Who Won the Oscar for Animated Feature Film?
The Academy Award for Animated Feature Film was introduced at the 74th Academy Awards in 2002. The first Oscar went to the DreamWorks feature starring the voice of Mike Myers, "Shrek".
Special Achievement Oscars were awarded prior before that to "Toy Story" in 1996, "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" in 1989 and "Snow White" in 1939.
The most recent winner in 2017 was the movie "Zootopia."
Animated Feature Film Academy Award Winners
|2017||Zootopia||Byron Howard, Rich Moore, and Clark Spencer|
|2016||Inside Out||Pete Docter and Jonas Rivera|
|2015||Big Hero 6||Don Hall, Chris Williams and Roy Conli|
|2014||Frozen||Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee and Peter Del Vecho|
|2013||Brave||Mark Andrews and Brenda Chapman|
|2011||Toy Story 3||Lee Unkrich|
|2007||Happy Feet||George Miller|
|2006||Wallace & Gromit in The Curse of the Were-Rabbit||Nick Park and Steve Box|
|2005||The Incredibles||Brad Bird|
|2004||Finding Nemo||Andrew Stanton|
|2003||Spirited Away||Hayao Miyazaki|