Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Cinematography for a Limited Series or Movie

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Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Cinematography for a Limited Series or Movie
Awarded for Outstanding Cinematography for a Limited Series or Movie
Country United States
Presented by Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
First awarded 1972
Currently held by The Night Of (2017)
Website emmys.com

The Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Cinematography for a Limited Series or Movie is an annual award presented as part of the Primetime Emmy Awards.

Winners and nominations[edit]

1970s[edit]

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
1972
[1]
Brian's Song Joseph F. Biroc ABC
Duel Jack A. Marta ABC
The Snow Goose Ray Henman NBC
1973
[2]
Night of Terror Ted Voigtlander CBS
Liza with a Z Owen Roizman NBC
The Red Pony Andrew Jackson
1974
[3]
It's Good to Be Alive Ted Voigtlander CBS
The Man Without a Country Andrew Laszlo ABC
The Migrants Richard C. Kratina CBS
Portrait: A Man Whose Name Was John Walter Strenge ABC
Trapped Fred Mandl
1975
[4]
Queen of the Stardust Ballroom David M. Walsh CBS
Death Be Not Proud Michael Chapman ABC
Lincoln "Sad Figure, Laughing" Howard Schwartz NBC
QB VII "Parts 1 & 2" Paul Beeson and Robert L. Morrison ABC
1976
[5]
Eleanor and Franklin Paul Lohmann and Edward R. Brown ABC
Babe Charles F. Wheeler CBS
Farewell to Manzanar Hiro Narita NBC
Griffin and Phoenix Richard C. Glouner ABC
The Entertainer James Crabe NBC
1977
[6]
Raid on Entebbe Bill Butler NBC
Eleanor and Franklin: The White House Years James Crabe ABC
The Loneliest Runner Ted Voigtlander NBC
Sybil Mario Tosi
Tail Gunner Joe Ric Waite
1978
[7]
Ziegfeld: The Man and His Women Gerald Finnerman NBC
A Family Upside Down Joseph F. Biroc NBC
The Ghost of Flight 401 Howard Schwartz
The Last Tenant Dennis Dalzell ABC
The Life and Assassination of the Kingfish Ric Waite NBC
1979
[8]
Rainbow Howard Schwartz NBC
Elvis Donald M. Morgan ABC
Ike: The War Years "Part 2" Archie R. Dalzell and Freddie Young
The Winds of Kitty Hawk Dennis Dalzell NBC

1980s[edit]

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
1980
[9]
The Silent Lovers Gayne Rescher NBC
Brave New World Harry L. Wolf NBC
Kenny Rogers as The Gambler Joseph F. Biroc CBS
The Miracle Worker Ted Voigtlander NBC
1981
[10]
Little Lord Fauntleroy Arthur Ibbetson CBS
Bitter Harvest Gayne Rescher NBC
The Diary of Anne Frank Ted Voigtlander
East of Eden "Part 2" Frank Stanley ABC
Marilyn: The Untold Story Terry K. Meade
Shōgun "Part 4" Andrew Laszlo NBC
1982
[11]
The Letter James Crabe ABC
Marco Polo "Part 4" Pasqualino De Santis NBC
The Princess and the Cabbie Gayne Rescher CBS
1983
[12]
The Winds of War "Into the Maelstrom" Charles Correll and Stevan Larner ABC
The Blue and the Gray "Part 3" Al Francis CBS
Murder Me, Murder You Gayne Rescher
The Thorn Birds "Part 1" Bill Butler ABC
Witness for the Prosecution Arthur Ibbetson CBS
1984
[13]
A Streetcar Named Desire Bill Butler ABC
Celebrity "Part 3" Philip H. Lathrop NBC
The Day After Gayne Rescher ABC
George Washington "Part 2" Harry Stradling, Jr. CBS
1985
[14]
Malice in Wonderland Philip H. Lathrop CBS
The Bad Seed Ted Voigtlander ABC
A Death in California Joseph F. Biroc
Evergreen "Part 2" Woody Omens NBC
Wallenberg: A Hero's Story Charles Correll
1986
[15]
An Early Frost Woody Omens NBC
North and South "Part 6" Stevan Larner ABC
Peter the Great "Part 3" Vittorio Storaro NBC
Picking Up the Pieces Philip H. Lathrop CBS
1987
[16]
Christmas Snow Philip H. Lathrop NBC
The Alamo: 13 Days to Glory John Elsenbach NBC
Kojak: The Price of Justice Victor J. Kemper CBS
Promise Gayne Rescher
There Were Times, Dear Brianne Murphy PBS
1988
[17]
I Saw What You Did Woody Omens CBS
Baby M "Part 1" James Crabe ABC
Inherit the Wind Stevan Larner NBC
Little Girl Lost Philip H. Lathrop ABC
1989
[18]
Shooter Gayne Rescher NBC
Disaster at Silo 7 Roy H. Wagner ABC
Favorite Son "Part 3" Bradford May NBC
Lonesome Dove "The Return" Douglas Milsome CBS
War and Remembrance "Part 11" Dietrich Lohmann ABC

