Hugo Award For Best Dramatic Presentation - Winners and Nominees - Best Dramatic Presentation

Best Dramatic Presentation

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Year Work Creator(s) Publisher(s) Ref
19581 !1958 Incredible Shrinking Man !The Incredible Shrinking Man* Jack Arnold (director), Richard Matheson (screenplay, story) Universal Studios
19591 !1959 (no award)+
7th Voyage of Sinbad !The 7th Voyage of Sinbad Nathan Juran (director), Ken Kolb (screenplay), Ray Harryhausen (story) Morningside Movies/Columbia Pictures
Dracula Terence Fisher (director), Jimmy Sangster (screenplay), Bram Stoker (original novel) Hammer Film Productions
Fly !The Fly Kurt Neumann (director), James Clavell (screenplay), George Langelaan (story) 20th Century Fox
19601 !1960 Twilight Zone !The Twilight Zone* Rod Serling (creator, screenplay) CBS
Men into Space (multiple directors and writers) CBS
Murder and the Android Alex Segal (director), Alfred Bester (original story) NBC
Turn of the Screw !The Turn of the Screw John Frankenheimer (director), James Costigan (screenplay), Henry James (original story) NBC
World, the Flesh and the Devil !The World, the Flesh and the Devil Ranald MacDougall (director, screenplay), Ferdinand Reyher (story), M. P. Shiel (original novel) HarBel/Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
19611 !1961 Twilight Zone !The Twilight Zone* Rod Serling (creator, screenplay) CBS
Time Machine !The Time Machine George Pal (director), David Duncan (screenplay), H. G. Wells (original novel) Galaxy Films/Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Village of the Damned Wolf Rilla (director, screenplay), Stirling Silliphant (screenplay), Ronald Kinnoch (screenplay) Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
19621 !1962 Twilight Zone !The Twilight Zone* Rod Serling (creator, screenplay) CBS
Thriller (multiple directors and writers) NBC
United States Steel Hour: "Two Worlds of Charlie Gordon" !The United States Steel Hour: "The Two Worlds of Charlie Gordon" James Yaffe (screenplay), Daniel Keyes (original story) CBS
Village of the Damned Wolf Rilla (director, screenplay), Stirling Silliphant (screenplay), Ronald Kinnoch (screenplay) Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Fabulous World of Jules Verne !The Fabulous World of Jules Verne Karel Zeman (director, screenplay), František Hrubín (screenplay), Jules Verne (original novel) Warner Bros.
19631 !1963 (no award)+
Twilight Zone !The Twilight Zone Rod Serling (creator, screenplay) CBS
Last Year at Marienbad Alain Resnais (director, screenplay), Alain Robbe-Grillet (screenplay), Adolfo Bioy Casares (original novel) Argos Films
Day the Earth Caught Fire !The Day the Earth Caught Fire Val Guest (director, screenplay), Wolf Mankowitz (screenplay) British Lion Films/Pax
Night of the Eagle Sidney Hayers (director), Charles Beaumont (screenplay), Richard Matheson (screenplay), George Baxt (screenplay), Fritz Leiber (original novel) Anglo-Amalgamated/Independent Artists
19651 !1965 Dr. Strangelove* Stanley Kubrick (director, screenplay), Terry Southern (screenplay), Peter George (screenplay, original novel) Hawk Films/Columbia Pictures
07 Faces of Dr. Lao !7 Faces of Dr. Lao George Pal (director), Charles Beaumont (screenplay), Charles G. Finney (original novel) Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
19671 !1967 Star Trek: "Menagerie" !Star Trek: "The Menagerie"* Marc Daniels (director), Gene Roddenberry (screenplay) Desilu Productions
Star Trek: "Corbomite Maneuver" !Star Trek: "The Corbomite Maneuver" Joseph Sargent (director), Jerry Sohl (screenplay) Desilu Productions
Star Trek: "Naked Time" !Star Trek: "The Naked Time" Marc Daniels (director), John D. F. Black (screenplay) Desilu Productions
Fahrenheit 451 François Truffaut (director, screenplay), Jean-Louis Richard (screenplay), Helen Scott (screenplay), Ray Bradbury (original novel) Anglo Enterprises/Vineyard
Fantastic Voyage Richard Fleischer (director), Harry Kleiner (screenplay), David Duncan (screenplay), Jerome Bixby (story), Otto Klement (story) 20th Century Fox
