2004 Hugo Award For Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form - Winners and Nominees - Short Form

Short Form

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 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.

Year Work Creator(s) Publisher(s) Ref
20031 !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
Angel: "Waiting in the Wings" Joss Whedon (director, screenplay) 20th Century Fox Television/Mutant Enemy Productions
Firefly: "Serenity" Joss Whedon (director, screenplay) 20th Century Fox Television/Mutant Enemy Productions
Star Trek: Enterprise: "Carbon Creek" James A. Contner (director), Chris Black (screenplay), Rick Berman (story), Brannon Braga (story), Dan O'Shannon (story) Paramount Pictures
Star Trek: Enterprise: "A Night in Sickbay" David Straiton (director), Rick Berman (screenplay), Brannon Braga (screenplay) Paramount Pictures
20041 !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
Buffy the Vampire Slayer: "Chosen" Joss Whedon (director, screenplay) 20th Century Fox Television/Mutant Enemy Productions
Firefly: "Heart of Gold" Thomas J. Wright (director), Brett Matthews (screenplay) 20th Century Fox Television/Mutant Enemy Productions
Firefly: "The Message" Tim Minear (director, screenplay), Joss Whedon (screenplay) 20th Century Fox Television/Mutant Enemy Productions
Smallville: "Rosetta" James Marshall (director), Alfred Gough (screenplay), Miles Millar (screenplay) Tollin/Robbins Productions/Warner Bros.
20051 !2005 Battlestar Galactica: "33"* Michael Rymer (director), Ronald D. Moore (screenplay) NBC Universal/Sci Fi Channel
Angel: "Not Fade Away" Jeffrey Jackson Bell (director, screenplay), Joss Whedon (screenplay) 20th Century Fox Television/Mutant Enemy Productions
Angel: "Smile Time" Ben Edlund (director, screenplay, story), Joss Whedon (story) 20th Century Fox Television/Mutant Enemy Productions
Lost: "Pilot" J. J. Abrams (director, screenplay, story), Damon Lindelof (screenplay, story), Jeffrey Lieber (story) Touchstone Pictures/Bad Robot Productions
Stargate SG-1: "Heroes" Andy Mikita (director), Robert C. Cooper (screenplay) Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/Sci Fi Channel
20061 !2006 Doctor Who: "The Empty Child"/"The Doctor Dances"* James Hawes (director), Steven Moffat (screenplay) BBC Cymru Wales/BBC One
Battlestar Galactica: "Pegasus" Michael Rymer (director), Anne Cofell Saunders (screenplay) NBC Universal/British Sky Broadcasting
Doctor Who: "Dalek" Joe Ahearne (director), Robert Shearman (screenplay) BBC Cymru Wales/BBC One
Doctor Who: "Father's Day" Joe Ahearne (director), Paul Cornell (screenplay) BBC Cymru Wales/BBC One
Jack-Jack Attack Brad Bird (director, screenplay) The Walt Disney Company/Pixar
Lucas Back in Anger Phil Raines (director, script), Ian Sorensen (script) Reductio Ad Absurdum Productions
Prix Victor Hugo Awards Ceremony Paul J. McAuley (performer, script), Kim Newman (performer, script), Mike Moir (director), Debby Moir (director) Interaction Events
20071 !2007 Doctor Who: "The Girl in the Fireplace"* Euros Lyn (director), Steven Moffat (screenplay) BBC Cymru Wales/BBC One
Battlestar Galactica: "Downloaded" Jeff Woolnough (director), Bradley Thompson (screenplay), David Weddle (screenplay) NBC Universal/British Sky Broadcasting
Doctor Who: "Army of Ghosts"/"Doomsday" Graeme Harper (director), Russell T Davies (screenplay) BBC Cymru Wales/BBC One
Doctor Who: "School Reunion" James Hawes (director), Toby Whithouse (screenplay) BBC Cymru Wales/BBC One
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
