1998 C.A.S. Award
Winners were announced at the C.A.S. Awards Banquet
on March 6, 1999
C.A.S. Career Achievement Award
Keith A. Wester, C.A.S. - Production Mixer
Timothy P. Salmon - Boom Operator
Randy Nielson - 2nd Boom Operator
Greg Salmon - Utility Sound Technician
Doug Schulman - 2nd Unit Production Mixer
Greg Frazier - 2nd Unit Boom Operator
The Horse Whisperer
Tod A. Maitland, C.A.S. - Production Mixer
The Mask of Zorro
Pud Cusack - Production Mixer
David Allen Smith - Boom Operator
Leon Sandoval - Utility Sound Technician
WINNER - Saving Private Ryan
Ron Judkins, C.A.S. - Production Mixer
The X-Files Movie
Geoffrey Patterson, C.A.S. - Production Mixer
Television Movie-of-the-Week, Mini-Series or Special
WINNER - "From the Earth to the Moon" - Part 12 - Mini-Series
Production Mixer- Joseph Foglia, C.A.S.
"Mama Flora's Family" - Part 2 - Mini-Series
Production Mixer- Mary Ellis
"The Rat Pack" - MOW
Production Mixer- Felipe Borrero, C.A.S.
"The Temptations" - Part 1 - Mini-Series
Production Mixer- Russel Williams II
"Winchell" - MOW
Production Mixer- Richard R. VanDyke, C.A.S.
Ally McBeal "Making Spirits Bright"
Paul Lewis - Production Mixer
WINNER - Buffy the Vampire Slayer "Lover's Walk"
David Barr-Yaffee, C.A.S. - Production Mixer
Chicago Hope "100 and One Damnations"
Russell Fager, C.A.S. - Production Mixer
Lowell Harris, C.A.S. - Production Mixer
Jag "Gypsy Eyes"
Sean Rush - Production Mixer
N.Y.P.D. Blue "Hearts and Souls"
Joe Kenworthy, C.A.S. - Production Mixer
(Note: there are 6 television series nominees due to a tie)