In one of the more stunning turn of events this awards season, Oscar favorite in the Best Animated Picture category "WALL-E" lost every major award at the 36th Annual Annie Awards at ceremonies held at UCLA's Royce Hall Friday night. 

Instead, the International Animated Film Society bestowed 13 awards upon the DreamWorks Animation hit "Kung Fu Panda," providing the studio with their biggest night since 2002 when "Shrek" dominated the ceremonies.

Coincidentally, it must have been an uncomfortable few hours for Pixar and Walt Disney Animation Studios head John Lasseter.  The legendary filmmaker was on hand to receive a Winsor McCay Award, the organization's equivalent of a lifetime achievement recognition, along with Mike Judge and Nick Park only to see his company's films completely dissed by his peers. Happily he should take solace in the fact that few expect "Panda" to upset "WALL-E" at this year's Academy Awards.

In an embarrassment of riches for DreamWorks, Activistion's "Kung Fu Panda" video game won that category as well.

The complete list of winners in all categories, according to Variety, are listed below.

Animated Feature
"Kung Fu Panda," DreamWorks Animation

Animated Home Entertainment Production

"Futurama: The Beast With a Billion Backs," The Curiosity Company in association with 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment

Animated Short Subject
"Wallace & Gromit: A Matter of Loaf and Death," Aardman Animations Ltd.

Animated Television Commercial
United Airlines "Heart," Duck Studios

Animated Television Production
"Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode II," ShadowMachine

Animated Television Production Produced for Children
"Avatar: The Last Airbender," Nickelodeon

Animated Video Game
"Kung Fu Panda," Activision

INDIVIDUAL ACHIEVEMENTS

Animated Effects
Li-Ming Lawrence Lee "Kung Fu Panda," DreamWorks Animation

Character Animation in a Feature Production

James Baxter "Kung Fu Panda," DreamWorks Animation

Character Animation in a Television Production or Short Form
Pierre Perifel "Secrets of the Furious Five," DreamWorks Animation

Character Design in an Animated Feature Production
Nico Marlet, "Kung Fu Panda," DreamWorks Animation

Character Design in an Animated Television Production or Short Form
Nico Marlet, "Secrets of the Furious Five," DreamWorks Animation

Directing in an Animated Feature Production
John Stevenson & Mark Osborne, "Kung Fu Panda," DreamWorks Animation

Directing in an Animated Television Production or Short Form

Joaquim Dos Santos, "Avatar: The Last Airbender: Sozin's Comet Pt. 3," Nickelodeon

Music in an Animated Feature Production
Hans Zimmer & John Powell, "Kung Fu Panda," DreamWorks Animation

Music in an Animated Television Production or Short Form

Henry Jackman, Hans Zimmer & John Powell, "Secrets of the Furious Five," DreamWorks Animation

Production Design in an Animated Feature Production
Tang Heng, "Kung Fu Panda," DreamWorks Animation

Production Design in an Animated Television Production or Short Form
Tang Heng, "Secrets of the Furious Five," DreamWorks Animation

Storyboarding in an Animated Feature Production
Jen Yuh Nelson, "Kung Fu Panda," DreamWorks Animation

Storyboarding in an Animated Television Production or Short Form
Chris Williams, "Glago's Guest," Walt Disney Animation Studios

Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Production

Dustin Hoffman, Voice of Shifu, "Kung Fu Panda," DreamWorks Animation

Voice Acting in an Animated Television Production or Short Form
Ahmed Best, Voice of Jar Jar Binks, "Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode II," ShadowMachine

Writing in an Animated Feature Production
Jonathan Aibel & Glenn Berger, "Kung Fu Panda," DreamWorks Animation

Writing in an Animated Television Production or Short Form

Tom Root, Douglas Goldstein, Hugh Davidson, Mike Fasolo, Seth Green, Dan Milano, Matthew Senreich, Kevin Shinick, Zeb Wells, Breckin Meyer, "Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode II," ShadowMachine