WARREN SHAW
Supervising Sound Editor, Sound Designer, Re-Recording Mixer

Home Town: New York, NY
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Bio

“I never differentiate between ‘big’ films or ‘small’ films – for me the joy comes from collaborating with inspired and inspiring filmmakers of all kinds, helping them tell their stories.”Raised in New York City, at age eighteen Warren began working at one of the premier hip-hop studios in Manhattan, quickly moving up to engineer recording sessions for some of the best known artists in late-80's rap music. At age twenty-one Warren began working in sound for film and hasn't looked back since. His first film as a Supervising Sound Editor was the acclaimed indie "Jesus' Son." Since then, Warren has supervised sound for some of the top directors in film: Bill Condon, Sam Mendes, Philip Noyce, Tony Gilroy, Brett Ratner, Roger Michell. He has also enjoyed working with actor/directors; he's supervised sound for films directed by Robert De Niro, Sean Penn, and Steve Buscemi. He was the Supervising Sound Editor on 2002's "The Hours," which was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture. Most recently, he finished supervising sound on Disney's "Beauty and the Beast," which opens in March 2017.


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Select Credits

Supervising Sound Editor Mama Mia: Here We Go Again! Ol Parker Universal
Supervising Sound Editor Beauty and the Beast Bill Condon Disney
Supervising Sound Editor Jane Brett Morgen Public Road Prods
Supervising Sound Editor Kill Your Darlings John Krokidas Sony Classics
Supervising Sound Editor Salt Phillip Noyce Sony/ Columbia
Select Awards / Nominations

Golden Reel Nominee Salt Best Sound Editing, Effects & Foley

Golden Reel Nominee Revolutionary Road Best Sound Editing, Dialogue & ADR

Academy Award (Oscar) Nominee The Hours

Emmy Award Winner The Night Of

Golden Reel Nominee Princess Mononoke