List of Pixar awards and nominations (feature films)

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List of awards won by Pixar
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Pixar's studio lot in Emeryville.
Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 210 209
Footnotes

Pixar Animation Studios, a CGI animation production company subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company, based in Emeryville, California, United States has won since its creation in 1979 as a division of Lucasfilm many awards including 12 Academy Awards, 6 Golden Globes and 11 Grammys.

The following is a list of all the feature films Pixar has released with the nominations and awards they received.

Films[edit]

Toy Story[edit]

Toy Story was released in 1995 to be the first feature film in history produced using only computer animation. The family film, directed by John Lasseter and starring Tom Hanks and Tim Allen, went on to gross over $191 million in the United States during its initial theatrical release[Toy Story 1] and took in more than $356M worldwide. Reviews were overwhelmingly positive, praising both the technical innovation of the animation and the wit and sophistication of the screenplay.[Toy Story 2][Toy Story 3]

Awards for Toy Story[Toy Story 4]
Year Association Award Category Recipient (if any) Status
1995 Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards[Toy Story 5] Best Animation Won
1996 ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards Tox Box Office Films of 1995 Award Randy Newman Won
Academy Awards[Toy Story 6] Best Original Musical or Comedy Score Randy Newman Nominated
Best Original Song
for "You've Got a Friend in Me"
Randy Newman Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Joss Whedon, Andrew Stanton, Joel Cohen, Alec Sokolow, John Lasseter, Pete Docter & Joe Ranft Nominated
Special Achievement John Lasseter Won
Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films Best Fantasy Film Nominated
Best Writing Joss Whedon, Alec Sokolow, Andrew Stanton & Joel Cohen Nominated
Annie Awards Best Animated Feature Won
Best Individual Achievement: Animation Pete Docter Won
Best Individual Achievement: Directing John Lasseter Won
Best Individual Achievement: Music Randy Newman Won
Best Individual Achievement: Producing Bonnie Arnold & Ralph Guggenheim Won
Best Individual Achievement: Production Design Ralph Eggleston Won
Best Individual Achievement: Technical Achievement Won
Best Individual Achievement: Writing Andrew Stanton, Joss Whedon, Joel Cohen & Alec Sokolow Won
Chicago Film Critics Association Best Original Score Randy Newman Won
Golden Globes Best Motion Picture - Comedy/Musical Nominated
Best Original Song - Motion Picture,
for the song "You've Got a Friend in Me"
Randy Newman Nominated
Hugo Awards Best Dramatic Presentation Nominated
Kansas City Film Critics Circle Best Animated Film Won
Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Movie Nominated
MTV Movie Awards Best On-Screen Duo Tim Allen & Tom Hanks Nominated
Motion Picture Sound Editors Best Sound Editing - Animated Feature Gary Rydstrom Won
PGA Awards Special Award of Merit Bonnie Arnold & Ralph Guggenheim Won
Sci-Fi Universe Magazine Universe Reader's Choice Award
Best Fantasy Film
Won
Young Artist Awards Best Family Feature - Musical or Comedy Won
Best Voiceover Performance by a Young Actress Sarah Freeman Won
1997 BAFTA Awards Best Achievement in Special Visual Effects Eben Ostby & William Reeves Nominated
2001 Online Film Critics Society Best DVD
(The Ultimate Toy Box Edition)
Nominated
Online Film Critics Society Best DVD Special Features
(The Ultimate Toy Box Edition)
Nominated
2005 National Film Preservation Board Added to the National Film Registry Won

A Bug's Life[edit]

A Bug's Life (officially trademarked as a bug's life) was released on November 25, 1998 in the United States. It tells the tale of an oddball individualist ant who hires what he thinks are "warrior bugs" (actually circus performers) to fight off greedy grasshoppers. The film was directed by John Lasseter and is also the last film appearance of Roddy McDowall and Madeline Kahn.

Awards for A Bug's Life[A Bug's Life 1]
Year Association Award Category Recipient (if any) Status
1998 Kansas City Film Critics Circle Best Animated Film Won
Los Angeles Film Critics Association Best Animation - Feature-Length Won
1999 Academy Awards[A Bug's Life 2] Best Original Musical or Comedy Score Randy Newman Nominated
Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films Best Fantasy Film Nominated
Annie Awards[A Bug's Life 3] Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Theatrical Feature Nominated
Outstanding Individual Achievement for Directing in an Animated Feature Production John Lasseter & Andrew Stanton Nominated
Outstanding Individual Achievement for Production Design in an Animated Feature Production William Cone Nominated
Outstanding Individual Achievement for Writing in an Animated Feature Production John Lasseter, Andrew Stanton, Joe Ranft, Don McEnery & Bob Shaw Nominated
Blockbuster Entertainment Awards Favorite Animated Family Movie Won
Bogey Awards Bogey Award in Silver Won
Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards Best Animated Film Won
(tied with
The Prince of Egypt)
Best Family Film Won
Casting Society of America Best Casting for Animated Voiceover Ruth Lambert Won
Chicago Film Critics Association Best Original Score Randy Newman Nominated
Golden Globes Best Original Score Randy Newman Nominated
Golden Screen Awards Golden Screen Won
Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Movie Nominated
Motion Picture Sound Editors Best Sound Editing - Animated Feature Gary Rydstrom, Tim Holland, Pat Jackson, Michael Silvers, Mary Helen Leasman & Marian Wilde Won
Best Sound Editing, Music - Animated Feature Unknown Nominated
Satellite Awards[A Bug's Life 4] Best Motion Picture - Animated or Mixed Media Darla K. Anderson &Kevin Reher Won
Young Artist Awards Best Family Feature - Animated Nominated
Best Performance in a Voice Over in a Feature or TV - Best Young Actress Hayden Panettiere Nominated
2000 BAFTA Awards Best Achievement in Special Visual Effects William Reeves, Eben Ostby, Rick Sayre & Sharon Callahan Nominated
Grammy Awards Best Instrumental Composition Randy Newman Won
Best Song
(for the song "The Time of Your Life")
Randy Newman Nominated

Toy Story 2[edit]

Toy Story 2 was released in 1999, directed by John Lasseter, Lee Unkrich and Ash Brannon. The movie keeps most of the original characters and voices from Toy Story, including Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Don Rickles, Jim Varney, Wallace Shawn, Annie Potts, and John Ratzenberger. They are joined by new characters voiced by Joan Cusack, Kelsey Grammer, Wayne Knight, and Estelle Harris.

