Academy Award for Best Animated Feature

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Academy Award for Best Animated Feature
Presented by Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
Country United States
Official website oscars.org

The Academy Award for Best Animated Feature is awards for the best animated movie. It is given each year by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. The Academy Awards, or Oscars, are the oldest award for movies. This award for animation was started in 2001.

Only movies at least 40 minutes long are eligible for the award.

The Golden Globes and BAFTA Awards have followed the Academy's example. Both now present similar awards.

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The following table shows the nominees and the winners. The winners are in bold print with a yellow background.

Year Movie Recipient
2001
(74th)
Shrek (DreamWorks/PDI) Aron Warner
Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (Paramount/Nickelodeon) John A. Davis
Steve Oedekerk
Monsters, Inc. (Disney/Pixar) Pete Docter
John Lasseter
2002
(75th)
Spirited Away (Studio Ghibli) Hayao Miyazaki
Ice Age (Fox/Blue Sky) Chris Wedge
Lilo & Stitch (Disney) Chris Sanders
Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron (DreamWorks) Jeffrey Katzenberg
Treasure Planet (Disney) Ron Clements
2003
(76th)
Finding Nemo (Disney/Pixar) Andrew Stanton
Brother Bear (Disney) Aaron Blaise
Robert Walker
The Triplets of Belleville (Diaphana Films) Sylvain Chomet
2004
(77th)
The Incredibles (Disney/Pixar) Brad Bird
Shark Tale (DreamWorks/PDI) Bill Damaschke
Shrek 2 (DreamWorks/PDI) Andrew Adamson
2005
(78th)
Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (Aardman/DreamWorks) Steve Box
Nick Park
Corpse Bride (Warner Bros.) Tim Burton
Mike Johnson
Howl's Moving Castle (Studio Ghibli) Hayao Miyazaki
2006
(79th)
Happy Feet (Warner Bros./Village Roadshow/Animal Logic) George Miller
Cars (Disney/Pixar) John Lasseter
Monster House (Columbia/Amblin/ImageMovers Digital) Gil Kenan
2007
(80th)
Ratatouille (Disney/Pixar) Brad Bird
Persepolis (Sony Pictures Classics) Marjane Satrapi
Vincent Paronnaud
Surf's Up (Columbia/Sony Pictures Animation) Ash Brannon
Chris Buck
2008
(81st)
WALL-E (Disney/Pixar) Andrew Stanton
Bolt (Disney) Chris Williams
Byron Howard
Kung Fu Panda (DreamWorks/PDI) John Wayne Stevenson
Mark Osborne
2009
(82nd)
Up (Disney/Pixar) Pete Docter
Coraline (Focus Features/LAIKA) Henry Selick
Fantastic Mr. Fox (20th Century Fox/Regency) Wes Anderson
The Princess and the Frog (Disney) John Musker
Ron Clements
The Secret of Kells (Cartoon Saloon) Tomm Moore
Nora Twomey
2010
(83rd)
Toy Story 3 (Disney/Pixar) Lee Unkrich
How to Train Your Dragon (DreamWorks/PDI) Chris Sanders
Dean DeBlois
The Illusionist (Pathé Pictures/Sony Pictures Classics) Sylvain Chomet
2011
(84th)
Rango (Paramount/Nickelodeon/Blind Wink/GK Films/ILM) Gore Verbinski
A Cat in Paris (Folimage with Digit Anima, France 3 Cinéma, Lumière, Lunanime, Radio Télévision Belge Francophone) Alain Gagnol
Jean-Loup Felicioli
Chico & Rita (Isle of Man Film/Magic Light Pictures/Disney/CinemaNX) Fernando Trueba
Javier Mariscal
Kung Fu Panda 2 (DreamWorks) Jennifer Yuh Nelson
Puss in Boots (DreamWorks) Chris Miller

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