Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation

The Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation is given each year for theatrical films, television episodes, or other dramatized works related to science fiction or fantasy released in the previous calendar year.[1] Originally the award covered both works of film and of television but since 2003, it has been split into two categories: "Best Dramatic Presentation (Long Form)" and "Best Dramatic Presentation (Short Form)". The Dramatic Presentation Awards are part of the broader Hugo Awards, which are given every year by the World Science Fiction Society for the best science fiction or fantasy works and achievements of the previous year. The awards are named after Hugo Gernsback, the founder of the first science fiction magazine, Amazing Stories, and was once officially known as the Science Fiction Achievement Award.[2] The award has been described as "a fine showcase for speculative fiction".[3]

Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation
Awarded forThe best dramatized production devoted primarily to science fiction or fantasy
Presented byWorld Science Fiction Society
First awarded1958
Most recent winnerSpider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (Long Form)
The Good Place: "Janet(s)" (Short Form)
Websitethehugoawards.org

History

The award was first presented in 1958, and with the exceptions of 1964 and 1966 was given annually through 2002 when it was retired in favor of the newly created Dramatic Presentation (Long Form) and Dramatic Presentation (Short Form) categories, which divided the category depending on whether the work was longer or shorter than 90 minutes. In the 1964 and 1966 awards there were insufficient nominations made to support the category.[4][5] Prior to 1971, the category was defined as including works from "radio, television, stage or screen", and thereafter was expanded to "any medium of dramatized science fiction or fantasy", resulting in the nomination of recorded songs and other works.[6] In addition to the regular Hugo awards, beginning in 1996 Retrospective Hugo Awards, or "Retro Hugos", have been available to be awarded for years 50, 75, or 100 years prior in which no awards were given.[7] To date, Retro Hugo awards have been awarded for 1939, 1941, 1943, 1944, 1946, 1951, and 1954; the 1946 and 1951 awards were for the Best Dramatic Presentation category while the 1939 and 1954 awards were for the Short Form category. There were insufficient nominations to support an award in the Long Form category for those years. The 1941 and 1944 awards were for both Long and Short Form.[8]

Hugo Award nominees and winners are chosen by supporting or attending members of the annual World Science Fiction Convention (Worldcon) and the presentation evening constitutes its central event. The selection process is defined in the World Science Fiction Society Constitution as instant-runoff voting with six nominees, except in the case of a tie. The works on the ballot are the six most-nominated by members that year, with no limit on the number of works that can be nominated. The 1958 awards did not include any recognition of runner-up magazines, but since 1959 all six candidates were recorded.[7] Initial nominations are made by members in January through March, while voting on the ballot of six nominations is performed roughly in April through July, subject to change depending on when that year's Worldcon is held.[9] Prior to 2017, the final ballot was five works; it was changed that year to six, with each initial nominator limited to five nominations, and no more than two works per series allowed on the final ballot.[10] Worldcons are generally held near the start of September, and are held in a different city around the world each year.[2][11] Members are permitted to vote "no award", if they feel that none of the nominees is deserving of the award that year, and in the case that "no award" takes the majority the Hugo is not given in that category. This has happened in the Dramatic Presentation category four times, in 1959, 1963, 1971, and 1977.[12][13][14][15]

The award is typically for television and film presentations, but occasionally rewards works in other formats: in 1970 it was awarded to news coverage of the Apollo 11 moon landing, while in 1971 a concept album and a comedy album were nominated.[16][14] Another comedy album was nominated the following year,[17] and a slideshow was nominated in 1976.[18] A radio play was nominated in 1979,[19] and all of the 1939 Retro Hugo awards were for radio plays.[20] In 2004, an acceptance speech from the 2003 MTV Movie Awards won the award, while in 2006, the ceremony for the Victor Hugo Award (a French award for books) was nominated.[21] An audiobook was nominated in 2009, another acceptance speech was nominated in 2012, a concept album was nominated in 2017, and a song was nominated in 2018.[22]

During the 68 nomination years, 43 awards for Best Dramatic Presentation, 19 awards each for Short Form and Long Form, and 11 Retro Hugo awards have been given. The individual franchises with the most awards are the revived 2000s-era Doctor Who with 6 Short Form awards out of 33 nominations, The Twilight Zone with 3 Best Dramatic Presentation awards out of 4 nominations, and Game of Thrones with 3 wins out of a long form and 5 short form nominations. Other shows or series with multiple awards or nominations include the original Star Trek series with 2 wins out of 8 nominations, Star Trek: The Next Generation with 2 wins out of 3 nominations, The Good Place with 2 wins out of 4 nominations, and Babylon 5 with 2 wins out of 4 nominations. Less successful were Buffy the Vampire Slayer with 1 out of 6, Battlestar Galactica (2004) with 1 of 5, and Harry Potter with no awards after 7 nominations. The members of the hip hop group Clipping are the only musical artists to have earned two nominations for their works, first for their 2016 album Splendor & Misery and then for their 2017 song "The Deep".[22][23]

Winners and nominees

In the following tables, the years correspond to the date of the ceremony, rather than when the work was first published. Entries with a blue background and an asterisk (*) next to the work's name have won the award; those with a white background are the nominees on the short-list. Entries with a gray background and a plus sign (+) mark a year when "no award" was selected as the winner. In the case of television presentations, the award is generally for a particular episode rather than for a program as a whole; however, sometimes, as in the case of The Twilight Zone, it was given for the series' body of work that year rather than for any particular episode.

