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4 Anime Films Submitted for Animated Feature Oscar

posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced on Wednesday the list of 32 films that have been submitted for consideration in the Animated Feature Film category for the 92nd Academy Awards. A maximum of five films from the list will receive the nomination.

The following anime films are submitted for consideration:

The other films submitted for consideration include:

  • Abominable
  • The Addams Family
  • The Angry Birds Movie 2
  • Another Day of Life
  • Away
  • Buñuel in the Labyrinth of the Turtles
  • Dilili in Paris
  • Frozen II
  • Funan
  • Genndy Tartakovsky's ‘Primal’ – Tales of Savagery
  • How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World
  • I Lost My Body
  • Klaus
  • The Last Fiction
  • The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part
  • Marona's Fantastic Tale
  • Missing Link
  • Ne Zha
  • Pachamama
  • Rezo
  • The Secret Life of Pets 2
  • Spies in Disguise
  • The Swallows of Kabul
  • This Magnificent Cake!
  • The Tower
  • Toy Story 4
  • Upin & Ipin: The Lone Gibbon Kris
  • White Snake

Not all of the films have held at least a seven-day run in a Los Angeles County theater to qualify for consideration yet.

The Academy will reveal the nominations on January 13, 2020. The 92nd annual Academy Awards will be held on February 9, 2020.

The Academy recently changed the eligibility rules for the Animated Feature Film category, removing the requirement that eight eligible animated features have theatrical releases in a single calendar year for the category to be activated. In addition, nominations voting is automatically open to members in the Short Films and Feature Animation Branch, while other members must opt-in to participate in nominations voting.

In 2018, 25 films were submitted. Mamoru Hosoda and Studio Chizu's anime film Mirai was nominated in the Animated Feature Film at the 91st Academy Awards, but it did not win the award. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse won the award.

Sources: The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, IndieWire (Anne Thompson)


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