Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Directing – Miniseries or TV Film

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Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Directing – Miniseries or TV Film
Awarded forOutstanding Directorial Achievement in Miniseries or Movies for Television
CountryUnited States
Presented byDirectors Guild of America
First awarded1971
Currently held byJean-Marc Vallée for Big Little Lies (2017)

The Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Miniseries or Movies for Television is one of the annual Directors Guild of America Awards given by the Directors Guild of America. It was first awarded at the 24th Directors Guild of America Awards in 1972.

Winners and nominees[edit]

1970s[edit]

Year Winners and nominees Program Network Ref.
1971
(24th)
Buzz Kulik Brian's Song ABC [1]
Fielder Cook The Price NBC
Delbert Mann Jane Eyre
1972
(25th)
Lamont Johnson That Certain Summer ABC [2]
Paul Bogart The House Without a Christmas Tree CBS
Tom Gries The Glass House
1973
(26th)
Joseph Sargent The Marcus-Nelson Murders CBS [3]
Robert Butler The Blue Knight NBC
Anthony Harvey The Glass Menagerie ABC
1974
(27th)
John Korty The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman CBS [4]
Tom Gries QB VII ABC
Lamont Johnson The Execution of Private Slovik NBC
1975
(28th)
Sam O'Steen Queen of the Stardust Ballroom CBS [5]
Lamont Johnson Fear on Trial CBS
Buzz Kulik Babe

1980s[edit]

Year Winners and nominees Program Network Ref.
1982
(35th)
Marvin J. Chomsky Inside the Third Reich ABC [6]
Jack Hofsiss The Elephant Man ABC
Delbert Mann The Member of the Wedding NBC
1983
(36th)
Edward Zwick Special Bulletin NBC [7]
Daryl Duke The Thorn Birds ABC
John Erman Who Will Love My Children?
1984
(37th)
Daniel Petrie The Dollmaker ABC [8]
Robert Greenwald The Burning Bed NBC
Randa Haines Something About Amelia ABC
1985
(38th)
John Erman An Early Frost NBC [9]
Jeff Bleckner Do You Remember Love CBS
Lamont Johnson Wallenberg: A Hero's Story NBC
1986
(39th)
Lee Grant Nobody's Child CBS [10]
Gregory Hoblit L.A. Law (Episode: "Pilot") NBC
George Schaefer Mrs. Delafield Wants to Marry CBS
1987
(40th)
Jud Taylor Foxfire CBS [11]
Paul Bogart Nutcracker: Money, Madness and Murder NBC
Marvin J. Chomsky Billionaire Boys Club
1988
(41st)
Lamont Johnson Lincoln NBC [12]
Dan Curtis War and Remembrance ABC
Rod Holcomb China Beach (Episode: "Pilot")
1989
(42nd)
Dan Curtis War and Remembrance ABC [13]
Daniel Petrie My Name Is Bill W. CBS
Simon Wincer Lonesome Dove

1990s[edit]

Year Winners and nominees Program Network Ref.
1990
(43rd)
Roger Young Murder in Mississippi NBC [14]
Gilbert Cates Call Me Anna ABC
Peter Werner Hiroshima: Out of the Ashes NBC
1991
(44th)
Stephen Gyllenhaal Paris Trout Showtime [15]
Joshua Brand I'll Fly Away (Episode: "Pilot") NBC
Brian Gibson The Josephine Baker Story HBO
1992
(45th)
Ron Lagomarsino Picket Fences (Episode: "Pilot") CBS [16]
Frank Pierson Citizen Cohn HBO
Joseph Sargent Miss Rose White NBC
1993
(46th)
Michael Ritchie The Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader-Murdering Mom HBO [17]
Emile Ardolino Gypsy CBS
Robert Butler Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (Episode: "Pilot") ABC
Ian Sander I'll Fly Away: Then and Now PBS
Roger Spottiswoode And the Band Played On HBO
1994
(47th)
Rod Holcomb ER (Episode: "24 Hours") NBC [18]
John Dahl The Last Seduction HBO
John Frankenheimer Against the Wall
Joseph Sargent World War II: When Lions Roared NBC
Betty Thomas My Breast CBS
1995
(48th)
Mick Jackson Indictment: The McMartin Trial HBO [19]
Robert Markowitz The Tuskegee Airmen HBO
Daniel Petrie Kissinger and Nixon TNT
Frank Pierson Truman HBO
Peter Werner Almost Golden: The Jessica Savitch Story Lifetime
1996
(49th)
Betty Thomas The Late Shift HBO [20]
Uli Edel Rasputin: Dark Servant of Destiny HBO
John Frankenheimer Andersonville TNT
Robert Harmon Gotti HBO
Anjelica Huston Bastard out of Carolina Showtime
1997
(50th)
John Herzfeld Don King: Only in America HBO [21]
John Frankenheimer George Wallace TNT
William Friedkin 12 Angry Men Showtime
Charles Haid Buffalo Soldiers TNT
Joseph Sargent Miss Evers' Boys HBO
1998
(51st)
Michael Cristofer Gia HBO [22]
Allan Arkush The Temptations NBC
Steve Barron Merlin
Rob Cohen The Rat Pack HBO
Jon Turteltaub From the Earth to the Moon (Episode: "That's All There Is")
1999
(52nd)
Mick Jackson Tuesdays with Morrie ABC [23]
Martyn Burke Pirates of Silicon Valley TNT
Martha Coolidge Introducing Dorothy Dandridge HBO
Daniel Petrie Inherit the Wind Showtime
Joseph Sargent A Lesson Before Dying HBO

2000s[edit]