1958–2002

  *   Winner(s)   +   No winner selected

Year Work Creator(s) Publisher(s) Ref.
1958 The Incredible Shrinking Man*Jack Arnold (director), Richard Matheson (screenplay, story)Universal Studios [24]
1959 (no award)+ [12]
The 7th Voyage of SinbadNathan Juran (director), Ken Kolb (screenplay), Ray Harryhausen (story)Morningside Movies/Columbia Pictures [12]
DraculaTerence Fisher (director), Jimmy Sangster (screenplay), Bram Stoker (original novel)Hammer Film Productions [12]
The FlyKurt Neumann (director), James Clavell (screenplay), George Langelaan (story)20th Century Fox [12]
1960 The Twilight Zone*Rod Serling (creator, screenplay)CBS [25]
Men into Space(multiple directors and writers)CBS [25]
Murder and the AndroidAlex Segal (director), Alfred Bester (original story)NBC [25]
The Turn of the ScrewJohn Frankenheimer (director), James Costigan (screenplay), Henry James (original story)NBC [25]
The World, the Flesh and the DevilRanald MacDougall (director, screenplay), Ferdinand Reyher (story), M. P. Shiel (original novel)HarBel/Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [25]
1961 The Twilight Zone*Rod Serling (creator, screenplay)CBS [26]
The Time MachineGeorge Pal (director), David Duncan (screenplay), H. G. Wells (original novel)Galaxy Films/Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [26]
Village of the DamnedWolf Rilla (director, screenplay), Stirling Silliphant (screenplay), Ronald Kinnoch (screenplay)Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [26]
1962 The Twilight Zone*Rod Serling (creator, screenplay)CBS [27]
Thriller(multiple directors and writers)NBC [27]
The United States Steel Hour: "The Two Worlds of Charlie Gordon"James Yaffe (screenplay), Daniel Keyes (original story)CBS [27]
Village of the DamnedWolf Rilla (director, screenplay), Stirling Silliphant (screenplay), Ronald Kinnoch (screenplay)Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [27]
The Fabulous World of Jules VerneKarel Zeman (director, screenplay), František Hrubín (screenplay), Jules Verne (original novel)Warner Bros. [27]
1963 (no award)+ [13]
The Twilight ZoneRod Serling (creator, screenplay)CBS [13]
Last Year at MarienbadAlain Resnais (director, screenplay), Alain Robbe-Grillet (screenplay), Adolfo Bioy Casares (original novel)Argos Films [13]
The Day the Earth Caught FireVal Guest (director, screenplay), Wolf Mankowitz (screenplay)British Lion Films/Pax [13]
Night of the EagleSidney Hayers (director), Charles Beaumont (screenplay), Richard Matheson (screenplay), George Baxt (screenplay), Fritz Leiber (original novel)Anglo-Amalgamated/Independent Artists [13]
1965 Dr. Strangelove*Stanley Kubrick (director, screenplay), Terry Southern (screenplay), Peter George (screenplay, original novel)Hawk Films/Columbia Pictures [28]
7 Faces of Dr. LaoGeorge Pal (director), Charles Beaumont (screenplay), Charles G. Finney (original novel)Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [28]
1967 Star Trek: "The Menagerie"*Marc Daniels (director), Gene Roddenberry (screenplay)Desilu Productions [29]
Star Trek: "The Corbomite Maneuver"Joseph Sargent (director), Jerry Sohl (screenplay)Desilu Productions [29]
Star Trek: "The Naked Time"Marc Daniels (director), John D. F. Black (screenplay)Desilu Productions [29]
Fahrenheit 451François Truffaut (director, screenplay), Jean-Louis Richard (screenplay), Helen G. Scott (screenplay), Ray Bradbury (original novel)Anglo Enterprises/Vineyard [29]
Fantastic VoyageRichard Fleischer (director), Harry Kleiner (screenplay), David Duncan (screenplay), Jerome Bixby (story), Otto Klement (story)20th Century Fox [29]
1968 Star Trek: "The City on the Edge of Forever"*Joseph Pevney (director), Harlan Ellison (screenplay)Desilu Productions [30]
Star Trek: "Amok Time"Joseph Pevney (director), Theodore Sturgeon (screenplay)Desilu Productions [30]
Star Trek: "Mirror, Mirror"Marc Daniels (director), Jerome Bixby (screenplay)Desilu Productions [30]
Star Trek: "The Doomsday Machine"Marc Daniels (director), Norman Spinrad (screenplay)Desilu Productions [30]
Star Trek: "The Trouble with Tribbles"Joseph Pevney (director), David Gerrold (screenplay)Desilu Productions [30]
1969 2001: A Space Odyssey*Stanley Kubrick (director, screenplay), Arthur C. Clarke (screenplay, original story)Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [31]
The Prisoner: "Fall Out"Patrick McGoohan (director, screenplay)Everyman/ITC Entertainment [31]
CharlyRalph Nelson (director), Stirling Silliphant (screenplay), Daniel Keyes (original story)ABC Pictures/Selmer [31]
Rosemary's BabyRoman Polanski (director, screenplay), Ira Levin (original novel)Paramount Pictures [31]
Yellow SubmarineGeorge Dunning (director), Al Brodax (screenplay), Roger McGough (screenplay), Jack Mendelsohn (screenplay), Lee Minoff (screenplay), Erich Segal (screenplay)Apple Corps/Hearst/King Features Syndicate [31]
1970 News coverage of Apollo 11*Multiple sourcesMultiple publishers, NASA [16]
The Bed Sitting RoomRichard Lester (director), John Antrobus (screenplay), Charles Wood (screenplay), John Antrobus (original play), Spike Milligan (original play)Oscar Lewenstein Productions [16]
The Illustrated ManJack Smight (director), Howard B. Kreitsek (screenplay), Ray Bradbury (original story collection)SKM [16]
The ImmortalAllen Baron (director), Joseph Sargent (director), Lou Morheim (screenplay), Robert Specht (screenplay), James Gunn (original novel)Paramount Pictures [16]
MaroonedJohn Sturges (director), Mayo Simon (screenplay), Martin Caidin (original novel)Columbia Pictures [16]
1971 (no award)+ [14]
Blows Against the EmpirePaul Kantner (lyrics, music)RCA Records [14]
Colossus: The Forbin ProjectJoseph Sargent (director), James Bridges (screenplay), D. F. Jones (original novel)Universal Studios [14]
Don't Crush That Dwarf, Hand Me the PliersThe Firesign Theatre (lyrics, music)Columbia Records [14]
Hauser's MemoryBoris Sagal (director), Adrian Spies (screenplay), Curt Siodmak (original novel)Universal Studios [14]
No Blade of GrassCornel Wilde (director), Sean Forestal (screenplay), Jefferson Pascal (screenplay), John Christopher (original novel)Theodora/Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [14]
1972 A Clockwork Orange*Stanley Kubrick (director, screenplay), Anthony Burgess (original novel)Hawk Films/Polaris/Warner Bros. [17]
The Andromeda StrainRobert Wise (director), Nelson Gidding (screenplay), Michael Crichton (original novel)Universal Studios [17]
I Think We're All Bozos on This BusThe Firesign Theatre (lyrics, music)Columbia Records [17]
The Name of the Game: "L.A. 2017"Steven Spielberg (director), Philip Wylie (screenplay)Universal Studios/NBC [17]
THX 1138George Lucas (director, screenplay, story), Walter Murch (screenplay)Warner Bros./American Zoetrope [17]
1973 Slaughterhouse-Five*George Roy Hill (director), Stephen Geller (screenplay), Kurt Vonnegut (original novel)Universal Studios [32]
Between Time and TimbuktuFred Barzyk (director), Kurt Vonnegut (screenplay, story)NET Playhouse/Public Broadcasting Service [32]
The PeopleJohn Korty (director), James M. Miller (screenplay), Zenna Henderson (original stories)American Zoetrope/ABC [32]
Silent RunningDouglas Trumbull (director), Deric Washburn (screenplay), Michael Cimino (screenplay), Steven Bochco (screenplay)Universal Studios [32]
1974 Sleeper*Woody Allen (director, screenplay), Marshall Brickman (screenplay)Rollins-Joffe/Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists [33]
Genesis IIJohn Llewellyn Moxey (director), Gene Roddenberry (screenplay)Norway/Warner Bros. [33]
The Six Million Dollar ManRichard Irving (director), Tom Greene (screenplay), Howard Rodman (screenplay), Martin Caidin (original novel)Universal Studios [33]
Soylent GreenRichard Fleischer (director), Stanley R. Greenberg (screenplay), Harry Harrison (original novel)Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [33]
WestworldMichael Crichton (director, screenplay)Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [33]
1975 Young Frankenstein*Mel Brooks (director, screenplay, story), Gene Wilder (screenplay, story), Mary Shelley (original novel)20th Century Fox [34]
Flesh GordonMichael Benveniste (director, screenplay), Howard Ziehm (director)Graffiti Productions [34]
Phantom of the ParadiseBrian De Palma (director, screenplay)Harbor/20th Century Fox [34]
The Questor TapesRichard A. Colla (director), Gene L. Coon (screenplay), Gene Roddenberry (screenplay, story)Universal Studios [34]
ZardozJohn Boorman (director, screenplay)20th Century Fox [34]
1976 A Boy and His Dog*Directed by L. Q. Jones (director, screenplay), Wayne Cruseturner (screenplay), Harlan Ellison (original story)LQ/JAF [18]
Dark StarJohn Carpenter (director, screenplay), Dan O'Bannon (screenplay)USC [18]
Monty Python and the Holy GrailTerry Gilliam (director, screenplay) Terry Jones (director, screenplay), Graham Chapman (screenplay), John Cleese (screenplay), Eric Idle (screenplay), Michael Palin (screenplay)Python (Monty) Pictures [18]
RollerballNorman Jewison (director), William Harrison (screenplay, original story)Algonquin/United Artists [18]
The CaptureRobert Asprin (writer), Phil Foglio (artist)Boojums Press[35] [18]
1977 (no award)+ [15]
CarrieBrian De Palma (director), Lawrence D. Cohen (screenplay), Stephen King (original novel)Redbank/United Artists [15]
