The Annie Awards is an annual award given out by the Hollywood chapter of the International Animated Film Association (ASIFA-Hollywood) honoring the best in animated films and television series. The award was the brainchild of voice actress June Foray, and the ceremony was first held in 1972. At first, the awards were to honor veterans who contributed to the industry, but it soon started honoring the best in animation today. Besides the usual awards, there are also several "special achievement awards", including...
Winners and nominees
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Best Animated Feature
Awarded to the best animated feature films of the year
Best Voice Acting in a Feature Production
Awarded to the best voice actors or voice actresses in a feature-lenth animated film. Note that in 1998, 2000 and 2001, the category was divided by gender.