The team behind the sound mixing of Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer has won the award for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing in the Motion Pictures – Live Action category at tonight’s 60th annual Cinema Audio Society Awards ceremony at the at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills. Scoring mixer Chris Fogel, along with production mixer Willie D. Burton, re-recording mixerx Gary A. Rizzo & Kevin O’Connell and foley mixers Tavish Grade, Jack Cucci &Mikel Parraga-Wills received the award for the film scored by Ludwig Göransson. In the Motion Pictures – Animated category, scoring mixer Sam Okell was honored as part of the sound mixing team of Sony Pictures Animation’s Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse (scored by Daniel Pemberton). In the Motion Picture – Documentary category, scoring mixer Ben Greenberg took home the award as part of the sound mixing team of Sam Green’s 32 Sounds  (scored by Jocelyn Samson). In the Non-Theatrical Motion Picture or Limited Series category, scoring mixer Phil McGowan was recognized as part of the sound mixing team of The Roku Channel’s Weird: The Al Yankovic Story (scored by Leo Birenberg & Zach Robinson).  To check out all winners, visit Cinema Audio Society’s website.