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

The Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Movies for Television and Limited Series 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. The award was previously named the Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Miniseries or Movies for Television.

Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Directing – Miniseries or TV Film
Awarded forOutstanding Directorial Achievement in Movies for Television and Limited Series
CountryUnited States
Presented byDirectors Guild of America
First awarded1971
Currently held byBen Stiller for Escape at Dannemora (2018)

Winners and nominees

1970s

Year Winners and nominees Program Network Ref.
1971
(24th)
Buzz KulikBrian's SongABC [1]
Fielder CookThe PriceNBC
Delbert MannJane Eyre
1972
(25th)
Lamont JohnsonThat Certain SummerABC [2]
Paul BogartThe House Without a Christmas TreeCBS
Tom GriesThe Glass House
1973
(26th)
Joseph SargentThe Marcus-Nelson MurdersCBS [3]
Robert ButlerThe Blue KnightNBC
Anthony HarveyThe Glass MenagerieABC
1974
(27th)
John KortyThe Autobiography of Miss Jane PittmanCBS [4]
Tom GriesQB VIIABC
Lamont JohnsonThe Execution of Private SlovikNBC
1975
(28th)
Sam O'SteenQueen of the Stardust BallroomCBS [5]
Lamont JohnsonFear on TrialCBS
Buzz KulikBabe

1980s

Year Winners and nominees Program Network Ref.
1982
(35th)
Marvin J. ChomskyInside the Third ReichABC [6]
Jack HofsissThe Elephant ManABC
Delbert MannThe Member of the WeddingNBC
1983
(36th)
Edward ZwickSpecial BulletinNBC [7]
Daryl DukeThe Thorn BirdsABC
John ErmanWho Will Love My Children?
1984
(37th)
Daniel PetrieThe DollmakerABC [8]
Robert GreenwaldThe Burning BedNBC
Randa HainesSomething About AmeliaABC
1985
(38th)
John ErmanAn Early FrostNBC [9]
Jeff BlecknerDo You Remember LoveCBS
Lamont JohnsonWallenberg: A Hero's StoryNBC
1986
(39th)
Lee GrantNobody's ChildCBS [10]
Gregory HoblitL.A. Law (Episode: "Pilot")NBC
George SchaeferMrs. Delafield Wants to MarryCBS
1987
(40th)
Jud TaylorFoxfireCBS [11]
Paul BogartNutcracker: Money, Madness and MurderNBC
Marvin J. ChomskyBillionaire Boys Club
1988
(41st)
Lamont JohnsonLincolnNBC [12]
Dan CurtisWar and RemembranceABC
Rod HolcombChina Beach (Episode: "Pilot")
1989
(42nd)
Dan CurtisWar and RemembranceABC [13]
Daniel PetrieMy Name Is Bill W.CBS
Simon WincerLonesome Dove

