Wednesday, January 18, 2023

'Rise of the TMNT: The Movie', 'The Tiny Chef Show' and 'Big Nate' Receive Nominations in 50th Annual Annie Awards

The International Animated Film Society, ASIFA-Hollywood, has announced the exciting news that Nickelodeon Animation Studio has received three nominations in the landmark 50th Annual Annie Awards, which recognizes the year’s best in the field of animation!


The series premiere episode of Nickelodeon's Paramount+ Original Series Big Nate, "The Legend of the Gunting" has received two nominations in this year's Annie Awards: the episode itself has been nominated for the "Best TV/Media - Children" award whilst Mitch Watson, Emily Brundige, Ben Lapides, and Sarah Allan have been nominated in the "Best Writing - TV/Media" category for their collective work on the episode.

Meanwhile, Ida Hem has received a nomination in the "Best Character Design - Feature" category in the 2023 Annie Awards for her work on Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie.

Finally, The Tiny Chef Show episode "Pancakes", produced by Tiny Chef Productions LLC/Imagine Entertainment for Nickelodeon, has been nominated for the "TV/Media - Preschool" award.

This year's ceremony is scheduled to return Live on Saturday, February 25, 2023 at UCLA's Royce Hall. Pre-reception and Red Carpet at 4:30 p.m., followed by the ceremony at 7 p.m., and after party immediately following the ceremony. Nickelodeon serves as a Platinum Level sponsor of the event.

A full list of 50th Annual Annie Awards nominees can be found at https://www.annieawards.org/nominations.

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Additional source: Variety.

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