Logan's RunMichael Anderson (director), David Zelag Goodman (screenplay), William F. Nolan (original novel), George Clayton Johnson (original novel)Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [15]
The Man Who Fell to EarthNicolas Roeg (director), Paul Mayersberg (screenplay), Walter Tevis (original novel)British Lion Films [15]
FutureworldRichard T. Heffron (director), George Schenk (screenplay), Mayo Simon (screenplay)American International Pictures [15]
1978 Star Wars*George Lucas (director, screenplay)Lucasfilm [36]
Close Encounters of the Third KindSteven Spielberg (director, screenplay)Columbia Pictures/EMI Films [36]
Blood!: The Life and Future Times of Jack the RipperShelley Torgeson (director), Robert Bloch (script), Harlan Ellison (script), Roy Torgeson (producer)Alternate Worlds Recordings [36]
WizardsRalph Bakshi (director, screenplay)20th Century Fox [36]
The HobbitJules Bass (director), Arthur Rankin, Jr. (director), Romeo Muller (screenplay), J. R. R. Tolkien (original novel)Rankin/Bass [36]
1979 Superman*Richard Donner (director), Mario Puzo (screenplay), David Newman (screenplay), Leslie Newman (screenplay), Robert Benton (screenplay), Mario Puzo (story), Jerry Siegel (original character), Joe Shuster (original character)Alexander Salkind [19]
Invasion of the Body SnatchersPhilip Kaufmann (director), W. D. Richter (screenplay), Jack Finney (original novel)Solofilm/United Artists [19]
The Lord of the RingsRalph Bakshi (director), Peter S. Beagle (screenplay), Chris Conkling (screenplay), J. R. R. Tolkien (original novels)Fantasy Films [19]
Watership DownMartin Rosen (director, screenplay), Richard Adams (original novel)Nepenthe Productions [19]
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the GalaxyDouglas Adams (script), Geoffrey Perkins (producer)BBC Radio 4 [19]
1980 Alien*Ridley Scott (director), Dan O'Bannon (screenplay, story), Ronald Shusett (story)20th Century Fox [37]
The Black HoleGary Nelson (director), Jeb Rosebrook (screenplay, story), Gerry Day (screenplay), Bob Barbash (story), Richard H. Landau (story)The Walt Disney Company [37]
The Muppet MovieJames Frawley (director), Jack Burns (screenplay), Jerry Juhl (screenplay)The Jim Henson Company/ITC Entertainment [37]
Star Trek: The Motion PictureRobert Wise (director), Harold Livingstonn (screenplay), Alan Dean Foster (story), Gene Roddenberry (story)Century/Paramount Pictures [37]
Time After TimeNicholas Meyer (director, screenplay), Karl Alexander (story, original novel), Steve Hayes (story)Warner Bros. [37]
1981 The Empire Strikes Back*Irvin Kershner (director), Leigh Bracket (screenplay), Lawrence Kasdan (screenplay), George Lucas (story)Lucasfilm [38]
Cosmos: A Personal VoyageCarl Sagan (director, screenplay), Ann Druyan (director, screenplay)KCET/Public Broadcasting Service [38]
Flash GordonMike Hodges (director), Lorenzo Semple, Jr. (screenplay), Michael Allin (adaptation), Alex Raymond (original comic strip)20th Century Fox/De Laurentiis [38]
The Lathe of HeavenFred Barzyk (director), David R. Loxton (director), Diane English (screenplay), Roger Swaybill (screenplay), Ursula K. Le Guin (original novel)WNET/Public Broadcasting Service [38]
The Martian ChroniclesMichael Anderson (director), Richard Matheson (screenplay), Ray Bradbury (original stories)BBC/NBC [38]
1982 Raiders of the Lost Ark*Steven Spielberg (director), Lawrence Kasdan (screenplay), George Lucas (story), Philip Kaufman (story)Lucasfilm [39]
DragonslayerMatthew Robbins (director, screenplay), Hal Barwood (screenplay)Paramount Pictures/The Walt Disney Company [39]
ExcaliburJohn Boorman (director, screenplay), Rospo Pallenberg (screenplay, adaptation), Thomas Malory (original novel)Warner Bros. [39]
OutlandPeter Hyams (director, screenplay)Outland/The Ladd Company [39]
Time BanditsTerry Gilliam (director, screenplay), Michael Palin (screenplay)HandMade Films [39]
1983 Blade Runner*Ridley Scott (director), Hampton Fancher (screenplay), David Peoples (screenplay), Philip K. Dick (original novel)Blade Runner Partnership [40]
The Dark CrystalJim Henson (director, story), Frank Oz (director), Gary Kurtz (director), David Odell (screenplay)The Jim Henson Company/ITC Entertainment/Universal Studios [40]
E.T. the Extra-TerrestrialSteven Spielberg (director), Melissa Mathison (screenplay)Amblin Entertainment/Universal Studios [40]
Mad Max 2: The Road WarriorGeorge Miller (director, screenplay), Terry Hayes (screenplay), Brian Hannant (screenplay)Kennedy Miller/Warner Bros. [40]
Star Trek II: The Wrath of KhanNicholas Meyer (director, screenplay), Jack B. Sowards (screenplay, story), Harve Bennett (story), Samuel A. Peeples (story)Paramount Pictures [40]
1984 Return of the Jedi*Richard Marquand (director), Lawrence Kasdan (screenplay), George Lucas (screenplay, story)Lucasfilm [41]
BrainstormDouglas Trumbull (director), Philip Frank Messina (screenplay), Robert Stitzel (screenplay), Bruce Joel Rubin (story)Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [41]
The Right StuffPhilip Kaufmann (director, screenplay), Tom Wolfe (original novel)The Ladd Company [41]
Something Wicked This Way ComesJack Clayton (director), Ray Bradbury (screenplay, original novel)Bryna/The Walt Disney Company [41]
WarGamesJohn Badham (director), Lawrence Lasker (screenplay), Walter F. Parkes (screenplay)Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [41]
1985 2010*Peter Hyams (director, screenplay), Arthur C. Clarke (original novel)Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [42]
DuneDavid Lynch (director, screenplay), Frank Herbert (original novel)De Laurentiis/Universal Studios [42]
GhostbustersIvan Reitman (director), Dan Aykroyd (screenplay), Harold Ramis (screenplay)Black Rhino/Columbia Pictures [42]
The Last StarfighterNick Castle (director), Jonathan R. Betuel (screenplay)Lorimar Productions/Universal Studios [42]
Star Trek III: The Search for SpockLeonard Nimoy (director), Harve Bennett (screenplay)Cinema Group/Paramount Pictures [42]
1986 Back to the Future*Robert Zemeckis (director, screenplay), Bob Gale (screenplay)Amblin Entertainment/Universal Studios [43]
BrazilTerry Gilliam (director, screenplay), Charles McKeown (screenplay), Tom Stoppard (screenplay)Embassy/Universal Studios [43]
CocoonRon Howard (director), Tom Benedek (screenplay), David Saperstein (original novel)20th Century Fox/Zanuck/Brown [43]
Enemy MineWolfgang Petersen (director), Edward Khmara (screenplay), Barry B. Longyear (original story)20th Century Fox/King's Road [43]
LadyhawkeRichard Donner (director), Edward Khmara (screenplay, story), Michael Thomas (screenplay), Tom Mankiewicz (screenplay), David Peoples (screenplay)20th Century Fox/Warner Bros. [43]
1987 Aliens*James Cameron (director, screenplay, story), David Giler (story), Walter Hill (story)20th Century Fox [44]
The FlyDavid Cronenberg (director, screenplay), Charles Edward Pogue (screenplay), George Langelaan (story)Brooksfilms/20th Century Fox [44]
LabyrinthJim Henson (director, story), Terry Jones (screenplay), Dennis Lee (story)Delphi/The Jim Henson Company/Lucasfilm/TriStar Pictures [44]
Little Shop of HorrorsFrank Oz (director), Howard Ashman (screenplay), Charles B. Griffith (original story)The Geffen Film Company [44]
Star Trek IV: The Voyage HomeLeonard Nimoy (director, story), Harve Bennett (screenplay, story), Steve Meerson (screenplay), Peter Krikes (screenplay), Nicholas Meyer (screenplay)Paramount Pictures [44]
1988 The Princess Bride*Rob Reiner (director), William Goldman (screenplay, original novel)Act III/20th Century Fox [45]
PredatorJohn McTiernan (director), Jim Thomas (screenplay), John Thomas (screenplay)20th Century Fox [45]
RoboCopPaul Verhoeven (director), Michael Miner (screenplay), Edward Neumeier (screenplay)Orion Pictures [45]
Star Trek: The Next Generation: "Encounter at Farpoint"Corey Allen (director), D. C. Fontana (screenplay), Gene Roddenberry (screenplay)Paramount Pictures [45]
The Witches of EastwickGeorge Miller (director), Michael Cristofer (screenplay), John Updike (original novel)Guber-Peters/Kennedy Miller/Warner Bros. [45]
1989 Who Framed Roger Rabbit*Robert Zemeckis (director), Jeffrey Price (screenplay), Peter S. Seaman (screenplay), Gary K. Wolf (original novel)Amblin Entertainment/Touchstone Pictures [46]
Alien NationGraham Baker (director), Rockne S. O'Bannon (screenplay)20th Century Fox [46]
BeetlejuiceTim Burton (director), Michael McDowell (screenplay, story), Warren Skaaren (screenplay), Larry Wilson (story)Geffen/Warner Bros. [46]
BigPenny Marshall (director), Gary Ross (screenplay), Anne Spielberg (screenplay)20th Century Fox [46]
WillowRon Howard (director), Bob Dolman (screenplay), George Lucas (story)Imagine/Lucasfilm/Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [46]
1990 Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade*Steven Spielberg (director), Jeffrey Boam (screenplay), George Lucas (story), Menno Meyjes (story)Lucasfilm/Paramount Pictures [47]
The AbyssJames Cameron (director, screenplay)20th Century Fox/Lightstorm/Pacific Western [47]
The Adventures of Baron MunchausenTerry Gilliam (director, screenplay), Charles McKeown (screenplay), Rudolf Erich Raspe (original stories), Gottfried August Bürger (original stories)Allied Artists International/Columbia Pictures/Laura/Prominent [47]
BatmanTim Burton (director), Sam Hamm (screenplay, story), Warren Skaaren (screenplay), Bob Kane (original characters)Guber-Peters/PolyGram/Warner Bros. [47]
