Annie Award for Best Animated Feature

The Annie Award for Best Animated Feature is an Annie Award introduced in 1992, awarded annually to the best animated feature film.

Annie Award for Best Animated Feature
Awarded forExcellence in film animation
CountryUnited States
Presented byASIFA-Hollywood
First awardedBeauty and the Beast (1992)
Currently held bySoul (2020)
Websiteannieawards.org

HistoryEdit

In 1998 the award was renamed Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Theatrical Feature,[1] only to revert to its original title again in 2001.

Winners and nomineesEdit

1990sEdit

Year Film Studios
1992
(20th)
[2]
Beauty and the Beast Walt Disney Pictures
Bébé's Kids Hyperion, Paramount Pictures
FernGully: The Last Rainforest 20th Century Fox, FAI Films, Kroyer Films
1993
(21st)
[3]
Aladdin Walt Disney Pictures
Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland Tokyo Movie Shinsha
Once Upon a Forest 20th Century Fox
1994
(22nd)
[4]
The Lion King Walt Disney Pictures
Batman: Mask of the Phantasm Warner Bros. Animation
The Nightmare Before Christmas Touchstone Pictures, Skellington Productions
1995
(23rd)
[5]
Pocahontas Walt Disney Feature Animation
A Goofy Movie Walt Disney Television Animation
The Swan Princess Rich Entertainment
1996
(24th)
[6]
Toy Story Walt Disney Pictures, Pixar Animation Studios
Ghost in the Shell Shochiku, Production I.G.
The Hunchback of Notre Dame Walt Disney Pictures
James and the Giant Peach Walt Disney Pictures, Skellington Productions, Allied Filmmakers
Balto Universal Pictures, Amblimation
1997
(25th)
[7]
Cats Don't Dance Warner Bros. Pictures, Turner Feature Animation, David Kirschner Productions
Hercules Walt Disney Feature Animation
Space Jam Warner Bros. Pictures, Warner Bros. Feature Animation
1998
(26th)
[1]
Mulan Walt Disney Feature Animation
Anastasia 20th Century Fox, Fox Animation Studios
Quest for Camelot Warner Bros. Feature Animation
I Married a Strange Person! Bill Plympton
1999
(27th)
[8]
The Iron Giant Warner Bros. Feature Animation
A Bug's Life Walt Disney Pictures, Pixar Animation Studios
The Prince of Egypt DreamWorks Pictures
South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut Paramount Pictures
Tarzan Walt Disney Pictures

2000sEdit

Year Film Studios
2000
(28th)
[9]
Toy Story 2 Walt Disney Pictures, Pixar Animation Studios
Chicken Run Aardman Animations, DreamWorks SKG, Pathé
Fantasia 2000 Walt Disney Pictures, Walt Disney Feature Animation
The Road to El Dorado DreamWorks SKG
Titan A.E. 20th Century Fox Animation, Fox Animation Studios, David Kirschner Productions
2001
(29th)
[10]
Shrek DreamWorks Animation, PDI
Blood: The Last Vampire IG Plus, IPA, Sony Computer Entertainment, SPE Visual Works
The Emperor's New Groove Walt Disney Feature Animation
Osmosis Jones Warner Bros. Pictures, Warner Bros. Feature Animation
2002
(30th)
[11]
Spirited Away Studio Ghibli
Ice Age 20th Century Fox Animation, Blue Sky Studios
Lilo & Stitch Walt Disney Pictures
Monsters, Inc. Pixar Animation Studios
Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron DreamWorks
2003
(31st)
[12]
Finding Nemo Pixar Animation Studios
Brother Bear Walt Disney Pictures, Walt Disney Feature Animation
Looney Tunes: Back In Action Warner Bros. Feature Animation
Millennium Actress Go Fish Pictures
The Triplets of Belleville Les Armateurs
2004
(32nd)
[13]
The Incredibles Pixar Animation Studios
Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence Go Fish Pictures
Shrek 2 DreamWorks Animation
The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie Paramount Pictures, Nickelodeon Movies, United Plankton Pictures
2005
(33rd)
[14][15]
Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit Aardman Animations, DreamWorks Animation
Chicken Little Walt Disney Feature Animation
Corpse Bride Laika Entertainment Production, Warner Bros. Pictures
Howl's Moving Castle Walt Disney Pictures, Studio Ghibli
Madagascar DreamWorks Animation
2006
(34th)
[16]
Cars Pixar Animation Studios
Happy Feet Warner Bros. Pictures, Animal Logic, Kennedy Miller Mitchell, Village Roadshow Pictures
Monster House Amblin Entertainment, Columbia Pictures, ImageMovers
Over the Hedge DreamWorks Animation
Open Season Columbia Pictures, Sony Pictures Animation
2007
(35th)
[17]
Ratatouille Pixar Animation Studios
Bee Movie DreamWorks Animation
Persepolis Sony Pictures Classics
The Simpsons Movie 20th Century Fox Animation
Surf's Up Sony Pictures Animation
2008
(36th)
[18]
Kung Fu Panda DreamWorks Animation
$9.99 Sherman Pictures, Lama Films
Bolt Walt Disney Animation Studios
WALL-E Pixar Animation Studios
Waltz with Bashir Bridgit Folman, Les Films D'ici, Razor Films, Sony Pictures Classics
2009
(37th)
[19]
Up Pixar Animation Studios
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs Sony Pictures Animation
Coraline Laika
Fantastic Mr. Fox 20th Century Fox
The Princess and the Frog Walt Disney Animation Studios
The Secret of Kells Cartoon Saloon

