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37th annual Annie Awards 2009


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    Annie Awards Nominations Announced

    ASIFA-Hollywood has announced the 37th Annual Annie Award nominees . Award recipients will claim their trophies at the 37th Annual Annie Awards scheduled for Saturday, February 6, 2010 at UCLA's Royce Hall in Los Angeles, California.Also announced are the Winsor McCay Award recipients for 2009: Tim Burton, Bruce Timm and Jeffrey Katzenberg.

    The nominees:

    Best Animated Feature Character Animation in a Feature Production
    Directing in a Feature Production Writing in a Feature Production Production Design in a Feature Production Storyboarding in a Feature Production Voice Acting in a Feature Production Music in a Feature Production Animated Effects Character Design in a Feature Production

    Character Animation in a Television Production

    Best Animated Television Production
    Best Animated Television Production for Children full list at:
    The Annie Awards
    Last edited by ALIASd; 12-01-2009, 10:20 AM.
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    Walt Disney Animation Studios dominated the 37th annual Annie Award nominations announced Tuesday morning with 17 nods, including eight for "The Princess and the Frog" and nine for its upcoming ABC TV special, "Prep and Landing."

    Disney dominates Annie Award nominations | The Circuit: Awards and Festivals News | Los Angeles Times
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      Wow, the list of nominees really reminds you how great a year it was for animation. In any other year, "Up" and "The Princess and the Frog" would be locks. Don't count out "Fantastic Mr. Fox" or "Coraline." Stop-motion could get its due this year.
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        Pixar Animation Studio's "Up" was named best animated feature at the 37th annual Annie (animation) Awards, Saturday at UCLA's Royce Hall.

        Nominated for five Academy Awards, "Up" is the odds-on favorite to win the Oscar for animated feature, and is only the second animated film to earn a nomination in the best picture category. It is also nominated for best screenplay, music and sound editing Oscars.

        Other big Annie winners were "Coraline" and "The Princess and the Frog," with three awards each.

        Disney/Pixar's "Up" earned a total of two Annie trophies -- best animated feature and Pete Docter for direction -- extending its string of prior awards including last month's Golden Globe. In all, awards were presented in 23 Annie categories in features, TV and commercials.

        The Annie for best animated feature has matched the eventual Oscar winner each year since the Academy Awards first awarded the category in 2002, except for twice. A year ago, the Annie Awards came under some scrutiny after DreamWorks' "Kung Fu Panda" dominated the Annies and won the top prize, shutting out eventual Oscar winner "Wall-E" from Pixar.

        'Up' wins best feature at Annie Awards
        "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006


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