19681 !1968 Star Trek: "City on the Edge of Forever" !Star Trek: "The City on the Edge of Forever"* Joseph Pevney (director), Harlan Ellison (screenplay) Desilu Productions
Star Trek: "Amok Time" Joseph Pevney (director), Theodore Sturgeon (screenplay) Desilu Productions
Star Trek: "Mirror, Mirror" Marc Daniels (director), Jerome Bixby (screenplay) Desilu Productions
Star Trek: "Doomsday Machine" !Star Trek: "The Doomsday Machine" Marc Daniels (director), Norman Spinrad (screenplay) Desilu Productions
Star Trek: "Trouble with Tribbles" !Star Trek: "The Trouble With Tribbles" Joseph Pevney (director), David Gerrold (screenplay) Desilu Productions
19691 !1969 2001: A Space Odyssey* Stanley Kubrick (director, screenplay), Arthur C. Clarke (screenplay, original story) Paramount Pictures
Prisoner: "Fall Out" !The Prisoner: "Fall Out" Patrick McGoohan (director, screenplay) Everyman/ITC Entertainment
Charly Ralph Nelson (director), Stirling Silliphant (screenplay), Daniel Keyes (original story) ABC Pictures/Selmer
Rosemary's Baby Roman Polanski (director, screenplay), Ira Levin (original novel) Paramount Pictures
Yellow Submarine George Dunning (director), Al Brodax (screenplay), Roger McGough (screenplay), Jack Mendelsohn (screenplay), Lee Minoff (screenplay), Erich Segal (screenplay) Apple Corps/Hearst/King Features Syndicate
19701 !1970 News coverage of Apollo 11* Multiple sources Multiple publishers, NASA
Bed-Sitting Room !The Bed Sitting Room Richard Lester (director), John Antrobus (screenplay), Charles Wood (screenplay), John Antrobus (original play), Spike Milligan (original play) Oscar Lewenstein Productions
Illustrated Man !The Illustrated Man Jack Smight (director), Howard B. Kreitsek (screenplay), Ray Bradbury (original story collection) SKM
Immortal !The Immortal Allen Baron (director), Joseph Sargent (director), Lou Morheim (screenplay), Robert Specht (screenplay), James Gunn (original novel) Paramount Pictures
Marooned John Sturges (director), Mayo Simon (screenplay), Martin Caidin (original novel) Columbia Pictures
19711 !1971 (no award)+
Blows Against the Empire Paul Kantner (lyrics, music) RCA
Colossus: The Forbin Project Joseph Sargent (director), James Bridges (screenplay), D. F. Jones (original novel) Universal Studios
Don't Crush That Dwarf, Hand Me the Pliers The Firesign Theatre (lyrics, music) Sony Music Entertainment
Hauser's Memory Boris Sagal (director), Adrian Spies (screenplay), Curt Siodmak (original novel) Universal Studios
No Blade of Grass Cornel Wilde (director), Sean Forestal (screenplay), Jefferson Pascal (screenplay), John Christopher (original novel) Theodora/Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
19721 !1972 Clockwork Orange !A Clockwork Orange* Stanley Kubrick (director, screenplay), Anthony Burgess (original novel) Hawk Films/Polaris/Warner Bros.
Andromeda Strain !The Andromeda Strain Robert Wise (director), Nelson Gidding (screenplay), Michael Crichton (original novel) Universal Studios
I Think We're All Bozos on This Bus The Firesign Theatre (lyrics, music) Sony Music Entertainment
Name of the Game: "L.A. 2017" !The Name of the Game: "L.A. 2017" Steven Spielberg (director), Philip Wylie (screenplay) Universal Studios/NBC
THX 1138 George Lucas (director, screenplay, story), Walter Murch (screenplay) Warner Bros./American Zoetrope
19731 !1973 Slaughterhouse-Five* George Roy Hill (director), Stephen Geller (screenplay), Kurt Vonnegut (original novel) Universal Studios
Between Time and Timbuktu Fred Barzyk (director), Kurt Vonnegut (screenplay, story) NET Playhouse/Public Broadcasting Service
People !The People John Korty (director), James M. Miller (screenplay), Zenna Henderson (original stories) American Zoetrope/ABC
Silent Running Douglas Trumbull (director), Deric Washburn (screenplay), Michael Cimino (screenplay), Steven Bochco (screenplay) Universal Studios
19741 !1974 Sleeper* Woody Allen (director, screenplay), Marshall Brickman (screenplay) Rollins-Joffe/Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists
Genesis II John Llewellyn Moxey (director), Gene Roddenberry (screenplay) Norway/Warner Bros.
