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February 7, 2004 – Pixar’s Finding Nemo Wins Nine Annie Awards

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“Sweeping all nine categories it was nominated in, the Disney/Pixar collaboration Finding Nemo proved to be the big winner at the 31st annual Annie Awards.”

On February 7, 2004, the 31st Annie Awards were held at the Alex Theater in Glendale, California. In all nine categories it was nominated, Pixar’s Finding Nemo took home the award, including the one for Best Animated Feature, beating out Warner Brothers’ Looney Toons: Back in Action, Les Armateurs’ Les Triplettes de Belleville, Go Fish Pictures’ Sennen Joyuu, and Walt Disney Feature Animation’s Brother Bear. Finding Nemo was also awarded for Character Animation (awarded to animator Doug Sweetland), Character Design in an Animated Feature Production (awarded to animator Ricky Nierva), Directing in an Animated Feature Production (awarded to Andrew Stanton and Lee Unkrich), Effects Animation (awarded to Martin Nguyen), Music in an Animated Feature Production (awarded to Thomas Newman), Production Design in an Animated Feature Production (awarded to Ralph Eggleston), Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Production (awarded to Ellen DeGeneres), and Writing in an Animated Feature Production (awarded to Andrew Stanton, Bob Peterson, and Dave Reynolds); the short film Boundin’ also won an award for Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Short Subject.

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