As had been expected, “Soul” and “Wolfwalkers” traded awards back and forth for much of the evening.
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Welcome to our series of interviews with the directors of this year’s Oscar-nominated animated shorts.
Pixar’s “Soul” won two awards: best animated feature and best original score.
The editor is one of the most important – and least understood – roles in modern feature animation filmmaking.
The Oscar-winning writer breaks down his storytelling process and reflects on the “nightmare” that was this project.
The feature, which will be rooted in lore and mythology from del Carmen’s native Philippines, is part of an exclusive overall deal the veteran story artist has signed with Netflix.
With today’s series of announcements, Disney may have dealt a deathblow to movie theaters.
The 93rd Academy Awards will be presented on April 25.
In other news: Netflix was snubbed, while the National Film and Television School got two student films into the shorts category.
“Soul” and “Wolfwalkers” topped the feature film nominations with ten apiece, but most bizarrely, they aren’t competing against each other in the main feature category.
Pixar’s film also won an award for best original score.
The studio’s latest feature is due to come out in June.
HBO Max’s “Adventure Time: Distant Lands” and Apple TV+’s “Central Park” were also among the animation winners.
Meanwhile, Studio Ghibli’s “Earwig and the Witch” took $132,768 in five days in North America, and “The Croods: A New Age” remains one of the top releases in the U.S.
Of the five nominees, four are based on original ideas — a big change from last year’s contenders.
This weekend, animated films topped the box office in many major territories with a functioning theatrical sector.
Quaroni spent 24 years at Pixar, most recently as its vice president of software r&d.
In Denmark, the white actor who voices Joe has defended his casting. In Portugal, a popular petition is calling for the film to be re-dubbed.
Pixar’s chief creative officer outlines his vision for a more diverse studio.