1990s

Year Winners and nominees Program Network Ref.
1990
(43rd)
Roger YoungMurder in MississippiNBC [14]
Gilbert CatesCall Me AnnaABC
Peter WernerHiroshima: Out of the AshesNBC
1991
(44th)
Stephen GyllenhaalParis TroutShowtime [15]
Joshua BrandI'll Fly Away (Episode: "Pilot")NBC
Brian GibsonThe Josephine Baker StoryHBO
1992
(45th)
Ron LagomarsinoPicket Fences (Episode: "Pilot")CBS [16]
Frank PiersonCitizen CohnHBO
Joseph SargentMiss Rose WhiteNBC
1993
(46th)
Michael RitchieThe Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader-Murdering MomHBO [17]
Emile ArdolinoGypsyCBS
Robert ButlerLois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (Episode: "Pilot")ABC
Ian SanderI'll Fly Away: Then and NowPBS
Roger SpottiswoodeAnd the Band Played OnHBO
1994
(47th)
Rod HolcombER (Episode: "24 Hours")NBC [18]
John DahlThe Last SeductionHBO
John FrankenheimerAgainst the Wall
Joseph SargentWorld War II: When Lions RoaredNBC
Betty ThomasMy BreastCBS
1995
(48th)
Mick JacksonIndictment: The McMartin TrialHBO [19]
Robert MarkowitzThe Tuskegee AirmenHBO
Daniel PetrieKissinger and NixonTNT
Frank PiersonTrumanHBO
Peter WernerAlmost Golden: The Jessica Savitch StoryLifetime
1996
(49th)
Betty ThomasThe Late ShiftHBO [20]
Uli EdelRasputin: Dark Servant of DestinyHBO
John FrankenheimerAndersonvilleTNT
Robert HarmonGottiHBO
Anjelica HustonBastard out of CarolinaShowtime
1997
(50th)
John HerzfeldDon King: Only in AmericaHBO [21]
John FrankenheimerGeorge WallaceTNT
William Friedkin12 Angry MenShowtime
Charles HaidBuffalo SoldiersTNT
Joseph SargentMiss Evers' BoysHBO
1998
(51st)
Michael CristoferGiaHBO [22]
Allan ArkushThe TemptationsNBC
Steve BarronMerlin
Rob CohenThe Rat PackHBO
Jon TurteltaubFrom the Earth to the Moon (Episode: "That's All There Is")
1999
(52nd)
Mick JacksonTuesdays with MorrieABC [23]
Martyn BurkePirates of Silicon ValleyTNT
Martha CoolidgeIntroducing Dorothy DandridgeHBO
Daniel PetrieInherit the WindShowtime
Joseph SargentA Lesson Before DyingHBO

2000s

Year Winners and nominees Program Network Ref.
2000
(53rd)
Jeff BlecknerThe Beach Boys: An American FamilyABC [24]
Kirk BrowningDeath of a SalesmanShowtime
Martha CoolidgeIf These Walls Could Talk 2 (Segment: "1972")HBO
Stephen Frears and Martin PasettaFail SafeCBS
Joseph SargentFor Love or Country: The Arturo Sandoval StoryHBO
2001
(54th)
Frank PiersonConspiracyHBO [25]
Robert Allan AckermanLife with Judy Garland: Me and My ShadowsABC
Jon AvnetUprisingNBC
Billy Crystal61*HBO
Mark RydellJames DeanTNT
2002
(55th)
Mick JacksonLive from BaghdadHBO [26]
Julie DashThe Rosa Parks StoryCBS
Howard DeutchGleason
John FrankenheimerPath to WarHBO
Richard LoncraineThe Gathering Storm
2003
(56th)
Mike NicholsAngels in AmericaHBO [27]
Jane AndersonNormalHBO
Jeff BlecknerThe Music ManABC
Rod HolcombThe Pentagon PapersFX
Richard LoncraineMy House in UmbriaHBO
2004
(57th)
Joseph SargentSomething the Lord MadeHBO [28]
Robert AltmanTanner on TannerSundance Channel
Stephen HopkinsThe Life and Death of Peter SellersHBO
Lloyd KramerThe Five People You Meet in HeavenABC
Christopher ReeveThe Brooke Ellison StoryA&E
2005
(58th)
Joseph SargentWarm SpringsHBO [29]
George C. WolfeLackawanna Blues
Darnell MartinOprah Winfrey Presents: Their Eyes Were Watching GodABC
James Steven SadwithElvisCBS
Fred SchepisiEmpire FallsHBO
2006
(59th)
Walter HillBroken TrailAMC [30]
Charles S. DuttonSleeper Cell: American TerrorShowtime
Randa HainesThe Ron Clark StoryTNT
Peter MarkleFlight 93A&E
Edward James OlmosWalkoutHBO
2007
(60th)
Yves SimoneauBury My Heart at Wounded KneeHBO [31]
Jon AvnetThe Starter WifeUSA
Jeremiah ChechikThe Bronx Is BurningESPN
Lloyd KramerOprah Winfrey Presents: Mitch Albom's For One More DayABC
Mikael SalomonThe CompanyTNT
2008
(61st)
Jay RoachRecountHBO [32]
Bob BalabanBernard and DorisHBO
Tom HooperJohn Adams
Kenny LeonA Raisin in the SunABC
Mikael SalomonThe Andromeda StrainA&E
2009
(62nd)
Ross KatzTaking ChanceHBO [33]
Bob BalabanGeorgia O'KeeffeLifetime
Thomas CarterGifted Hands: The Ben Carson StoryTNT
John Kent HarrisonThe Courageous Heart of Irena SendlerCBS
Michael SucsyGrey GardensHBO

