Disney’s “Zootopia”, “Piper”, “Jungle Book” all win Oscars at 89th Academy Awards

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Disney’s winning streak continues: “Zootopia” took home the award for Best Animated Feature during tonight’s 89th Academy Awards ceremony.

Directors Byron Howard and Rich Moore were on hand alongside producer Clark Spencer to accept the award at the Oscars, which aired live this evening on ABC. “Zootopia” previously won for Best Animated Motion Picture at this year’s Golden Globes.

The other four nominees for Best Animated Feature were Laika’s “Kubo and the Two Strings”, the french film “My Life as a Courgette”, Studio Ghibli’s “The Red Turtle”, and Disney’s own “Moana”.

Disney / Pixar’s short “Piper”, which played in front of “Finding Dory” in theaters, also took home the Oscar for Best Animated Short.

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And finally, Disney’s “The Jungle Book” won for Best Visual Effects.

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  1. Ken Hutchinson

    All well deserved wins, I do wonder why Finding Dory got left out in the cold.

  2. Tom JK

    Congratulations Disney! Honestly, for such a mediocre year for film, Disney did not disappoint. “Zootopia” deserved it. It was the only film I truly enjoyed, because it had a universal theme, it was clever, and (thank god) it did not feel politically biased. Liberal or conservative, this was a movie for everyone.


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