Awards for 1995

Annie

Best Individual Achievement for Writing in the Field of Animation

WINNER

The Tick: Ben Edlund, Richard Liebmann-Smith
For episode "The Tick vs. Arthur's Band Account".

NOMINEES

Rugrats: Peter Gaffney, Paul Germain, Jon Greenberg, Rachel Lipman
For episode "A Rugrats Passover".

Aladdin: Douglas Langdale
For the episode "Do the Rat Thing".

Gargoyles: Michael Reaves
For episode "Deadly Force".

Spider-Man: John Semper
For episode "Day of the Chameleon".

Best Individual Achievement for Music in the Field of Animation

WINNER

Pocahontas: Alan Menken (composer), Stephen Schwartz (lyricist)

NOMINEES

Daisy-Head Mayzie: Philip Appleby (composer), Dr. Seuss (lyricist)
The nomination for Dr. Seuss was posthumously.

A Goofy Movie: Patrick DeRemer (songwriter), Roy Freeland (songwriter)
For the songs "121" and "Stand Out".

Animaniacs: Richard Stone (supervising composer)

Best Animated Short Subject

WINNER

NOMINEES

Driving Mr. Pink: (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Animation)


Interview with Tallulah, Queen of the Universe: (Queen of the Universe Productions)

Best Animated Interactive Production

WINNER

NOMINEES

Crayon Factory: (Sidewalk Studio)


The Adventures of Hyperman: (IBM Productions, Illumina Productions, Bull Dolphin, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Animation)

KIA Interactive: (Digital Evolution)

Best Animated Video Production

WINNER

NOMINEES

Opera Imagineria: (Miramar)


Macross Plus: (Big West, Macross Plus Project [jp], Hero Company, Ltd. [jp])
For Volume One.

Macross Plus: (Big West, Macross Plus Project [jp], Hero Company, Ltd. [jp])
For Volume Two.

Best Individual Achievement for Storyboarding in the Field of Animation

WINNER

Gargoyles: Kazuo Terada (storyboard artist)
For episode "Reawakening".

NOMINEES

Aladdin: Warwick Gilbert (storyboard artist)
For episode "The Lost Ones".

Aladdin: Denise Koyama (storyboard artist)
For episode "The Secret of Dagger Rock".

A Goofy Movie: Brian Pimental (story supervisor)

Voice Acting in the Field of Animation

WINNER

The Simpsons: Nancy Cartwright
As the voice of Bart Simpson.

NOMINEES

Johnny Bravo: Jeff Bennett
As the voice of Johnny Bravo.

Bump in the Night: Jim Cummings
As the voice of Mr. Bumpy.

Animaniacs: Tress MacNeille
As the voice of Dot Warner.

Animaniacs: Rob Paulsen
As the voice of Yakko Warner.

Best Animated Feature

WINNER

NOMINEES


The Swan Princess: (Rich Entertainment)

Best Individual Achievement for Production Design in the Field of Animation

WINNER

Pocahontas: Michael Giaimo (art director)

NOMINEES

Pocahontas: Rasoul Azadani (layout artistic supervisor)

Weiss Energy Hall: The Origin of Energy: Adrian Penn (production designer)

Gargoyles: Kazuyoshi Takeuchi (production designer)

A Goofy Movie: Fred Warter (production designer)

Best Individual Achievement for Creative Supervision in the Field of Animation

WINNER

The Tick: Ben Edlund (co-producer)

NOMINEES


The Critic: Al Jean (executive producer), Mike Reiss (executive producer)

Gargoyles: Frank Paur (producer), Greg Weisman (producer)

The Maxx: Gregg Vanzo (supervising director)

Best Individual Achievement for Animation

WINNER

Pocahontas: Nik Ranieri (supervising animator)
For "Meeko".

NOMINEES

Pocahontas: Chris Buck (supervising animator)
For "Grandmother Willow".

A Goofy Movie: Dominique Monfery (animation supervisor)

Pocahontas: David Pruiksma (supervising animator)
For "Flit".

Interview with Tallulah, Queen of the Universe: Cynthia Wells (animator)

Best Animated Television Program

WINNER

The Simpsons: (20th Century Fox Television)

NOMINEES




The Tick: (Sunbow Productions, Graz Entertainment)

June Foray Award

WINNER

June Foray
Becomes the first recipient of the award named after her.

Winsor McCay Award

WINNERS



Certificate of Merit

WINNERS

(King Features)



Gary Lah

Amanda Haas

Ginny Swift

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