Below is the further list of all Academy winning Animated films from year 2011 to recent.
1. Rango (2011)
Director- Gore Verbinski
A family is driving through the desert with their pet lizard in an aquarium. To escape a collision, the driver is oblige to make a sudden movement. The aquarium slides off the car and onto the road. Beans, the female lizard, takes the lizard up to Dirt, an old western town, and he walks to the bar expecting to drink water. The braggart lizard claims to be a fearsome gunslinger whose name is Rango. The locals are please, believing Rango is a hero and inviting him to be the sheriff.
Sooner or later, Rango discovers that there is no water in town and that the Major is acting strangely. Rango, on the other hand, assumes that the villainous Rattlesnake Jake is a coward. He quits his job when he gets in town. He makes his way to the road. But the Spirit of the West persuades him to return and fight for those who believed in him.
2. Brave (2012)
Director(s)- Brenda Chapman, Mark Andrews
Merida is a plucky aristocrat of the rocky mediaeval highland Scotland. She is atypical of a traditional young princess in that she would rather develop her archery skills than prepare herself to be a queen. Also accept the burden of royal duty for the benefit of her kingdom. As a result, rebellious and headstrong Merida departs the castle in a fit of wrath, disapproving of her mother’s attempts to arrange an undesired betrothal. Only to reach the enchanted dark forest, home of a powerful local witch. Unwisely, the frantic girl believes that a powerful magical spell can solve her difficulties; but, in order to change one’s fate, one must first transform oneself.
3. Frozen (2013)
Director(s)- Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee
After an unintended error, Princess Elsa of Arendelle and her younger sister, Anna, grow increasingly distant from each other. As a result, Elsa, the great conjurer of snow and ice, has withdrawn from the kingdom, attempting to contain her ever-growing talent, or curse; however, conflicting emotions and bottled-up feelings threaten to plunge the beautiful realm into an unending winter. Now it’s up to Anna and a brave band of odd allies to save the day: Kristoff, a kind but clumsy Sámi ice-harvester, Sven, his reliable reindeer buddy, and Olaf, the cheerful animated snowman.
4. Big Hero 6 (2014)
Director(s)- Chris Williams, Don Hall
When a devastating event strikes San Francisco, Hiro turns to Baymax and his close buddies adrenaline junkie Go Go Tomago, neatnik Wasabi, chemistry wiz Honey Lemon, and fanboy Fred for help. Hiro transforms his companions into “Big Hero 6,” a group of high-tech heroes who are determined to solve the mystery.
5. Inside Out (2015)
Director- Pete Docter
Riley, an eleven-year-old Minnesota girl and hockey fanatic, has her world turned upside down when her parents decide to start over in San Francisco. Riley’s emotional headquarters—where the core sensations of Joy, Sadness, Anger, Disgust, and Fear reside—are forced to work double time as a result of her young mind’s struggle to cope with the new reality. Something starts to happen in Riley’s core memory sector as the situation spins out of control and Joy does her hardest to solve the unprecedented problem.
6. Zootopia (2016)
Director(s)- Rich Moore, Byron Howard
Zootopia is a mammalian metropolis where numerous animals live and prosper, from the greatest elephant to the tiniest shrew. Judy Hopps learns fast how difficult it is to uphold the law when she becomes the first bunny to join the police force. Judy rushes at the chance to solve a puzzling case, determined to prove herself. Unfortunately, this means she’ll have to deal with Nick Wilde, a cunning fox who makes her task even more difficult.
7. Coco (2017)
Director(s)- Adrian Molina, Lee Unkrich
Miguel, a twelve-year-old Mexican youngster and aspiring musician, is perplexed by his family’s continued prohibition on all music, especially because his idol and the greatest guitarist of all time, Ernesto de la Cruz, is the town’s hero. When Miguel is mysteriously sent to the far and crowded Land of the Dead due to an unintended mistake on the sacred Day of the Dead, the rascal skeleton, Hector, will lead the way through the vibrant underworld to help the young trespasser recover a missing ancestor. But will they be able to achieve it before sunrise?
8. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018)
Director(s)- Peter Ramsey, Bob Perischetti, Rodney Rothman
Miles Morales, a bright Brooklyn youngster struggling to find his place in the world while managing school and family, reluctantly enrols in an elite New York City boarding school. He discovers a whole new universe hidden in an abandoned NYC subway tunnel while grappling with his new duties, only to be bitten by a sneaky radioactive arachnid from another realm. Miles is surprised to realise that life has become even more confusing, unaware to him that he is about to become caught in the heart of a terrible inter-dimensional struggle, much as the original Spider-Man (2002).
Miles, young and inexperienced. He has no choice but to master his unexpected skills while the fate of the cosmos hangs in the balance. Despite his belief that not everyone is cut out to be a hero. But a hero isn’t necessarily the victor. It’s the one who is always attempting.
9. Toy Story 4 (2019)
Director- Josh Cooley
With Bonnie and a new toy named Forky, Woody, Buzz Lightyear, and the rest of the group embark on a road trip. Woody’s minor detour leads him to his long-lost friend Bo Peep, and the adventure turns into an unexpected reunion. As Woody and Bo reminisce about the good old days, it becomes clear that they are poles apart in terms of what they want from life as a toy.
10. Soul (2020)
Director- Pete Docter
Joe Gardner, a gifted pianist who lives and breathes jazz, wants nothing more than to land his big break. Instead, thrilled Joe finds himself fighting for his life, stuck in a mysterious plane of existence between this world and the next, life and death, after nailing a make-or-break audition with New York City’s famed saxophone, Dorothea Williams. Joe gets the chance to re-evaluate his life there, in the wonderful celestial nursery of newborn souls, and maybe, just maybe, inspire others to find their purpose and passion in life: their “spark.” Joe, on the other hand, isn’t quite ready to cross over yet.
11. Encanto (2021)
Director(s)- Bryon Howard, Jared Bush
The remarkable Madrigal family has found refuge in the breast of a secure, mountainous kingdom in Colombia full with colour and generosity, having been blessed to live in a secret, enchanted haven. Introspective teen Mirabel, on the other hand, has yet to receive her unique talent, as the mysterious power of an inconspicuous relic bestows supernatural gifts on its occupants. But when the tight-knit community’s future is jeopardised by an unforeseeable, awful tragedy, it’s up to Mirabel to step up and save the day.