The 100 best animated movies: animators and filmmakers, E to P

Experts including Disney and Pixar directors, Wes Anderson, Nick Park and Carlos Saldanha vote for their favorite animated movies

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How did we choose the 100 best animated movies of all time? We went straight to the experts and asked them to tell us their personal top ten films. From there we calculated the top 100 overall best animated movies. Here, you'll find the personal selections of animators and filmmakers including the Aardman directors Peter Lord and Nick Park (creators of Wallace and Gromit), the Alien designer HR Giger, the prolific animator Bill Plympton and the independent animated filmmaker Don Hertzfeldt. Explore their top tens here.


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David O'Reilly

David O’Reilly is a 3-D animator and music-video director, whose most recent work includes the video-game sequences in Her.


Nick Park

Nick Park is the king of British animation: He is the four-time Oscar-winning writer, director and animator of Wallace & Gromit and Chicken Run.


Cinco Paul

Cinco Paul is the cowriter of Horton Hears a Who!, Hop, The Lorax, and Despicable Me and its sequels.


Bill Plympton

Bill Plympton is an indie animator whose features include I Married a Strange Person! and Idiots and Angels. His short films have won too many awards to count.




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