2019 Ursa Major Awards

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The 2019 Ursa Major Awards marked the first time in the award's history that the presentation was not done at a convention.[1] The COVID-19 global pandemic necessitated an online presentation[2] as the normal convention venues were not available. There was also no Non-Fiction Work or Fursuit winners as both categories failed to receive enough qualifying nominations.

List of Winners, and nominees by category[3][edit]

See also: List of Ursa Major Awards winners#2019

Best Anthropomorphic Motion Picture[edit]

  • Winner: Pokemon: Detective Pikachu, (Directed by Rob Letterman)
  • Runners up:
    • Avengers: Endgame (Directed by Anthony Russo and Joe Russo)
    • Toy Story 4 (Directed by Josh Cooley)
    • Frozen 2 (Directed by Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck)
    • Rocko's Modern Life: Static Cling (Directed by Joe Murray and Cosmo Serguson)

Best Dramatic or Short Work[edit]

  • Winner: Beastars (Directed by Shinichi Matsumi)(Japan)
  • Runners Up:
    • Aggretsuko, Season 2 (Directed by Rarecho)
    • My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, Season 9 (Directed by Denny Lu, Mike Myhre, and Gillian Comerford)
    • Mao Mao: Heroes of Pure Heart (Written and Storyboarded by Phil Ahn, Allison Craig, Nathanael H. Jones, Griffith Kimmins, Alexandria Kwan, Nora Meek, Michael Moloney, Emily Oetzell, Parker Simmons, and Chris Ybarra)
    • Amphibia (Directed by Bert Youn and Derek Kirk Kim)

Best Novel[edit]

Best Short Fiction[edit]

Best Other Literary Work[edit]

Best Graphic Story[edit]

Best Comic Strip[edit]

Best Magazine[edit]

Best Published Illustration[edit]

Best Game[edit]

Best Website[edit]


  1. "Due to the current COVID-19 crisis..."on the Ursa Major Award Twitter page. Retrieved 3 July, 2020
  2. "The Results of the 2019 Ursa Major Awards are now live!" on the Ursa Major Award Twitter page. Retrieved, 3 July, 2020
  3. Voting results. Updated May 22, 2021

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