2010sEdit

Year Film Studios
2010
(38th)
[20]
How to Train Your Dragon DreamWorks Animation
Despicable Me Illumination Entertainment, Universal Pictures
Toy Story 3 Walt Disney Pictures, Pixar Animation Studios
The Illusionist Django Films
Tangled Walt Disney Pictures
2011
(39th)
[21][22]
Rango Nickelodeon Movies, Paramount Pictures, Blind Wink, GK Films Production
The Adventures of Tintin Amblin Entertainment, The Kennedy/Marshall Company, WingNut Films
Arthur Christmas Aardman Animations, Sony Pictures Animation
Cars 2 Pixar Animation Studios
A Cat in Paris Folimage
Chico & Rita Chico & Rita Distribution Limited
Kung Fu Panda 2 DreamWorks Animation
Puss in Boots
Rio Blue Sky Studios
Arrugas (Wrinkles) Perro Verde Films, S.L.
2012
(40th)
[23]
Wreck-It Ralph Walt Disney Animation Studios
Brave Pixar Animation Studios
Frankenweenie The Walt Disney Studios
Hotel Transylvania Sony Pictures Animation
ParaNorman Laika, Focus Features
The Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists! Aardman Animations, Sony Pictures Animation
The Rabbi's Cat GKIDS
Rise of the Guardians DreamWorks Animation
2013
(41st)
[24]
Frozen Walt Disney Animation Studios
The Croods DreamWorks Animation
Despicable Me 2 Illumination Entertainment
Ernest & Celestine Les Armateurs
A Letter to Momo Production I.G
Monsters University Pixar Animation Studios
The Wind Rises Studio Ghibli, Touchstone Pictures
2014
(42nd)
[25]
How to Train Your Dragon 2 DreamWorks Animation Studios SKG
The Tale of the Princess Kaguya Studio Ghibli, GKIDS
Big Hero 6 Walt Disney Animation Studios
The Book of Life 20th Century Fox, Reel FX Animation Studios
The Boxtrolls Laika, Focus Features
Cheatin' Plymptoons Studio
The Lego Movie Warner Bros. Pictures, Warner Animation Group
Song of the Sea Cartoon Saloon, GKIDS
2015
(43rd)
[26][27]
Inside Out Pixar Animation Studios
Anomalisa Paramount Pictures
The Good Dinosaur Pixar Animation Studios
The Peanuts Movie 20th Century Fox Animation, Blue Sky Studios
Shaun the Sheep Movie Aardman Animations
2016
(44th)
[28][29]
Zootopia Walt Disney Animation Studios
Finding Dory Pixar Animation Studios
Kubo and the Two Strings Laika
Kung Fu Panda 3 DreamWorks Animation
Moana Walt Disney Animation Studios
2017
(45th)
[30][31]
Coco Pixar Animation Studios
The Boss Baby DreamWorks Animation
Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie
Cars 3 Pixar Animation Studios
Despicable Me 3 Illumination Entertainment
2018
(46th)
[32][33]
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Sony Pictures Animation
Early Man Aardman Animations
Incredibles 2 Pixar Animation Studios
Isle of Dogs Fox Searchlight Pictures, Indian Paintbrush, American Empirical Pictures
Ralph Breaks the Internet Walt Disney Animation Studios
2019
(47th)
[34][35]
Klaus Netflix Animation, The Spa Studios, Atresmedia Cine
Frozen II Walt Disney Animation Studios
How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World DreamWorks Animation
Missing Link Laika
Toy Story 4 Pixar Animation Studios

2020sEdit

Year Film Studios
2020
(48th)
[36][37]
Soul Pixar Animation Studios
The Croods: A New Age DreamWorks Animation
Trolls World Tour
Onward Pixar Animation Studios
The Willoughbys Netflix Animation, BRON Animation, Creative Wealth Media
2021
(49th)
[38]
Encanto Walt Disney Animation Studios
Luca Pixar Animation Studios
Raya and the Last Dragon Walt Disney Animation Studios
Sing 2 Illumination
The Mitchells vs. the Machines Sony Pictures Animation

Multiple wins and nominations by studioEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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