Awards for Toy Story 2[Toy Story 2 1]
Year Association Award Category Recipient (if any) Status
2000 ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards Top Box Office Films of 2000 Award Randy Newman Won
Academy Awards[Toy Story 2 2] Best Original Song
(for "When She Loved Me")
Randy Newman Nominated
Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films Best Fantasy Film Nominated
Best Music Randy Newman Nominated
Annie Awards[Toy Story 2 3] Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Theatrical Feature Won
Outstanding Individual Achievement for Character Animation Doug Sweetland Nominated
Outstanding Individual Achievement for Directing in an Animated Feature Production John Lasseter, Lee Unkrich & Ash Brannon Won
Outstanding Individual Achievement for Music in an Animated Feature Production Randy Newman Won
Outstanding Individual Achievement for Production Design in an Animated Feature Production William Cone & Jim Pearson Nominated
Outstanding Individual Achievement for Storyboarding in an Animated Feature Production Dan Jeup & Joe Ranft Won
Outstanding Individual Achievement for Voice Acting by a Female Performer in an Animated Feature Production Joan Cusack Won
Outstanding Individual Achievement for Voice Acting by a Male Performer in an Animated Feature Production Tim Allen Won
Outstanding Individual Achievement for Writing in an Animated Feature Production John Lasseter, Pete Docter, Ash Brannon, Andrew Stanton, Rita Hsiao, Doug Chamberlain & Chris Webb Won
Blockbuster Entertainment Awards Best Family Film (Internet Only) Won
Bogey Awards Bogey Award Won
Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards Best Animated Film Won
Casting Society of America Best Casting for Animated Voiceover - Feature Film Ruth Lambert
Nicolas Bauduin
Nominated
Golden Globes Best Picture – Musical or Comedy Won
Best Original Song
(for the song "When She Loved Me")
Randy Newman Nominated
Kansas City Film Critics Circle Best Animated Film Won
Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Movie Nominated
Favorite Voice from an Animated Movie Tim Allen Nominated
Favorite Voice from an Animated Movie Tom Hanks Nominated
Las Vegas Film Critics Society Best Animated Film Nominated
Best Song (for "When She Loved Me") Randy Newman Nominated
MTV Movie Awards Best On-Screen Duo Tim Allen & Tom Hanks Nominated
Motion Picture Sound Editors Best Sound Editing - Animated Feature Michael Silvers, Mary Helen Leasman, Shannon Mills, Teresa Eckton, Susan Sanford, Bruce Lacey & Jonathan Null Nominated
Best Sound Editing, Music - Animation Bruno Coon & Lisa Jaime Nominated
Online Film Critics Society Best Film Nominated
Best Screenplay, Original John Lasseter & Pete Docter Nominated
Satellite Awards[Toy Story 2 4] Best Motion Picture, Animated or Mixed Media Nominated
Best Original Song (for "When She Loved Me") Sarah McLachlan Nominated
Young Artist Awards Best Family Feature Film - Animated Won
2001 Grammy Awards Best Song (for "When She Loved Me") Randy Newman Won
Best Instrumental Composition Randy Newman Nominated
2005 Satellite Awards[Toy Story 2 5] Outstanding Youth DVD
(2-Disc Special Edition)
Won

Monsters, Inc.[edit]

Monsters, Inc. was released on November 2, 2001 in the United States, written by Jack W. Bunting, Jill Culton, Peter Docter, Ralph Eggleston, Dan Gerson, Jeff Pidgeon, Rhett Reese, Jonathan Roberts and Andrew Stanton. It was directed by Pete Docter, Lee Unkrich, and David Silverman. [Monsters, Inc. 1]

Monsters, Inc. premiered in the United States on October 28, 2001, and went into general release on November 2, 2001 and was a commercial and critical success, grossing over $525,366,597 worldwide.[Monsters, Inc. 2] Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes also reported extremely positive reviews with a fresh 94% approval rating.[Monsters, Inc. 3]

Awards for Monsters, Inc.[Monsters, Inc. 4]
Year Association Award Category Recipient (if any) Status
2002 ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards Top Box Office Films of 2002 Award Randy Newman Won
Academy Awards[Monsters, Inc. 5] Best Animated Film Pete Docter & John Lasseter Nominated
Best Original Score Randy Newman Nominated
Best Original Song
(for "If I Didn't Have You")
Randy Newman Won
Best Sound Editing Gary Rydstrom & Michael Silvers Nominated
Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films Best Fantasy Film Nominated
Best Writing Robert L. Baird & Daniel Gerson Nominated
American Cinema Editors Best Edited Feature Film - Comedy or Musical Jim Stewart Nominated
BAFTA Awards BAFTA Children's Award - Best Feature Film Darla K. Anderson, Pete Docter, Andrew Stanton & Daniel Gerson Won
Bogey Awards Bogey Award in Silver Won
Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards Best Animated Film Nominated
Golden Trailer Awards Best Animation/Family
(for "Trailer #1")
Won
Best Comedy Nominated
Hochi Film Awards Best Foreign Language Film Pete Docter, David Silverman & Lee Unkrich Won
Hugo Awards Best Dramatic Presentation Nominated
Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Voice from an Animated Movie Billy Crystal Nominated
Motion Picture Sound Editors Best Sound Editing - Animated Feature Film, Domestic and Foreign Gary Rydstrom, Michael Silvers, Karen G. Wilson, Jonathan Null, Tom Myers, Shannon Mills, Teresa Eckton, Stephen Kearney & Lindakay Brown Nominated
Best Sound Editing, Music - Animated Feature Bruno Coon Nominated
Online Film Critics Society Best Animated Feature Nominated
Phoenix Film Critics Society Best Animated Film Won
Best Family Film Nominated
Best Original Song,
(for "If I Didn't Have You")
Randy Newman Nominated
Satellite Awards[Monsters, Inc. 6] Best Motion Picture, Animated or Mixed Media Nominated
World Soundtrack Awards Best Original Song Written for a Film
(for "If I Didn't Have You")
Randy Newman, Billy Crystal & John Goodman Won
Best Original Soundtrack of the Year - Orchestral Randy Newman Nominated
Soundtrack Composer of the Year Randy Newman Nominated
Young Artist Awards Best Family Feature Film - Animation Nominated
2003 Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films Best DVD Special Edition Release Nominated
Annie Awards[Monsters, Inc. 7] Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Theatrical Feature Nominated
Outstanding Character Animation Doug Sweetland Won
Outstanding Character Animation John Kahrs Nominated
Outstanding Character Design in an Animated Feature Production Ricky Nierva Nominated
Outstanding Directing in an Animated Feature Production Pete Docter, Lee Unkrich & David Silverman Nominated
Outstanding Music in an Animated Feature Production Randy Newman Nominated
Outstanding Production Design in an Animated Feature Production Harley Jessup Nominated
Outstanding Writing in an Animated Feature Production Andrew Stanton & Daniel Gerson Nominated
DVD Exclusive Awards Best Audio Commentary, New Release Pete Docter, Lee Unkrich, John Lasseter & Andrew Stanton Nominated
Best Menu Design John Ross Won
Best Overall New Extra Features, New Release Jeff Kurtti, Michael Pellerin, Pete Docter & Bill Kinder Nominated
Grammy Awards *Best Song
(for "If I Didn't Have You")
Randy Newman Won
*Best Score Soundtrack Album Randy Newman Nominated
Satellite Awards[Monsters, Inc. 8] Best Youth DVD Won

Finding Nemo[edit]

Finding Nemo was released in 2003, written by Andrew Stanton, directed by Stanton and Lee Unkrich. It tells the story of the overly protective clownfish Marlin (Albert Brooks), who along with a regal tang called Dory (Ellen DeGeneres), searches for his son Nemo (Alexander Gould). Along the way he learns to take risks and that his son is capable of taking care of himself.

The film received overwhelmingly positive reviews and won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature. It was a financial blockbuster as it grossed over $864 million worldwide. It is the best-selling DVD of all time, with over 40 million copies sold as of 2006[Finding Nemo 1] and is the 2nd highest grossing G-rated movie of all time. In 2008, the American Film Institute named it the 10th greatest American Animated film ever made during their 10 Top 10. [Finding Nemo 2]

