3 Films Rendered by FoxRenderfarm Eligible for 89th Oscar Best Animation Award

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The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Science (AMPAS) recently released the official notice that 27 animated films participate 89th Oscar Best Animation Award which creates the highest record.

To my surprise, 3 of these submitting animated films are rendered by Fox Renderfarm: Monkey King: Hero Is Back (China), Kingsglaive Final Fantasy XV(Japan) and Bilal(Dubai). Back to 2014, Mr. Hublot rendered by Fox Renderfarm won the 86th Oscar Best Animated Short Film Award. At this time, let’s hope animated films rendered by Fox Renderfarm can win this special award again.

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As a great CG film in China animation history, Monkey King: Hero Is Back has won the 30th China Golden Rooster Awards for Best Art Film and the 16th China Ornamental Column Awards for Excellence Fearure Film. Now Monkey King: Hero Is Back sets Chinese animation record to compete with Hollywood film studios for Oscar Best Animation Award.

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Produced by SQUARE ENIX, Kingsglaive Final Fantasy XV earned worldwide acclaim for its verisimilitude and stunning special effects.

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Produced by Barajoun Entertainment in Dubai, Bilal is the first 3D Animated epic film in Middle East, telling a story of an immortal hero of Arabic history.

27 movies run for the 89th Oscar Best Animation Award as follows:

The Angry Birds Movie

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April and the Extraordinary World

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Bilal

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Finding Dory

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Ice Age: Collision Course

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Kingsglaive Final Fantasy XV

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Kubo and the Two Strings

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Kung Fu Panda 3

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The Little Prince

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Long Way North

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Miss Hokusai

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Moana

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Monkey King: Hero Is Back

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Mune

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Mustafa & the Magician

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My Life as a Zucchini

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Phantom Boy

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The Red Turtle

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Sausage Party

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Sausage Party

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Sing

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Snowtime!

25

Storks

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Trolls

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25 April

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Your Name

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Zootopia

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