Field of DreamsPhil Alden Robinson (director, screenplay), W. P. Kinsella (original novel)Gordon/Universal Studios [47]
1991 Edward Scissorhands*Tim Burton (director, story), Caroline Thompson (screenplay, story)20th Century Fox [48]
Back to the Future Part IIIRobert Zemeckis (director, story), Bob Gale (screenplay, story)Amblin Entertainment/Universal Studios [48]
GhostJerry Zucker (director), Bruce Joel Rubin (screenplay)Paramount Pictures [48]
Total RecallPaul Verhoeven (director), Ronald Shusett (screenplay, story), Dan O'Bannon (screenplay, story), Gary Goldman (screenplay), Jon Povill (story), Philip K. Dick (original story)Carolco Pictures/TriStar Pictures [48]
The WitchesNicolas Roeg (director), Allan Scott (screenplay), Roald Dahl (original novel)The Jim Henson Company/Lorimar Productions [48]
1992 Terminator 2: Judgment Day*James Cameron (director, screenplay), William Wisher, Jr. (screenplay)Carolco Pictures/Lightstorm/Pacific Western [49]
The Addams FamilyBarry Sonnenfeld (director), Caroline Thompson (screenplay), Larry Wilson (screenplay), Charles Addams (original characters)Orion Pictures/Paramount Pictures [49]
Beauty and the BeastGary Trousdale (director), Kirk Wise (director), Linda Woolverton (screenplay)Silver Screen Partners/The Walt Disney Company [49]
The RocketeerJoe Johnston (director), Danny Bilson (screenplay, story), Paul De Meo (screenplay, story), William Dear (story), Dave Stevens (original comic bookGordon/Silver Screen Partners/Touchstone Pictures/The Walt Disney Company [49]
Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered CountryNicholas Meyer (director, screenplay), Denny Martin Flinn (screenplay), Leonard Nimoy (story), Lawrence Konner (story), Mark Rosenthal (story)Paramount Pictures [49]
1993 Star Trek: The Next Generation: "The Inner Light"*Peter Lauritson (director), Peter Allan Fields (screenplay), Morgan Gendel (screenplay, story)Paramount Pictures [50]
AladdinRon Clements (director, screenplay), John Musker (director, screenplay), Ted Elliott (screenplay), Terry Rossio (screenplay)The Walt Disney Company [50]
Alien 3David Fincher (director), David Giler (screenplay), Walter Hill (screenplay), Larry Ferguson (screenplay), Vincent Ward (story)20th Century Fox/Brandywine [50]
Batman ReturnsTim Burton (director), Daniel Waters (screenplay, story), Sam Hamm (story), Bob Kane (original characters)PolyGram/Warner Bros. [50]
Bram Stoker's DraculaFrancis Ford Coppola (director), James V. Hart (screenplay), Bram Stoker (original novel)American Zoetrope/Columbia Pictures [50]
1994 Jurassic Park*Steven Spielberg (director), David Koepp (screenplay), Michael Crichton (screenplay, original novel)Universal Studios/Amblin Entertainment [51]
Addams Family ValuesBarry Sonnenfeld (director), Paul Rudnick (screenplay), Charles Addams (original characters)Orion Pictures/Paramount Pictures [51]
Babylon 5: "The Gathering"Richard Compton (director), J. Michael Straczynski (screenplay)Babylonian Productions [51]
Groundhog DayHarold Ramis (director, screenplay), Danny Rubin (screenplay, story)Columbia Pictures [51]
The Nightmare Before ChristmasHenry Selick (director), Caroline Thompson (screenplay), Michael McDowell (adaptation), Tim Burton (story)Skellington Productions/Touchstone Pictures [51]
1995 Star Trek: The Next Generation: "All Good Things..."*Winrich Kolbe (director), Ronald D. Moore (screenplay), Brannon Braga (screenplay)Paramount Pictures [52]
Interview with the VampireNeil Jordan (director), Anne Rice (screenplay, original novel)The Geffen Film Company [52]
The MaskChuck Russell (director), Mike Werb (screenplay), Michael Fallon (story), Mark Verheiden (story)Dark Horse Entertainment/New Line Cinema [52]
StargateRoland Emmerich (director, screenplay), Dean Devlin (screenplay)Carolco Pictures/Centropolis [52]
Star Trek GenerationsDavid Carson (director), Ronald D. Moore (screenplay, story), Brannon Braga (screenplay, story), Rick Berman (story)Paramount Pictures [52]
1996 Babylon 5: "The Coming of Shadows"*Janet Greek (director), J. Michael Straczynski (screenplay)Babylonian Productions [53]
Apollo 13Ron Howard (director), William Broyles, Jr. (screenplay), Al Reinert (screenplay), Jim Lovell (original novel), Jeffrey Kluger (original novel)Imagine Entertainment/Universal Studios [53]
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: "The Visitor"David Livingston (director), Michael Taylor (screenplay)Paramount Pictures [53]
Toy StoryJohn Lasseter (director, story), Joss Whedon (screenplay), Joel Cohen (screenplay), Alec Sokolow (screenplay), Andrew Stanton (screenplay, story), Pete Docter (story), Joe Ranft (story)The Walt Disney Company/Pixar [53]
12 MonkeysTerry Gilliam (director), David Peoples (screenplay), Janet Peoples (screenplay), Chris Marker (original film)Atlas/Universal Studios [53]
1997 Babylon 5: "Severed Dreams"*David J. Eagle (director), J. Michael Straczynski (screenplay)Babylonian Productions [54]
Independence DayRoland Emmerich (director, screenplay), Dean Devlin (screenplay)20th Century Fox/Centropolis [54]
Mars Attacks!Tim Burton (director), Jonathan Gems (screenplay, story), Len Brown (original trading card game), Woody Gelman (original trading card game), Wally Wood (original trading card game), Bob Powell (original trading card game), Norman Saunders (original trading card game)Warner Bros. [54]
Star Trek: First ContactJonathan Frakes (director), Ronald D. Moore (screenplay, story), Brannon Braga (screenplay, story), Rick Berman (story)Paramount Pictures [54]
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: "Trials and Tribble-ations"Jonathan West (director), Ronald D. Moore (screenplay), René Echevarria (screenplay), Ira Steven Behr (story), Hans Beimler (story), Robert Hewitt Wolfe (story)Paramount Pictures [54]
1998 Contact*Robert Zemeckis (director), James V. Hart (screenplay), Michael Goldenberg (screenplay), Carl Sagan (story, original novel), Ann Druyan (story)SouthSide Amusement/Warner Bros. [55]
The Fifth ElementLuc Besson (director, screenplay, story), Robert Mark Kamen (screenplay)Gaumont Film Company/Columbia Pictures [55]
GattacaAndrew Niccol (director, screenplay)Columbia Pictures/Jersey [55]
Men in BlackBarry Sonnenfeld (director), Ed Solomon (screenplay, story), Lowell Cunningham (original comic)Amblin Entertainment/Columbia Pictures/McDonald/Parkes [55]
Starship TroopersPaul Verhoeven (director), Edward Neumeier (screenplay), Robert A. Heinlein (original novel)Touchstone Pictures/TriStar Pictures [55]
1999 The Truman Show*Peter Weir (director), Andrew Niccol (screenplay)Paramount Pictures [56]
Babylon 5: "Sleeping in Light"J. Michael Straczynski (director, screenplay)Babylonian Productions [56]
Dark CityAlex Proyas (director, screenplay, story), Lem Dobbs (screenplay), David S. Goyer (screenplay)New Line Cinema [56]
PleasantvilleGary Ross (director, screenplay)New Line Cinema [56]
Star Trek: InsurrectionJonathan Frakes (director), Michael Piller (screenplay, story), Rick Berman (story)Paramount Pictures [56]
2000 Galaxy Quest*Dean Parisot (director), David Howard (screenplay, story), Robert Gordon (screenplay)DreamWorks [57]
Being John MalkovichSpike Jonze (director), Charlie Kaufman (screenplay)Gramercy Pictures/Propaganda Films/Single Cell [57]
The Iron GiantBrad Bird (director, story), Tim McCanlies (screenplay), Ted Hughes (original novel)Warner Bros. [57]
The MatrixLilly Wachowski (director, screenplay), Lana Wachowski (director, screenplay)Silver Pictures [57]
The Sixth SenseM. Night Shyamalan (director, screenplay)Hollywood Pictures/Spyglass Entertainment/Kennedy/Marshall [57]
2001 Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon*Ang Lee (director), Wang Hui-Ling (screenplay), James Schamus (screenplay), Tsai Kuo Jung (screenplay), Wang Dulu (original novel)China Film Group Corporation [58]
Chicken RunPeter Lord (director, story), Nick Park (director, story), Kary Kirkpatrick (screenplay), Randy Cartwright (story)Aardman Animations/Allied Artists International/DreamWorks [58]
Frank Herbert's DuneJohn Harrison (director, screenplay), Frank Herbert (original novel)New Amsterdam [58]
FrequencyGregory Hoblit (director), Toby Emmerich (screenplay)New Line Cinema [58]
X-MenBryan Singer (director, story), David Hayter (screenplay), Tom DeSanto (story)20th Century Fox/Marvel Studios [58]
2002 The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring*Peter Jackson (director, screenplay), Fran Walsh (screenplay), Philippa Boyens (screenplay), J. R. R. Tolkien (original novel)New Line Cinema/The Saul Zaentz Company/WingNut Films [59]
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's StoneChris Columbus (director), Steve Kloves (screenplay)1492 Pictures/Heyday Films/Warner Bros. [59]
Monsters, Inc.Pete Docter (director, story), David Silverman (director), Lee Unkrich (director), Dan Gerson (screenplay), Andrew Stanton (screenplay), Jill Culton (story), Ralph Eggleston (story) Jeff Pidgeon (story)Pixar/The Walt Disney Company [59]
Buffy the Vampire Slayer: "Once More, with Feeling"Joss Whedon (director, screenplay)Fox Television Studios/Mutant Enemy Productions [59]
ShrekAndrew Adamson (director), Vicky Jenson (director), Ted Elliott (screenplay), Terry Rossio (screenplay), Joe Stillman (screenplay), Roger S. H. Schulman (screenplay), Edmund Fong (story), Ken Harsha (story)DreamWorks/Pacific Data Images [59]

