuclear-powered probes Voyager 1 and Voyager 2, which have traveled over 22 million combined miles since leaving earth to study the outer solar system.

Powerful, poetic and cinematic, THE FARTHEST celebrates these magnificent machines, the men and women who built them and the vision that propelled them further than anyone could ever have hoped.

Produced by John Murray and Clare Stronge for Crossing the Line Films, our very own Steve Fanagan was the re-recording mixer, sound designer and supervising sound editor for the film.

The Farthest has been making a huge splash on the festival circuit in recent months, taking home the Audience Award and the award for Best Irish Documentary at the Audi Dublin International Film Festival back in February, and screening at the prestigious Tribeca Film Festival in New York in April.

The film will screen as part of SIFF Seattle International Film Festival on the 19th, 20th and 24th of May, followed by the Telluride Mountainfilm Festival in Colorado on the 26th & 28th.

Juanita Wilson's 'Tomato Red' now available on DVD & Demand by Keith Jordan

Juanita Wilson's IFTA Award-winning film 'Tomato Red' is now available on DVD and on demand.

Adapted from the novel by Winters Bone author Daniel Woodrell, Full Sound post-production on the film took place here at Ardmore Sound.

Supervising sound editor / sound designer: Niall Brady

Sound designer / sound effects editor: Steve Fanagan

Re-recording mixers: Garret Farrell and Ken Galvin

Foley mixer: Jean McGrath

Niall Brady, Ken Galvin & Steve Fanagan picked up the Best Sound Award for their work on the film at the Irish Film and Television Awards last month, where it was also nominated for Best Film.

‘TOMATO RED’ WINS BEST SOUND IFTA by Keith Jordan

The annual IFTA Film & Drama Awards took place on Saturday night, and we’re ecstatic to report that Ardmore Sound's Niall Brady, Ken Galvin & Steve Fanagan picked up the Best Sound Award for their work on Juanita Wilsons Tomato Red.

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The Tomato Red sound team beat out Game of ThronesThe Siege of Jadotville and Without Name to take the top spot in their category at this year’s ceremony, which was Hosted by actress and comedienne Deirdre O’Kane.

Speaking of the win on Monday morning, Sound Designer/ Editor Steve Fanagan said that they were “delighted to have won the IFTA for our sound work on Juanita Wilson’s ‘Tomato Red’. It’s such a beautiful film, one that we all feel very proud to have been part of.”

“We had an incredible time working on the film alongside our colleagues at Ardmore Sound and Screen Scene, and feel very lucky to work with them all. Huge thanks to Nathan Nugent, Peter Tighe, Paul Rankin, Jean McGrath, Eoghan McDonnell and Brendan Rehill for all of their hard work and collaboration. Special thanks to James Flynn, Liz Gill, Catherine Tiernan and everyone at Metropolitan Films International for support throughout the process. Most importantly, we’d like to thank Juanita for having us on board and working so closely with us throughout the sound post process. It was a real privilege to get to work with her and her entire cast and crew on such a powerful film.”

Tomato Red underwent full Sound Post Production here at Ardmore Sound and Screen Scene last year.

CREDITS:

Supervising sound editor/sound designer: Niall Brady
Sound designer/sound effects editor: Steve Fanagan
Re-recording mixers: Ken Galvin and Garret Farrell
Foley mixer: Jean McGrath
Foley Artist: Eoghan McDonnell
Foley Editor: Brendan Rehill

Massive congratulations to all involved on this fantastic result! We couldn’t be prouder.

Highlights of the IFTA Film & Drama Awards will air tomorrow night at 10.15pm on RTE One.

'Tomato Red' and 'The Siege of Jadotville' nominated for Best Sound at IFTA Film & Drama Awards by Keith Jordan

We're delighted to report that Tomato Red and The Siege of Jadotville have both been nominated in the category of Best Sound at this years IFTA Film & Drama Awards.

Adapted from the novel by Winters Bone author Daniel Woodrell,  Juanita Wilson's Tomato Red, which is currently screening in cinemas nationwide, was nominated for four awards in total including Best Film.

The film was fully sound posted here at Ardmore Sound last year.

Supervising sound editor / sound designer: Niall Brady

Sound designer / sound effects editor: Steve Fanagan

Re-recording mixers: Garret Farrell and Ken Galvin

Foley mixer: Jean McGrath

Foley Artist: Eoghan McDonnell

Foley Editor: Brendon Rehill

Directed by Richie Smyth, The Siege of Jadotville was nominated for eight awards at this years event, including Best Film and Best Director.

The films final mix and foley was provided by Ardmore Sound.

Re-recording mixers: Paul Cotterell and Garret Farrell

Foley Artist: Eoghan McDonnell

Foley Mixer: Jean McGrath

Massive congratulations to all involved on the well deserved nominations! 

The IFTA Film & Drama Awards will take place at the Round Room of the Mansion House on Saturday 8th April 2017.

'Tomato Red' opens in Irish cinemas this Friday by Keith Jordan

Juanita Wilson's new movie 'Tomato Red' opens in Irish cinemas tomorrow, March 3rd.

