I am not pleased that Zootopia won. While I enjoyed the film, it's pretty common that the 'animated feature' category is populated with animated equivalents to Goodfellas, 2001, Schindler's List and Apocalypse Now, but the winning film is the equivalent to Home Alone or Hook. The category was made to prevent animated films from winning for Best Picture, but what it's become is a platform for Disney / Pixar / Dreamworks to have a pissing contest while all of then grind their heels into anyone working in animation outside of the big studios. If you don't work at Disney/Pixar, then you have no chance of winning Best Feature or Short.
Piper was literally the worst possible choice for Animated Short (with possible exception of Borrowed Time, which doesn't feel like a complete story). Blind Vaysha was my obvious pick, but Pearl was at least as good as your typical Disney-style animated crap as far as the story and emotional manipulation.
I didn't see Pear Cider & Cigarettes, tho, so I can't say if that shouldn't have won or not...
But for feature, I haven't seen Zucchini or The Red Turtle, but I'll guarantee you that you can watch either of them and be like "Wow, that's a way better movie". That shit happens every year. The category is a joke.