Six Million Dollar Man !The Six Million Dollar Man Richard Irving (director), Tom Greene (screenplay), Howard Rodman (screenplay), Martin Caidin (original novel) Universal Studios
Soylent Green Richard Fleischer (director), Stanley R. Greenberg (screenplay), Harry Harrison (original novel) Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Westworld Michael Crichton (director, screenplay) Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
19751 !1975 Young Frankenstein* Mel Brooks (director, screenplay, story), Gene Wilder (screenplay, story), Mary Shelley (original novel) 20th Century Fox
Flesh Gordon Michael Benveniste (director, screenplay), Howard Ziehm (director) Graffiti Productions
Phantom of the Paradise Brian De Palma (director, screenplay) Harbor/20th Century Fox
Questor Tapes !The Questor Tapes Richard A. Colla (director), Gene L. Coon (screenplay), Gene Roddenberry (screenplay, story) Universal Studios
Zardoz John Boorman (director, screenplay) 20th Century Fox
19761 !1976 Boy and His Dog !A Boy and His Dog* Directed by L. Q. Jones (director, screenplay), Wayne Cruseturner (screenplay), Harlan Ellison (original story) LQ/JAF
Dark Star John Carpenter (director, screenplay), Dan O'Bannon (screenplay) USC
Monty Python and the Holy Grail Terry Gilliam (director, screenplay) Terry Jones (director, screenplay), Graham Chapman (screenplay), John Cleese (screenplay), Eric Idle (screenplay), Michael Palin (screenplay) Python (Monty) Pictures
Rollerball Norman Jewison (director), William Harrison (screenplay, original story) Algonquin/United Artists
Capture !The Capture Phil Foglio Phil Foglio
19771 !1977 (no award)+
Carrie Brian De Palma (director), Lawrence D. Cohen (screenplay), Stephen King (original novel) Redbank/United Artists
Logan's Run Michael Anderson (director), David Zelag Goodman (screenplay), William F. Nolan (original novel), George Clayton Johnson (original novel) Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Man Who Fell to Earth !The Man Who Fell to Earth Nicolas Roeg (director), Paul Mayersberg (screenplay), Walter Tevis (original novel) British Lion Films
Futureworld Richard T. Heffron (director), George Schenk (screenplay), Mayo Simon (screenplay) American International Pictures
19781 !1978 Star Wars* George Lucas (director, screenplay) Lucasfilm
Close Encounters of the Third Kind Steven Spielberg (director, screenplay) Columbia Pictures/EMI Films
Blood!: The Life and Future Times of Jack the Ripper Shelley Torgeson (director), Robert Bloch (script), Harlan Ellison (script), Roy Torgeson (producer) Alternate Worlds Recordings
Wizards Ralph Bakshi (director, screenplay) 20th Century Fox
Hobbit !The Hobbit Jules Bass (director), Arthur Rankin, Jr. (director), Romeo Muller (screenplay), J. R. R. Tolkien (original novel) Rankin/Bass
19791 !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
Invasion of the Body Snatchers Philip Kaufmann (director), W. D. Richter (screenplay), Jack Finney (original novel) Solofilm/United Artists
Lord of the Rings !The Lord of the Rings Ralph Bakshi (director), Peter S. Beagle (screenplay), Chris Conkling (screenplay), J. R. R. Tolkien (original novels) Fantasy Films
Watership Down Martin Rosen (director, screenplay), Richard Adams (original novel) Nepenthe Productions
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy !The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Douglas Adams (script), Geoffrey Perkins (producer) BBC Radio 4
19801 !1980 Alien* Ridley Scott (director), Dan O'Bannon (screenplay, story), Ronald Shusett (story) 20th Century Fox
Black Hole !The Black Hole Gary Nelson (director), Jeb Rosebrook (screenplay, story), Gerry Day (screenplay), Bob Barbash (story), Richard H. Landau (story) The Walt Disney Company
Muppet Movie !The Muppet Movie James Frawley (director), Jack Burns (screenplay), Jerry Juhl (screenplay) The Jim Henson Company/ITC Entertainment
Star Trek: The Motion Picture Robert Wise (director), Harold Livingstonn (screenplay), Alan Dean Foster (story), Gene Roddenberry (story) Century/Paramount Pictures
Time After Time Nicholas Meyer (director, screenplay), Karl Alexander (story, original novel), Steve Hayes (story) Warner Bros.
