2014 Animated Best Picture Submissions 2014 Animated Best Picture Submissions
While we are still a ways off from the Oscars Jerry Beck’s Animation Scoop has reported that 20 feature-length animated films have been submitted to... 2014 Animated Best Picture Submissions

While we are still a ways off from the Oscars Jerry Beck’s Animation Scoop has reported that 20 feature-length animated films have been submitted to the Academy for the 2014 Best Animated feature category. The rules for the category are the film must run at least 40 minutes in length. There has to be a minimum of 8 eligible submissions to trigger the category with 3 nominations. If there are at least 16 qualifying films then there will be 5 nominations.

While some of the films are recognizable there are quite a few that are not. I thought it would be interesting to not only list them here but to include the trailer for them also. While its way too early to tell what films will make the eligibility requirements. I just hope that we don’t end up with what happened last year with Frozen winning because two of the far superior films The Wind Rises and Ernest & Celestine were not a widely seen and didn’t have the catchy pop song. So far of the features that I have seen Book of Life is my favorite film on the list and I hope that it make the final cut.

Here are the 20 submitted features:

Big Hero 6

The Book of Life

The Boxtrolls

Cheatin

Giovanni’s Island

Henry & Me

The Hero of Color City

How to Train Your Dragon 2

Jack and the Cuckoo-Clock Heart

Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return

The Lego Movie

Minuscule–Valley of the Lost Ants

Mr. Peabody & Sherman

Penguins of Madagascar

The Pirate Fairy

Planes: Fire & Rescue

Rio 2

Rocks in My Pockets

Song of the Sea

The Tale of the Princess

While some of the features will obviously not make it quality wise there are some really good-looking smaller release films like Song of the Sea, The Tale of the Princess, Minuscule – Valley of the Lost Ants, Giovanni’s Island, and Cheatin that will hopefully make the cut.

Steven Howearth

Steven Howearth

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