Awards for Finding Nemo[Finding Nemo 3]
Year Association Award Category Recipient (if any) Status
2003 DVD Exclusive Awards Best Behind-the-Scenes Program (New for DVD),
(for "Making Nemo")
Rick Butle & Bill Kinder Nominated
Best Deleted Scenes, Outtakes and Bloopers Bill Kinder, Andrew Stanton & Roger Gould Won
(tied with"The Osbournes: The First Season—Uncensored")
Best Games and Interactivities Bill Kinder & David Jessen Won
Best Menu Design Bill Kinder & David Jessen Won
Best New Movie Scenes
(Finished-Edited Into Movie or Stand-Alone),
for "Exploring the Reef with Jean-Michel Cousteau"
Roger Gould Nominated
Best Overall DVD, New Movie
(Including All Extra Features)
Bill Kinder & Jeffrey Lerner Nominated
European Film Awards Screen International Award Andrew Stanton & Lee Unkrich Nominated
Hollywood Film Festival Hollywood Film Award - Animation Andrew Stanton Won
National Board of Review Best Animated Feature Won
Toronto Film Critics Association Best Animated Film Won
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Best Screenplay, Original Bob Peterson, David Reynolds & Andrew Stanton Nominated
2004 Academy Awards[Finding Nemo 4] Best Animated Film Andrew Stanton Won
Best Original Score Thomas Newman Nominated
Best Sound Editing Gary Rydstrom & Michael Silvers Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Andrew Stanton, Bob Peterson & David Reynolds Nominated
Amanda Awards Best Foreign Film (Årets utenlandske kinofilm) Andrew Stanton Nominated
American Cinema Editors Best Edited Feature Film - Comedy or Musical David Ian Salter & Lee Unkrich Nominated
The American Screenwriters Association Discovery Screenwriting Award Andrew Stanton, Bob Peterson & David Reynolds Nominated
Annie Awards[Finding Nemo 5] Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Theatrical Feature Won
Outstanding Character Animation David Devan Nominated
Outstanding Character Animation Doug Sweetland Won
Outstanding Character Animation Gini Santos Nominated
Outstanding Character Design in an Animated Feature Production Ricky Nierva Won
Outstanding Directing in an Animated Feature Production Andrew Stanton & Lee Unkrich Won
Outstanding Effects Animation Justin Paul Ritter Nominated
Outstanding Effects Animation Martin Nguyen Won
Outstanding Music in an Animated Feature Production Thomas Newman Won
Outstanding Production Design in an Animated Feature Production Ralph Eggleston Won
Outstanding Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Production Ellen DeGeneres Won
Outstanding Writing in an Animated Feature Production Andrew Stanton, Bob Peterson & David Reynolds Won
BAFTA Awards Best Screenplay, Original Andrew Stanton, Bob Peterson & David Reynolds Nominated
BMI Film & TV Awards BMI Film Music Award Thomas Newman Won
Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards Best Animated Feature Won
Best Picture Nominated
Chicago Film Critics Association Best Picture Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Ellen DeGeneres Nominated
Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards Best Animated Film Won
European Film Awards Screen International Award Andrew Stanton & Lee Unkrich Nominated
Florida Film Critics Circle Awards Best Animation Won
Genesis Awards Feature Film - Animated Won
Golden Globes Best Picture Musical or Comedy Nominated
Golden Trailer Awards Best Animation/Family Nominated
Hugo Awards Best Dramatic Presentation - Long Form Nominated
Humanitas Prize Feature Film Category Award Andrew Stanton, Bob Peterson & David Reynolds Nominated
Kansas City Film Critics Circle Awards Best Animated Film Won
Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Movie Won
Favorite Voice from an Animated Movie Ellen DeGeneres Won
Las Vegas Film Critics Society Best Animated Film Won
MTV Movie Awards Best Comedic Performance Ellen DeGeneres Nominated
Best Movie Nominated
Motion Picture Sound Editors Best Sound Editing in Animated Features - Music Bill Bernstein Won
Best Sound Editing in Feature Film, Animated - Sound Gary Rydstrom, Michael Silvers, Al Nelson, Shannon Mills, Teresa Eckton, E.J. Holowicki, Dee Selby & Steve Slanec Nominated
Online Film Critics Society Best Animated Feature Won
Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards Best Animated Film Won
Best Picture Nominated
Satellite Awards[Finding Nemo 6] Best Motion Picture, Animated or Mixed Media Nominated
Best Original Score Thomas Newman Nominated
Best Youth DVD Nominated
Best DVD Extras Won
Saturn Awards Best Animated Film Won
Best DVD Special Edition Release Nominated
Best Music Thomas Newman Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Ellen DeGeneres Won
Best Writing Andrew Stanton, Bob Peterson & David Reynolds Nominated
Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America Best Script Andrew Stanton, Bob Peterson & David Reynolds Nominated
Visual Effects Society Awards Outstanding Character Animation in an Animated Motion Picture
(for "Inside the Whale")
Andrew Gordon & Brett Coderre Nominated
Outstanding Character Animation in an Animated Motion Picture
(for "Speaking Whale")
David DeVan and Gini Santos Won
Young Artist Awards Best Family Feature Film - Animation Won
Best Performance in a Voice-Over Role - Young Actor Alexander Gould Won
Best Performance in a Voice-Over Role - Young Actress Erica Beck Won

The Incredibles[edit]

The Incredibles was released in 2004, written and directed by Brad Bird, a former director and executive consultant of The Simpsons and the screenwriter/director of the critically acclaimed 1999 animated movie The Iron Giant. The Incredibles was originally developed as a traditionally-animated movie for Warner Bros., but after the studio shut down its division for fully animated theatrical features, Bird took the story with him to Pixar, where he reunited with John Lasseter. The Incredibles is the first Pixar film to win more than one Academy Award.

Awards for The Incredibles[The Incredibles 1]
Year Association Award Category Recipient (if any) Status
2004 Florida Film Critics Circle Awards Best Animation Won
Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards Best Animation Won
Best Score Michael Giacchino Won
National Board of Review Best Animated Feature Won
New York Film Critics Circle Awards Best Animated Film Won
Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards Best Animated Film Won
San Diego Film Critics Society Awards Best Animated Film Won
Seattle Film Critics Awards Best Animated Feature Won
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Best Animated Film Won
2005 ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards Top Box Office Films of 2005 Award Michael Giacchino Won
Academy Awards[The Incredibles 2] Best Sound Editing Michael Silvers & Randy Thom Won
Best Sound Mixing Randy Thom, Gary Rizzo
& Doc Kane
Nominated
Best Animated Feature Film Brad Bird Won
Best Original Screenplay Brad Bird Nominated
Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films Best Animated Film Won
Best Music Michael Giacchino Nominated
Best Writer Brad Bird Nominated
American Cinema Editors Best Edited Feature Film - Comedy or Musical Stephen Schaffer Nominated
Annie Awards[The Incredibles 3] Animated Effects Martin Ngyuen Won
Best Animated Feature Won
Character Animation Angus MacLane Won
Character Animation John Kahrs Nominated
Character Animation Peter Sohn Nominated
Character Animation Kureha Yokoo Nominated
Character Design in an Animated Feature Production Teddy Newton Nominated
Character Design in an Animated Feature Production Tony Fucile Won
Directing in an Animated Feature Production Brad Bird Won
Music in an Animated Feature Production Michael Giacchino Won
Production Design in an Animated Feature Production Lou Ramano Won
Storyboarding in an Animated Feature Production Kevin O'Brien Won
Storyboarding in an Animated Feature Production Ted Mathot Nominated
Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Production Brad Bird Won
Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Production Samuel L. Jackson Nominated
Writing in an Animated Feature Production Brad Bird Won
Art Directors Guild Feature Film - Period or Fantasy Film Lou Ramano & Ralph Eggleston Nominated
BAFTA Awards BAFTA Children's Award - Best Feature Film John Walker & Brad Bird Won
BET Comedy Awards Best Performance in an Animated Theatrical Film Samuel L. Jackson Won
BMI Film & TV Awards BMI Film Music Award Michael Giacchino Won
Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards Best Animated Feature Won
Best Composer Michael Giacchino Nominated
Best Popular Movie Nominated
Cinema Writers Circle Awards of Spain Best Foreign Film (Mejor Película Extranjera) Nominated
Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards Best Animated Film Won
Empire Awards Best Film Nominated
Golden Globes Best Picture – Musical or Comedy Nominated
Golden Trailer Awards Best Animation/Family
(For "Buckle Up")
Won
Best Comedy
(for "Buckle Up")
Nominated
Hugo Awards Best Dramatic Presentation - Long Form Won
Kansas City Film Critics Circle Awards Best Animated Film Won
Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Movie Won
Las Vegas Film Critics Society Best Animated Film Won
Las Vegas Film Critics Society Best Score Michael Giacchino Won
MTV Movie Awards Best Movie Nominated
Best On-Screen Team Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter, Spencer Fox & Sarah Vowell Nominated
MTV Movie Awards, Mexico Favorite Voice in an Animated Film Víctor Trujillo Nominated
Motion Picture Sound Editors Best Sound Editing in Feature Film - Animated Michael Silvers, Randy Thom, Sue Fox, Teresa Eckton, Kyrsten Mate Comoglio, E.J. Holowicki, Steve Slanec, Al Nelson &
Stephen M. Davis
Won
Online Film Critics Society Best Animated Feature Won
Best Score Michael Giacchino Won
Best Picture Nominated
Best Screenplay, Original Brad Bird Nominated
PGA Awards Motion Picture Producer of the Year Unknown Nominated
People's Choice Awards Favorite Animated Movie Nominated
Favorite Motion Picture Nominated
Satellite Awards[The Incredibles 4] Best Motion Picture, Animated or Mixed Media Won
Best Score Michael Giacchino Nominated
Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie: Animated/Computer Generated Nominated
Visual Effects Society Awards Outstanding Performance by an Animated Character in an Animated Motion Picture
(for the Bob Parr/Mr. Incredible character)
Craig T. Nelson, Bill Wise, Bill Sheffler & Bolhem Bouchiba Won
World Soundtrack Awards Discovery of the Year Michael Giacchino Won
Young Artist Awards Best Family Feature Film - Animation Won
Best Performance in a Voice-Over Role - Young Artist Spencer Fox Nominated
2006 Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films Best DVD Special Edition Release Nominated
Grammy Awards Best Instrumental Arrangement Gordon Goodwin for The Incredits Won
Best Score Soundtrack Album Michael Giacchino Nominated

