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“Coco,” “Dear Basketball” Take Home 2018 Oscars

Disney Pixar Coco

The 90th Academy Awards were handed out on Sunday, with Disney/Pixar’s Coco taking home the Oscar for Best Animated Feature and Best Original Song (“Remember Me” by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez), while “Dear Basketball,” Kobe Bryant’s collaboration with Glen Keane and John Williams, took home the Oscar for Best Animated Short Film. Animated films were not nominated in any of the other categories.

A full list of winners in all categories is available here.

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