Gravity and Frozen bagged top honors at the 40th Annual Saturn Awards. Frozen took home the best animated feature honour, whereas Gravity won for best visual effects. These awards were presented by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films. Frozen is a 3D computer-animated, comedy-adventure musical; produced by Walt Disney pictures. It’s a story of two sisters, Princess Anna and Elsa, who live in the Nordic kingdom of Arendelle. When Elsa’s special powers entrap Arendelle in a permanent winter, she flees into the mountains. Anna sets off on an epic journey to find her sister and teams up with Kristoff and his loyal reindeer Sven, along with the hilarious snowman called Olaf on this journey. On the whole, Gravity lead the night by winning five awards. Apart from best visual effects, Gravity also grabbed the awards for Best science fiction film, best director (Alfonso Cuaron), best actress (Sandra Bullock) and best editing (Alfonso Cuaron, Mark Sanger). Gravity is a 3D si-fi thriller, produced by Alfonso Cuaron and David Heyman. The story revolves around a medical engineer (Sandra Bullock) and an astronaut (George Clooney), who work together to survive after a catastrophe destroys their shuttle and leaves them adrift in orbit. Her and Iron Man 3 were awarded three Saturns apiece. On the TV side, Breaking Bad and The Walking Dead each won three awards.