19811 !1981 Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back* Irvin Kershner (director), Leigh Bracket (screenplay), Lawrence Kasdan (screenplay), George Lucas (story) Lucasfilm
Cosmos: A Personal Voyage Carl Sagan (director, screenplay), Ann Druyan (director, screenplay) KCET/Public Broadcasting Service
Flash Gordon Mike Hodges (director), Lorenzo Semple, Jr. (screenplay), Michael Allin (adaptation), Alex Raymond (original comic strip) 20th Century Fox/De Laurentiis
Lathe of Heaven !The Lathe of Heaven Fred Barzyk (director), David R. Loxton (director), Diane English (screenplay), Roger Swaybill (screenplay), Ursula K. Le Guin (original novel) WNET/Public Broadcasting Service
Martian Chronicles !The Martian Chronicles Michael Anderson (director), Richard Matheson (screenplay), Ray Bradbury (original stories) BBC/NBC
19821 !1982 Raiders of the Lost Ark* Steven Spielberg (director), Lawrence Kasdan (screenplay), George Lucas (story), Philip Kaufman (story) Lucasfilm
Dragonslayer Matthew Robbins (director, screenplay), Hal Barwood (screenplay) Paramount Pictures/The Walt Disney Company
Excalibur John Boorman (director, screenplay), Rospo Pallenberg (screenplay, adaptation), Thomas Malory (original novel) Warner Bros.
Outland Peter Hyams (director, screenplay) Outland/The Ladd Company
Time Bandits Terry Gilliam (director, screenplay), Michael Palin (screenplay) HandMade Films
19831 !1983 Blade Runner* Ridley Scott (director), Hampton Fancher (screenplay), David Peoples (screenplay), Philip K. Dick (original novel) Blade Runner Partnership
Dark Crystal !The Dark Crystal Jim Henson (director, story), Frank Oz (director), Gary Kurtz (director), David Odell (screenplay) The Jim Henson Company/ITC Entertainment/Universal Studios
E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial Steven Spielberg (director), Melissa Mathison (screenplay) Amblin Entertainment/Universal Studios
Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior George Miller (director, screenplay), Terry Hayes (screenplay), Brian Hannant (screenplay) Kennedy Miller/Warner Bros.
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan Nicholas Meyer (director, screenplay), Jack B. Sowards (screenplay, story), Harve Bennett (story), Samuel A. Peeples (story) Paramount Pictures
19841 !1984 Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi* Richard Marquand (director), Lawrence Kasdan (screenplay), George Lucas (screenplay, story) Lucasfilm
Brainstorm Douglas Trumbull (director), Philip Frank Messina (screenplay), Robert Stitzel (screenplay), Bruce Joel Rubin (story) Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Right Stuff !The Right Stuff Philip Kaufmann (director, screenplay), Tom Wolfe (original novel) The Ladd Company
Something Wicked This Way Comes Jack Clayton (director), Ray Bradbury (screenplay, original novel) Bryna/The Walt Disney Company
WarGames John Badham (director), Lawrence Lasker (screenplay), Walter F. Parkes (screenplay) Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
19851 !1985 2010* Peter Hyams (director, screenplay), Arthur C. Clarke (original novel) Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Dune David Lynch (director, screenplay), Frank Herbert (original novel) De Laurentiis/Universal Studios
Ghostbusters Ivan Reitman (director), Dan Aykroyd (screenplay), Harold Ramis (screenplay) Black Rhino/Columbia Pictures
Last Starfighter !The Last Starfighter Nick Castle (director), Jonathan R. Betuel (screenplay) Lorimar Productions/Universal Studios
Star Trek III: The Search for Spock Leonard Nimoy (director), Harve Bennett (screenplay) Cinema Group/Paramount Pictures
19861 !1986 Back to the Future Part I !Back to the Future* Robert Zemeckis (director, screenplay), Bob Gale (screenplay) Amblin Entertainment/Universal Studios
Brazil Terry Gilliam (director, screenplay), Charles McKeown (screenplay), Tom Stoppard (screenplay) Embassy/Universal Studios
Cocoon Ron Howard (director), Tom Benedek (screenplay), David Saperstein (original novel) 20th Century Fox/Zanuck/Brown
Enemy Mine Wolfgang Petersen (director), Edward Khmara (screenplay), Barry B. Longyear (original story) 20th Century Fox/King's Road
Ladyhawke Richard Donner (director), Edward Khmara (screenplay, story), Michael Thomas (screenplay), Tom Mankiewicz (screenplay), David Peoples (screenplay) 20th Century Fox/Warner Bros.
