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Disney's 'Frozen' wins five Annies

Feb. 2, 2014 at 10:59 AM   |   Comments

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 2 (UPI) -- "Frozen" scooped up five awards, including Best Animated Feature, at the 41st Annie Awards in Los Angeles.

The Disney Animation production also won awards for direction, music, production design and voice acting at the International Animated Film Society awards ceremony Saturday night, the Hollywood Reporter said.

"The Croods," by Dream Works Animation, took home the awards for Best Animated Effects, Best Character Animation and Best Character Design. "Monster University" earned the Best Storyboarding and Best Editing honors for Pixar Animation Studio.

"The Wind Rises," by Japanese animator Hayao Miyazaki, won for Best Writing.

In the television competition, Disney Television Animation's "Disney Mickey Mouse" won awards for character design, music and editorial, while Pixar's "Toy Story of Terro" won for direction, character animation and storyboarding, and "Futurama" won for TV production and writing.

Topics: Mickey Mouse
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