The Annie awards were recently handed out, with Disney’s Frozen scooping five awards including the top prize. It’s the surest sign yet that the film is on its way to Academy Awards glory. Get A Horse! won the award for animated short film, which asserts it as the Oscar favorite in its own category. The short cartoon uses Walt Disney’s voice for the mouse, combining 3D with 2D in a visual feast that animators will certainly appreciate.
The Croods, another animated feature nominee, picked up three awards, while Pacific Rim and The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey were also among the winners. Monsters University, a film left out by the Academy, won two awards.
All feature film winners are below, and a full list is available on the official website. Just CLICK HERE.
2014 Annie Award Winners
Best Animated Feature – Frozen
Best Animated Short Subject – Get A Horse!
Animated Effects in an Animated Production – The Croods
Animated Effects in a Live Action Production – Pacific Rim
Character Animation in a Featured Production – The Croods
Character Animation in a Live Action Production – The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
Character Design in an Animated Feature – The Croods
Directing in an Animated Feature – Frozen
Music in an Animated Feature – Frozen
Production Design in an Animated Feature – Frozen
Storyboarding in an Animated Feature – Monsters University
Voice Acting in an Animated Feature – Frozen
Writing in an Animated Feature – The Wind Rises
Editorial in an Animated Feature – Monsters University
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