19871 !1987 Aliens* James Cameron (director, screenplay, story), David Giler (story), Walter Hill (story) 20th Century Fox
Fly !The Fly David Cronenberg (director, screenplay), Charles Edward Pogue (screenplay), George Langelaan (story) Brooksfilms/20th Century Fox
Labyrinth Jim Henson (director, story), Terry Jones (screenplay), Dennis Lee (story) Delphi/The Jim Henson Company/Lucasfilm/TriStar Pictures
Little Shop of Horrors Frank Oz (director), Howard Ashman (screenplay), Charles B. Griffith (original story) The Geffen Film Company
Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home Leonard Nimoy (director, story), Harve Bennett (screenplay, story), Steve Meerson (screenplay), Peter Krikes (screenplay), Nicholas Meyer (screenplay) Paramount Pictures
19881 !1988 Princess Bride !The Princess Bride* Rob Reiner (director), William Goldman (screenplay, original novel) Act III/20th Century Fox
Predator John McTiernan (director), Jim Thomas (screenplay), John Thomas (screenplay) 20th Century Fox
RoboCop Paul Verhoeven (director), Michael Miner (screenplay), Edward Neumeier (screenplay) Orion Pictures
Star Trek: The Next Generation: "Encounter at Farpoint" Corey Allen (director), D. C. Fontana (screenplay), Gene Roddenberry (screenplay) Paramount Pictures
Witches of Eastwick !The Witches of Eastwick George Miller (director), Michael Cristofer (screenplay), John Updike (original novel) Guber-Peters/Kennedy Miller/Warner Bros.
19891 !1989 Who Framed Roger Rabbit* Robert Zemeckis (director), Jeffrey Price (screenplay), Peter S. Seaman (screenplay), Gary K. Wolf (original novel) Amblin Entertainment/Touchstone Pictures
Alien Nation Graham Baker (director), Rockne S. O'Bannon (screenplay) 20th Century Fox
Beetlejuice Tim Burton (director, story), Michael McDowell (screenplay, story), Warren Skaaren (screenplay), Larry Wilson (story) Geffen/Warner Bros.
Big Penny Marshall (director), Gary Ross (screenplay), Anne Spielberg (screenplay) 20th Century Fox
Willow Ron Howard (director), Bob Dolman (screenplay), George Lucas (story) Imagine/Lucasfilm/Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
19901 !1990 Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade* Steven Spielberg (director), Jeffrey Boam (screenplay), George Lucas (story), Menno Meyjes (story) Lucasfilm/Paramount Pictures
Abyss !The Abyss James Cameron (director, screenplay) 20th Century Fox/Lightstorm/Pacific Western
Adventures of Baron Munchausen !The Adventures of Baron Munchausen Terry Gilliam (director, screenplay), Charles McKeown (screenplay), Rudolf Erich Raspe (original stories), Gottfried August Bürger (original stories) Allied Artists International/Columbia Pictures/Laura/Prominent
Batman Tim Burton (director), Sam Hamm (screenplay, story), Warren Skaaren (screenplay), Bob Kane (original characters) Guber-Peters/PolyGram/Warner Bros.
