2020 Golden Globes Winner
Missing Link, featuring the work of several Sheridan alumni, has won the Golden Globe for best animated motion picture.
The award was presented on Jan. 5, 2019 at a ceremony in Beverly Hills, Calif. Notably, Missing Link’s win marks the first time a stop-motion animation film has won a Golden Globe.
Grads helped animate the other four projects nominated for Best Animated Motion Picture, including Frozen 2, The Lion King and Toy Story 4. How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, also nominated in the category, was written and directed by Dean DeBlois (Animation ’90).
Sheridan grads also worked on Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood, which took home the award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
Sheridan grads have a long history of success at the Golden Globes, having contributed to every film that has won in the best animated motion picture category since the category’s inception in 2006.
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