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This image released by Disney shows Kristoff, voiced by Jonathan Groff, left, and Anna, voiced by Kristen Bell, in a scene from "Frozen."

‘Frozen’ freezes out Annie competition

“Frozen” took the top honor at the International Animated Film Society’s annual awards ceremony on Saturday.

The Disney film was named best animated feature at the Annie Awards. It also grabbed individual achievement honors.

Chris Nuch and Jennifer lee were honored for directing; Kristen Anderson-Lopez, Robert Lopez and Christophe Beck won for music; Michael Giaimo, Lisa Keene and David Womersley won for production design; and Josh Gad was given the nod for voice acting.

The wintry princess tale shared the top category with several nominees it also faces in the Academy Awards’ animated feature category including “The Croods,” which won three individual achievement Annies, and “The Wind Rises,” which earned one.

Other honors announced included television and video game categories as well as individual work in non-animated films.

A complete list of Annie award winners can be seen here: http://annieawards.org/nominees/#1

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