2003–present

Starting with the 2003 awards, the Dramatic Presentation award was split into two categories: Best Dramatic Presentation (Long Form) and Best Dramatic Presentation (Short Form). The Long Form award is for "a dramatized production in any medium, including film, television, radio, live theater, computer games or music. The work must last 90 minutes or longer (excluding commercials)" in the official Hugo Award rules.[60] The Short Form award is for "a dramatized production in any medium, including film, television, radio, live theater, computer games or music. The work must last less than 90 minutes (excluding commercials)" in the official Hugo Award rules.[60] An individual work such as a television show can be nominated for a season in the Long Form category or for individual episodes in the Short Form, though not for both in the same year; as of 2017, a single show is additionally limited to two nominations in the Short Form category per year.[10]

Long Form

Year Work Creator(s) Publisher(s) Ref.
2003 The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers*Peter Jackson (director, screenplay), Fran Walsh (screenplay), Philippa Boyens (screenplay), Stephen Sinclair (screenplay), J. R. R. Tolkien (original novel)New Line Cinema [61]
Harry Potter and the Chamber of SecretsChris Columbus (director), Steve Kloves (screenplay), J. K. Rowling (original novel)Warner Bros. [61]
Minority ReportSteven Spielberg (director), Scott Frank (screenplay), Jon Cohen (screenplay), Philip K. Dick (original story)20th Century Fox/DreamWorks [61]
Spider-ManSam Raimi (director), David Koepp (screenplay), Steve Ditko (original character), Stan Lee (original character)Columbia Pictures [61]
Spirited AwayHayao Miyazaki (director, screenplay), Cindy Davis Hewitt (screenplay), Donald H. Hewitt (screenplay)Studio Ghibli/The Walt Disney Company [61]
2004 The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King*Peter Jackson (director, screenplay), Fran Walsh (screenplay), Philippa Boyens (screenplay), J. R. R. Tolkien (original novel)New Line Cinema [62]
28 Days LaterDanny Boyle (director), Alex Garland (screenplay)DNA Films/Fox Searchlight Pictures [62]
Finding NemoAndrew Stanton (director, screenplay, story), Lee Unkrich (director), Bob Peterson (screenplay), David Reynolds (screenplay)Pixar/The Walt Disney Company [62]
Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black PearlGore Verbinski (director), Screenplay by Ted Elliott (screenplay, story), Terry Rossio (screenplay, story), Stuart Beattie (story), Jay Wolpert (story)The Walt Disney Company [62]
X2: X-Men UnitedBryan Singer (director, story), Michael Dougherty (screenplay), Dan Harris (screenplay), David Hayter (screenplay, story), Zak Penn (story)20th Century Fox/Marvel Studios [62]
2005 The Incredibles*Brad Bird (director, screenplay)Pixar/The Walt Disney Company [63]
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless MindMichel Gondry (director, story), Charlie Kaufman (screenplay, story), Pierre Bismuth (story)Focus Features [63]
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of AzkabanAlfonso Cuarón (director), Steve Kloves (screenplay), J. K. Rowling (original novel)Warner Bros. [63]
Sky Captain and the World of TomorrowKerry Conran (director, screenplay)Paramount Pictures [63]
Spider-Man 2Sam Raimi (director), Alvin Sargent (screenplay), Alfred Gough (story), Miles Millar (story), Michael Chabon (story), Steve Ditko (original character), Stan Lee (original character)Sony Pictures Entertainment/Columbia Pictures [63]
2006 Serenity*Joss Whedon (director, screenplay)Universal Studios/Mutant Enemy Productions [21]
Batman BeginsChristopher Nolan (director, screenplay), David S. Goyer (screenplay, story), Bob Kane (original character)Warner Bros. [21]
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the WardrobeAndrew Adamson (director, screenplay), Ann Peacock (screenplay), Christopher Markus (screenplay), Stephen McFeely (screenplay), C. S. Lewis (original novel)The Walt Disney Company/Walden Media [21]
Harry Potter and the Goblet of FireMike Newell (director), Steve Kloves (screenplay), J. K. Rowling (original novel)Warner Bros. [21]
Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-RabbitNick Park (director, screenplay), Steve Box (director, screenplay), Bob Baker (screenplay), Mark Burton (screenplay)DreamWorks Animation/Aardman Animations [21]
2007 Pan's Labyrinth*Guillermo del Toro (director, screenplay)Picturehouse [64]
Children of MenAlfonso Cuarón (director, screenplay), Timothy J. Sexton (screenplay), David Arata (screenplay), Mark Fergus (screenplay), Hawk Ostby (screenplay), P. D. James (original novel)Universal Studios [64]
The PrestigeChristopher Nolan (director, screenplay), Jonathan Nolan (screenplay), Christopher Priest (original novel)Touchstone Pictures [64]
A Scanner DarklyRichard Linklater (director, screenplay), Philip K. Dick (original novel)Warner Independent Pictures [64]
V for VendettaJames McTeigue (director), Lana Wachowski (screenplay), Lilly Wachowski (screenplay), David Lloyd (original graphic novel)Warner Bros. [64]
2008 Stardust*Matthew Vaughn (director, screenplay), Jane Goldman (screenplay), Neil Gaiman (original novel)Paramount Pictures [65]
EnchantedKevin Lima (director), Bill Kelly (screenplay)The Walt Disney Company [65]
The Golden CompassChris Weitz (director, screenplay), Philip Pullman (original novel) [65]
Heroes (season one)Tim Kring (creator), multiple directors and writersNBC Universal Television Group/Tailwind Productions [65]
Harry Potter and the Order of the PhoenixDavid Yates (director), Michael Goldenberg (screenplay), J. K. Rowling (original novel)Warner Bros. [65]
2009 WALL-E*Andrew Stanton (director, screenplay, story), Jim Reardon (screenplay), Pete Docter (story)Pixar/The Walt Disney Company [66]
The Dark KnightChristopher Nolan (director, screenplay, story), Jonathan Nolan (screenplay), David S. Goyer (story), Bob Kane (original character)Warner Bros. [66]
Hellboy II: The Golden ArmyGuillermo del Toro (director, screenplay, story), Mike Mignola (story, original comic)Dark Horse Entertainment/Universal Studios [66]
Iron ManJon Favreau (director), Mark Fergus (screenplay), Hawk Ostby (screenplay), Art Marcum (screenplay), Matt Holloway (screenplay), Stan Lee (original characters), Don Heck (original characters), Larry Lieber (original characters), Jack Kirby (original characters)Paramount Pictures/Marvel Studios [66]
METAtropolisJohn Scalzi (editor, story), Elizabeth Bear (story), Jay Lake (story), Tobias S. Buckell (story), Karl Schroeder (story)Audible.com [66]
2010 Moon*Duncan Jones (director, story), Nathan Parker (screenplay)Liberty Films [67]
AvatarJames Cameron (director, screenplay)20th Century Fox [67]
District 9Neill Blomkamp (director, screenplay), Terri Tatchell (screenplay)TriStar Pictures [67]
Star TrekJ. J. Abrams (director), Roberto Orci (screenplay), Alex Kurtzman (screenplay)Paramount Pictures [67]
UpBob Peterson (director, screenplay, story), Pete Docter (director, screenplay, story), Tom McCarthy (story)Pixar/The Walt Disney Company [67]
