1996 Best Dramatic Presentation Hugo

The 1996 Best Dramatic Presentation Hugo was presented September 1 at LACon III.

  1. Babylon 5 - "The Coming of Shadows" (1995) [Babylonian Productions] Written by J. Michael Straczynski; Directed by Janet Greek
  2. Apollo 13 (1995) [Imagine/Universal] Screenplay by William Broyles Jr. & Al Reinert; Directed by Ron Howard; based on the book Lost Moon by Jim Lovell & Jeffrey Kluger
  3. Twelve Monkeys (1995) [Atlas/Universal] Screenplay by David Webb Peoples & Janet Peoples; Directed by Terry Gilliam; based on the film La Jetee by Chris Marker
  4. Toy Story (1995) [Disney/Pixar Animation] Screenplay by Joss Whedon and Andrew Stanton and Joel Cohen and Alec Sokolow; Story by John Lasseter and Peter Docter and Andrew Stanton and Joe Ranft; Directed by John Lasseter
  5. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - "The Visitor" (1995) [Paramount] Written by Michael Taylor; Directed by David Livingston

The following works received enough votes on the nomination ballot to secure a place on the final ballot, but the nominations were declined:

  • Babylon 5 - "The Fall of Night" (1995) [Babylonian Productions] Written by J. Michael Straczynski; Directed by Janet Greek
  • Babylon 5 - "The Long Twilight Struggle" (1995) [Babylonian Productions] Written by J. Michael Straczynski; Directed by John Flinn

See also: Hugo Awards, 1996 Hugo Results, 1995 Best Dramatic Presentation Hugo, 1997 Best Dramatic Presentation Hugo.