Adapted from the novel by Winters Bone author Daniel Woodrell, full sound post production was carried out here at Ardmore Sound.

Supervising sound editor / sound designer: Niall Brady

Sound designer / sound effects editor: Steve Fanagan

Re-recording mixers: Garret Farrell and Ken Galvin

Foley mixer: Jean McGrath

Don't miss your chance to catch this fantastic film on the big screen!

EMER REYNOLDS ‘THE FARTHEST’ WINS BIG AT DUBLIN INTERNATIONAL FILM FEST by Keith Jordan

Emer Reynold’s stunning documentary on NASA’s Voyager mission, THE FARTHEST, took home the Audience Award and the award for Best Irish Documentary at the Audi Dublin International Film Festival this past weekend.

Speaking on the win, Director Reynolds (who was also awarded the DFCC George Byrne Maverick Award) said “On behalf of the whole team, I am delighted and humbled to receive this award. Screening the film to a Dublin audience was the most incredible experience and for them to honour us like this is out of this world!” 

The film also received a standing ovation after its world premiere, which had taken place earlier on Sunday.

Written and directed by Reynolds, the two-hour film chronicles the four-decade work of nuclear-powered probes Voyager 1 and Voyager 2, which have travelled over 22 million combined miles since leaving earth to study the outer solar system.

Powerful, poetic and cinematic, THE FARTHEST celebrates these magnificent machines, the men and women who built them and the vision that propelled them farther than anyone could ever have hoped.

Produced by John Murray and Clare Stronge for Crossing the Line Films, our very own Steve Fanagan was the re-recording mixer, sound designer and supervising sound editor for the film.

Congratulations to all involved on the well deserved win.

WATCH: FIRST TRAILER FOR GERARD BARRETT'S 'BRAIN ON FIRE' by Keith Jordan

The first trailer for Gerard Barrett's 'Brain on Fire' is now online.

Starring Chloe Grace Moretz, Carrie-Ann Moss, Richard Armitage and Tyler Perry, Brain on Fire follows Susannah, 'a rising journalist at the New York Post who mysteriously starts having seizures and hearing voices. As weeks go by and Susannah rapidly descends into insanity, she moves inexplicably from violence to catatonia. Following a series of outbursts, misdiagnoses, and a prolonged hospital stay, a lucky, last-minute intervention by one doctor finally gives her a diagnosis and hope to rebuild her life.'

Based on Susannah Cahalan's bestselling memoir, Brain on Fire: My Month of Madness, the film underwent Sound Post Production here at Ardmore Sound last year.

Re-recording mixer / sound designer / supervising sound editor: Steve Fanagan

Re-recording mixer: Ken Galvin

Dialogue editor: Michelle Fingleton

Foley artist: Eoghan McDonnell

Foley mixer: Jean McGrath

Dialogue & ADR Editor: Michelle Fingleton

Brain on Fire will be released on Netflix later this year.

 

Ardmore Sound posted films to screen at Dublin International Film Fest by Keith Jordan

We're delighted to report that five Ardmore Sound posted films will screen at this years Dublin International Film Festival.

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Taking place from 16-26 February, the 2017 programme features a rich mix of films from Ireland and across the globe.

Aisling Walsh's 'Maudie', Juanita Wilson's 'Tomato Red', Emer Reynolds 'The Farthest',  Jim Sheridans 'The Secret Scripture', and David Rane and Neasa Ní Chianáin's 'In Loco Parentis' will all screen at the eleven-day event.

Each of the films underwent sound post production here at Ardmore Sound in the past year.

Full details on the films and their screenings can be found over on our sister website at www.screenscene.ie

VOYAGER DOC 'The Farthest' Completes Sound Post At Ardmore Sound by Keith Jordan

Emer Reynold's stunning documentary on NASA's Voyager mission, The Farthest, recently completed sound post production here at Ardmore Sound.

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Written and directed by Reynolds, the two-hour film chronicles the four-decade work of nuclear-powered probes Voyager 1 and Voyager 2, which have traveled over 22 million combined miles since leaving earth to study the outer solar system. 

Powerful, poetic and cinematic, THE FARTHEST celebrates these magnificent machines, the men and women who built them and the vision that propelled them farther than anyone could ever have hoped. 

Produced by John Murray and Clare Stronge for Crossing the Line, our very own Steve Fanagan was the re-recording mixer, sound designer and supervising sound editor for the film.

'Sing Street' nominated for Golden Globe by Keith Jordan

John Carney’s critically acclaimed Sing Street has been nominated for Best Motion Picture in the Comedy or Musical category at the 2017 Golden Globes!

Starring Ferdia Walsh- Peelo, Lucy Boynton, Jack Reynor, Maria Doyle Kennedy and Aidan Gillen, the film was Produced by Martina Niland, Anthony Bregman, Paul Trijbits, Christian Grass and John Carney.

The nostalgic musical, which was written and directed by Carney, underwent full sound post production here at Ardmore Sound last year.

