BAFTA Award for Best Animated Film
Awarded forExcellence in animated films
LocationLondon
CountryUnited Kingdom
Presented byBritish Academy of Film and Television Arts
First awarded2007
Currently held bySoul (2021)
Websitehttp://www.bafta.org/

This is a list of the winners and nominees of the BAFTA Award for Best Animated Film.

Winners and nominees

2000s

Year Film Director(s) Producer(s) Country
2006
(60th)
[1]
Happy Feet[2] George Miller, Warren Coleman, Judy Morris Bill Miller, George Miller, Doug Mitchell, Philip Hearnshaw United States, Australia
Cars John Lasseter, Joe Ranft Darla K. Anderson United States
Flushed Away David Bowers, Sam Fell Dick Clement, Ian La Frenais, Simon Nye United Kingdom, United States
2007
(61st)
[3]
Ratatouille Brad Bird, Jan Pinkava Brad Lewis, John Lasseter, Andrew Stanton, Galyn Susman United States
Shrek the Third Chris Miller, Raman Hui Aron Warner, Andrew Adamson, Denise Nolan Cascino United States
The Simpsons Movie David Silverman James L. Brooks, Matt Groening, Al Jean, Mike Scully, Richard Sakai United States
2008
(62nd)
[4]
WALL-E Andrew Stanton Jim Morris, Lindsey Collins, John Lasseter United States
Persepolis Marjane Satrapi, Vincent Paronnaud Marc-Antoine Robert France, Iran
Waltz with Bashir Ari Folman Ari Folman, Serge Lalou, Gerhard Meixner, Yael Nahlieli, Roman Paul Israel
2009
(63rd)
[5]
Up Pete Docter, Bob Peterson Jonas Rivera, John Lasseter, Andrew Stanton United States
Coraline Henry Selick Claire Jennings United States
Fantastic Mr. Fox Wes Anderson Wes Anderson, Scott Rudin, Allison Abbate, Steven M. Rales United States

2010s

Year Film Director(s) Producer(s) Country
2010
(64th)
[6]
Toy Story 3 Lee Unkrich Darla K. Anderson, John Lasseter, Nicole Paradis Grindle United States
Despicable Me Pierre Coffin, Chris Renaud John Cohen, Janet Healy, Chris Meledandri United States
How to Train Your Dragon Chris Sanders, Dean DeBlois Bonnie Arnold, Doug Davison, Roy Lee, Michael Connolly, Tim Johnson United States
2011
(65th)
[7]
Rango Gore Verbinski John B. Carls, Graham King, Gore Verbinski United States
The Adventures of Tintin Steven Spielberg Peter Jackson, Kathleen Kennedy, Steven Spielberg United States, New Zealand
Arthur Christmas Sarah Smith Steve Pegram, Chris Juen United Kingdom, United States
2012
(66th)
[8]
Brave Mark Andrews, Brenda Chapman Katherine Sarafian United States
Frankenweenie Tim Burton Tim Burton, Allison Abbate United States
ParaNorman Sam Fell, Chris Butler Travis Knight, Arianne Sutner United States
2013
(67th)
[9]
Frozen Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee Peter Del Vecho United States
Despicable Me 2 Pierre Coffin, Chris Renaud Janet Healy, Chris Meledandri United States
Monsters University Dan Scanlon Kori Rae United States
2014
(68th)
[10]
The Lego Movie Phil Lord, Christopher Miller Dan Lin, Roy Lee United States, Denmark, Australia
Big Hero 6 Don Hall, Chris Williams Roy Conli United States
The Boxtrolls Anthony Stacchi, Graham Annable Travis Knight, David Ichioka United States
2015
(69th)
[11]
Inside Out Pete Docter Jonas Rivera United States
Minions Pierre Coffin, Kyle Balda Chris Meledandri, Janet Healy United States
Shaun the Sheep Movie Richard Starzak, Mark Burton Paul Kewley, Julie Lockhart United Kingdom
2016
(70th)
[12]
Kubo and the Two Strings Travis Knight Travis Knight, Arianne Sutner United States
Finding Dory Andrew Stanton Lindsey Collins United States
Moana Ron Clements, John Musker Osnat Shurer United States
Zootopia Byron Howard, Rich Moore Clark Spencer United States
2017
(71st)
[13]
Coco[14] Lee Unkrich Darla K. Anderson United States
Loving Vincent Dorota Kobiela, Hugh Welchman Hugh Welchman, Ivan Mactaggart, Sean Bobbitt Poland, United Kingdom
My Life as a Courgette Claude Barras Armelle Glorennec, Éric Jacquot, Marc Bonny Switzerland, France
2018
(72nd)
[15]
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse[16] Bob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey, Rodney Rothman Phil Lord United States
Incredibles 2 Brad Bird John Walker United States
Isle of Dogs Wes Anderson Jeremy Dawson United States, Germany
2019
(73rd)
[17]
Klaus Sergio Pablos Jinko Gotoh Spain
Frozen II Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee Peter Del Vecho United States
A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon Will Becher, Richard Phelan Paul Kewley United Kingdom
Toy Story 4 Josh Cooley Mark Nielsen United States

2020s

Year Film Director(s) Producer(s) Country
2020
(74th)
Soul[18] Pete Docter, Kemp Powers Dana Murray United States
Onward Dan Scanlon Kori Rae United States
Wolfwalkers Tomm Moore, Ross Stewart Paul Young, Nora Twomey, Tomm Moore, Stéphan Roelants United States, United Kingdom, Ireland, Luxembourg, France

Comparison with the Academy Awards

Year BAFTA Award Academy Award
2007 Happy Feet
2008 Ratatouille
2009 WALL-E
2010 Up
2011 Toy Story 3
2012 Rango
2013 Brave
2014 Frozen
2015 The Lego Movie Big Hero 6
2016 Inside Out
2017 Kubo and the Two Strings Zootopia
2018 Coco
2019 Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
2020 Klaus Toy Story 4
2021 Soul

See also

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