'Brave' wins best animated feature film Oscar
Directors Mark Andrews and Brenda Chapman's "Brave" won the best animated feature film award at the 85th Annual Academy Awards here Sunday night
The film's story is about a high-spirited Scottish princess Merida, who resists her mother's efforts to transform her into a more ladylike young woman.
Faced with an arranged marriage she doesn't want, Merida runs away into the forest, where she encounters a witch, who teaches her a dangerous spell.
The film pipped "Frankenweenie", "ParaNorman", "The Pirates! Band of Misfits" and "Wreck-It Ralph", to win the prestigious trophy.
Director Andrews was "brave" enough to wear a kilt to the Oscar stage and collect the trophy.