USA Today has an extensive look at the five nominations for Best Animated Feature at the Oscars, with various intverviews with people behind the scenes of the year’s contenders. Stating that there is no clear frontrunner for the prize this year, the article goes into the individual movies’ chances of victory, as well as the filmmakers feelings regarding animation generally being ignored in the Best Picture race. “Animation has always been considered the kids’ table of film,” said Brave’s Mark Andrews. “I’m kind of torn. I love that it has its own category, but I think we can go up against live-action. Why is animation considered less?” The website also has an article regarding the nominations in the Best Animated Short category, declaring Disney’s Paperman the frontrunner of the batch.