Mark Andrews and Brenda Chapman accepted the award for the film.
Disney led the category with three films nominated: "Wreck-It Ralph," "Brave," and "Frankenweenie."
"The fact that we're all nominated in one year is like, whoever wins of that group, I feel like the family wins," "Wreck-It Ralph" director Richard Moore told HuffPost Entertainment earlier this year. "I'm really proud of my film and what we achieved here at the studio."
Best Animated Feature is a young Oscar category, first introduced to the Academy Awards in 2001. "Shrek" took home the inaugural award, beating out "Monsters, Inc." and "Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius." At last year's 84th annual Academy Awards, "Rango" won out over "A Cat in Paris," "Chico and Rita," Kung Fu Panda 2," and "Puss in Boots."
Seth MacFarlane hosted the 2013 Academy Awards at Hollywood's Dolby Theater. The awards show, held on Feb. 24, included performances by Adele and Barbra Streisand.
More information about performances and winners can be found in the live blog below.