Cars[edit]

Cars was released in 2006, directed by both John Lasseter and Joe Ranft. It was the seventh Disney/Pixar feature film, and the final film by Pixar before it was bought by Disney. Set in a world populated entirely by anthropomorphic cars and other vehicles, it features voices by Owen Wilson, Paul Newman (in his final non-documentary feature), Bonnie Hunt, Cheech Marin, Jenifer Lewis, Tony Shalhoub, John Ratzenberger, George Carlin, Larry the Cable Guy and Michael Keaton as well as voice cameos by several celebrities including Jeremy Piven, Richard Petty, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Bob Costas, Darrell Waltrip, Jay Leno, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Michael Schumacher, and Mario Andretti.

Awards for Cars[Cars 1]
Year Association Award Category Recipient (if any) Status
2006 Golden Trailer Awards Best Animation/Family Nominated
Golden Trailer Awards Best Voice Over Nominated
Hollywood Film Festival Best Animation of the Year John Lasseter Won
National Board of Review Best Animated Feature Won
Satellite Awards[Cars 2] Best Motion Picture, Animated or Mixed Media Nominated
Best Youth DVD Nominated
Southeastern Film Critics Association Best Animated Film Won
World Soundtrack Awards Best Original Song Written for Film,
for the song "Our Town"
Randy Newman & James Taylor Won
2007 Academy Awards[Cars 3] Best Animated Feature Film John Lasseter Nominated
Best Original Song
(for the song "Our Town")
Randy Newman Nominated
Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films Best Animated Film Won
Annie Awards[Cars 4] Best Animated Effects Keith Klohn Nominated
Best Animated Effects Erdem Taylan Nominated
Best Animated Feature Won
Best Character Animation in a Feature Production Carlos Baena Nominated
Best Character Animation in a Feature Production Bobby Podesta Nominated
Best Directing in an Animated Feature Production John Lasseter Nominated
Best Music in an Animated Feature Production Randy Newman Won
Best Production Design in an Animated Feature Production William Cone Nominated
Best Writing in an Animated Feature Production Dan Fogelman Nominated
Austin Film Critics Association Best Animated Film Won
BAFTA Awards Best Animated Feature Film John Lasseter Nominated
Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards Best Animated Feature Won
Best Soundtrack Nominated
Central Ohio Film Critics Association Best Animated Film Won
Golden Globes Best Animated Film Won
Grammy Awards Best Song
(for the song "Our Town")
Randy Newman Won
*Best Compilation Soundtrack Album Chris Mountain & Randy Newman Nominated
Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Animated Movie Nominated
Motion Picture Sound Editors Best Sound Editing Sound Effects, Foley, Dialogue and ADR for Feature Film Animation Tom Myers, Michael Silvers, Jonathan Null, Bruno Coon, Teresa Eckton, Shannon Mills, Dee Selby, Steve Slanec, Christopher Barrick, Jana Vance, Dennie Thorpe & Ellen Heuer Won
Online Film Critics Society Best Animation Nominated
PGA Awards Motion Picture Producer of the Year, Animated Motion Picture Darla K. Anderson Won
People's Choice Awards Favorite Family Movie Won
Favorite Movie Nominated
Favorite Song from a Movie
(for "Life on the Highway")
Gary LeVox, Jay DeMarcus & JoeDon Rooney Won
Favorite Song from a Movie
(for "Real Gone")
Sheryl Crow Nominated
Satellite Awards[Cars 5] Best Youth DVD (2nd nomination) Nominated
Visual Effects Society Awards Outstanding Animated Character in an Animated Motion Picture (for the character, "Mater") Larry the Cable Guy, Michael Krummhoefener, Tom Sanocki & Nancy Kato Won

Ratatouille[edit]

Ratatouille is a computer-animated film produced by Pixar and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures. The film was released on June 29, 2007 in the United States as the eighth movie produced by Pixar. It was directed by Brad Bird, who took over from Jan Pinkava in 2005. The plot follows Remy, a rat who dreams of becoming a chef and tries to achieve his goal by forming an alliance with a Parisian restaurant's garbage boy. Ratatouille was released to both critical acclaim and box office success, opening in 3,940 theaters domestically and debuting at #1 with $47 million,[Ratatouille 1] grossing further $206,445,654 in North America and a total of $624,445,654 worldwide.[Ratatouille 2] The film is on the 2007 top ten lists of multiple critics, including Michael Sragow of The Baltimore Sun as number one, A.O. Scott of The New York Times, Carina Chocano of the Los Angeles Times and Joe Morgenstern of The Wall Street Journal as number two.[Ratatouille 3]

