The Boy and the Heron, Godzilla Minus One did not win in their respective categories
Kodoani.com – Last Sunday, the film world was immersed in the event of the Television Film Critics Association when announcing outstanding new stars at the 29th Awards Ceremony. At this awards night, the spotlight Bright lights shined brightly on excellent works, with a special highlight being the spectacular victory of anime “Scott Pilgrim Takes Off” by Science SARU and directed by Abel Góngora, won Best Animated Feature, but not in the television category.
Fierce competition took place between “Scott Pilgrim Takes Off” and other strong opponents such as “Bluey,” “Bob’s Burgers,” “Harley Quinn,” “Star Trek: Lower Decks,” and “Young Love.” This was truly a dramatic and unexpected race.
Equally notable, Hayao Miyazaki’s “The Boy and the Heron” was pitted against competitors in the Best Animated Feature category, while “Godzilla Minus One” was nominated for Audio Film. best foreign language. However, neither was able to win, leaving “Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse” and “Anatomy of a Fall” as the winners.
“Scott Pilgrim Takes Off” is not only an anime, but also a valuable work of art based on the “Scott Pilgrim” novel series by Bryan Lee O’Malley. The film officially aired on Netflix on November 17, bringing audiences a journey full of excitement and discovery.
In particular, the cast from the 2010 live-action version of “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World” returned to lend their voices to familiar characters, creating a special link between the two artistic worlds. This.
As for the project leader, it’s none other than Bryan Lee O’Malley and co-director Grabinski. This is not just a simple project, but a creative creation filled with the spirit of two artistic souls, realized by Japan’s Science SARU and a team of top directors.
Finally, behind the success of “Scott Pilgrim Takes Off” is support from famous names like Edgar Wright, director of the 2010 live-action version, and talented production partners like Nira Park, Michael Bacall, Marc Platt, Jared Leboff, and Adam Seigel.
A glorious night for the art of cinema, when “Scott Pilgrim Takes Off” conquered not only the hearts of the audience but also its position at the 29th International Awards Ceremony.