2010s

Year Winners and nominees Program Network Ref.
2010
(63rd)
Mick JacksonTemple GrandinHBO [34]
Barry LevinsonYou Don't Know JackHBO
David Nutter and Jeremy PodeswaThe Pacific (Episode: "Basilone")
Jeremy PodeswaThe Pacific (Episode: "Home")
Tim Van PattenThe Pacific (Episode: "Okinawa")
2011
(64th)
Jon CassarThe KennedysReelz [35]
Jennifer Aniston, Patty Jenkins, Alicia Keys, Demi Moore, and Penelope SpheerisFiveLifetime
Jeff BlecknerBeyond the BlackboardCBS
Stephen GyllenhaalGirl FightLifetime
Michael StevensThurgoodHBO
2012
(65th)
Jay RoachGame ChangeHBO [36]
Greg BerlantiPolitical Animals (Episode: "Pilot")USA
Philip KaufmanHemingway & GellhornHBO
Kevin ReynoldsHatfields & McCoysHistory
Michael RymerAmerican Horror Story: Asylum (Episode: "Dark Cousin")FX
2013
(66th)
Steven SoderberghBehind the CandelabraHBO [37]
Stephen FrearsMuhammad Ali's Greatest FightHBO
David MametPhil Spector
Beth McCarthy-Miller and Rob AshfordThe Sound of Music Live!NBC
Nelson McCormickKilling KennedyNat Geo
2014
(67th)
Lisa CholodenkoOlive KitteridgeHBO [38]
Rob Ashford and Glenn WeissPeter Pan Live!NBC
Uli EdelHoudiniHistory
Ryan MurphyThe Normal HeartHBO
Michael WilsonThe Trip to BountifulLifetime
2015
(68th)
Dee ReesBessieHBO [39]
Angela BassettWhitneyLifetime
Laurie CollyerThe Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe
Paul HaggisShow Me a HeroHBO
Kenny Leon and Matthew DiamondThe Wiz Live!NBC
2016
(69th)
Steven ZaillianThe Night Of (Episode: "The Beach")HBO [40]
Raymond De FelittaMadoffABC
Thomas Kail and Alex RudzinskiGrease: LiveFox
Kenny Leon and Alex RudzinskiHairspray Live!NBC
Jay RoachAll the WayHBO
2017
(70th)
Jean-Marc ValléeBig Little LiesHBO [41]
Scott FrankGodlessNetflix
Barry LevinsonThe Wizard of LiesHBO
Kyra SedgwickStory of a GirlLifetime
George C. WolfeThe Immortal Life of Henrietta LacksHBO
2018
(71st)
Ben StillerEscape at DannemoraShowtime [42][43]
Cary Joji FukunagaManiacNetflix
David Leveaux and Alex RudzinskiJesus Christ Superstar Live in ConcertNBC
Barry LevinsonPaternoHBO
Jean-Marc ValléeSharp Objects

Multiple wins and nominations

Total awards by network

  • HBO – 21
  • ABC – 7
  • CBS – 6
  • NBC – 5
  • Showtime – 2
  • AMC – 1
  • Reelz – 1

References

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