Awards for Ratatouille[Ratatouille 4]
Year Association Award Category Recipient (if any) Status
February 24, 2008 Academy Awards[Ratatouille 5] Best Animated Film Brad Bird Won
Best Original Score Michael Giacchino Nominated
Best Sound Editing Randy Thom & Michael Silvers Nominated
Best Sound Mixing Randy Thom, Michael Semanick & Doc Kane Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Brad Bird, Jan Pinkava & Jim Capobianco Nominated
February 17, 2008 American Cinema Editors[Ratatouille 6] Best Edited Feature Film – Comedy or Musical Darren T. Holmes Nominated
February 8, 2008 Annie Awards[Ratatouille 7] Best Animated Effects Gary Bruins Nominated
Best Animated Effects Jon Reisch Nominated
Best Animated Feature Pixar Animation Studios Won
Best Character Animation in a Feature Production Michal Makarewicz Won
Best Character Design in an Animated Feature Production Carter Goodrich Won
Best Directing in an Animated Feature Production Brad Bird Won
Best Music in an Animated Feature Production Michael Giacchino Won
Best Production Design in an Animated Feature Production Harley Jessup Won
Best Storyboarding in an Animated Feature Production Ted Mathot Won
Best Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Production Janeane Garofalo Nominated
Best Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Production Ian Holm Won
Best Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Production Patton Oswalt Nominated
Best Writing in an Animated Feature Production Brad Bird Won
February 14, 2008 Art Directors Guild[Ratatouille 8] Feature Film – Fantasy Film Harley Jessup Nominated
December 9, 2007 Boston Society of Film Critics[Ratatouille 9] Best Screenplay Brad Bird Won
February 10, 2008 British Academy of Film and Television Arts[Ratatouille 10] Best Animated Film Brad Bird Won
January 7, 2008 Broadcast Film Critics Association[Ratatouille 11] Best Animated Feature Won
January 11, 2008 Central Ohio Film Critics Association[Ratatouille 12] Best Animated Feature Won
December 13, 2007 Chicago Film Critics Association[Ratatouille 13] Best Animated Feature Won
Best Original Screenplay Brad Bird Nominated
Christopher Award[Ratatouille 14] Feature Films Won
December 17, 2007 Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association[Ratatouille 15] Best Animated Feature Won
Empire Awards[Ratatouille 16] Best Film Nominated
Best Comedy Nominated
January 13, 2008 Golden Globes[Ratatouille 17] Best Animated Film Brad Bird Won
Golden Trailer Awards[Ratatouille 18] Best Animation/Family TV Spot Nominated
February 10, 2008 Grammy Awards[Ratatouille 19] Best Score Soundtrack Album Michael Giacchino Won
October 27, 2007 Hollywood Film Festival[Ratatouille 20] Animation of the Year Won
January 12, 2008 Kansas City Film Critics Circle[Ratatouille 21] Best Animated Film Won
March 29, 2008 Kids' Choice Awards[Ratatouille 22] Favorite Animated Movie Won
December 21, 2007 Las Vegas Film Critics Society Awards[Ratatouille 23] Best Animated Film Won
Best Family Film Won
December 9, 2007 Los Angeles Film Critics Association[Ratatouille 24] Best Animation Won
(tied with Persepolis)
February 21, 2008 Motion Picture Sound Editors[Ratatouille 25] Best Sound Editing in Feature Film: Animated Nominated
December 5, 2007 National Board of Review[Ratatouille 26] Best Animated Feature Won
January 9, 2008 Online Film Critics Society Awards[Ratatouille 27] Best Animation Won
Best Screenplay, Original Brad Bird Nominated
January 8, 2008 People's Choice Awards[Ratatouille 28] Favorite Family Movie Nominated
2008 Phoenix Film Critics Society Best Animated Film Won
February 2, 2008 PGA Awards[Ratatouille 29] Producer of the Year Award in Animated Motion Pictures Brad Lewis Won
December 17, 2007 Satellite Awards[Ratatouille 30] Best Motion Picture, Animated or Mixed Media Won
Best Original Score Michael Giacchino Nominated
Best Youth DVD Won
Saturn Awards Best Animated Film Won
Best Writing Brad Bird Won
February 21, 2008 Visual Effects Society Awards[Ratatouille 31] Outstanding Animated Character in an Animated Motion Picture, for "Colette" Janeane Garofalo, Jaime Landes, Konishi Sonoko & Paul Aichele Won
Outstanding Effects in an Animated Motion Picture, for the rapids Darwyn Peachey, Chen Shen, Eric Froemling & Tolga Goktekin Nominated
Outstanding Effects in an Animated Motion Picture, for the food Jon Reisch, Jason Johnston, Eric Froemling & Tolga Goktekin Won
Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Motion Picture Michael Fong, Apurva Shah, Christine Waggoner & Michael Fu Won
2008 Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association[Ratatouille 32] Best Animated Feature Won
2008 World Soundtrack Awards[Ratatouille 33] Best Original Song Written for Film
(for the song "Le Festin")
Michael Giacchino & Camille Nominated
Young Artist Awards[Ratatouille 34] Best Family Feature Film (Animation) Won

WALL-E[edit]

WALL-E (promoted with an interpunct as WALL·E) was released in 2008 and directed by Andrew Stanton. It follows the story of a robot named WALL-E who is designed to clean up a polluted Earth far in the future. He eventually falls in love with another robot named EVE, and follows her into outer space on an adventure.

After directing Finding Nemo, Stanton felt Pixar had created believable simulations of underwater physics and was willing to direct a film set in space. Most of the characters do not have actual human voices, but instead communicate with body language and robotic sounds, designed by Ben Burtt, that resemble voices. In addition, it is the first animated feature by Pixar to have segments featuring live-action characters.

Walt Disney Pictures released it in the United States and Canada on June 27, 2008. The film grossed $23.1 million on its opening day, and $63 million during its opening weekend in 3,992 theaters, ranking #1 at the box office. This ranks the third highest-grossing opening weekend for a Pixar film as of July 2008. Following Pixar tradition, WALL-E was paired with a short film, Presto, for its theatrical release. WALL-E has achieved highly positive reviews with an approval rating of 96% on the review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes. It grossed $531 million worldwide, won the 2009 Best Animated Film Golden Globe Award and is nominated for six Academy Awards, including Best Animated Feature.

It was nominated for the 2009 Kids' Choice Awards, but lost to Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa.

