22nd Annie Awards

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Annie Awards

November 12, 1994

Best Feature Film:
The Lion King

Best Television Program:
The Simpsons

The 22nd Annie Awards[1] were given by the International Animated Film Association to honor outstanding achievements in animation in 1993-1994. The Lion King won the most number of awards with three, including Best Animated Feature. The Nightmare Before Christmas followed with two. The Simpsons won its third consecutive award for Best Animated Television Program.

Production Categories

Winners are listed first, highlighted in boldface, and indicated with a double dagger (double-dagger).

Best Animated Home Video Release
  • Sax Man – Duck Soup Productionsdouble-dagger
Best Animated CD-Rom

Outstanding Individual Achievement

Best Achievement in Creative Supervision
Best Achievement in Artisistic Excellence
Best Achievement in Story Contribution

Juried Awards

Winsor McCay Award
Recognition for career contributions to the art of animation

Certificate of Merit
Recognition for service to the art, craft and industry of animation

  • Chris Craig
  • Mike Gribble & Craig "Spike" Decker
  • Milton Knight
  • Rita Street
  • Kathy Richardson
  • Bryan Mon

Multiple Wins and Nominations


  1. ^ http://annieawards.org/22nd-annie-awards
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