Disney's animated 'Prep and Landing' wins 4 creative Emmy Awards
Disney's "Prep and Landing" was animation's big winner at Saturday's Creative Arts Emmys.
The ABC holiday special was named Outstanding Animated Program and also won three Emmy Awards for Outstanding Individual Achievements in Animation: background key designer William M. George III; art director Andy Harkness; and storyboard artist Joe Mateo.
More than 70 trophys were awarded at the Creative Arts ceremony, which kicks off the week leading up to the Aug. 29 Prime-Time Emmy Awards broadcast.
Elsewhere, "Robot Chicken" won for Best Short Form Animated Program and Anne Hathaway won Best Voiceover Performance for her work on "The Simpsons."
Also, "Star Wars Uncut" won for Best Creative Achievement Interactive.
| August 22, 2010; 2:00 PM ET
Categories: The Animation, The Holly Word | Tags: Prep and Landing, Robot Chicken, Star Wars, The Simpsons
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