The Walt Disney Studios, including Pixar, dominated the second annual 3D Creative Arts Awards of the International 3D Society Wednesday night (Feb. 9) at Grauman’s Chinese Theater, with five different 3D movies from the studios winning a combined six of 16 voted awards.
But it was DreamWorks Animation‘s “How to Train Your Dragon” that was a bit of a surprise winner for Animated 3D Feature of the Year. It was one of three awards for the movie, the most for any one title. Disney/Pixar’s “Toy Story 3″ won the People’s Choice Award in that category: Favorite 3D Animated Movie.” Disney’s “Tron” Legacy” won Live Action Feature of the Year, one of five Lumiere Awards for the studio.
One of the most notable elements of the evening was what is believed to be the first-ever 3D TV production of the awards program and preceding red carpet arrivals.
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