June Foray's house is a museum of her career. It's also a museum of animation history. Essentially, the two are synonymous.
ASIFA-Hollywood chose eight animated pics, including three from the Disney stable, to compete for the top prize at the 40th annual Annie Awards.
Annie Awards host Patton Oswalt came to the rescue of presenters Bridgit Mendler, Jason Marsden and Brittany Snow, who inadvertantly announced a winner out of turn at UCLA's Royce Hall on Saturday.
Musa Syeed's first narrative feature is a likably low-key docudrama set in an attractive area of politically turbulent Kashmir.
Did Disney-Pixar's withdrawal from the Intl. Animation Society make a difference in this year's Annie Awards nominations?
Although it was announced earlier this year that the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences will finally be awarding an Oscar in the feature animation category in 2002 (if eight or more titles…
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