Golden Globe-nominated films powered by Sheridan alumni
Sheridan grads played a role in all five films nominated for Best Animated Motion Picture at the 77th Golden Globes, along with projects in the running for Best Picture – Drama, Best Picture – Comedy/Music and Best Series – Drama.
Nominees of this year’s Golden Globes, which recognize excellence in film and television, were announced on Monday Dec. 9.
How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, written and directed by Dean DeBlois (Animation ’90), is one of the films vying for Best Animated Feature. The Hidden World is the last film in the How to Train Your Dragon trilogy. The first was nominated for a Golden Globe in 2010, while DeBlois took home a Golden Globe in 2014 for How To Train Your Dragon 2.
The other films nominated for Best Animated Motion Picture at this year’s awards include Frozen 2, The Lion King, Missing Link and Toy Story 4.
Sheridan grads also contributed to The Irishman, up for Best Picture – Drama and Big Little Lies, nominated for Best Series – Drama. In addition, alumni worked on two of the projects nominated for Best Picture – Comedy/Musical: One Upon a Time…in Hollywood and Rocketman.
The winners will be announced on Jan. 5, 2020.
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