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Five Animated Features Nominated for Golden Globes

Clockwise from top left: Encanto, My Sunny Maad, Luca, Raya and the Last Dragon, Flee
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Five Animated Features Nominated for Golden Globes

Five Animated Features Nominated for Golden Globes

The 2022 Golden Globes have been cut from NBC’s screening schedule, but the Hollywood Foreign Press Association is pushing ahead toward a January 9 awards ceremony. Nominations were announced this morning in an event hosted by Snoop Dogg, revealing five animated feature titles in competition. The most nominations this year went to Belfast and The Power of the Dog, with seven each. 

Best Motion Picture – Animated

Encanto is additionally nominated in the Original Score (Germaine Franco) and Original Song (“Dos Oruguitas” categories.

NBC announced in May that it had canceled the 2022 Golden Globes broadcast, following heavy criticism lobbied at the HFPA over allegations of corruption and the revelation that the organization had zero Black members.  The Association announced an expansion of its membership in October, adding 21 new members, including six who are Black, six who are Latinx, five who are Asian and four who are Middle Eastern/North African.  

The Golden Globes has a firm track record of lining up its animated feature pick with the Academy Awards. Here’s a look back at the overlap between the two awards:

A Look Back at ‘Oscars vs. Golden Globes’ Track Record

Year Academy Awards Golden Globes
2007 Happy Feet Cars
2008 Ratatouille Ratatouille
2010 Up Up
2011 Toy Story 3 Toy Story 3
2012 Rango The Adventures of Tintin
2013 Brave Brave
2014 Frozen Frozen
2015 Big Hero 6 How to Train Your Dragon 2
2016 Inside Out Inside Out
2017 Zootopia Zootopia
2018 Coco Coco
2019 Spider-Man: Spider-Verse Spider-Man: Spider-Verse
2020 Toy Story 4 Missing Link
2021 Soul Soul



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