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Belfast-based 'Game of Thrones' Sound Recordist Ronan Hill Nominated for TEC Award
08 Nov 2013 : By Kevin Cronin
Sound production mixer Ronan Hill nominated for sound work on 'Game of Thrones' season 3.
Ronan Hill - the Emmy award winning sound recordist and production mixer - has been nominated for best Television Sound Production at the annual Technical Excellence & Creativity awards, set to take place in California in January.

He is nominated alongside fellow members of the ‘Game of Thrones’ sound team - supervising sound editor Tim Kimmel, re-recording mixers Onnalee Blank and Mathew Waters; and production mixer Richard Dyer.

Also competing in the same category are the sound teams behind ‘Boardwalk Empire’, ‘Downton Abbey’, ‘Homeland’ and ‘Treme’.

Ronan Hill won an Emmy award last year for Outstanding Sound Mixing for the season two penultimate episode ‘Blackwater’, which he shared with fellow Northern Irish production sound mixer Mervyn Moore and re-recording mixers Mathew Waters and Onnalee Blank.

He also previously won two IFTA awards for ‘Hunger’ (2009) and ‘Kings’ (2008), and was nominated for his work on ‘The Eclipse’, ‘Five Minutes of Heaven’, and the first two seasons of ‘Game of Thrones’.

the HBO fantasy series has so far been responsible for investing €77 million into the Northern Irish economy, as IFTN recently reported here - with principal photography underway on season four.

Neil Marshall (‘Centurion’, ‘The Descent’), who helmed season two’s ‘Blackwater’, has also returned for season four’s battle-driven episode ‘Castle Black’.


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