‘No Time to Die’s’ Paul Massey, Cinema Audio Society Occupation Fulfillment Honoree, Featured in THR’s ‘On the support of The Veil’

Oscar-profitable rerecording mixer Paul Massey — who is determined to receive the Cinema Audio Society’s very best honor, the profession achievement award, all the draw in which during the 58th Cinema Audio Society Awards on March 19 — is a customer on a recent episode of The Hollywood Reporter’s On the support of the Veil.

On this dialog with THR tech editor Carolyn Giardina, Massey talks about his work on No Time to Die, for which he earned his 10th Academy Award nomination. And he’s joined by some mates and colleagues to talk about his profession.

Massey won an Oscar, BAFTA and CAS Award for Bohemian Rhapsody, as nicely as BAFTA and CAS Awards for Stroll the Line and Grasp and Commander: The A long way Aspect of the World. He obtained an further CAS Award for Ford v Ferrari and one more BAFTA for Nearly Neatly-known.

Massey — who has loved longtime collaborations with directors including Ridley Scott and James Mangold — was born end to Pinewood Studios in London, studied on the Royal Academy of Song and performed in diversified bands and orchestras earlier than starting his profession in sound. He has also recorded and blended albums, as nicely as reside excursions for bands such as Yes and Supertramp.

Beforehand, Massey mentioned his work on Bohemian Rhapsody in a Feb. 24, 2019, episode of On the support of the Veil, and Ford v. Ferrari in an episode from Nov. 15, 2019.

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