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‘Frozen sweeps board at Annie Awards

Posted By : Animation Galaxy    At 04-02-2014 10:58:29

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LOS ANGELES  Walt Disney Animation’s ‘Frozen’ took top honors as Best Animated Feature at the 41st Annual Annie Awards held Saturday, February 1 at UCLA’s Royce Hall.

The Best Animated Special Production was awarded to ‘Chipotle Scarecrow’ (Chipotle Creative Department, Moonbot Studios) 

Best Animated Short Subject ‘Get A Horse!’ (Walt Disney Animation Studios)

Best Animated TV/Broadcast Commercial ‘Despicable Me 2' (Cinemark-Illumination Entertainment/Universal)

Best General Audience Animated TV/Broadcast Production for Preschool Children ‘Disney Sofia the First’ (Disney Television Animation)

Best Animated TV/Broadcast Production for Children’s Audience ‘Adventure Time’ (Cartoon Network Studios)

Best General Audience Animated TV/Broadcast Production ‘Futurama’ (20th Century Fox Television)

Best Animated Video Game ‘The Last of Us’ (Naughty Dog); and Best Student Film ‘Wedding Cake’ (Filmakademie Baden-Wuerttemberg - Viola Baier, Iris Frisch).

Often a predictor of the annual Academy Award for Best Animated Feature, the Annie Awards honor overall excellence as well as individual achievement in a total of 30 categories ranging from best feature, production design, character animation, and effects animation to storyboarding, writing, music, editing and voice acting.

The ceremony was live-streamed again this year at where animation enthusiasts and those who were unable to attend the event, could watch the show. A complete list of winners can be viewed at

“Our industry waits all year for this event and it never disappoints,” said ASIFA-Hollywood President, Frank Gladstone. “This was a terrific night with something for everyone. It was fun to take a look back at our history as well as celebrating and honoring what we have accomplished over the past year.”

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