36th Annie Awards

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36th Annie Awards
Date January 30, 2009 (2009-01-30)
Site Royce Hall
Los Angeles, California, USA
Hosted by Tom Kenny[1]
Organized by ASIFA-Hollywood
Highlights
Kung Fu Panda
Best Direction John Stevenson and Mark Osborne
Kung Fu Panda
Most awards Kung Fu Panda (10)
Most nominations Kung Fu Panda (16)[1]

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 10, winning nearly all of its nominations, albeit amid controversy. [2]

Production nominees

Best Animated Feature

Annie Award for Best Home Entertainment Production

Annie Award for Best Animated Short Subject

Annie Award for Best Animated Television Commercial

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

Annie Award for Best Animated Television Production

Best Animated Television Production for Children

Annie Award for Best Animated Video Game

Individual Achievement

Animated Effects

Character Animation in a Feature Production

Character Animation in a Television Production

Character Design in an Animated Feature Production

Character Design in an Animated Television Production

Directing in an Animated Feature Production

Directing in an Animated Television Production

Music in an Animated Feature Production

Music in an Animated Television Production or Short Form

  • 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

Production Design in an Animated Television Production or Short Form

  • 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

Storyboarding in an Animated Television Production or Short Form

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

Writing in an Animated Television Production or Short Form

References

  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. 
  2. ^ David Carr (2009-02-19). "The Oscars - The Contenders, the Pools and the Show and the Hopes". NYTimes.com. Retrieved 2011-06-04. 

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