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'Frozen,' 'LEGO Movie' Win BAFTA Children's Awards

Disney’s ‘Frozen’ and Warner Bros.’ ‘The LEGO Movie’ are among the winners at the BAFTA Children's Awards, held on Sunday in London.

Frozen and The LEGO Movie were among the winners at the BAFTA Children's Awards, which were held on Sunday in London.

Disney's Oscar-winning feature took the honor for best film in the kids' vote category, which saw more than 200,000 votes cast by kids aged 7 to 14. In the same section, Minecraft won the game award, and Jessie won for TV.

Elsewhere, The LEGO Movie fought off competition from Maleficent, How to Train Your Dragon 2 and kids' favorite Frozen to win best feature film at the London ceremony.

In television, Cartoon Network took home the channel of the year honor, while Aardman Animations' Shaun the Sheep won its second BAFTA award for animation. Mario Kart 8 triumphed in the game category.

The full list of winners is shown below:

Shaun The Sheep -- Richard Starzak, Jay Grace, John Woolley -- Aardman Animations/CBBC

Channel of the Year
Cartoon Network

Diddy Movies 2 -- Steve Ryde, Dez Mcarthy, Annette Williams -- CBBC/CBBC

Katie Morag -- Move on Up/CBeebies

Junior Bake Off -- Love Productions/CBBC

Operation Ouch! -- Maverick Television/CBBC

Feature Film
The LEGO Movie -- Phil Lord, Christopher Miller, Dan Lin, Roy Lee -- Warner Bros. Pictures, Village Road Show Pictures/Warner Bros. Pictures

Mario Kart 8 -- Nintendo/Nintendo

Independent Production Company of the Year
Kindle Entertainment Ltd.

Interactive: Adapted
Disney Animated -- Touch Press/Disney Interactive/Walt Disney Animation Studios

Interactive: Original
Dixi -- Dan Berlinka, Nina Metivier, Melanie Stokes -- Kindle Entertainment/Syndicut/Lucy Atkinson/CBBC Online

Adventure Time -- Pendleton Ward, Graham Falk, Nick Jennings -- Cartoon Network Studios/Cartoon Network

Learning: Primary
Lizard Girl -- Iona Sweeney, Lynsey Miller, Vivienne Franzmann -- Feelgood Fiction/BBC Two

Learning: Secondary
Poetry: Between The Lines -- Somethin’ Else/BBC Two

Cherry Campbell -- Katie Morag -- CBeebies

Preschool: Animation
Sarah & Duck -- Tim O’Sullivan, Sarah Gomes Harris, Jamie Badminton -- Karrot Entertainment/CBeebies

Preschool: Live Action
Old Jack’s Boat -- Dominic MacDonald, Tony Reed, Tom Poole -- CBeebies/CBeebies

Richard McCourt & Dominic Wood -- Absolute Genius with Dick and Dom -- CBBC

Short Form
CITV Share A Story 2013 -- Waldemar Werbel, Jadine Sage, Frank Mansfield -- CITV/CITV

Debbie Moon -- Wolfblood -- CBBC

Source: BAFTA

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Formerly Editor-in-Chief of Animation World Network, Jennifer Wolfe has worked in the Media & Entertainment industry as a writer and PR professional since 2003.