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Red Carpet

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'Gravity,' 'Phillips' grab sound editor honors

Two Oscar nominees won Golden Reel honors Sunday night from the Motion Picture Sound Editors.

The sound editing team for "Gravity" won for sound effects and foley in a feature film while the team for "Captain Phillips" won for dialogue and ADR. Foley is the reproduction of sounds. ADR is the process of re-recording or dubbing dialogue in a studio.

"Gravity" and "Phillips" are nominated alongside "All is Lost," "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug" and "Lone Survivor" for sound editing at the Academy Awards.

Other Golden Reel film winners were "Frozen" for music in a musical feature, "The Great Gatsby" for music in a feature film and "Epic" for work in an animation feature film.