'Tron: Legacy,' 'How to Train Your Dragon' Top 3D Creative Arts Awards

"Tron: Legacy"

"Dragon" star Jay Baruchel took home the 3D talent award and "Toy Story 3" was named favorite 3D animated movie.

Tron: Legacy and How to Train Your Dragon took top honors during the second annual International 3D Society’s 3D Creative Arts Awards, which was created to recognize talent in the burgeoning 3D industry.

On Wednesday at Grauman’s Chinese Theater in Hollywood, Disney’s Tron was honored as live-action 3D feature of the year and for best stereography in a live-action feature. DreamWorks Animation’s Dragon was recognized as 3D feature of the year and for best stereography in the categories for animated movies.

James Cameron was not on hand to receive the inaugural Harold Lloyd Award for outstanding achievement in 3D filmmaking and advocacy.

Avatar producer Jon Landau accepted for Cameron. Said Landau: "Jim looks forward to doing every project in the future in 3D."

Lenny Lipton collected the Century Award for Lifetime Achievement. 

Tom Cavanaugh of Yogi Bear hosted.

Additional competitive Lumiere Award recipients included Pixar Animation Studio’s Day & Night, which won the shorts category; Alice in Wonderland, for outstanding achievement of a 2D-to-3D converted feature; and Hubble 3D, in documentary work.

Jay Baruchel, the voice of Hiccup in Dragon, was the recipient of the 3D Talent Award.

In addition to the Lumiere Awards, People’s Choice Awards in 3D were given to The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, named favorite 3D live-action movie, and Toy Story 3, which was recognized as favorite 3D animated movie.

Wednesday’s ceremony was shot in 3D and will be part of a two-hour special to air on 3net, the soon-to-launch 3D network that is a joint venture of Sony, Discovery and Imax. 3Ality Digital is producing the special.

The International 3D Society reported that the winners of the Lumiere Awards were selected by the voting of more than 400 society members.

The complete list of winners follows:

LIVE ACTION 3D FEATURE OF THE YEAR:

“TRON Legacy” 
The Walt Disney Studios

ANIMATED 3D FEATURE OF THE YEAR:

“How to Train Your Dragon” 
DreamWorks Animation (DWA)

SHORT 3D MOTION PICTURE/NARRATIVE:

“Day & Night”        
Pixar

 BEST 3D DOCUMENTARY:

“Hubble 3D”                    
IMAX

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT OF 2D TO 3D CONVERTED FEATURE:

“Alice in Wonderland”  
The Walt Disney Studios and Sony Imageworks

3D LIVE EVENT

“Black Eyed Peas 3D: Live”                       
AEG Live

BEST 3D SCENE OF THE YEAR:

“Tangled”
The Walt Disney Studios s

BEST 3D STEREOGRAPHY – LIVE ACTION:

“Tron: Legacy”           
The Walt Disney Studios

BEST 3D STEREOGRAPHY – ANIMATED:

                                 “How to Train Your Dragon” 
                                 DreamWorks Animation (DWA)

The International 3D Society previously partnered with the People’s Choice Awards, where nominees in the category of “People’s Choice™ Awards in 3D” were announced during the January 6, 2011, telecast of that event.  Fans voted online through January 23, 2011 selecting the two, People’s Choice™ Awards in 3D” winners below:

 2010 “PEOPLE’S CHOICE  AWARD: FAVORITE 3D LIVE ACTION MOVIE:”

                                  “The Chronicles of Narnia:  The Voyage of the Dawn Treader”
                                 Walden Media/20th Century Fox

 2011 PEOPLE’S CHOICE ™ AWARD: “FAVORITE 3D ANIMATED MOVIE:”

“Toy Story 3”                      
The Walt Disney Studios

Century Award:

Lifetime Achievement  Lenny Lipton

Harold Lloyd Award      James Cameron
                                           Lightstorm Entertainment

3D Video Game             Call of Duty: Black Ops          
                                           Activision/Blizzard

3D TV Music Series     Guitar Center           
                                          DirecTV

3D Television Award:

Entertainment/Music   Dance, Dance, Dance           
                                          BSkyB

3D Talent Award          Jay Baruchel, as "Hiccup"  in “How to Train Your Dragon”
                                         DreamWorks Animation (DWA)

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