20081 !2008 Doctor Who: "Blink"* Hettie MacDonald (director), Steven Moffat (screenplay) BBC
Battlestar Galactica: "Razor" Félix Enríquez Alcalá (director), Wayne Rose (director), Michael Taylor (screenplay) Sci Fi Channel
Doctor Who: "Human Nature"/"The Family of Blood" Charles Palmer (director), Paul Cornell (screenplay) BBC
Star Trek New Voyages: "World Enough and Time" Marc Scott Zicree (director, screenplay), Michael Reaves (screenplay) Cawley Entertainment Company/The Magic Time Company
Torchwood: "Captain Jack Harkness" Ashley Way (director), Catherine Tregenna (screenplay) BBC Cymru Wales
20091 !2009 Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog* Joss Whedon (director, screenplay), Zack Whedon (screenplay), Jed Whedon (screenplay), Maurissa Tancharoen (screenplay) Mutant Enemy Productions
Battlestar Galactica: "Revelations" Michael Rymer (director), Bradley Thompson (screenplay), David Weddle (screenplay) NBC Universal
Doctor Who: "Silence in the Library"/"Forest of the Dead" Euros Lyn (director), Steven Moffat (screenplay) BBC Cymru Wales
Doctor Who: "Turn Left" Graeme Harper (director), Russell T Davies (screenplay) BBC Cymru Wales
Lost: "The Constant" Jack Bender (director), Carlton Cuse (screenplay), Damon Lindelof (screenplay) Bad Robot Productions/ABC Studios
20101 !2010 Doctor Who: "The Waters of Mars"* Graeme Harper (director), Russell T Davies (screenplay), Phil Ford (screenplay) BBC Cymru Wales
Doctor Who: "The Next Doctor" Andy Goddard (director), Russell T Davies (screenplay) BBC Cymru Wales
Doctor Who: "Planet of the Dead" James Strong (director), Russell T Davies (screenplay), Gareth Roberts (screenplay) BBC Cymru Wales
Dollhouse: "Epitaph One" David Solomon (director), Maurissa Tancharoen (screenplay), Jed Whedon (screenplay), Joss Whedon (story) Mutant Enemy Productions
FlashForward: "No More Good Days" David S. Goyer (director, screenplay), Brannon Braga (screenplay), Robert J. Sawyer (original novel) American Broadcasting Company
20111 !2011 Doctor Who: "The Pandorica Opens"/"The Big Bang"* Toby Haynes (director), Steven Moffat (screenplay) BBC Cymru Wales
Doctor Who: "A Christmas Carol" Toby Haynes (director), Steven Moffat (screenplay) BBC Cymru Wales
Doctor Who: "Vincent and the Doctor" Jonny Campbell (director), Richard Curtis (screenplay) BBC Cymru Wales
Fuck Me, Ray Bradbury Paul Briganti (director), Rachel Bloom (screenplay)
Lost Thing !The Lost Thing Shaun Tan (director, original story), Andrew Ruhemann (director) Passion Pictures
20121 !2012 Doctor Who: "The Doctor's Wife"* Richard Clark (director), Neil Gaiman (screenplay) BBC Cymru Wales
Community: "Remedial Chaos Theory" Jeff Melman (director), Dan Harmon (screenplay), Chris McKenna (screenplay) NBC
Doctor Who: "The Girl Who Waited" Nick Hurran (director), Tom MacRae (screenplay) BBC Cymru Wales
Doctor Who: "A Good Man Goes to War" Peter Hoar (director), Steven Moffat (screenplay) BBC Cymru Wales
Drink Tank’s Hugo Acceptance Speech !The Drink Tank’s Hugo Acceptance Speech Christopher J Garcia, James Bacon Renovation
20132 !2013 Doctor Who: "Asylum of the Daleks" Nick Hurran (director), Steven Moffat (screenplay) BBC Cymru Wales
Doctor Who: "The Angels Take Manhattan" Nick Hurran (director), Steven Moffat (screenplay) BBC Cymru Wales
Doctor Who: "The Snowmen" Saul Metzstein (director), Steven Moffat (screenplay) BBC Cymru Wales
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
Game of Thrones: "Blackwater" Neil Marshall (director), George R. R. Martin (original novel, screenplay) HBO

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