Awards for WALL-E
Date of ceremony Award Category Recipients and nominees Result
February 22, 2009 Academy Award[WALL-E 1] Best Animated Feature Andrew Stanton Won
Best Achievement in Music, Original Score Thomas Newman Nominated
Best Achievement in Music, Original Song Peter Gabriel, Thomas Newman ("Down to Earth") Nominated
Best Achievement in Sound Editing Ben Burtt, Matthew Wood Nominated
Best Achievement in Sound Mixing Tom Myers, Michael Semanick, Ben Burtt Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Andrew Stanton, Jim Reardon, Pete Docter Nominated
February 15, 2009 American Cinema Editors[WALL-E 2] Best Edited Feature Film – Comedy or Musical Stephen Schaffer Won
January 30, 2009 Annie Awards[WALL-E 3] Animated Effects Enrique Vila Nominated
Best Animated Feature Nominated
Character Animation in a Feature Production Victor Navone Nominated
Directing in an Animated Feature Production Andrew Stanton Nominated
Production Design in an Animated Feature Production Ralph Eggleston Nominated
Storyboarding in an Animated Feature Production Ronaldo Del Carmen Nominated
Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Production Ben Burtt Nominated
February 14, 2009 Art Directors Guild Awards[WALL-E 4][WALL-E 5] Excellence in Production Design for a Fantasy Film Nominated
February 8, 2009 Boston Society of Film Critics[WALL-E 6] Best Film Won
Best Animated Film Won
February 8, 2009 British Academy of Film and Television Arts[WALL-E 7] Best Animated Film Andrew Stanton Won
Best Film Music Thomas Newman Nominated
Best Sound Ben Burtt, Tom Myers, Michael Semanick, Matthew Wood Nominated
2008 British Academy Children's Awards[WALL-E 8] Best Feature Film Jim Morris, Andrew Stanton Won
January 8, 2009 Broadcast Film Critics[WALL-E 9] Best Animated Feature Won
Best Picture Nominated
Best Song Thomas Newman, Peter Gabriel Nominated
January 8, 2009 Central Ohio Film Critics Association[WALL-E 10] Best Animated Film Won
Best Original Score Thomas Newman Won
Best Film Won
Best Original Screenplay Andrew Stanton, Jim Reardon Won
Best Director Andrew Stanton Nominated
December 18, 2008 Chicago Film Critics Association[WALL-E 11] Best Picture Won
Best Animated Feature Won
Best Original Screenplay Andrew Stanton, Jim Reardon Won
Best Original Score Thomas Newman Won
Best Director Andrew Stanton Nominated
February 14, 2009 Cinema Audio Society Awards[WALL-E 12] Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Motion Pictures Ben Burtt, Tom Myers, Michael Semanick Nominated
December 17, 2008 Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Award[WALL-E 13] Best Animated Film Won
December 18, 2008 Florida Film Critics Circle Award Best Animated Feature Won
January 11, 2009 Golden Globe Awards.[WALL-E 14] Best Original Song —("Down to Earth") Peter Gabriel, Thomas Newman Nominated
Best Animated Film Won
February 8, 2009 Grammy Awards[WALL-E 15] Best Score Soundtrack Album for Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media Thomas Newman Nominated
Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media Thomas Newman, Peter Gabriel Won
Best Instrumental Arrangement Thomas Newman, Peter Gabriel Won
October 27, 2008 Hollywood Film Festival[WALL-E 16] Animation of the Year Andrew Stanton Won
August 8, 2009 Hugo Award[WALL-E 17] Best Dramatic Presentation, Long Form Andrew Stanton & Pete Docter, story; Andrew Stanton & Jim Reardon, screenplay; Andrew Stanton, director Won
2008 Kansas City Film Critics Circle[WALL-E 18] Best Animated Film Won
March 28, 2009 Kids' Choice Awards[WALL-E 19] Favorite Animated Movie Andrew Stanton Nominated
December 18, 2008 Las Vegas Film Critics Society[WALL-E 20] Best Animated Feature Won
December 9, 2008 Los Angeles Film Critics[WALL-E 21] Best Film Won
February 21, 2009 Motion Picture Sound Editors[WALL-E 22][WALL-E 23] Best Sound Editing: Sound Effects, Foley, Music, Dialogue and ADR Animation in a Feature Film Won
December 4, 2008 National Board of Review[WALL-E 24] Best Animated Feature Won
2008 National Movie Awards[WALL-E 25] Best Family Film Won
Special Honorary Award Pixar Won
April 25, 2009 Nebula Award[WALL-E 26] Best Script Andrew Stanton, Jim Reardon Won
December 10, 2008 New York Film Critics[WALL-E 27] Best Animated Film Won
January 19, 2009 Online Film Critics Society[WALL-E 28] Best Animated Feature Won
Best Picture Won
Best Director Andrew Stanton Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Andrew Stanton & Jim Reardon Won
Best Original Score Thomas Newman Nominated
Best Editing Stephen Schaffer Nominated
January 7, 2009 People's Choice Awards[WALL-E 29] Favorite Family Movie Won
2008 Phoenix Film Critics Society[WALL-E 30] Best Animated Film Won
January 24, 2009 Producers Guild of America[WALL-E 31] Animated Theatrical Motion Pictures Jim Morris Won
December 15, 2008 San Diego Film Critics Society[WALL-E 32] Best Animated Feature Won
December 14, 2008 Satellite Awards[WALL-E 33] Best Animated or Mixed Media Feature Won
Best Original Score Thomas Newman Nominated
Best Original Song Peter Gabriel Nominated
Best Sound Ben Burtt, Matthew Wood Nominated
June 25, 2009 Saturn Award[WALL-E 34][WALL-E 35] Best Animated Film Won
Best Director Andrew Stanton Nominated
October 21, 2008 Scream Awards[WALL-E 36][WALL-E 37] Best Science Fiction Movie Nominated
Breakout Performance Won
Best Scream-Play Nominated
December 2008 Southeastern Film Critics Association[WALL-E 38] Best Animated Film Won
August 3, 2008 Teen Choice Awards[WALL-E 39] Best Summer Comedy Movie Nominated
December 17, 2008 Toronto Film Critics Association[WALL-E 40] Best Animated Film Won
Best Picture Nominated
Best Director Nominated
February 21, 2009 Visual Effects Society[WALL-E 41] Outstanding Animated Character in an Animated Motion Picture Ben Burtt, Victor Navone, William Austin Lee, Jay Shuster Won
Outstanding Animation in an Animated Motion Picture Andrew Stanton, Jim Morris, Lindsey Collins, Nigel Hardwidge Won
Outstanding Effects Animation in an Animated Feature Motion Picture Jason Johnston, Keith Daniel Klohn, Enrique Vila, Bill Watral Won
2008 World Soundtrack Awards[WALL-E 42] Best Original Score of the Year Thomas Newman Nominated
Best Original Song Written Directly for Film Thomas Newman, Peter Gabriel ("Down to Earth") Won

Up[edit]

Up is a 2009 computer-animated film produced by Pixar Animation Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures. The film premiered on May 29, 2009, in North America, and opened the 2009 Cannes Film Festival, becoming the first animated and 3D film to do so.[Up 1] It was directed by Pete Docter, co-directed by Bob Peterson, and produced by Jonas Rivera.[Up 2] The film centers on an elderly widower, named Carl Fredricksen, and a young Wilderness Explorer, named Russell, who fly to South America in a house suspended by helium balloons. The movie was released with both critical acclaim and box office success, opening in 3,766 theaters domestically, debuting at number one with $68,108,790 dollars, and grossing $731,342,724 worldwide.[Up 3] and receiving the Golden Tomato, from the website Rotten Tomatoes, for highest rating feature in 2009,[Up 4] with an approval of 98% from film critics, based on 259 reviews.[Up 5]

It garnered various awards and nominations, most of them for the "Best Animated Picture" category and for the film's score. Up was nominated for five Academy Awards at the 2010 Ceremony, winning two of them, for Best Animated Feature and for Best Original Score. It is the second fully animated film to be nominated for Best Picture, the other being Beauty and the Beast,[Up 6] and also become the third consecutive Pixar film to win the Academy Award for Animated Feature, after Ratatouille and WALL-E.[Up 7] The film also won the Golden Globe for Best Original Score and the Best Animated Feature Film at the 67th Golden Globe Awards. The movie received nine nominations for the Annie Awards in eight categories, winning two awards for Best Animated Feature and Best Directing in a Feature Production. It also was selected as the Summer Movie Comedy at the 2009 Teen Choice Awards, and was also nominated for three Grammys at 52nd Grammy Awards, winning two of them. Rivera received the Motion Pictures Motion Picture Producer of the Year Award, for Animated Theatrical Motion Pictures, given by the Producers Guild of America, while Docter and Peterson were honored by the British Academy Film Awards with the BAFTA Award for Best Animated Film, and Giacchino the BAFTA Award for Best Film Music. Furthermore the film was nominated at the 2009 Satellite Awards in the categories "Best Animated or Mixed Media Film", "Best Original Screenplay" and "Best Original Score". And won Favorite Animated Movie at The 2010 Kids Choice Awards.

