Annie Award for Best Animated Short Subject

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The Annie Award for Best Animated Short Subject is an Annie Award given annually to the best animated short film. It was introduced in 1995. In 1998, the award was renamed to Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Short Subject, and renamed again to Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animated Short Subject in 1999, but went back to its second title in 2000. In 2005, it was again reverted to its original title, and has remained so ever since.

Awards[edit]

1990s[edit]

Year
(Ceremony)
Short film Production companies/Recipients
1995
(23rd)
Dexter's Laboratory Hanna-Barbera
Driving Mr. Pink Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Animation
George and Junior's Christmas Spectacular! Hanna-Barbera
Interview with Tallulah, Queen of the Universe Queen of the Universe Productions
Johnny Bravo Hanna-Barbera
1996
(24th)
Cow and Chicken - For episode "No Smoking" Hanna-Barbera
1997
(25th)
I Miss You - Björk's music video Spümcø
"Saturday Night Live" - For episode "The Ambiguously Gay Duo #2"
"Saturday Night Live" - For episode "The Ambiguously Gay Duo #3"
Action League Now!: Rock-a-Big Baby
The Big Hunt
1998
(26th)
Geri's Game Pixar Animation Studios
Redux Riding Hood Walt Disney Television Animation
T.R.A.N.S.I.T. Illuminated Film Company; Picture Start (associate)
Three Little Pigs Walt Disney Television Animation
Titey J.J. Sedelmaier Productions, Inc.
1999
(27th)
Bunny Blue Sky Studios
Al Tudi Tuhak Tod Polson
Living Forever FableVision Studios
More Bad Clams Productions

2000s[edit]

Year
(Ceremony)
Short film Production companies/Recipients
2000
(28th)
For the Birds Pixar Animation Studios
Ghost of Stephen Foster Matthew Nastuk; Raymond S. Persi
John Henry Walt Disney Pictures
Little Go Beep Warner Bros. Animation
Quick Draw El Kabong Wild Brain, Inc.
2001
(29th)
Hubert's Brain Wild Brain, Inc.
Mr. Digital Tokoro #1542 Nippon Television
Rejected Don Hertzfeldt
Stubble Trouble Calabash Animation
Tenacious D: Fuck Her Gently Spümcø
VAP Polygon Pictures; TV Club; Hakuhodo
2002
(30th)
The Story of "The Tortoise and the Hare" Ray Harryhausen; Screen Novelties International
The Groovenians Cartoon Network Studios
Night of the Living Doo Cartoon Network
2003
(31st)
Boundin' Pixar Animation Studios
Amanda Vinton Studios
Boys Night Out Barley Films, LTD.
Destino Walt Disney Pictures
Nibbles Acme Filmworks
2004
(32nd)
Lorenzo Walt Disney Pictures
Agricultural Report Barley Films
It's the Cat Mark Kausler
Rockfish Blur Studio
Ryan Copper Heart Entertainment; National Film Board of Canada
2005
(33rd)
The Fan and the Flower Atomic Television; Plymptoons Productions
Life in Transition Stretch Films
Milch Klasky Csupo
The Moon and the Son: An Imagined Conversation John Canemaker Productions
Moongirl Laika
2006
(34th)
No Time for Nuts Blue Sky Studios
Adventure Time Nickelodeon
Don't Download This Song Acme Filmworks
Fumi and the Bad Luck Foot Thunderbean Animation
2007
(35th)
Your Friend the Rat Pixar Animation Studios
"Shorty McShorts' Shorts" - For episode "Mascot Prep" Walt Disney Television Animation
The Chestnut Tree Picnic Pictures
Everything Will Be OK Bitter Films
How to Hook Up Your Home Theater Walt Disney Animation Studios
2008
(36th)
A Matter of Loaf and Death Aardman Animations
Glago's Guest Walt Disney Animation Studios
Hot Dog Bill Plympton Studios
Presto Pixar Animation Studios
Cookie Blues Luke Rosin (eLuko Productions)
2009
(37th)
Robot Chicken: Star Wars 2.5 ShadowMachine
Pups of Liberty Picnic Pictures
Santa, the Fascist Years Plymptoons
The Rooster, The Crocodile and The Night Sky Barley Films
The Story of Walls Badmash Animation Studios

2010s[edit]

Year
(Ceremony)
Short film Production companies/Recipients
2010
(38th)
Day & Night Pixar Animation Studios
The Renter Jason Carpenter
The Cow Who Wanted to Be a Hamburger Plymptoons Studio
Enrique Wrecks the World House of Chai
Coyote Falls Warner Bros. Animation
2011
(39th)
Adam and Dog Minkyu Lee
I Tawt I Taw A Puddy Tat Warner Bros. Animation
La Luna Pixar Animation Studios
(Notes on) Biology Ornana Films
Paths of Hate Platige Image
Sunday National Film Board of Canada
The Ballad of Nessie Walt Disney Animation Studios
The Girl and the Fox Base14
Wild Life National Film Board of Canada
2012[1]
(40th)
Paperman Walt Disney Animation Studios
Brad and Gary Illumination Entertainment
Bydlo National Film Board of Canada
Eyes on the Stars StoryCorps
Goodnight Mr. Foot Sony Pictures Animation
Kali the Little Vampire National Film Board of Canada
Maggie Simpson in The Longest Daycare Gracie Films; 20th Century Fox Television
The Simpsons – "Bill Plympton Couch Gag" Gracie Films; 20th Century Fox Television
2013[2]
(41st)
Get a Horse! Walt Disney Animation Studios
Despicable Me 2 – "Puppy" Illumination Entertainment
Gloria Victoria National Film Board of Canada
My Mom is an Airplane Acme Filmworks
The Numberlys Moonbot Studios

References[edit]

General
Specific
  1. ^ King, Susan (February 2, 2013). "40th Annie Award nominees and winners list". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved February 3, 2013. 
  2. ^ "Annie Award Nominations Unveiled". Deadline. December 2, 2013. Retrieved December 2, 2013.