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38th Annie Awards
Date February 5, 2011 (2011-02-05)
Site Royce Hall
Los Angeles, California, USA
Hosted by Tom Kenny[1]
Organized by ASIFA-Hollywood
Highlights
Best Animated
Feature
How to Train Your Dragon
Best Direction Chris Sanders and Dean DeBlois
How to Train Your Dragon
Most awards How to Train Your Dragon (10)
Most nominations How to Train Your Dragon (15)[2]

The 38th Annual Annie Awards honoring the best in animation of 2010 was held February 5, 2011 at Royce Hall in Los Angeles, California.[1] DreamWorks Animation's How to Train Your Dragon was the big winner winning 10 out of its 15 nominations, sparking a big controversy.[2]

Production nominees

Best Animated Feature

How to Train Your DragonDreamWorks Animation

Best Animated Short Subject

Day & NightDisney/Pixar

Best Animated Television Commercial

Children's Medical Center - DUCK Studios

  • Frito Lay Dips "And Then There Was Salsa" - LAIKA/house
  • ‘How To Train Your Dragon’ Winter Olympic Interstitial "Speed Skating" - DreamWorks Animation
  • McDonald's "Spaceman Stu" - DUCK Studios
  • Pop Secret "When Harry Met Sally" - Nathan Love

Best Animated Television Production

Futurama - The Curiosity Company in association with 20th Century Fox Television'

Best Animated Television Production for Children

SpongeBob SquarePants – Nickelodeon

Best Animated Video Game

LimboPlaydead

Individual Achievement Categories

Animated Effects in an Animated Production

Brett Miller - How To Train Your Dragon - DreamWorks Animation

  • Andrew Young Kim - "Shrek Forever After" - DreamWorks Animation
  • Jason Mayer - "How To Train Your Dragon" - DreamWorks Animation
  • Sebastian Quessy - "Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole" - Warner Bros. Pictures
  • Kryzstof Rost - "Megamind" - DreamWorks Animation

Character Animation in a Television Production

David Pate - Kung Fu Panda Holiday - DreamWorks Animation

  • Nicolas A. Chauvelot - "Scared Shrekless" - DreamWorks Animation
  • Savelon Forrest - "Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode III" - ShadowMachine
  • Elizabeth Havetine - "Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode III" – ShadowMachine
  • Nideep Varghese - "Scared Shrekless" - DreamWorks Animation

Character Animation in a Feature Production

Gabe Hordos - How To Train Your Dragon - DreamWorks Animation

  • Mark Donald - "Megamind" - DreamWorks Animation
  • Anthony Hodgson - "Megamind" - DreamWorks Animation
  • Jakob Hjort Jensen - "How To Train Your Dragon" - DreamWorks Animation
  • David Torres - "How To Train Your Dragon" - DreamWorks Animation

Character Animation in a Live Action Production

Ryan Page - Alice in Wonderland

Character Design in a Television Production

Ernie Gilbert - T.U.F.F. Puppy – Nickelodeon

Character Design in a Feature Production

Nico Marlet - How To Train Your Dragon - DreamWorks Animation

  • Sylvain Chomet - "The Illusionist" - Django Films
  • Carter Goodrich - "Despicable Me" - Illumination Entertainment
  • Timothy Lamb - "Megamind" - DreamWorks Animation

Directing in a Television Production

Tim Johnson - Kung Fu Panda Holiday - DreamWorks Animation

  • Bob Anderson - "The Simpsons" - Gracie Films
  • Peter Chung - "Firebreather" - Cartoon Network Studios
  • Duke Johnson - "Frankenhole: Humanitas" – ShadowMachine
  • Gary Trousdale - "Scared Shrekless" - DreamWorks Animation

Directing in a Feature Production

Chris Sanders, Dean DeBlois - How To Train Your Dragon - DreamWorks Animation

Music in a Television Production

Jeremy Wakefield, Sage Guyton, Nick Carr and Tuck Tucker - SpongeBob SquarePants – Nickelodeon

Music in a Feature Production

John Powell - How To Train Your Dragon - DreamWorks Animation

Production Design in a Television Production

Richie Sacilioc - Kung Fu Panda Holiday - DreamWorks Animation

  • Alan Bodner - "Neighbors from Hell" - 20th Century Fox Television
  • Barry Jackson - "Firebreather" - Cartoon Network Studios
  • Pete Oswald - "Doubtsourcing" - Badmash Animation Studios
  • Scott Wills - "Sym-Bionic Titan" - Cartoon Network Studios

Production Design in a Feature Production

Pierre Olivier Vincent - How To Train Your Dragon - DreamWorks Animation

Storyboarding in a Television Production

Fred Gonzales - T.U.F.F. Puppy – Nickelodeon

  • Sean Bishop - "Scared Shrekless" - DreamWorks Animation
  • Tom Owens - "Kung Fu Panda Holiday" - DreamWorks Animation
  • Dave Thomas - "Fairly OddParents" – Nickelodeon

Storyboarding in a Feature Production

Tom Owens - How To Train Your Dragon - DreamWorks Animation

  • Alessandro Carloni - "How To Train Your Dragon" - DreamWorks Animation
  • Paul Fisher - "Shrek Forever After" - DreamWorks Animation
  • Catherine Yuh Rader - "Megamind" - DreamWorks Animation

Voice Acting in a Feature Production

Jay Baruchel as Hiccup - How To Train Your Dragon - DreamWorks Animation

Voice Acting in a Television Production

James Hong as Mr. Ping - Kung Fu Panda Holiday - DreamWorks Animation

  • Jeff Bennett as The Necronomicon - "Fanboy & Chum Chum" - Nickelodeon & Frederator
  • Corey Burton as Baron Papanoida - "Star Wars: The Clone Wars" - Cartoon Network
  • Nika Futterman as Asajj Ventress - "Star Wars: The Clone Wars" - Cartoon Network
  • Mike Henry as Cleveland Brown - "The Cleveland Show" - Fox Television Animation

Writing in a Television Production

Geoff Johns, Matthew Beans, Zeb Wells, Hugh Sterbakov, Matthew Senreich, Breckin Meyer, Seth Green, Mike Fasolo, Douglas Goldstein, Tom Root, Dan Milano, Kevin Shinick & Hugh Davidson - "Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode III" – ShadowMachine

  • Daniel Arkin - "Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Heroes on Both Sides" - Lucasfilm Animation Ltd.
  • Jon Colton Barry & Piero Piluso - "Phineas & Ferb: Nerds of a Feather" - Disney Channel
  • Billy Kimball & Ian Maxtone-Graham - "The Simpsons: Stealing First Base" - Gracie Films
  • Michael Rowe - "Futurama" - The Curiosity Company in association with 20th Century Fox Television

Writing in a Feature Production

William Davies, Dean DeBlois, Chris Sanders - How to Train Your Dragon – DreamWorks Animation

References

  1. ^ a b ASIFA-Hollywood (January 26, 2011). "Tom Kenny, Voice of SpongeBob SquarePants, to Host 38th Annual Annie Awards" (Press release). PR Newswire. Retrieved January 31, 2014. 
  2. ^ a b Finke, Nikki (February 15, 2011). "38th Annual Annie Animation Awards: DWA's 'How To Train Your Dragon' Wins (After Disney Boycotts)". Deadline. Retrieved January 31, 2014. 

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