Awards Tour: 38th Annual Annie Awards Winners

How To Train Your Dragon tops Toy Story 3

by | February 5, 2011 | Comments

The most prestigious animation film awards, the Annies, have announced their winners for the 2010 movie year. Winners were announced at the 38th Annual Annie Awards ceremony on Saturday, February 5, 20111 at UCLA’s Royce Hall in Los Angeles, with How To Train Your Dragon taking home the award for Best Feature. See all the winners below!


Best Animated Feature


Despicable Me

82%



How to Train Your Dragon

98%

Tangled


88%

The
Illusionist

90%

Toy Story 3

99%


Best Directing in a Feature Production


Sylvain
Chomet

The
Illusionist

90%

Pierre
Coffin, Chris Renaud


Despicable Me

82%




Mamoru Hosoda

Summer Wars

Chris
Sanders
, Dean DeBlois



How to Train Your Dragon

98%

Lee
Unkrich

Toy Story 3

99%


Best Voice Acting in a Feature Production

Jay
Baruchel



How to Train Your Dragon

98%

Gerard
Butler




How to Train Your Dragon

98%

Steve
Carrell


Despicable Me

82%

Cameron Diaz


Shrek Forever After


58%

Geoffrey
Rush


Legend
of the Guardians


50%


Writing in a Feature Production Animated Effects in an Animated Production

Toy Story 3

Shrek Forever After

The
Illusionist



How to Train Your Dragon



How to Train Your Dragon



How to Train Your Dragon


Tangled


Legend of
the Guardians


Megamind


Megamind

Character Animation in a Feature Production Music in a Feature Production


Megamind

The
Illusionist


Megamind


Legend of
the Guardians



How to Train Your Dragon



How to Train Your Dragon



How to Train Your Dragon

Shrek Forever After



How to Train Your Dragon


Despicable Me

Production Design in a Feature Production Character Animation in a Live Action
Production


Despicable Me


Alice in Wonderland


Despicable Me


Clash of
the Titans


Legend of
the Guardians



How to Train Your Dragon

Character Design

Shrek Forever After

The
Illusionist


Despicable Me


Megamind



How to Train Your Dragon


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