Field of Dreams Phil Alden Robinson (director, screenplay), W. P. Kinsella (original novel) Gordon/Universal Studios
19911 !1991 Edward Scissorhands* Tim Burton (director, story), Caroline Thompson (screenplay, story) 20th Century Fox
Back to the Future Part III Robert Zemeckis (director, story), Bob Gale (screenplay, story) Amblin Entertainment/Universal Studios
Ghost Jerry Zucker (director), Bruce Joel Rubin (screenplay) Paramount Pictures
Total Recall Paul 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
Witches !The Witches Nicolas Roeg (director), Allan Scott (screenplay), Roald Dahl (original novel) The Jim Henson Company/Lorimar Productions
19921 !1992 Terminator 2: Judgment Day* James Cameron (director, screenplay), William Wisher, Jr. (screenplay) Carolco Pictures/Lightstorm/Pacific Western
Addams Family !The Addams Family Barry Sonnenfeld (director), Caroline Thompson (screenplay), Larry Wilson (screenplay), Charles Addams (original characters) Orion Pictures/Paramount Pictures
Beauty and the Beast Gary Trousdale (director), Kirk Wise (director), Linda Woolverton (screenplay) Silver Screen Partners/The Walt Disney Company
Rocketeer !The Rocketeer Joe Johnston (director), Danny Bilson (screenplay, story), Paul De Meo (screenplay, story), William Dear (story), Dave Stevens (original comic book Gordon/Silver Screen Partners/Touchstone Pictures/The Walt Disney Company
Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country Nicholas Meyer (director, screenplay), Denny Martin Flinn (screenplay), Leonard Nimoy (story), Lawrence Konner (story), Mark Rosenthal (story) Paramount Pictures
19931 !1993 Star Trek: The Next Generation: "Inner Light" !Star Trek: The Next Generation: "The Inner Light"* Peter Lauritson (director), Peter Allan Fields (screenplay), Morgan Gendel (screenplay, story) Paramount Pictures
Aladdin Ron Clements (director, screenplay), John Musker (director, screenplay), Ted Elliott (screenplay), Terry Rossio (screenplay) The Walt Disney Company
Alien 3 David Fincher (director), David Giler (screenplay), Walter Hill (screenplay), Larry Ferguson (screenplay), Vincent Ward (story) 20th Century Fox/Brandywine
Batman Returns Tim Burton (director), Daniel Waters (screenplay, story), Sam Hamm (story), Bob Kane (original characters) PolyGram/Warner Bros.
Bram Stoker's Dracula Francis Ford Coppola (director), James V. Hart (screenplay), Bram Stoker (original novel) American Zoetrope/Columbia Pictures
19941 !1994 Jurassic Park* Steven Spielberg (director), David Koepp (screenplay), Michael Crichton (screenplay, original novel) Universal Studios/Amblin Entertainment
Addams Family Values Barry Sonnenfeld (director), Paul Rudnick (screenplay), Charles Addams (original characters) Orion Pictures/Paramount Pictures
Babylon 5: "Gathering" !Babylon 5: "The Gathering" Richard Compton (director), J. Michael Straczynski (screenplay) Babylonian Productions
Groundhog Day Harold Ramis (director, screenplay), Danny Rubin (screenplay, story) Columbia Pictures
Nightmare Before Christmas !The Nightmare Before Christmas Henry Selick (director), Caroline Thompson (screenplay), Michael McDowell (adaptation), Tim Burton (story) Skellington Productions/Touchstone Pictures
19951 !1995 Star Trek: The Next Generation: "All Good Things..."* Winrich Kolbe (director), Ronald D. Moore (screenplay), Brannon Braga (screenplay) Paramount Pictures
Interview with the Vampire Neil Jordan (director), Anne Rice (screenplay, original novel) The Geffen Film Company
Mask !The Mask Chuck Russell (director), Mike Werb (screenplay), Michael Fallon (story), Mark Verheiden (story) Dark Horse Entertainment/New Line Cinema
Stargate Roland Emmerich (director, screenplay), Dean Devlin (screenplay) Carolco Pictures/Centropolis
Star Trek Generations David Carson (director), Ronald D. Moore (screenplay, story), Brannon Braga (screenplay, story), Rick Berman (story) Paramount Pictures
19961 !1996 Babylon 5: "Coming of Shadows" !Babylon 5: "The Coming of Shadows"* Janet Greek (director), J. Michael Straczynski (screenplay) Babylonian Productions
Apollo 13 Ron Howard (director), William Broyles, Jr. (screenplay), Al Reinert (screenplay), Jim Lovell (original novel), Jeffrey Kluger (original novel) Imagine Entertainment/Universal Studios
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: "Visitor" !Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: "The Visitor" David Livingston (director), Michael Taylor (screenplay) Paramount Pictures
Toy Story John 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
12 Monkeys Terry Gilliam (director), David Peoples (screenplay), Janet Peoples (screenplay), Chris Marker (original film) Atlas/Universal Studios
19971 !1997 Babylon 5: "Severed Dreams"* David J. Eagle (director), J. Michael Straczynski (screenplay) Babylonian Productions
Independence Day Roland Emmerich (director, screenplay), Dean Devlin (screenplay) 20th Century Fox/Centropolis
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.