2011 Inception*Christopher Nolan (director, screenplay, story)Warner Bros. [68]
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1David Yates (director), Steve Kloves (screenplay)Warner Bros. [68]
How to Train Your DragonDean DeBlois (director, screenplay), Chris Sanders (director, screenplay), William Davies (screenplay)DreamWorks Animation [68]
Scott Pilgrim vs. the WorldEdgar Wright (director, screenplay), Michael Bacall (screenplay)Universal Studios [68]
Toy Story 3Lee Unkrich (director, story), Michael Arndt (screenplay), John Lasseter (story), Andrew Stanton (story)Pixar/Walt Disney Pictures [68]
2012 Game of Thrones (season one)*David Benioff (creator) D. B. Weiss (creator), multiple directors and writersHBO [69]
Captain America: The First AvengerJoe Johnston (director), Christopher Markus (screenplay), Stephen McFeely (screenplay)Paramount Pictures/Marvel Studios [69]
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2David Yates (director), Steve Kloves (screenplay)Warner Bros. [69]
HugoMartin Scorsese (director), John Logan (screenplay)Paramount Pictures [69]
Source CodeDuncan Jones (director), Ben Ripley (screenplay)Summit Entertainment [69]
2013 The Avengers*Joss Whedon (director, screenplay)Paramount Pictures/Marvel Studios [70]
The Cabin in the WoodsDrew Goddard (director, screenplay), Joss Whedon (screenplay)Mutant Enemy Productions/Lions Gate Entertainment [70]
The Hobbit: An Unexpected JourneyPeter Jackson (director, screenplay), Fran Walsh, Philippa Boyens, and Guillermo del Toro (screenplay)WingNut Films/New Line Cinema/Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/Warner Bros. [70]
The Hunger GamesGary Ross (director, screenplay), Suzanne Collins (original novel, screenplay)Lions Gate Entertainment/Color Force [70]
LooperRian Johnson (director, screenplay)FilmDistrict/EndGame Entertainment [70]
2014 Gravity*Alfonso Cuarón (director, screenplay), Jonás Cuarón (screenplay)Esperanto Filmoj/Heyday Films/Warner Bros. [71]
FrozenChris Buck (director), Jennifer Lee (director, screenplay)Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures [71]
The Hunger Games: Catching FireFrancis Lawrence (director), Simon Beaufoy (screenplay), Michael Arndt (screenplay), Suzanne Collins (original novel)Lions Gate Entertainment/Color Force [71]
Iron Man 3Shane Black (director, screenplay), Drew Pearce (screenplay)Marvel Studios/DMG Entertainment/Paramount Pictures [71]
Pacific RimGuillermo del Toro (director, screenplay), Travis Beacham (screenplay)Legendary Pictures/Warner Bros./Disney Double Dare You [71]
2015 Guardians of the Galaxy*James Gunn (director, screenplay), Nicole Perlman (screenplay)Marvel Studios/Moving Picture Company [72]
Captain America: The Winter SoldierAnthony Russo (director), Joe Russo (director), Christopher Markus (screenplay), Stephen McFeely (screenplay), Ed Brubaker (original story)Marvel Studios/Perception/Sony Pictures Imageworks [72]
Edge of TomorrowDoug Liman (director), Christopher McQuarrie (screenplay), Jez Butterworth (screenplay), and John-Henry Butterworth (screenplay)Village Roadshow/RatPac-Dune Entertainment/3 Arts Entertainment/Viz Productions [72]
InterstellarChristopher Nolan (director, screenplay), Jonathan Nolan (screenplay)Paramount Pictures/Warner Bros. Pictures/Legendary Pictures/Lynda Obst Productions/Syncopy [72]
The Lego MoviePhil Lord (director, screenplay, story), Christopher Miller (director, screenplay, story), Dan Hageman (story), Kevin Hageman (story)Warner Bros. Pictures/Village Roadshow/RatPac-Dune Entertainment/LEGO System A/S/Vertigo Entertainment/Lin Pictures [72]
2016 The Martian*Ridley Scott (director), Drew Goddard (screenplay), Andy Weir (original novel)Scott Free Productions/Kinberg Genre/TSG Entertainment/20th Century Fox [73]
Avengers: Age of UltronJoss Whedon (director, screenplay)Marvel Studios/Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures [73]
Ex MachinaAlex Garland (director, screenplay)Film4/DNA Films/Universal Pictures [73]
Mad Max: Fury RoadGeorge Miller (director, screenplay), Brendan McCarthy (screenplay), Nico Lathouris (screenplay)Village Roadshow Pictures/Kennedy Miller Mitchell/RatPac-Dune Entertainment/Warner Bros. Pictures [73]
Star Wars: The Force AwakensJ. J. Abrams (director, screenplay), Lawrence Kasdan (screenplay), Michael Arndt (screenplay)Lucasfilm Ltd./Bad Robot Productions/Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures [73]
2017 Arrival*Denis Villeneuve (director), Eric Heisserer (screenplay), Ted Chiang (original short story)21 Laps Entertainment/FilmNation Entertainment/Lava Bear Films [22]
DeadpoolTim Miller (director), Rhett Reese (screenplay), Paul Wernick (screenplay)Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation/Marvel Entertainment/Kinberg Genre/The Donners' Company/TSG Entertainment [22]
GhostbustersPaul Feig (director, screenplay), Katie Dippold (screenplay)Columbia Pictures/LStar Capital/Village Roadshow Pictures/Pascal Pictures/Feigco Entertainment/Ghostcorps/The Montecito Picture Company [22]
Hidden FiguresTheodore Melfi (director, screenplay), Allison Schroeder (screenplay)Fox 2000 Pictures/Chernin Entertainment/Levantine Films/TSG Entertainment [22]
Rogue OneGareth Edwards (director), Chris Weitz (screenplay), Tony Gilroy (screenplay)Lucasfilm/Allison Shearmur Productions/Black Hangar Studios/Stereo D/Walt Disney Pictures [22]
Stranger Things (season one)The Duffer Brothers (creators)21 Laps Entertainment/Monkey Massacre [22]
2018 Wonder Woman*Patty Jenkins (director), Allan Heinberg (screenwriter, story), Zack Snyder (story), Jason Fuchs (story)DC Films/Warner Brothers [23]
Blade Runner 2049Denis Villeneuve (director), Hampton Fancher (screenplay), Michael Green (screenplay)Alcon Entertainment/Bud Yorkin Productions/Torridon Films/Columbia Pictures [23]
Get OutJordan Peele (director, screenwriter)Blumhouse Productions/Monkeypaw Productions/QC Entertainment [23]
The Shape of WaterGuillermo del Toro (director, screenwriter), Vanessa Taylor (screenwriter)TSG Entertainment/Disney Double Dare You/Fox Searchlight Pictures [23]
Star Wars: The Last JediRian Johnson (director, screenwriter)Lucasfilm [23]
Thor: RagnarokTaika Waititi (director), Eric Pearson (screenwriter), Craig Kyle (screenwriter), Christopher Yost (screenwriter)Marvel Studios [23]
2019 Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse*Bob Persichetti (director), Peter Ramsey (director), Rodney Rothman (director, screenwriter), Phil Lord (screenwriter)Sony [74]
AnnihilationAlex Garland (director, screenwriter), Jeff VanderMeer (original novel)Paramount Pictures/Skydance Media [74]
Avengers: Infinity WarAnthony Russo (director), Joe Russo (director), Christopher Markus (screenwriter), Stephen McFeely (screenwriter)Marvel Studios [74]
Black PantherRyan Coogler (director, screenwriter), Joe Robert Cole (screenwriter)Marvel Studios [74]
A Quiet PlaceJohn Krasinski (director, screenwriter), Scott Beck (screenwriter), Bryan Woods (screenwriter)Platinum Dunes/Sunday Night [74]
Sorry to Bother YouBoots Riley (director, screenwriter)Annapurna Pictures [74]

