39th Annie Awards

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39th Annie Awards
Date February 4, 2012 (2012-02-04)
Site Royce Hall
Los Angeles, California, USA
Hosted by Patton Oswalt[1]
Organized by ASIFA-Hollywood
Highlights
Best Animated
Feature
Rango
Best Direction Jennifer Yuh Nelson
Kung Fu Panda 2
Most awards Rango (4)
Most nominations Kung Fu Panda 2 (12)[2]

The 39th Annual Annie Awards honoring the best in animation of 2011 were held February 4, 2012 at Royce Hall in Los Angeles, California.[1]

Production nominees

Best Animated Feature

Rango - Paramount/Nickelodeon Movies, Blind Wink, GK Films

Best Animated Special Production

Kung Fu Panda: Secrets of the Masters - DreamWorks Animation

Best Animated Short Subject

Adam and Dog – Lodge Films

Best Animated Television Commercial

Twinings "Sea"Psyop

Best General Audience Animated TV Production

The Simpsons - Gracie Films

Best Animated Television Production - Preschool

Jake and the Never Land PiratesDisney Television Animation

Best Animated Television Production – Children

The Amazing World of GumballCartoon Network in Association with Dandelion Studios, Boulder Media & Studio Soi

Best Animated Video Game

Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet – Shadow Planet Productions, Gagne/Fuelcell

Individual Achievement Categories

Animated Effects in an Animated Production

Kevin Romond - The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn - Amblin Entertainment, Wingnut Films and The Kennedy/Marshall Company

Animated Effects in a Live Action Production

Florent Andorra - Transformers: Dark of the Moon - Industrial Light & Magic

Character Animation in a Television Production

Tony Smeed - Prep & Landing: Naughty vs. Nice - Walt Disney Animation Studios

Character Animation in a Feature Production

Jeff Gabor - Rio - Blue Sky Studios

Character Animation in a Live Action Production

Eric Reynolds - Rise of the Planet of the Apes - 20th Century Fox

Character Design in a Television Production

Bill Schwab - Prep & LandingWalt Disney Animation Studios

Character Design in a Feature Production

Mark "Crash" McCreery - Rango – Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon Movies Blind Wink/GK films Productions

Directing in a Television Production

Matthew Nastuk - The SimpsonsGracie Films

Directing in a Feature Production

Jennifer Yuh Nelson - Kung Fu Panda 2DreamWorks Animation

Music in a Television Production

Grace Potter, Michael Giacchino - Prep & Landing: Naughty vs. NiceWalt Disney Animation Studios

Music in a Feature Production

John Williams - The Adventures of TintinAmblin Entertainment, Wingnut Films and The Kennedy/Marshall Company

Production Design in a Television Production

Mark Bodnar, Chris Tsirgiotis, Sue Mondt and Daniel Elson – Secret Mountain Fort AwesomeCartoon Network Studios

  • Peter Martin Hoops & YoYo Ruin ChristmasHallmark

Production Design in a Feature Production

Raymond Zilbach - Kung Fu Panda 2DreamWorks Animation

Storyboarding in a Television Production

Brian KesingerPrep & Landing: Naughty vs. Nice – Walt Disney Animation Studios

Storyboarding in a Feature Production

Jeremy Spears - Winnie the Pooh – Walt Disney Animation Studios

Voice Acting in a Television Production

Jeff Bennett as Kowalski - Penguins of Madagascar – Nickelodeon and DreamWorks Animation

Voice Acting in a Feature Production

Bill Nighy as Grandsanta - Arthur Christmas – Sony Pictures Animation, Aardman Animations

Best Writing in an Animated Television Production

Carolyn OmineThe Simpsons - "Treehouse of Horror XXII" – Gracie Films

Writing in a Feature Production

John Logan, Gore Verbinski and James ByrkitRangoParamount Pictures and Nickelodeon Movies present A Blind Wink/GK Films Productions

Editing in Television Production

Ted Machold, Jeff Adams, Doug Tiano, Bob TomlinPenguins of Madagascar – Nickelodeon and DreamWorks Animation

Editing in a Feature Production

Craig Wood, A.C.E.Rango – Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon Movies present A Blind Wink/GK Films Production

Juried awards

Winsor McCay Award
Walt Peregoy, Borge Ring, and Ronald Searle
June Foray
Art Leonardi
Special Achievement
Depth Analysis

References

  1. ^ a b ASIFA-Hollywood (January 23, 2012). "Patton Oswalt to Host 39th Annual Annie Awards" (Press release). PR Newswire. Retrieved January 31, 2014. 
  2. ^ Ford, Rebecca (December 5, 2011). "'Kung Fu Panda 2' Leads Annie Award Nominations". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved January 31, 2014. 

External links

  • Complete list of 39th Annual Annie Awards nominees and winners
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