Star Trek: First Contact Jonathan Frakes (director), Ronald D. Moore (screenplay, story), Brannon Braga (screenplay, story), Rick Berman (story) Paramount Pictures
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
19981 !1998 Contact* Robert Zemeckis (director), James V. Hart (screenplay), Michael Goldenberg (screenplay), Carl Sagan (story, original novel), Ann Druyan (story) SouthSide Amusement/Warner Bros.
Fifth Element !The Fifth Element Luc Besson (director, screenplay, story), Robert Mark Kamen (screenplay) Gaumont Film Company/Columbia Pictures
Gattaca Andrew Niccol (director, screenplay) Columbia Pictures/Jersey
Men in Black Barry Sonnenfeld (director), Ed Solomon (screenplay, story), Lowell Cunningham (original comic) Amblin Entertainment/Columbia Pictures/McDonald/Parkes
Starship Troopers Paul Verhoeven (director), Edward Neumeier (screenplay), Robert A. Heinlein (original novel) Touchstone Pictures/TriStar Pictures
19991 !1999 Truman Show !The Truman Show* Peter Weir (director), Andrew Niccol (screenplay) Paramount Pictures
Babylon 5: "Sleeping in Light" J. Michael Straczynski (director, screenplay) Babylonian Productions
Dark City Alex Proyas (director, screenplay, story), Lem Dobbs (screenplay), David S. Goyer (screenplay) New Line Cinema
Pleasantville Gary Ross (director, screenplay) New Line Cinema
Star Trek: Insurrection Jonathan Frakes (director), Michael Piller (screenplay, story), Rick Berman (story) Paramount Pictures
20001 !2000 Galaxy Quest* Dean Parisot (director), David Howard (screenplay, story), Robert Gordon (screenplay) DreamWorks
Being John Malkovich Spike Jonze (director), Charlie Kaufman (screenplay) Gramercy Pictures/Propaganda Films/Single Cell
Iron Giant !The Iron Giant Brad Bird (director, story), Tim McCanlies (screenplay), Ted Hughes (original novel) Warner Bros.
Matrix !The Matrix Andy Wachowski (director, screenplay), Larry Wachowski (director, screenplay) Silver Pictures
Sixth Sense !The Sixth Sense M. Night Shyamalan (director, screenplay) Hollywood Pictures/Spyglass Entertainment/Kennedy/Marshall
20011 !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
Chicken Run Peter Lord (director, story), Nick Park (director, story), Kary Kirkpatrick (screenplay), Randy Cartwright (story) Aardman Animations/Allied Artists International/DreamWorks
Frank Herbert's Dune John Harrison (director, screenplay), Frank Herbert (original novel) New Amsterdam
Frequency Gregory Hoblit (director), Toby Emmerich (screenplay) New Line Cinema
X-Men Bryan Singer (director, story), David Hayter (screenplay), Tom DeSanto (story) 20th Century Fox/Marvel Studios
20021 !2002 Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring !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
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone Chris Columbus (director), Steve Kloves (screenplay) 1492 Pictures/Heyday Films/Warner Bros.
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
Buffy the Vampire Slayer: "Once More, with Feeling" Joss Whedon (director, screenplay) Fox Television Studios/Mutant Enemy Productions
Shrek Andrew 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

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