'Wreck-It Ralph' wins big at 40th Annie Awards
Is Oscar next?
This year's Annie Awards did a nice job of spreading out the wealth. "Brave," "ParaNorman" and "Rise of the Guardians" all won multiple prizes. Indeed, the one film that seemed snubbed throughout was Tim Burton's "Frankenweenie." But it was "Wreck-It Ralph" that ended up with the most prizes (five), including the award for Best Animated Feature.
Elsewhere, "The Avengers" and "Life of Pi" predictably won awards in the live action races, while both "Head Over Heels" (student film) and "Paperman" (short subject) were recognized as well. On the latter, that certainly does little to clear up their odds of picking up the Best Animated Short Oscar. But more on those when we profile the category in the Oscar Guide next week.
Check out the full list of film winners below, and as always, keep up with all the ups and downs of the 2012-2013 film awards season via The Circuit.
And stick around. There are two other awards shows going on as you read, with more winners to come. Crazy day for the season.
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Best Animated Feature
Best Animated Short Subject
Animated Effects in an Animated Production
"Rise of the Guardians"
Animated Effects in a Live Action Production
Character Animation in a Feature Production
Character Animation in a Live Action Production
"Life of Pi"
Character Design in an Animated Feature Production
Directing in an Animated Feature Production
Rich Moore, "Wreck-It Ralph"
Music in an Animated Feature Production
Production Design in an Animated Feature Production
Storyboarding in an Animated Feature Production
"Rise of the Guardians"
Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Production
Alan Tudyk, "Wreck-It Ralph"
Writing in an Animated Feature Production
Editorial in an Animated Feature Production
Winsor McCay Award
Oscar Grillo, Terry Gilliam, Mark Henn
2012-2013 OSCAR PREDICTIONS
Best Supporting Actor
Best Supporting Actress
Best Adapted Screenplay
Best Original Screenplay
Best Costume Design
Best Film Editing
Best Makeup And Hairstyling
Best Original Score
Best Original Song
Best Production Design
Best Sound Editing
Best Sound Mixing
Best Visual Effects
Best Animated Feature Film
Best Documentary Feature
Best Foreign Language Film
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