Penguin movie HAPPY FEET has triumphed at the British BAFTA Children's Awards after it was named the Best Feature Film of 2007. scooping the best feature film gong - a ceremony honouring work in the field of kids entertainment. The animated adventure set in Antarctica saw off competition from Harry Potter And The Order of the Phoenix to land the top gong at the ceremony, which honours work in the field of kids entertainment. However, Happy Feet lost out to The Simpsons Movie in a separate category in which under-16s voted for their favourite movie of the year. The lavish ceremony took place on Sunday (25Nov07) at London's Hilton hotel.
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