The Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers Association (SFWA) has announced the 2022 Nebula award nominees. The nominees for the Ray Bradbury Nebula Award for Outstanding Dramatic Presentation are:
1. Andor: “One Way Out”, Beau Willimon, Tony Gilroy (Lucasfilm, Disney+)
2. Everything Everywhere All at Once, Dan Kwan, Daniel Scheinert (A24, AGBO, IAC Films)
3. Nope, Jordan Peele (Universal Pictures)
4. Our Flag Means Death, David Jenkins, Eliza Jiménez Cossio, Zadry Ferrer-Geddes, William Meny, Maddie Dai, Alyssa Lane, John Mahone, Simone Nathan, Natalie Torres, Zackery Alexzander Stephens, Alex J. Sherman, Jes Tom, Adam Stein, Yvonne Zima (Dive, HBO Max)
5. The Sandman: Season 1, Neil Gaiman, Lauren Bello, Vanessa Benton, Mike Dringenberg, Sam Kieth, Catherine Smyth-McMullen, Heather Bellson, Jim Campolongo, Jay Franklin, Austin Guzman, Alexander Newman-Wise, Ameni Rozsa, David Goyer, Allan Heinberg (DC Entertainment, Netflix)
6. Severance, Dan Erickson, Chris Black, Andrew Colville, Amanda Overton, Anna Ouyang Moench, Helen Leigh, Kari Drake, and Mark Friedman. (Endeavor Content, Red Hour Films, Apple TV+)
For more information about all of the nominations, click on the link below:
Is juvenile fiction ever considered?
Over the past weekend, this year's winner of the Ray Bradbury Nebula Award for Outstanding Dramatic Presentation was announced. The winner: the film EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE (which also was a huge winner at this year's Academy Awards).
If anyone would like to watch this year's Nebula Awards, the presentations can be accessed by clicking on the link below. And this year's winner of the Grand Master Award, Robin McKinley, expresses her admiration for Ray Bradbury (among others) at around the 27:15 mark.
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