Foley Artist: Caoimhe Doyle

Foley Recordist: Jean McGrath

Sound Supervisors: Michelle Fingleton and Niall Brady

Sound Effects Editor: Michelle Fingleton

Re-recording Mixer: Ken Galvin

Dialogue Editor: Peter Blayney

The winners of the 2017 Golden Globes will be announced on the 8th of January. Congratulations to all involved on the well-deserved nomination!

 

Irish Documentary 'In Loco Parentis' to screen at Sundance by Keith Jordan

We're happy to report that moving documentary feature 'In Loco Parentis' will screen at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival (January 19th-29th).

Mixed by Garret Farrell here at Ardmore Sound, the observational documentary tells the story of Headfort, Co. Meath, the last remaining boarding school for primary age children in Ireland. Following a year in the life of the staff and pupils, the film focuses particularly on two of the longest-serving staff members, John and Amanda Leyden.

Directed by David Rane and Neasa Ní Chianáin, the film recently screened at the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam, making it the only Irish title ever to be selected in the IDFA's thirty-year history.

Speaking on the film's inclusion in the Sundance lineup, Director Ní Chianáin said that they were “delighted to be invited. When we got the call from the Sundance Film Festival programmers, we couldn’t believe it,” She continued. “Our audiences in Amsterdam laughed and cried through our film, and we are so looking forward to showing it to an American audience at the Sundance Film Festival next. It is a great opportunity to get our small film about these remarkable teachers in this amazing school out to a wider audience.”

More details on  'In Loco Parentiscan be found on the film's official website HERE.

 

ROOM NOMINATED FOR 'OUTSTANDING SOUND' AT HPA AWARDS by Keith Jordan

The Hollywood Professional Association Award (HPA Awards) take place tonight, and we're delighted to report that Ardmore Sound have been nominated in the category of Outstanding Sound – Feature Film, for our work on Lenny Abrahamson's multi award winning 'Room'.

Produced by Ed Guiney and Element Pictures in association with Film4Telefilm Canada, and the Irish Film Board, full sound post production on 'Room' was carried out at Ardmore Sound last year.

Our sound team have previously been nominated for an MPSE Golden Reel and an International Music+Sound Award for their work on the film, which took home the award for Best Sound at this years IFTAs.

See the full list the Sound Team credits below:

Supervising Sound Editor: Niall Brady
Sound Designer: Steve Fanagan
Foley Artist: Caoimhe Doyle
Foley Mixer: Jean McGrath
Additional Sound Editor: Peter Blayney
Sound Re-recording Mixers: Steve Fanagan and Ken Galvin

The winners of the 11th Annual HPA Awards will be announced at a gala ceremony tonight, Thursday, Nov. 17, at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles. Best of luck to all involved at the big event!

'ROOM' Nominated for Two European Film Awards by Keith Jordan

We're happy to report that Lenny Abrahamson's 'Room' has been nominated for two European Film Awards!

Director Abrahamson and producer Ed Guiney are nominated in the Best Film category, while Emma Donoghue, who adapted the screenplay from her own bestselling book, is nominated for Best Screenwriter at this years ceremony, which celebrates the best that European Cinema has to offer.

An Element Pictures and No Trace Camping production, produced by Ed Guiney and David Gross, full sound post on Room took place here at Ardmore Sound last year.

Supervising Sound Editor: Niall Brady
Sound Designer: Steve Fanagan
Foley Artist: Caoimhe Doyle
Foley Mixer: Jean McGrath
Additional Sound Editor: Peter Blayney
Sound Re-recording Mixers: Steve Fanagan and Ken Galvin

The winners of the European Film Awards will be announced on 10 December in Wroclaw, Poland.

'Room' nominated for 'Outstanding Sound - Feature Film' at 2016 HPA Awards by Steve Fanagan

We are delighted to have been nominated for Outstanding Sound - Feature Film at this year's Hollywood Professional Association HPA Awards for our sound work on Lenny Abrahamson's 'Room' (Element Pictures).

Launched in 2006, the HPA Awards spotlight outstanding achievement in editing, sound, visual effects and color grading for work in television, commercials, and feature films.

Lenny Abrahamson’s multi-award winning adaptation of Emma Donughue’s best selling book, Room, was produced by Ed Guiney and Element Pictures in association with Film4, Telefilm Canada, and the Irish Film Board.

Full sound post on 'Room' was carried out at Ardmore Sound. Our work on the film has recieved nominations at this years MPSE Golden Reels, The International Music+Sound Awards and a win at the IFTAs. Here's the full list of the Sound Team credits:

Supervising Sound Editor: Niall Brady
Sound Designer: Steve Fanagan
Foley Artist: Caoimhe Doyle
Foley Mixer: Jean McGrath
Additional Sound Editor: Peter Blayney
Sound Re-recording Mixers: Steve Fanagan and Ken Galvin

The winners of the 11th Annual HPA Awards will be announced at a gala ceremony on Nov. 17 at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles.