Awards for 2003

Annie

Outstanding Directing in an Animated Feature Production

WINNER

NOMINEES




Outstanding Writing in an Animated Feature Production

WINNER

NOMINEES



Outstanding Effects Animation

WINNER

NOMINEES




Outstanding Music in an Animated Feature Production

WINNER

NOMINEES


Lilo & Stitch: Alan Silvestri, Mark Keali'i Ho'omalu (score and song writer)


Return to Never Land: Joel McNeely (score), Jonatha Brooke (songwriter, "I'll Try") (Flansburgh, John (song, "So To Be One of Us") (as They Might Be Giants), Linnell, John (song, "So To Be One of Us") (as They Might Be Giants))

Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Short Subject

WINNER

The Story of 'The Tortoise & the Hare': Ray Harryhausen (Screen Novelties International)

NOMINEES

The Groovenians: (Cartoon Network Studios)

Night of the Living Doo: (Cartoon Network)

Special Achievement in Animation

WINNER

Outstanding Character Design in an Animated Feature Production

WINNER

NOMINEES




Outstanding Storyboarding in an Animated Feature Production

WINNER

NOMINEES


Outstanding Character Animation

WINNER

NOMINEES




Outstanding Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Production

WINNER

Lilo & Stitch: Daveigh Chase
As the voice of "Lilo".

NOMINEES

Jonah: A VeggieTales Movie: Tim Hodge
As the voice of "Khalil".

Return to Never Land: Corey Burton
As the voice of "Captain Hook".

Treasure Planet: Brian Murray
As the voice of "John Silver".

Treasure Planet: Emma Thompson
As the voice of "Captain Amelia".

Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Home Video Production

WINNER

Rolie Polie Olie: The Great Defender of Fun: (Nelvana Limited, Sparkling)

NOMINEES


The Star of Christmas: (Big Idea Productions)

Outstanding Production Design in an Animated Feature Production

WINNER

NOMINEES




Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Theatrical Feature

WINNER

Spirited Away: (Studio Ghibli)

NOMINEES

Ice Age: (20th Century Fox, Blue Sky Studios)

Lilo & Stitch: (Walt Disney Pictures)

Monsters, Inc.: (Pixar Animation Studios)

Outstanding Directing in an Animated Television Production

WINNER

Futurama: Rich Moore
For episode "Roswell That Ends Well".

NOMINEES

Fillmore!: Christian Roman
For episode "To Mar A Stall".

Oh Yeah! Cartoons: Guy Vasilovich
For episode "The Boy Who Cried Alien".

The Proud Family: Bruce W. Smith
For episode "A Hero For Halloween".

Static Shock: Dave Chlystek
For episode "The Big Leagues".

Outstanding Writing in an Animated Television Production

WINNER

King of the Hill: Norm Hiscock
For episode "Bobby Goes Nuts".

NOMINEES

King of the Hill: Kit Boss
For episode "Man Without A Country Club".

The Proud Family: James E. West II, T. Smith III
For episode "I Had A Dream".

Outstanding Music in an Animated Television Production

WINNER

Samurai Jack: James L. Venable
For episode "Episode I".

NOMINEES

The Fairly OddParents: Guy Moon (composer), Butch Hartman (lyricist), Steve Marmel (lyricist)

Outstanding Character Design in an Animated Television Production

NOMINEES


The Powerpuff Girls: Paul Rudish
For episode "Members Only".

The Proud Family: Shannon Tindle
For episode "Forbidden Date".

Samurai Jack: Lynne Naylor
For episode "Episode VI".

Time Squad: Alex Kirwan
For episode "Mission JX4435: Clown Squad".

Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Television Production Produced for Children

WINNER

Rolie Polie Olie: (Nelvana Limited, Sparkling)

NOMINEES

Kim Possible: (Walt Disney Television Animation)

The Proud Family: (Jambalaya Studios)

Rocket Power: (Klasky Csupo)

Stanley: (Cartoon Pizza Inc.)

Outstanding Storyboarding in an Animated Television Production

WINNER

Samurai Jack: Bryan Andrews
For episode "Episode VII".

NOMINEES

Jackie Chan Adventures: Eun Kim Seung
For episode "Queen of the Shadowkhan".

Outstanding Production Design in an Animated Television Production

WINNER

Samurai Jack: Dan Krall, Scott Wills
For episode "Episode I".

NOMINEES


Time Squad: David Wasson
For episode "Mission L4439: Keepin' It Real With Sitting Bull".

Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Television Commercial

WINNERS

(Wild Brain Inc.)
For "It's Alive" (Lamisil).

(Cartoon Network)
For "Courage" (Cartoon Network).

NOMINEES

(Acme Filmworks)
For "Casino" (Wisconsin Lottery).

(Acme Filmworks)
For "Woodcut" (Colorado Lottery).

(Psyop Inc.)
For "Drift" (Bombay).

(Acme Filmworks)
For "Catch" (AT&T).

(Acme Filmworks)
For "Every Move You Make" (Sinai Hospital).

(Psyop)
For "Arrow" (Lugz Shoes).

(Renegade Animation)
For "Don't Mess" (Dodge).

Outstanding Voice Acting in an Animated Television Production

WINNER

House of Mouse: Corey Burton
As the voice of "Ludwig Von Drake".

NOMINEE

The Ripping Friends: Mike McDonald
As the voice of "Rip".

Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Television Production

WINNER

The Simpsons: (Gracie Films, 20th Century Fox Television)

NOMINEES

Futurama: (Curiosity Company, 20th Century Fox Television)

Invader ZIM: (Nickelodeon)

Kim Possible: (Walt Disney Television Animation)

The Flintstones: On the Rocks: (Cartoon Network Studio)

June Foray Award

WINNER

Girard R. Miller

Certificate of Merit

WINNERS


(The Walter Lantz Foundation)

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