Awards for Up
Award Date of ceremony Category Recipients and nominees Outcome
Academy Awards[Up 8] March 7, 2010 Best Picture Jonas Rivera Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Pete Docter, Tom McCarthy and Bob Peterson
Best Animated Feature Pete Docter Won
Best Original Score Michael Giacchino
Best Sound Editing Tom Myers and Michael Silvers Nominated
Annie Awards[Up 9] February 6, 2010 Best Animated Feature Pete Docter and Bob Peterson Won
Best Animated Effects Eric Froemling Nominated
Best Character Animation in a Feature Production Daniel Nguyen
Best Character Design in a Feature Production Daniel López Muñoz
Best Directing in a Feature Production Pete Docter Won
Best Music in a Feature Production Michael Giacchino Nominated
Best Storyboarding in a Feature Production Ronnie Del Carmen
Peter Sohn
Best Writing in a Feature Production Pete Docter, Tom McCarthy and Bob Peterson
Artios Awards[Up 10] November 2, 2009 Outstanding Achievement in Casting – Animation Feature Natalie Lyon and Kevin Reher Won
Austin Film Critics Award[Up 11] December 15, 2009 Best Animated Film Up
Best Music Michael Giacchino
Blimper Award[Up 12] March 27, 2010 Favorite Animated Movie Up
British Academy Film Awards[Up 13] February 21, 2010 Best Animated Feature Pete Docter and Bob Peterson
Best Music Michael Giacchino
Best Original Screenplay Pete Docter and Bob Peterson Nominated
Best Sound Tom Myers, Michael Semanick and Michael Silvers
Central Ohio Film Critics Association Awards[Up 14] January 7, 2010 Best Animated Film Up Won
Best Score Michael Giacchino
Chicago Film Critics Association Awards[Up 15] December 21, 2009 Best Animated Feature Up
Best Original Score Michael Giacchino
Best Screenplay, Original Bob Peterson Nominated
Critics Choice Awards[Up 16] January 15, 2010 Best Animated Feature Up Won
Best Picture Nominated
Best Score Michael Giacchino Won
Best Screenplay, Original Pete Docter and Bob Peterson Nominated
Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards[Up 17][Up 18] December 16, 2009 Best Animated Film Up Won
Eddie Awards[Up 19] February 14, 2010 Best Edited Animated Feature Film Kevin Nolting
Florida Film Critics Circle Awards[Up 20] December 21, 2009 Best Animated Feature Up
Golden Globe Awards[Up 21] January 17, 2010 Best Animated Feature Film Pete Docter and Bob Peterson
Best Original Score Michael Giacchino
Golden Reel Awards[Up 22] February 20, 2010 Best Sound Editing – Sound Effects, Foley, Music, Dialogue and ADR Animation in a Feature Film Up
Golden Tomatoes Awards[Up 4] January 10, 2010 Wide Release
Grammy Awards[Up 23][Up 24] January 31, 2010 Best Instrumental Arrangement Michael Giacchino and Tim Simonec Nominated
Best Instrumental Composition Michael Giacchino Won
Best Score Soundtrack Album
Hugo Awards[Up 25] September 5, 2010 Best Dramatic Presentation, Long Form Pete Docter, Tom McCarthy and Bob Peterson Nominated
Irish Film and Television Awards[Up 26] February 20, 2010 Best International Film Up
Kansas City Film Critics Circle Awards[Up 27] January 3, 2010 Best Animated Film Won
Motion Picture Producer of the Year Award[Up 28] January 24, 2010 Animated Theatrical Motion Pictures Jonas Rivera
Theatrical Motion Pictures Nominated
National Board of Review Awards[Up 29] January 14, 2010 Best Animated Feature Up Won
Online Film Critics Society Awards[Up 30][Up 31] January 6, 2010 Best Animated Feature
Best Original Score Michael Giacchino
Best Picture Up Nominated
Best Screenplay, Original Bob Peterson
Palm Dog Award[Up 32] May 22, 2009 Best Canine Performance during the Cannes Film Festival. Dug Won
Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards[Up 33] December 22, 2009 Best Animated Film Up
Best Original Score Michael Giacchino
Best Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen Pete Docter and Bob Peterson
Satellite Awards[Up 34] December 20, 2009 Best Animated or Mixed Media Film Nominated
Best Original Screenplay
Best Original Score Michael Giacchino
Saturn Awards[Up 35] June 24, 2010 Best Animated Film Pete Docter
Best Music Michael Giacchino
Southeastern Film Critics Association Awards[Up 36] December 13, 2009 Best Animated Feature Up Won
Teen Choice Awards[Up 37] August 9, 2009 Choice Summer Movie: Comedy
Visual Effects Society[Up 38] February 10, 2010 Outstanding Animation in an Animated Motion Picture Gary Bruins, Pete Docter, Steve May, Jonas Rivera
Outstanding Animated Character in an Animated Feature Motion Picture Ed Asner, Carmen Ngai, Brian Tindall, Ron Zorman
Outstanding Effects Animation in an Animated Feature Motion Picture Alexis Angelidis, Eric Froemling, Jason Johnston, Jon Reisch
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Awards[Up 39] December 7, 2009 Best Animated Film Up
Best Film Nominated
Best Screenplay, Original Pete Docter and Bob Peterson
Women Film Critics Circle December 9, 2009 Best Family Film Up Won

Toy Story 3[edit]

Toy Story 3 is a computer animated film produced by Pixar and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures. The films produced by Darla K. Anderson and directed by Lee Unkrich. The film stars Tom Hanks as Sheriff Woody and Tim Allen as Buzz Lightyear. The film also stars Joan Cusack, Don Rickles, Estelle Harris, Blake Clark, Ned Beatty, John Ratzenberger, Wallace Shawn and Michael Keaton.

The film opened on June 18, 2010 and became a box office success and received universal acclaim by critics grossing $1,063,171,911 and became the 7th highest-grossing film of all time and the highest grossing animated film of all time, surpassing Shrek 2, and Pixar's highest grossing film of all time, surpassing Finding Nemo.

On January 25, 2011, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced that Toy Story 3 was not only nominated for Best Animated Feature, but also for Best Picture. This makes Toy Story 3 only the third animated film to be nominated for Best Picture (following Disney's Beauty and the Beast and Disney·Pixar's Up). Toy Story 3 became the second Pixar film to be nominated for both awards.[Toy Story 3 1] Toy Story 3 also became the first ever Pixar film to be nominated for the Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay, though six of Pixar's previous films were nominated for the Best Original Screenplay – (Toy Story, Finding Nemo, The Incredibles, Ratatouille, WALL-E, and Up). In 2011, it was nominated for a Kids' Choice Award for favorite animated movie, but lost to Despicable Me.

Awards for Toy Story 3
Award Category/Recipient(s) Result Reference
Teen Choice Awards 2010 Choice Movie: Animated Film Won [Toy Story 3 2]
Nickelodeon Australian Kids' Choice Awards 2010 Fave Movie Nominated [Toy Story 3 3]
Hollywood Movie Awards 2010 Hollywood Animation Award (Lee Unkrich) Won [Toy Story 3 4]
Digital Spy Movie Awards Best Movie [Toy Story 3 5]
2010 Scream Awards Best Fantasy Movie Nominated [Toy Story 3 6]
Best Screen-Play
Best Fantasy Actor (Tom Hanks)
3-D Top Three
37th People's Choice Awards Favorite Movie [Toy Story 3 7]
Favorite Family Movie Won
Satellite Awards 2010 Motion Picture (Animated or Mixed) [Toy Story 3 8]
Best Original Screenplay (Michael Ardnt) Nominated
2011 Grammy Awards Best Score Soundtrack Album for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media Won [Toy Story 3 9]
2011 Annie Awards Best Animated Feature Nominated [Toy Story 3 10]
Best Directing in a Feature Production (Lee Unkrich)
Best Writing in a Feature Production (Michael Arndt)
82nd National Board of Review Awards Best Animated Film Won [Toy Story 3 11]
Top Ten Films
9th Washington Area Film Critics Association Best Adapted Screenplay Nominated [Toy Story 3 12]
Best Film
Best Animated Feature Won
16th Annual BFCA Critics Choice Awards Best Picture Nominated [Toy Story 3 13]
Best Adapted Screenplay (Michael Arndt)
Best Animated Feature (Lee Unkrich) Won
Broadcast Film Critics Association Award for Best Sound Nominated
Best Original Song "We Belong Together" (Randy Newman)
2010 Golden Tomato Awards Best Rating Feature in 2010 (Wide Release) Won [Toy Story 3 14]
Best Reviewed Animated Film (Animation) [Toy Story 3 15]
68th Golden Globe Awards Best Animated Feature Film [Toy Story 3 16]
64th BAFTA Awards Best Adapted Screenplay (Michael Arndt) Nominated [Toy Story 3 17]
Best Animated Feature Won
Best Visual Effects Nominated
83rd Academy Awards Best Picture [Toy Story 3 18]
Best Adapted Screenplay (Michael Arndt)
Best Animated Feature Won
Best Sound Editing Nominated
Best Original Song ("We Belong Together" by Randy Newman) Won
2011 Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Animated Film Nominated
[Toy Story 3 19]
Favorite Voice From An Animated Movie (Tom Hanks)
Favorite Voice From An Animated Movie (Tim Allen)
37th Saturn Awards Best Animated Film Won
[Toy Story 3 20]
Best Writing (Michael Arndt) Nominated
2011 MTV Movie Awards Best Villain (Ned Beatty)
[Toy Story 3 21]

Cars 2[edit]

Cars 2 is a computer animated film produced by Pixar and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures. The films produced by Denise Ream and directed by John Lasseter and Brad Lewis. The film stars Owen Wilson, Larry the Cable Guy, Michael Caine, Emily Mortimer, Eddie Izzard, and Jason Isaacs.

