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The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Award for Best Sound has been presented to its winners since 1968 and sound designers of all nationalities are eligible to receive the award.

Winners 1968-present

  • 2003 - Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World - Richard King Doug Hemphill Paul Massey Art Rochester
    • Cold Mountain - Eddy Joseph Ivan Sharrock Walter Murch Mike Prestwood Smith Matthew Gough
    • Kill Bill: Vol. 1 - Michael Minkler Myron Nettinga Wylie Statesman Mark Ulano
    • The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King - Ethan Van der Ryn Mike Hopkins David Farmer Christopher Boyes Michael Hedges Michael Semanick Hammond Peek
    • Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl - Christopher Boyes George Watters II Lee Orloff David Parker David E. Campbell
  • 2002 - Chicago - Michael Minkler Dominick Tavella David Lee Maurice Schell
    • Gangs of New York - Tom Fleischman Ivan Sharrock Eugene Gearty Philip Stockton
    • Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets - Randy Thom Dennis Leonard John Midgley Ray Merrin Graham Daniel Rick Kline
    • The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers - Ethan Van der Ryn David Farmer Mike Hopkins Hammond Peek Christopher Boyes Michael Semanick Michael Hedges
    • The Pianist - Jean-Marie Blondel Dean Humphreys Gérard Hardy
  • 2001 - Moulin Rouge! - Andy Nelson Anna Behlmer Roger Savage Guntis Sics Gareth Vanderhope Antony Gray
    • Black Hawk Down - Chris Munro Per Hallberg Michael Minkler Myron Nettinga Karen M. Baker
    • Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone - John Midgley Eddy Joseph Ray Merrin Graham Daniel Adam Daniel
    • The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring - David Farmer Hammond Peek Christopher Boyes Gethin Creagh Michael Semanick Ethan Van der Ryn Mike Hopkins
    • Shrek -Andy Nelson Anna Behlmer Wylie Statesman Lon Bender
  • 1985 - Amadeus - John Nutt Christopher Newman Mark Berger
    • Carmen - Hugues Darmois Harald Maury Dominique Hennequin Bernard Leroux
    • A Chorus Line -Jonathan Bates Christopher Newman Gerry Humphreys
    • The Cotton Club - Edward Beyer Jack C. Jacobsen David Carroll
  • 1984 - The Killing Fields - Ian Fuller Clive Winter Bill Rowe
    • Carmen - Carlos Faruelo Alfonso Marcos Antonio Illán
    • Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes - Ivan Sharrock Gordon K. McCallum Les Wiggins Roy Baker
    • Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom - Ben Burtt Simon Kaye Laurel Ladevich
  • 1983 - WarGames - Willie D. Burton Michael J. Kohut William L. Manger
    • Flashdance - James E. Webb Robert Knudson Robert Glass Don Digirolamo
    • Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi - Ben Burtt Tony Dawe Gary Summers
    • La traviata - Cesare D'Amico Jean-Louis Ducarme Claude Villand Federico Savina
  • 1980 - Fame - Christopher Newman Les Wiggins Michael J. Kohut
    • All That Jazz - Maurice Schell Christopher Newman Dick Vorisek
    • Don Giovanni - Jean-Louis Ducarme Jacques Maumont Michelle Nenny
    • The Rose - James E. Webb Chris McLaughlin Kay Rose Theodore Soderberg
    • Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back - Peter Sutton Ben Burtt Bill Varney
  • 1978 - Star Wars - Sam Shaw Robert R. Rutledge Gordon Davidson Gene Corso Derek Ball Don MacDougall Bob Minkler Ray West Michael Minkler Les Fresholtz Richard Portman Ben Burtt
  • 1977 - A Bridge Too Far - Peter Horrocks Gerry Humphreys Simon Kaye Robin O'Donoghue Les Wiggins
    • Network - Jack Fitzstephens Marc Laub Sanford Rackow James Sabat Dick Vorisek
    • New York, New York - Kay Rose Michael Colgan James Fritch Larry Jost Richard Portman
    • A Star Is Born - Robert Glass Robert Knudson Marvin I. Kosberg Tom Overton Josef von Stroheim Dan Wallin
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The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Award for Best Sound has been presented to its winners since 1968 and sound designers of all nationalities are eligible to receive the award.

Winners 1968-present

  • 1985 - Amadeus - John Nutt Christopher Newman Mark Berger
    • Carmen - Hugues Darmois Harald Maury Dominique Hennequin Bernard Leroux
    • A Chorus Line -Jonathan Bates Christopher Newman Gerry Humphreys
    • The Cotton Club - Edward Beyer Jack C. Jacobsen David Carroll
  • 1977 - A Bridge Too Far - Peter Horrocks Gerry Humphreys Simon Kaye Robin O'Donoghue Les Wiggins
    • Network - Jack Fitzstephens Marc Laub Sanford Rackow James Sabat Dick Vorisek
    • New York, New York - Kay Rose Michael Colgan James Fritch Larry Jost Richard Portman
    • A Star Is Born - Robert Glass Robert Knudson Marvin I. Kosberg Tom Overton Josef von Stroheim Dan Wallin


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