BURBANK, CA - Audio pros at Warner Bros. Post Production Services (www.wbpostproduction.com) were part of the sound team recognized with Emmy Awards for their work on HBO's feature, Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee. The film is based on a book that details the relationship Native Americans had with the United States government from 1860-1890, including during times of peace and conflict.
WB PPS's re-recording mixers Rick Ash and Edward C. Carr, III, were among those recognized for "Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Miniseries or a Movie." Foley artist David Lee Fein was also part of the team honored for "Outstanding Sound Editing for a Miniseries, Movie or Special."
Additional credits on the project included George Tarrant, who served as production mixer, and Stephen Flick and Avram Gold, both of whom served as supervising sound editors.