Annie, Get Your Spot Nominations

Takaki, Millie
January 2004
SHOOT;1/16/2004, Vol. 45 Issue 2, p7
Trade Publication
The article reports that Acme Filmworks, Hollywood, scored two of the four spot nominations in the 31st annual Annie Awards, which recognizes outstanding achievement in animation. Annies are presented by the Burbank-headquartered International Animated Film Society. Headed by executive producer/founder Ron Diamond, the Acme studio gained recognition with Wisconsin Lottery's "Casino" for Hoffman York, Minneapolis, and Colorado Lottery's "Woodcut," out of Karsh & Hagan, Denver.


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