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    Animation Oscar Frontrunners--Will Pixar Skip This Round?

    Could this be an award season with no Pixar Oscar nominee? In a weak year for top animated features, enough have been officially submitted to the Academy for Oscar consideration to likely make a race with five nominees, even though several of the films have yet to qualify via a required Los Angeles ...

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    From Worst To Best: Ranking The Pixar Movies

    This weekend Pixar's latest digital marvel, "Monsters University," roars into theaters (you can read our review here). Few studios can claim the kind of quality that Pixar often does – for a while there it was the most critically and commercially adored studio in the history of cinema (though they a...

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    For Your Consideration: Predicting The Animated, Foreign & Doc Feature Winners

    Before next week's final pre-Oscar column that intends to run down each and every category for your prognosticatory pleasure, this very last category-by-category batch edition of "For Your Consideration" takes on the three non-Best Picture best pictures, where the alleged best in animation, document...

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    "Up" Leads Annie Awards

    After being defeated last year ("Kung Fu Panda" topped "WALL-E"), Pixar returned to the throne of the Annie Awards this time around, with Pete Docter's "Up" taking best animated feature at the ceremony last night. The Annies did spread the wealth quite significantly for the landmark year in animate...

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    Pixar's "Up" Stirs Cannes Fest

    While it may be a bit of a stretch to dwell on the significance of the Cannes Film Festival embracing 3-D animation on its opening night, the debut of Pixar's "Up" offers a striking sense of cinematic validation to the emerging technology. In the wake of the recent success of "Coraline," Cannes seem...

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