Short Form

Year Work Creator(s) Publisher(s) Ref.
2003 Buffy the Vampire Slayer: "Conversations with Dead People"*Nick Marck (director), Jane Espenson (screenplay), Drew Goddard (screenplay)20th Century Fox Television/Mutant Enemy Productions [61]
Angel: "Waiting in the Wings"Joss Whedon (director, screenplay)20th Century Fox Television/Mutant Enemy Productions [61]
Firefly: "Serenity"Joss Whedon (director, screenplay)20th Century Fox Television/Mutant Enemy Productions [61]
Star Trek: Enterprise: "Carbon Creek"James A. Contner (director), Chris Black (screenplay), Rick Berman (story), Brannon Braga (story), Dan O'Shannon (story)Paramount Pictures [61]
Star Trek: Enterprise: "A Night in Sickbay"David Straiton (director), Rick Berman (screenplay), Brannon Braga (screenplay)Paramount Pictures [61]
2004 Gollum's Acceptance Speech at the 2003 MTV Movie Awards*Fran Walsh (director, screenplay), Philippa Boyens (director, screenplay), Peter Jackson (director, screenplay)Wingnut Films/New Line Cinema [62]
Buffy the Vampire Slayer: "Chosen"Joss Whedon (director, screenplay)20th Century Fox Television/Mutant Enemy Productions [62]
Firefly: "Heart of Gold"Thomas J. Wright (director), Brett Matthews (screenplay)20th Century Fox Television/Mutant Enemy Productions [62]
Firefly: "The Message"Tim Minear (director, screenplay), Joss Whedon (screenplay)20th Century Fox Television/Mutant Enemy Productions [62]
Smallville: "Rosetta"James Marshall (director), Alfred Gough (screenplay), Miles Millar (screenplay)Tollin/Robbins Productions/Warner Bros. [62]
2005 Battlestar Galactica: "33"*Michael Rymer (director), Ronald D. Moore (screenplay)NBC Universal/Sci Fi Channel [63]
Angel: "Not Fade Away"Jeffrey Jackson Bell (director, screenplay), Joss Whedon (screenplay)20th Century Fox Television/Mutant Enemy Productions [63]
Angel: "Smile Time"Ben Edlund (director, screenplay, story), Joss Whedon (story)20th Century Fox Television/Mutant Enemy Productions [63]
Lost: "Pilot"J. J. Abrams (director, screenplay, story), Damon Lindelof (screenplay, story), Jeffrey Lieber (story)Touchstone Pictures/Bad Robot Productions [63]
Stargate SG-1: "Heroes"Andy Mikita (director), Robert C. Cooper (screenplay)Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/Sci Fi Channel [63]
2006 Doctor Who: "The Empty Child"/"The Doctor Dances"*James Hawes (director), Steven Moffat (screenplay)BBC Cymru Wales/BBC One [21]
Battlestar Galactica: "Pegasus"Michael Rymer (director), Anne Cofell Saunders (screenplay)NBC Universal/British Sky Broadcasting [21]
Doctor Who: "Dalek"Joe Ahearne (director), Robert Shearman (screenplay)BBC Cymru Wales/BBC One [21]
Doctor Who: "Father's Day"Joe Ahearne (director), Paul Cornell (screenplay)BBC Cymru Wales/BBC One [21]
Jack-Jack AttackBrad Bird (director, screenplay)The Walt Disney Company/Pixar [21]
Lucas Back in AngerPhil Raines (director, script), Ian Sorensen (script)Reductio Ad Absurdum Productions [21]
Prix Victor Hugo Awards CeremonyPaul J. McAuley (performer, script), Kim Newman (performer, script), Mike Moir (director), Debby Moir (director)Interaction Events [21]
2007 Doctor Who: "The Girl in the Fireplace"*Euros Lyn (director), Steven Moffat (screenplay)BBC Cymru Wales/BBC One [64]
Battlestar Galactica: "Downloaded"Jeff Woolnough (director), Bradley Thompson (screenplay), David Weddle (screenplay)NBC Universal/British Sky Broadcasting [64]
Doctor Who: "Army of Ghosts"/"Doomsday"Graeme Harper (director), Russell T Davies (screenplay)BBC Cymru Wales/BBC One [64]
Doctor Who: "School Reunion"James Hawes (director), Toby Whithouse (screenplay)BBC Cymru Wales/BBC One [64]
Stargate SG-1: "200"Martin Wood (director), Brad Wright (screenplay), Robert C. Cooper (screenplay), Joseph Mallozzi (screenplay), Paul Mullie (screenplay), Carl Binder (screenplay), Martin Gero (screenplay), Alan McCullough (screenplay)Double Secret Productions/NBC Universal [64]
2008 Doctor Who: "Blink"*Hettie MacDonald (director), Steven Moffat (screenplay)BBC [65]
Battlestar Galactica: "Razor"Félix Enríquez Alcalá (director), Wayne Rose (director), Michael Taylor (screenplay)Sci Fi Channel [65]
Doctor Who: "Human Nature"/"The Family of Blood"Charles Palmer (director), Paul Cornell (screenplay)BBC [65]
Star Trek New Voyages: "World Enough and Time"Marc Scott Zicree (director, screenplay), Michael Reaves (screenplay)Cawley Entertainment Company/The Magic Time Company [65]
Torchwood: "Captain Jack Harkness"Ashley Way (director), Catherine Tregenna (screenplay)BBC Cymru Wales [65]
2009 Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog*Joss Whedon (director, screenplay), Zack Whedon (screenplay), Jed Whedon (screenplay), Maurissa Tancharoen (screenplay)Mutant Enemy Productions [66]
Battlestar Galactica: "Revelations"Michael Rymer (director), Bradley Thompson (screenplay), David Weddle (screenplay)NBC Universal [65]
Doctor Who: "Silence in the Library"/"Forest of the Dead"Euros Lyn (director), Steven Moffat (screenplay)BBC Cymru Wales [66]
Doctor Who: "Turn Left"Graeme Harper (director), Russell T Davies (screenplay)BBC Cymru Wales [66]
Lost: "The Constant"Jack Bender (director), Carlton Cuse (screenplay), Damon Lindelof (screenplay)Bad Robot Productions/ABC Studios [66]
2010 Doctor Who: "The Waters of Mars"*Graeme Harper (director), Russell T Davies (screenplay), Phil Ford (screenplay)BBC Cymru Wales [67]
Doctor Who: "The Next Doctor"Andy Goddard (director), Russell T Davies (screenplay)BBC Cymru Wales [67]
Doctor Who: "Planet of the Dead"James Strong (director), Russell T Davies (screenplay), Gareth Roberts (screenplay)BBC Cymru Wales [67]
Dollhouse: "Epitaph One"David Solomon (director), Maurissa Tancharoen (screenplay), Jed Whedon (screenplay), Joss Whedon (story)Mutant Enemy Productions [67]
FlashForward: "No More Good Days"David S. Goyer (director, screenplay), Brannon Braga (screenplay), Robert J. Sawyer (original novel)American Broadcasting Company [67]
2011 Doctor Who: "The Pandorica Opens"/"The Big Bang"*Toby Haynes (director), Steven Moffat (screenplay)BBC Cymru Wales [68]
Doctor Who: "A Christmas Carol"Toby Haynes (director), Steven Moffat (screenplay)BBC Cymru Wales [68]
Doctor Who: "Vincent and the Doctor"Jonny Campbell (director), Richard Curtis (screenplay)BBC Cymru Wales [68]
Fuck Me, Ray BradburyPaul Briganti (director), Rachel Bloom (screenplay) [68]
The Lost ThingShaun Tan (director, original story), Andrew Ruhemann (director)Passion Pictures [68]
2012 Doctor Who: "The Doctor's Wife"*Richard Clark (director), Neil Gaiman (screenplay)BBC Cymru Wales [69]
Community: "Remedial Chaos Theory"Jeff Melman (director), Dan Harmon (screenplay), Chris McKenna (screenplay)NBC [69]
Doctor Who: "The Girl Who Waited"Nick Hurran (director), Tom MacRae (screenplay)BBC Cymru Wales [69]
Doctor Who: "A Good Man Goes to War"Peter Hoar (director), Steven Moffat (screenplay)BBC Cymru Wales [69]
The Drink Tank's Hugo Acceptance SpeechChristopher J Garcia, James BaconRenovation [69]
2013 Game of Thrones: "Blackwater"*Neil Marshall (director), George R. R. Martin (original novel, screenplay)HBO [70]
Doctor Who: "Asylum of the Daleks"Nick Hurran (director), Steven Moffat (screenplay)BBC Cymru Wales [70]
Doctor Who: "The Angels Take Manhattan"Nick Hurran (director), Steven Moffat (screenplay)BBC Cymru Wales [70]
Doctor Who: "The Snowmen"Saul Metzstein (director), Steven Moffat (screenplay)BBC Cymru Wales [70]
Fringe: "Letters of Transit"Joe Chappelle (director), J. J. Abrams, Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci, Akiva Goldsman, J. H. Wyman, Jeff Pinkner (screenplay)Fox Broadcasting Company [70]
2014 Game of Thrones: "The Rains of Castamere"*David Nutter (director), David Benioff (screenplay), D. B. Weiss (screenplay), George R. R. Martin (original novel)HBO [71]
An Adventure in Space and TimeTerry McDonough (director), Mark Gatiss (screenplay)BBC Television [71]
Doctor Who: "The Day of the Doctor"Nick Hurran (director), Steven Moffat (screenplay)BBC Television [71]
Doctor Who: "The Name of the Doctor"Saul Metzstein (director), Steven Moffat (screenplay)BBC Television [71]
Doctor Who: "The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot"Peter Davison (director, screenplay)BBC Television [71]
Orphan Black: "Variations under Domestication"John Fawcett (director), Will Pascoe (screenplay)Temple Street Productions/Space/BBC America [71]
2015 Orphan Black: "By Means Which Have Never Yet Been Tried"*John Fawcett (director), Graham Manson (screenplay)Temple Street Productions, Space/BBC America [72]
Doctor Who: "Listen"Douglas Mackinnon (director), Steven Moffat (screenplay)BBC Television [72]
The Flash: "Pilot"David Nutter (director), Andrew Kreisberg (screenplay, story), Geoff Johns (screenplay, story), Greg Berlanti (screenplay, story)Berlanti Productions/DC Entertainment/Warner Bros. Television [72]
Game of Thrones: "The Mountain and the Viper"Alex Graves (director), David Benioff (screenplay), D. B. Weiss (screenplay), George R. R. Martin (original novel)HBO/Bighead, Littlehead/Television 360/Startling Television/Generator Productions [72]
Grimm: "Once We Were Gods"Steven DePaul (director), Alan Di Fiore (screenplay)GK Productions/Hazy Mills Productions/Universal Television) [72]
2016 Jessica Jones: "AKA Smile"*Michael Rymer (director), Scott Reynolds (screenplay), Melissa Rosenberg (screenplay), Jamie King (screenplay)Marvel Television/ABC Studios/Tall Girls Productions/Netflix [73]
Doctor Who: "Heaven Sent"Rachel Talalay (director), Steven Moffat (screenplay)BBC Television [73]
Grimm: "Headache"Jim Kouf (director), Jim Kouf (screenplay), David Greenwalt (screenplay)GK Productions/Hazy Mills Productions/Universal Television [73]
My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic: "The Cutie Map" Parts 1 and 2Jayson Thiessen (director), Jim Miller (director), Scott Sonneborn (screenplay), M.A. Larson (screenplay), Meghan McCarthy (screenplay)DHX Media/Vancouver/Hasbro Studios [73]
Supernatural: "Just My Imagination"Richard Speight, Jr. (director), Jenny Klein (screenplay)Kripke Enterprises/Wonderland Sound and Vision/Warner Bros. Television [73]
2017 The Expanse: "Leviathan Wakes"*Terry McDonough (director), Mark Fergus and Hawk Ostby (screenplay), James S. A. Corey (original novel)SyFy [22]
Black Mirror: "San Junipero"Owen Harris (director), Charlie Brooker (screenplay)House of Tomorrow [22]
Doctor Who: "The Return of Doctor Mysterio"Edward Bazalgette (director), Steven Moffat (screenplay)BBC Television [22]
Game of Thrones: "Battle of the Bastards"Miguel Sapochnik (director), David Benioff (screenplay), D. B. Weiss (screenplay), George R. R. Martin (original novel)HBO [22]
Game of Thrones: "The Door"Jack Bender (director), David Benioff (screenplay), D. B. Weiss (screenplay), George R. R. Martin (original novel)HBO [22]
Splendor & MiseryClipping (Daveed Diggs, William Hutson, Jonathan Snipes)Sub Pop, Deathbomb Arc [22]
2018 The Good Place: "The Trolley Problem"*Dean Holland (director), Josh Siegal (screenwriter), Dylan Morgan (screenwriter)Fremulon/3 Arts Entertainment/Universal Television [23]
Black Mirror: "USS Callister"Toby Haynes (director), William Bridges (screenplay), Charlie Brooker (screenplay)House of Tomorrow [23]
"The Deep"Clipping (Daveed Diggs, William Hutson, Jonathan Snipes)This American Life [23]
Doctor Who: "Twice Upon a Time"Rachel Talalay (director), Steven Moffat (screenplay)BBC Television [23]
The Good Place: "Michael's Gambit"Michael Schur (director, screenplay)Fremulon/3 Arts Entertainment/Universal Television [23]
Star Trek: Discovery: "Magic to Make the Sanest Man Go Mad"David M. Barrett (director), Aron Eli Coleite (screenwriter), Jesse Alexander (screenwriter)CBS Television Studios [23]
2019 The Good Place: "Janet(s)"*Morgan Sackett (director), Josh Siegal (screenwriter), Dylan Morgan (screenwriter)NBC [74]
Dirty ComputerAndrew Donoho (director), Chuck Lightning (director), Janelle Monáe (writer)Wondaland Arts Society/Bad Boy Records/Atlantic Records [74]
Doctor Who: "Demons of the Punjab"Jamie Childs (director), Vinay Patel (screenwriter)BBC [74]
Doctor Who: "Rosa"Mark Tonderai (director), Malorie Blackman (screenwriter), Chris Chibnall (screenwriter)BBC [74]
The Expanse: "Abaddon's Gate"Simon Cellan Jones (director), Daniel Abraham (screenwriter), Ty Franck (screenwriter), Naren Shankar (screenwriter)Penguin in a Parka/Alcon Entertainment [74]
The Good Place: "Jeremy Bearimy"Trent O'Donnell (director), Megan Amram (screenwriter)NBC [74]