Year Winners and nominees Program Network Ref.
2000
(53rd)
Jeff Bleckner The Beach Boys: An American Family ABC [24]
Kirk Browning Death of a Salesman Showtime
Martha Coolidge If These Walls Could Talk 2 (Segment: "1972") HBO
Stephen Frears and Martin Pasetta Fail Safe CBS
Joseph Sargent For Love or Country: The Arturo Sandoval Story HBO
2001
(54th)
Frank Pierson Conspiracy HBO [25]
Robert Allan Ackerman Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows ABC
Jon Avnet Uprising NBC
Billy Crystal 61* HBO
Mark Rydell James Dean TNT
2002
(55th)
Mick Jackson Live from Baghdad HBO [26]
Julie Dash The Rosa Parks Story CBS
Howard Deutch Gleason
John Frankenheimer Path to War HBO
Richard Loncraine The Gathering Storm
2003
(56th)
Mike Nichols Angels in America HBO [27]
Jane Anderson Normal HBO
Jeff Bleckner The Music Man ABC
Rod Holcomb The Pentagon Papers FX
Richard Loncraine My House in Umbria HBO
2004
(57th)
Joseph Sargent Something the Lord Made HBO [28]
Robert Altman Tanner on Tanner Sundance Channel
Stephen Hopkins The Life and Death of Peter Sellers HBO
Lloyd Kramer The Five People You Meet in Heaven ABC
Christopher Reeve The Brooke Ellison Story A&E
2005
(58th)
Joseph Sargent Warm Springs HBO [29]
George C. Wolfe Lackawanna Blues
Darnell Martin Oprah Winfrey Presents: Their Eyes Were Watching God ABC
James Steven Sadwith Elvis CBS
Fred Schepisi Empire Falls HBO
2006
(59th)
Walter Hill Broken Trail AMC [30]
Charles S. Dutton Sleeper Cell: American Terror Showtime
Randa Haines The Ron Clark Story TNT
Peter Markle Flight 93 A&E
Edward James Olmos Walkout HBO
2007
(60th)
Yves Simoneau Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee HBO [31]
Jon Avnet The Starter Wife USA
Jeremiah Chechik The Bronx Is Burning ESPN
Lloyd Kramer Oprah Winfrey Presents: Mitch Albom's For One More Day ABC
Mikael Salomon The Company TNT
2008
(61st)
Jay Roach Recount HBO [32]
Bob Balaban Bernard and Doris HBO
Tom Hooper John Adams
Kenny Leon A Raisin in the Sun ABC
Mikael Salomon The Andromeda Strain A&E
2009
(62nd)
Ross Katz Taking Chance HBO [33]
Bob Balaban Georgia O'Keeffe Lifetime
Thomas Carter Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story TNT
John Kent Harrison The Courageous Heart of Irena Sendler CBS
Michael Sucsy Grey Gardens HBO

2010s[edit]

Year Winners and nominees Program Network Ref.
2010
(63rd)
Mick Jackson Temple Grandin HBO [34]
Barry Levinson You Don't Know Jack HBO
David Nutter and Jeremy Podeswa The Pacific (Episode: "Basilone")
Jeremy Podeswa The Pacific (Episode: "Home")
Tim Van Patten The Pacific (Episode: "Okinawa")
2011
(64th)
Jon Cassar The Kennedys Reelz [35]
Jennifer Aniston, Patty Jenkins, Alicia Keys, Demi Moore, and Penelope Spheeris Five Lifetime
Jeff Bleckner Beyond the Blackboard CBS
Stephen Gyllenhaal Girl Fight Lifetime
Michael Stevens Thurgood HBO
2012
(65th)
Jay Roach Game Change HBO [36]
Greg Berlanti Political Animals (Episode: "Pilot") USA
Philip Kaufman Hemingway & Gellhorn HBO
Kevin Reynolds Hatfields & McCoys History
Michael Rymer American Horror Story: Asylum (Episode: "Dark Cousin") FX
2013
(66th)
Steven Soderbergh Behind the Candelabra HBO [37]
Stephen Frears Muhammad Ali's Greatest Fight HBO
David Mamet Phil Spector
Beth McCarthy-Miller and Rob Ashford The Sound of Music Live! NBC
Nelson McCormick Killing Kennedy Nat Geo
2014
(67th)
Lisa Cholodenko Olive Kitteridge HBO [38]
Rob Ashford and Glenn Weiss Peter Pan Live! NBC
Uli Edel Houdini History
Ryan Murphy The Normal Heart HBO
Michael Wilson The Trip to Bountiful Lifetime
2015
(68th)
Dee Rees Bessie HBO [39]
Angela Bassett Whitney Lifetime
Laurie Collyer The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe
Paul Haggis Show Me a Hero HBO
Kenny Leon and Matthew Diamond The Wiz Live! NBC
2016
(69th)
Steven Zaillian The Night Of (Episode: "The Beach") HBO [40]
Raymond De Felitta Madoff ABC
Thomas Kail and Alec Rudzinski Grease: Live Fox
Kenny Leon and Alec Rudzinski Hairspray Live! NBC
Jay Roach All the Way HBO
2017
(70th)
Jean-Marc Vallée Big Little Lies HBO [41]
Scott Frank Godless Netflix
Barry Levinson The Wizard of Lies HBO
Kyra Sedgwick Story of a Girl Lifetime
George C. Wolfe The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks HBO

Multiple wins and nominations[edit]

Total awards by network[edit]

  • HBO – 21
  • ABC – 7
  • CBS – 6
  • NBC – 5
  • AMC – 1
  • Reelz – 1
  • Showtime – 1

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  38. ^ "67th Annual DGA Awards". Directors Guild of America. Retrieved September 10, 2018.
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