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This is a List of Awards and Nominations for How to Train Your Dragon.

Awards and Nominations

Oscars 2011

Nominated Best Animated Feature Film of the Year
Nominated Best Achievement in Music Written for Motion Pictures, Original Score

Golden Globes 2011

Nominated Best Animated Film

BAFTA Awards 2011

Nominated Anthony Asquith Award for Film Music
Nominated BAFTA Film Award - Best Animated Film

3D Creative Arts Awards 2011

Won Best 3D Feature - Animated
Won Best Stereography - Animated

ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards 2011

Won Top Box Office Films

Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA 2011

Nominated Best Production Design
Nominated Best Music
Nominated Best Animated Film

Alliance of Women Film Journalists 2010

Won EDA Female Focus Award - Best Animated Female - America Ferrera For playing "Astrid".
Nominated EDA Award - Best Animated Feature Film

American Cinema Editors, USA 2011

Nominated Best Edited Animated Feature Film

Annie Awards 2011

Won Best Animated Feature
Won Best Animated Effects - Brett Miller
Won Best Character Animation in a Feature Production - Gabe Hordos
Won Best Writing in an Animated Feature Production - William Davies (screenplay), Dean DeBlois (screenplay), Chris Sanders (screenplay)
Won Best Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Production -Jay Baruchel For playing "Hiccup".
Won Best Music in an Animated Feature Production - John Powell
Won Best Directing in a Feature Production - Chris Sanders, Dean DeBlois
Won Best Character Design in an Animated Feature Production - Nicolas Marlet
Won Best Production Design in an Animated Feature Production - Pierre-Olivier Vincent
Won Best Storyboarding in an Animated Feature Production - Tom Owens
Nominated Best Animated Effects - Jason Mayer
Nominated Best Character Animation in a Feature Production - Jakob Hjort Jensen
Nominated Best Character Animation in a Feature Production - David Torres
Nominated Best Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Production - Gerard Butler For playing "Stoick".
Nominated Best Storyboarding in an Animated Feature Production - Alessandro Carloni

Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards 2011

Nominated Best Animated Feature

Central Ohio Film Critics Association 2011

Nominated Best Animated Film

Chicago Film Critics Association Awards 2010

Nominated Best Animated Feature

Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards 2010

2nd place Best Animated Film

Denver Film Critics Society 2010

Nominated Best Animated Feature Film

Golden Trailer Awards 2010

Nominated Best Animation/Family - For "Prepare (Trailer #3)".

Hugo Awards 2011

Nominated Best Dramatic Presentation - Long Form

IGN Summer Movie Awards 2010

Nominated Best Animated Movie

Indiana Film Journalists Association, US 2010

Won Best Animated Feature

International Cinephile Society Awards 2011

Nominated Best Animated Film

International Film Music Critics Award (IFMCA) 2010

Won Film Score of the Year
Won Best Original Score for an Animated Feature Film
Nominated Film Music Composition of the Year - For the composition track "Forbidden Friendship".
Nomianted Film Music Composition of the Year - For the composition track "Test Drive".

Iowa Film Critics Awards 2011

Nominated Best Animated Feature

Kids' Choice Awards, USA 2011

Nominated Favorite Animated Movie

Las Vegas Film Critics Society Awards 2010

Nominated Best Family Film
Nominated Best Animated Film
Best Song For the song "Sticks & Stones"

Motion Picture Sound Editors, USA 2011

Won Golden Reel Award - Best Sound Editing - Sound Effects, Foley, Dialogue and ADR in an Animation Feature Film

North Texas Film Critics Association, US 2010

2nd place Best Animated Film

Online Film & Television Association 2011

Won Best Voice-Over Performance Jay Baruchel For playing "Hiccup". Tied with Tom Hanks for playing "Woody" in Toy Story 3 (2010).
Nominated Best Animated Picture
Nomianted Best Voice-Over Performance America Ferrera For playing "Astrid".

Online Film Critics Society Awards 2011

Nominated Best Animated Feature

PGA Awards 2011

Nominated Outstanding Producer of Animated Theatrical Motion Pictures - Bonnie Arnold

People's Choice Awards, USA 2011

Nominated Favorite Family Movie

Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards 2010

Nominated Best Animated Film

San Diego Film Critics Society Awards 2010

Nominated Best Animated Film

Satellite Awards 2010

Nominated Best Motion Picture, Animated or Mixed Media

Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America 2011

Nominated Bradbury Award

Southeastern Film Critics Association Awards 2010

2nd place Best Animated Feature

St. Louis Film Critics Association, US 2010

Nominated Best Animated Feature Film

Teen Choice Awards 2010

Nominated Choice Movie: Animated

Toronto Film Critics Association Awards 2011

Won Best Animated Feature

Utah Film Critics Association Awards 2010

2nd place Best Animated Feature Film

Venice Film Festival 2010

Won Most Creative 3D Film Stereoscopic Film of the Year - Tied with 'James Cameron' for Avatar (2009).

Visual Effects Society Awards 2011

Won Outstanding Effects Animation in an Animated Feature Motion Picture
Won Outstanding Animation in an Animated Feature Motion Picture
Won Outstanding Animated Character in an Animated Feature Motion Picturem - for the character of Toothless

Washington DC Area Film Critics Association Awards 2010

Nominated Best Animated Film

World Soundtrack Awards 2010 World Soundtrack Awards 2010

Nominated Best Original Song Written for a Film - Jon Thor Birgisson - For the song "Sticks & Stones". World Soundtrack Awards 2010