The film released on June 24, 2011. Despite being the first and so far the only Pixar to receive mixed reviews from critic, it was both a commercial and box office success, the filmed earned a total of $559 million.

Cars 2 was the first Pixar feature film not to be nominated for any Academy Awards.

It was nominated for the 2012 Kids' Choice Awards, but lost to Puss in Boots.

Awards for Cars 2
Award Category Winner/Nominee Result
British Academy Children's Awards (BAFTA) Favorite Film Nominated
People's Choice Awards[Cars 2 1] Favorite Movie Animated Voice Owen Wilson Nominated
69th Golden Globe Awards[Cars 2 2] Best Animated Film Nominated
Annie Awards[Cars 2 3] Best Animated Feature Nominated
Best Animated Effects in an Animated Production Jon Reisch Nominated
Best Animated Effects in an Animated Production Eric Froemling Nominated
Character Design in an Animated Feature Jay Shuster Nominated
Production Design in a Feature Production Harley Jessup Nominated
Storyboarding in a Feature Production Scott Morse Nominated
Editing in a Feature Production Stephen Schaffer Nominated
Kids Choice Awards[Cars 2 4] Favorite Animated Movie Nominated
Saturn Awards[Cars 2 5] Best Animated Film Nominated
ASCAP Award[Cars 2 6] Top Box Office Films Michael Giacchino Won

Brave[edit]

Brave is a computer animated film produced by Pixar and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures. The films produced by Katherine Sarafian and directed by Mark Andrews, Brenda Chapman and Steve Purcell. The film stars Kelly Macdonald, Julie Walters, Billy Connolly, Emma Thompson, Kevin McKidd, Craig Ferguson, and Robbie Coltrane.

The film released on June 22, 2012. The film was a box office success, and received positive reviews from critics. The film earned a total of $535 million.

It was nominated for the 2013 Kids' Choice Awards, but lost to Wreck-It Ralph.

Awards for Brave
Award Category Winner/Nominee Result
Academy Awards[Brave 1] Best Animated Feature Film of the Year Mark Andrews and Brenda Chapman Won
Alliance of Women Film Journalists Best Animated Feature
Best Animated Female Kelly Macdonald (Merida)
American Cinema Editors Best Edited Animated Feature Film Nicholas C. Smith, A.C.E.
Annie Awards[Brave 2][Brave 3] Best Animated Feature Nominated
Animated Effects Feature Production Bill Watral, Chris Chapman, Dave Hale, Keith Klohn, Michael K. O'Brien
Character Animation Feature Production Dave Nguyen
Jaime Landes
Travis Hathaway
Music in an Animated Feature Production Patrick Doyle, Mark Andrews, Alex Mandel
Production Design in an Animated Feature Production Steve Pilcher Won
Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Production Kelly Macdonald as Merida Nominated
Writing in an Animated Feature Production Brenda Chapman, Irene Mecchi, Mark Andrews and Steve Purcell
Editorial in an Animated Feature Production Nicholas A. Smith, ACE, Robert Graham Jones, ACE, David Suther Won
BAFTA Awards[Brave 4] Best Animated Film
Chicago Film Critics Association Best Animated Feature Nominated
Cinema Audio Society Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Motion Pictures Animated Won
Critics' Choice Awards[Brave 5] Best Animated Feature Nominated
Best Song Mumford & Sons and Birdy for Learn Me Right
Golden Globe Awards[Brave 6] Best Animated Feature Film Mark Andrews and Brenda Chapman Won
Grammy Awards[Brave 7] Best Song Written for Visual Media Mumford & Sons and Birdy for the song Learn Me Right Nominated
Houston Film Critics Society Best Animated Film
Best Original Song Lean Me Right
Touch the Sky
International Film Music Critics Association Awards Best Original Score for an Animated Feature Patrick Doyle
Online Film Critics Society Best Animated Feature
Phoenix Film Critics Society Best Animated Film
Producers Guild of America Animated Theatrical Motion Picture Katherine Sarafian
San Diego Film Critics Society Best Animated Film
Satellite Awards[Brave 8] Motion Picture, Animated or Mixed Media
Original Song Learn Me RightBirdy and Mumford & Sons
St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association Best Animated Film
Toronto Film Critics Association Best Animated Feature
Visual Effects Society[Brave 9] Outstanding Animation in an Animated Feature Motion Picture Mark Andrews, Brenda Chapman, Steve May, Katherine Sarafian, Bill Wise Won
Outstanding Animated Character in an Animated Feature Motion Picture - Merida Kelly Macdonald, Travis Hathaway, Olivier Soares, Peter Sumanaseni, Brian Tindall
Outstanding Created Environment in an Animated Feature Motion Picture - The Forest Tim Best, Steve Pilcher, Ingio Quilez, Andy Whittock
Outstanding FX and Simulation Animation in an Animated Feature Motion Picture Chris Chapman, Dave Hale, Michael K. O'Brien, Bill Watral
Washington DC Area Film Critics Association Best Animated Feature Nominated
Women Film Critics Circle Best Animated Females Kelly Macdonald (Merida), Emma Thompson (Queen Elinor), Julie Walters (The Witch) and all other females characters in Brave. Won

Monsters University[edit]

Monsters University is a computer-animated film produced by Pixar Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures.[MU 1] It was directed by Dan Scanlon and produced by Kori Rae. It is the fourteenth film produced by Pixar and is a prequel to 2001's Monsters, Inc., marking the first time Pixar has made a prequel film.[MU 2]

Billy Crystal, John Goodman, Steve Buscemi, Bob Peterson, and John Ratzenberger reprise their roles as Mike Wazowski, James P. Sullivan, Randall Boggs, Roz, and the Abominable Snowman, respectively. Bonnie Hunt, who played Ms. Flint in the first film, voices Mike's grade school teacher, Ms. Karen Graves. Monsters University premiered on June 5, 2013 at the BFI Southbank in London, United Kingdom and was released on June 21, 2013, in the United States.

The film received positive reviews and was a box office success, grossing $730 million against its estimated budget of $200 million.[MU 3][MU 4]

It was nominated for the 2014 Kids' Choice Awards, but lost to Frozen.

Awards for Monsters University
Award Category Winner/Nominee Result
Annie Awards[MU 5][MU 6] Best Animated Feature Pending
Animated effects in an Animated Production Outstanding Achievement, Animated Effects in an Animated Production Nominated
Character Animation in an Animated Feature Production John Chun Chiu Lee Nominated
Character Design in an Animated Feature Production Chris Sasaki Nominated
Music in an Animated Feature Production Randy Newman Nominated
Production Design in an Animated Feature Production Ricky Nierva, Robert Kondo, Daisuke “Dice” Tsutsumi Nominated
Storyboarding in an Animated Feature Production Dean Kelly Won
Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Production Billy Crystal (Mike Wazowski) Nominated
Writing in an Animated Feature Production Daniel Gerson, Robert L. Baird, Dan Scanlon Nominated
Editorial in an Animated Feature Production Greg Snyder, Gregory Amundson, Steve Bloom Won
British Academy Film Awards[1] Best Animated Film Dan Scanlon Pending
Critics' Choice Movie Award[2] Best Animated Feature Pending
Hollywood Film Awards[3] Hollywood Animation Award Won
Producers Guild of America Award[4] Outstanding Producer of Animated Theatrical Motion Picture Kori Rae Pending
San Francisco Film Critics Circle[5] Best Animated Feature Pending
Satellite Awards[MU 7] Best Motion Picture, Animated or Mixed Media Pending
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association[MU 8][MU 9] Best Animated Feature Nominated

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WALL-E

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Up

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Toy Story 3

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Cars 2

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Brave

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Monsters University

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