Retro Hugos

Beginning with the 1996 Worldcon, the World Science Fiction Society created the concept of "Retro Hugos", in which the Hugo award could be retroactively awarded for 50, 75, or 100 years prior. Retro Hugos may only be awarded for years in which a Worldcon was hosted, but no awards were originally given.[7][Note 1] The 1939, 1941, 1943, and 1944 awards were given 75 years later; the other three awards were given 50 years later.[8] In 1946 and 1951, an award was given for Best Dramatic Presentation, as the category had not yet been split, while in 1939, 1943, and 1954 an award was given for Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form. The Long Form category did not receive enough nominations for an award to be given in those years. The 1941 and 1944 Retro Hugos awarded both Long and Short Forms.[7]

Year Year awarded Work Creator(s) Publisher(s) Ref.
1939 2014 The War of the Worlds*Orson Welles (director, screenplay), H.G. Wells (original novel)The Mercury Theatre on the Air/CBS [20]
Around the World in Eighty DaysOrson Welles (director, screenplay), Jules Verne (original novel)The Mercury Theatre on the Air/CBS [20]
A Christmas CarolOrson Welles (director, screenplay), Charles Dickens (original novella)The Campbell Playhouse/CBS [20]
DraculaOrson Welles (director, screenplay), John Houseman (screenplay), Bram Stoker (original novel)The Mercury Theatre on the Air/CBS [20]
R.U.R.Jan Bussell (producer), Karel Čapek (original play)BBC [20]
1941 (Long Form) 2016 Fantasia*Samuel Armstrong et al. (director), Joe Grant (screenplay), Dick Huemer (screenplay)Walt Disney Productions, RKO Radio Pictures [75]
Dr. CyclopsErnest B. Schoedsack (director), Tom Kilpatrick (screenplay)Paramount Pictures [75]
Flash Gordon Conquers the UniverseFord Beebe (director), Ray Taylor (director), George H. Plympton (screenplay), Basil Dickey (screenplay), Barry Shipman (screenplay)Universal Pictures [75]
One Million B.C.Hal Roach (director), Hal Roach, Jr. (director), Mickell Novack (screenplay), George Baker (screenplay), Joseph Frickert (screenplay)United Artists [75]
The Thief of BagdadMichael Powell (director), Ludwig Berger (director), Tim Whelan (director), Lajos Bíró (screenplay), Miles Malleson (screenplay)London Films, United Artists [75]
1941 (Short Form) 2016 Pinocchio*Ben Sharpsteen (director), Hamilton Luske (director), Ted Sears et al. (screenplay)Walt Disney Productions, RKO Radio Pictures
The Adventures of Superman: "The Baby from Krypton"Frank Chase (producer), George Ludlam (screenplay)WOR [75]
The Invisible Man ReturnsJoe May (director, screenplay), Kurt Siodmak (screenplay), Lester Cole (screenplay)Universal Pictures [75]
Looney Tunes: "You Ought to Be in Pictures"Friz Freleng (director), Jack Miller (screenplay)Warner Bros. [75]
Merrie Melodies: "A Wild Hare"Tex Avery (director), Rich Hogan (screenplay)Warner Bros. [75]
1943 2018 Bambi*David Hand et al. (director), Perce Pearce (screenplay), Larry Morey et al. (screenplay), Felix Salten (original novel)The Walt Disney Company [76]
Cat PeopleJacques Tourneur (director), DeWitt Bodeen (screenplay), Val Lewton (original novel)RKO Pictures [76]
The Ghost of FrankensteinErle C. Kenton (director), W. Scott Darling (screenplay)Universal Pictures [76]
I Married a WitchRené Clair (director), Robert Pirosh (screenplay), Marc Connelly (screenplay), Thorne Smith (original novel)Cinema Guild Productions/Paramount Pictures [76]
Invisible AgentEdwin L. Marin (director), Curtis Siodmak (screenplay)Frank Lloyd Productions/Universal Pictures [76]
Rudyard Kipling's Jungle BookZoltan Korda (director), Laurence Stallings (screenplay), Rudyard Kipling (original novel)Alexander Korda Films/United Artists [76]
1944 (Long Form) 2019 Heaven Can Wait*Ernst Lubitsch (director), Samson Raphaelson (screenplay)20th Century Fox [77]
BatmanLambert Hillyer (director), Victor McLeod (screenplay), Leslie Swabacker (screenplay), Harry L. Fraser (screenplay)Columbia Pictures [77]
Cabin in the SkyVincente Minnelli (director), Busby Berkeley (uncredited director), Joseph Schrank (screenplay)MGM [77]
A Guy Named JoeVictor Fleming (director), Frederick Hazlitt Brennan (screenplay), Dalton Trumbo (screenplay)MGM [77]
MünchhausenJosef von Báky (director), Erich Kästner (screenplay), Rudolph Erich Raspe (screenplay)UFA [77]
Phantom of the OperaArthur Lubin (director), Eric Taylor (screenplay), Samuel Hoffenstein (screenplay), Hans Jacoby (story)Universal Pictures [77]
1944 (Short Form) 2019 Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man*Roy William Neil (director), Curt Siodmak (screenplay)Universal Pictures [77]
The Ape ManWilliam Beaudine (director), Barney A. Sarecky (screenplay)Banner Productions [77]
Der Fuehrer's FaceJack Kinney (director), Joe Grant (story), Dick Huemer (story))The Walt Disney Company [77]
I Walked With a ZombieJacques Tourneur (director), Curt Siodmak (screenplay), Ardel Wray (screenplay)RKO Pictures [77]
The Seventh VictimMark Robson (director), Charles O'Neal (screenplay), DeWitt Bodeen (screenplay)RKO Pictures [77]
Merrie Melodies: "Super-Rabbit"Charles M. Jones (director), Tedd Pierce (story)Warner Bros.
1946 1996 The Picture of Dorian Gray*Albert Lewin (director, screenplay), Oscar Wilde (original novel)Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [78]
Blithe SpiritDavid Lean (director, screenplay), Anthony Havelock-Allan (screenplay), Ronald Neame (screenplay), Noël Coward (original play)United Artists [78]
The Body SnatcherRobert Wise (director), Philip MacDonald (screenplay), Val Lewton (screenplay), Robert Louis Stevenson (original story)RKO Pictures [78]
The Horn Blows at MidnightRaoul Walsh (director), Sam Hellman (screenplay), James V. Kern (screenplay)Warner Bros. [78]
House of DraculaErle C. Kenton (director), Edward T. Lowe, Jr. (screenplay)Universal Studios [78]
1951 2001 Destination Moon*Irving Pichel (director), Alford Van Ronkel (screenplay), James O'Hanlon (screenplay), Robert A. Heinlein (screenplay, original novel)George Pal Productions [79]
CinderellaClyde Geronimi (director) Wilfred Jackson (director) Hamilton Luske (director) Ken Anderson (screenplay), Homer Brightman (screenplay), Winston Hibler (screenplay), Bill Peet (screenplay), Erdman Penner (screenplay), Harry Reeves (screenplay), Joe Rinaldi (screenplay), Ted Sears (screenplay), Charles Perrault (original story)The Walt Disney Company [79]
HarveyHenry Koster (director), Oscar Brodney (screenplay), Myles Connolly (screenplay), Mary Chase (screenplay, original play)Universal Studios [79]
Rabbit of SevilleChuck Jones (director), Michael Maltese (story)Warner Bros. [79]
Rocketship X-MKurt Neumann (director, screenplay), Dalton Trumbo (screenplay), Orville H. Hampton (screenplay)Lippert Pictures [79]
1954 2004 The War of the Worlds*Byron Haskin (director), Barré Lyndon (screenplay), H. G. Wells (original novel)Paramount Pictures [80]
The Beast from 20,000 FathomsEugène Lourié (director), Louis Morheim (screenplay), Fred Freiberger (screenplay), Ray Bradbury (original story)Mutual Pictures/Warner Bros. [80]
Duck Dodgers in the 24½th CenturyChuck Jones (director), Michael Maltese (screenplay)Warner Bros. [80]
Invaders from MarsWilliam Cameron Menzies (director), Richard Blake (screenplay), John Tucker Battle (story)National Pictures/20th Century Fox [80]
It Came from Outer SpaceJack Arnold (director), Harry Essex (screenplay), Ray Bradbury (original story)Universal Studios [80]

See also

Notes

  1. Although no "Best Dramatic Presentation" Hugo was awarded at the 1957 convention, Hugos were awarded in other categories, hence there was no "Retro Hugo" for 1957 awarded in 2007.

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