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“Inside Out” Claims Best Animated Feature Oscar; “Bear Story” Wins Best Animated Short

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The winners for the 88th Annual Academy Awards have been named for all categories with an animated production in contention, with Disney/Pixar’s Inside Out winning the Best Animated Feature Oscar and “Bear Story” winning the Best Animated Short Oscar. Inside Out lost the Best Original Screenplay Oscar to Spotlight.

A full list of winners can be found at the Oscars’ official website.

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