Pixar celebrates "Brave" win at Oscars
EMERYVILLE, Calif. (KGO) -- A post- Academy Awards celebration was held at Emeryville's Pixar Studios Monday. "Brave" director Mark Andrews and producer Katherine Sarafian brought home the Oscar trophies to show the Pixar team.
Brave picked up a big win for best animated feature film at Sunday night's awards ceremony in Hollywood.
Andrews said being recognized by his industry peers was a humbling experience.
"Some of the people in the audience inspired me to become a filmmaker so to share the stage, share the theater and walk amongst these giants was amazing," he said.
The celebration included bagpipers and a Scottish toast.
It's the seventh win for the Emeryville company since the category was established in 2002.
Pixar is owned by Disney, the parent company of ABC7.
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