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More Awards for Spirited Away

posted on 2003-02-02 16:45 EST
The Annie Awards were given out yesterday and "Spirited Away" won top honors in multiple categories.

At this year's Annie Awards, which were presented yesterday, Spirited Away won in every category in which it was nominated.

The following is a list of the nominees inthe categories that Spirited Away won.

Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Theatrical Feature:
"Ice Age" 20th Century Fox/Blue Sky Studios
"Lilo and Stitch!" Walt Disney Pictures
"Miyazaki's Spirited Away" Studio Ghibli
"Monsters, Inc." Pixar Animation Studios
"Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron" Dreamworks

Directing in an Animated Feature Production
Ron Clements, John Musker "Treasure Planet"
Dean DeBlois, Chris Sanders "Lilo and Stitch!"
Pete Docter, Lee Unkrich, David Silverman "Monsters, Inc."
Hayao Miyazaki "Miyazaki's Spirited Away"
Chris Wedge (Director), Carlos Saldanha (Co-Director), "Ice Age"

Music in an Animated Feature Production
Joe Hisaishi, "Miyazaki's Spirited Away"
Joel McNeely (score composer), Jonatha Brooke (singer/songwriter, "I'll Try"), They Might Be Giants (songwriters, "So To Be One of Us"), "Return to Never Land"
David Newman, "Ice Age"
Randy Newman, "Monsters, Inc."
Alan Silvestri, Mark Keali'i Ho'omalu (Score and Song Writers), "Lilo & Stitch!"

Writing in an Animated Feature Production
Michael Berg, Michael J. Wilson, Peter Ackerman "Ice Age"
Dean DeBlois, Chris Sanders "Lilo and Stitch!
Hayao Miyazaki "Miyazaki's Spirited Away"
Andrew Stanton, Daniel Gerson "Monsters, Inc."

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