We are thrilled to announce the Stuck On On audio team was nominated for a News & Documentary EMMY in the category of “Music & Sound” for our work on the PBS/Independent Lens/Keith Maitland directed TOWER. It was also nominated in the category of “Best Historical Documentary.”


Team Includes:
Audio Producer: Allison Turrell
Re-recording Mixer: Lyman Hardy
Sound Designer: Lyman Hardy
Dialogue Editor: Miles Foster-Greenwood
Foley Artist & Editor: Susan Fitz-Simon
Foley Mixer: Glenn Eanes

Excerpt from essay describing the process and creative thinking beyond our approach to the sound:

With TOWER, Keith Maitland has told a story that not only resonates with the survivors of that fateful day, but also with people who face these tragedies today, and makes those experiences relatable to those who have been more fortunate. It focuses on the power of kindness and generosity of strangers faced with impossible choices who are inextricably linked for the rest of their lives. Opening the doorway to the past can shed light on the future. I was humbled and honored that Keith entrusted the audio of TOWER to me, and I strove to tell the story as truthfully, accurately, and powerfully as I could.



In 2016, we worked with Austin Film Society (AFS) to develop another resource for up-and-coming Texas filmmakers. To compliment the existing grants offered, we created the Stuck On On DCP In-Kind Grant program.

The grant awards one theatrical digital cinema package (DCP) for two different feature films. The grant includes one 2K DCP creation and a 20% discount on a CRU formatted hard drive. Prices may vary on the hard drive depending on time of request. All other fees will be waived.

This allows filmmakers access to an affordable deliverable for film festival screenings or theatrical test screenings. Recent recipients include Anna Margaret Hollyman—her short Maude premiered this year at Sundance and A. J. Edward’s upcoming feature Friday’s Child.


loving_2016_filmWe had the pleasure of providing screening support for Jeff Nichols’ latest film Loving. It premiered at Cannes and was nominated for a Palme d’Or. It will be released this fall. The story is about Richard and Mildred Loving, an interracial couple, who are sentenced to prison in Virginia in 1958 for getting married.