NEW YORK CITY—Goldcrest Post sound artists won awards for Sound Editing and Sound Mixing for their work on Netflix’s The Queen’s Gambit at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards.
Supervising Sound Editor Gregg Swiatlowski and Supervising Sound Editor/Re-Recording Mixer Eric Hirsch won for Outstanding Sound Editing for a Limited or Anthology Series, Movie or Special, sharing the award with Sound Designer Wylie Stateman, Sound Editors Leo Marcil, Mary Ellen Porto, Patrick Cicero, James David Redding III and Eric Hoehn, Music Editor Tom Kramer and Foley Artist Rachel Chancey. Hirsch also won for Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie, sharing the honor with Hoehn, Production Mixer Roland Winke and Scoring Music Mixer Lawrence Manchester.
In total, The Queen’s Gambit picked up ten Emmy Awards during the ceremonies held Saturday and Sunday nights on the Event Deck at L.A. LIVE, more than any other program. It also won awards for casting, cinematography, costumes, make-up, music composition, music supervision, picture editing and production design. The series is nominated in six additional categories whose winners will be announced during the prime time Emmys broadcast on September 19.
“We extend our heartfelt congratulations to Gregg, Eric and their collaborators on their well-deserved awards,” said Goldcrest Post Managing Director Domenic Rom. “We were extremely proud to work with Netflix on their outstanding series. Our team faced numerous technical and logistical hurdles on this project, due to the pandemic, but they rose to the challenge and the results speak for themselves.”
About Goldcrest Post
Goldcrest Post is a leading, independent post-production facility, providing one-stop creative solutions for features films, episodic television, documentaries and other projects. Conveniently located in New York City’s West Village, the company provides editorial offices, on-set dailies, picture finishing, sound editorial, ADR and mixing, and related services. Recent credits include The Queen’s Gambit, P-Valley, 40-Year-Old Version, Godfather of Harlem, Baby God, The Expecting, What Breaks the Ice and She Dies Tomorrow.