Disney dominates as ceremony spreads the wealth among many of the year's animated films
Over a million man hours went into producing film from original idea to screen
In a year with no clear frontrunner, "Frozen" and "Ernest & Celestine" are the only films nominated for feature, directing and writing
Disney's "Wreck-It Ralph" wins five Annies, including Best Picture and Best Director, over a field that includes "ParaNorman," "Brave," "Frankenweenie" and "Rise of the Guardians"
Pixar's "Brave," DreamWorks Animation's "Rise of the Guardians" and Disney's "Wreck-It Ralph" each receive 10 Annie nominations; "Hotel Transylvania" and "ParaNorman" receive eight
"Rango" wins five Annies, "Kung Fu Panda 2" and "Tintin" two each; "The Simpsons" takes top TV honor in overhauled animation awards
DreamWorks film receives 12 nominations, but former boycotters Disney and Pixar are honored as well
After shunning the controversial animated awards in 2010, Disney and Pixar restore support for a revamped organization
Animation organization announces changes to process that had caused Disney/Pixar to withdraw
"How to Train Your Dragon" wins 10 awards in replay of embarrassment from two years ago; Disney and Pixar opt out
The fact is this weekend's Writers Guild of America Awards and Annie Awards are very very limited in their predictive ability for the Academy Awards
The Academy offers a history lesson, and the 'Toon Wars heat up
"Toy Story 3" and "Tangled" get Best-Picture nods, but "How to Train Your Dragon" and DreamWorks dominate other categories
The most successful animation company in history will no longer participate in the Annies
Pete Docter's Pixar film wins the top two awards, but "Coraline" and "The Princess and the Frog" win three each
Pixar's "Up," the Oscar favorite, wins nine nominations but trails "Coraline" by one; Disney gets the most nods.