36th Annie Awards

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36th Annie Awards
Date January 30, 2009 (2009-01-30)
Site Royce Hall
Los Angeles, California, USA
Host Tom Kenny[1]
Organizer ASIFA-Hollywood
Highlights
Best Film Kung Fu Panda
Best Direction John Stevenson and Mark Osborne
Kung Fu Panda
Most awards Kung Fu Panda (11)
Most nominations Kung Fu Panda (17)[1]
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The 36th Annual Annie Awards, honoring the best in animation for 2008, were held on January 30, 2009 at Royce Hall in Los Angeles, California.[1] Below is a list of announced nominees. Kung Fu Panda received the most awards with 11, winning nearly all of its nominations.

Production nominees[edit]

Best Animated Feature[edit]

Annie Award for Best Home Entertainment Production[edit]

Annie Award for Best Animated Short Subject[edit]

Annie Award for Best Animated Television Commercial[edit]

  • United Airlines "Heart"
    • Giant Monster
    • Long Legs Mr. Hyde
    • Rotofugi: The Collectors
    • Sarah

Annie Award for Best Animated Television Production[edit]

Best Animated Television Production for Children[edit]

Annie Award for Best Animated Video Game[edit]

Individual Achievement[edit]

Animated Effects[edit]

Character Animation in a Feature Production[edit]

Character Animation in a Television Production[edit]

Character Design in an Animated Feature Production[edit]

Character Design in an Animated Television Production[edit]

Directing in an Animated Feature Production[edit]

Directing in an Animated Television Production[edit]

Music in an Animated Feature Production[edit]

Music in an Animated Television Production or Short Form[edit]

  • Henry Jackman, Hans Zimmer & John PowellSecrets of the Furious Five – DreamWorks Animation
    • Carl Finch & Brave Combo - Click and Clack’s As the Wrench Turns – CTTV Productions
    • Kevin KinerStar Wars The Clone Wars: Rising Malevolence – Lucasfilm Animation Ltd.
    • Guy Moon – Back at the Barnyard Cowman: The Uddered Avenger – Nickelodeon/Omation
    • Guy MichelmoreGrowing Up Creepie: Rockabye Freakie – Taffy Entertainment LLC

Production Design in an Animated Feature Production[edit]

Production Design in an Animated Television Production or Short Form[edit]

  • Tang Heng Secrets of the Furious Five – DreamWorks Animation
    • Andy Harkness Glago's Guest – Walt Disney Animation Studios
    • Seonna Hong – The Mighty B! "Bee Patients" – Nickelodeon
    • Dan Krall – Chowder "The Heavy Sleeper" – Cartoon Network Studios
    • Raymond Zibach Secrets of the Furious Five – DreamWorks Animation

Storyboarding in an Animated Feature Production[edit]

Storyboarding in an Animated Television Production or Short Form[edit]

  • Chris Williams Glago’s Guest' – Walt Disney Animation Studios
    • Butch HartmanFairly OddParents "Mission: Responsible" – Nickelodeon
    • Andy Kelly – Ni Hao, Kai-Lan "Twirly Whirly Flyers" – Nickelodeon Productions/Nelvana
    • Andy SchuhlerSecret of the Furious Five – DreamWorks Animation
    • Eddie Trigueros The Mighty B! "Name Shame"– Nickelodeon

Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Production[edit]

  • Dustin Hoffman – Voice of Shifu – Kung Fu Panda – DreamWorks Animation
    • Ben Burtt – Voice of Wall·E – Wall·E – Pixar Animation Studios
    • James Hong – Voice of Mr. Ping – Kung Fu Panda – DreamWorks Animation
    • Ian McShane – Voice of Tai Lung – Kung Fu Panda – DreamWorks Animation
    • Mark Walton – Voice of Rhino – Bolt – Walt Disney Animation Studios

Voice Acting in an Animated Television Production or Short Form[edit]

  • Ahmed Best – Voice of Jar Jar Binks – Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode II - ShadowMachine
    • Seth MacFarlane – Voice of Peter Griffin – Family Guy "I Dream of Jesus" – Fox TV Animation/Fuzzy Door Productions
    • Dwight Schultz – Voice of Mung Daal – Chowder "Apprentice Games" – Cartoon Network Studios

Writing in an Animated Feature Production[edit]

Writing in an Animated Television Production or Short Form[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c ASIFA-Hollywood (January 21, 2009). "SpongeBob's Tom Kenny to Host 36th Annual Annie Awards - January 30 At UCLA's Royce Hall" (Press release). PR Newswire. Retrieved January 31, 2014. 

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