Annie Awards Red Carpet 2009 – Part 3

Your Host Desiree Anderson Brett Howell
Published: Tuesday, February 24th, 2009


Director, producer, four-time Academy Award winner Nick Park was presented with a Winsor McCay Award. Nick is probably most famous for his Wallace and Gromit feature, “The Curse of the WereRabbit.” Also, Nick Park’s Aardman Animations Ltd’s “Wallace & Gromit: A Matter of Loaf and Death,” was nominated as best animated short.

Comedian and presenter, Fred Willard, is credited in the cast of Pixar’s “Wall-E,” so everyone assumes he is voicing one of the animated robots. It turns out Fred appears on camera in a Pixar first. Also, your Actors Reporter last chatted with Fred at the Comedy to the Max benefit recently where Fred donated his time as MC/Comedian to the worthy cause of helping Max Alexander.

Director John Stevenson, an art department/storyboard wiz, co-directed with Mark Osborne “Kung Fu Panda,” a DreamWorks Animation. John and Mark were nominated for best director in an animate feature production.

Annie Awards Red Carpet – Part 1
Annie Awards Red Carpet – Part 2
Annie Awards Red Carpet – Part 3
Annie Awards Red Carpet – Part 4
Annie Awards Red Carpet – Part 5
Annie Awards Red Carpet – Part 6

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