1990s[edit]

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
1990
[19]
Murder in Mississippi Donald M. Morgan NBC
The Final Days Fred Murphy ABC
The Operation John C. Flinn III CBS
Polly Isidore Mankofsky NBC
Where Pigeons Go to Die Haskell B. Boggs
1991
[20]
Lucky Chances "Part 1" Gayne Rescher NBC
The Haunted Michael D. Margulies Fox
Love, Lies and Murder "Part 1" Isidore Mankofsky NBC
The Whereabouts of Jenny Jonathan West ABC
1992
[21]
Lady Against the Odds Brad May NBC
Afterburn Isidore Mankofsky HBO
Doublecrossed Donald M. Morgan
Into the Badlands Johnny E. Jensen USA
Miss Rose White Kees Van Oostrum NBC
1993
[22]
Stalin Vilmos Zsigmond HBO
An American Story Johnny E. Jensen CBS
Lady Boss "Part 1" Chuck Arnold NBC
Murder in the Heartland "Part 1" Ronald Víctor García ABC
Sinatra "Part 1" Reynaldo Villalobos CBS
1994
[23]
Geronimo Donald M. Morgan TNT
Gypsy Ralf D. Bode CBS
Return to Lonesome Dove "Part 2" Kees Van Oostrum
The Stand "Part 1" Edward J. Pei ABC
World War II: When Lions Roared "Part 2" John A. Alonzo NBC
1995
[24]
My Antonia Robert Primes USA
Big Dreams and Broken Hearts: The Dottie West Story Richard M. Rawlings Jr. CBS
Family Album Michael W. Watkins NBC
My Brother's Keeper Thomas Del Ruth CBS
Take Me Home Again Chuck Arnold NBC
1996
[25]
Rasputin Elemér Ragályi HBO
Andersonville Ric Waite TNT
Gulliver's Travels Howard Atherton NBC
Harrison: Cry of the City Robert Primes UPN
Norma Jean & Marilyn John Thomas HBO
The Siege at Ruby Ridge "Part 2" Donald M. Morgan CBS
1997
[26]
Miss Evers' Boys Donald M. Morgan HBO
Gotti Alar Kivilo HBO
Hidden in America James R. Bagdonas Showtime
In the Gloaming Frederick Elmes HBO
To Love, Honor and Deceive Michael D. O'Shea ABC
1998
[27]
What the Deaf Man Heard Eric Van Haren Noman CBS
Buffalo Soldiers William Wages TNT
The Day Lincoln Was Shot Ronald Víctor García
From the Earth to the Moon "Can We Do This?" Gale Tattersall HBO
George Wallace "Part 1" Alan Caso TNT
Merlin "Part 1" Sergey Kozlov NBC
1999
[28]
Winchell Robbie Greenberg HBO
The '60s "Part 2" Michael D. O'Shea NBC
Dash and Lilly Bruce Surtees A&E
Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman: The Movie Ralf D. Bode CBS
Lansky John A. Alonzo HBO

2000s[edit]

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
2000
[29]
Introducing Dorothy Dandridge Robbie Greenberg HBO
Annie Ralf D. Bode ABC
A Christmas Carol Ian Wilson TNT
Dirty Pictures Hiro Narita Showtime
Witness Protection Fred Murphy HBO
2001
[30]
Frank Herbert's Dune "Part 2" Vittorio Storaro Sci Fi
Anne Frank: The Whole Story "Part 2" Elemér Ragályi ABC
Conspiracy Stephen Goldblatt HBO
For Love or Country: The Arturo Sandoval Story Donald M. Morgan
Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows "Part 1" James Chressanthis ABC
61* Haskell Wexler HBO
2002
[31]
Shackleton "Part 2" Henry Braham A&E
Band of Brothers "The Patrol" Remi Adefarasin HBO
James Dean Robbie Greenberg TNT
The Mists of Avalon "Part 1" Vilmos Zsigmond
Path to War Stephen Goldblatt HBO
Uprising "Part 2" Denis Lenoir NBC
2003
[32]
Out of the Ashes Donald M. Morgan Showtime
Door to Door Jan Kiesser TNT
Hunter: Back in Force John C. Flinn III NBC
Hysterical Blindness Declan Quinn HBO
Live from Baghdad Ivan Strasburg
2004
[33]
Something the Lord Made Donald M. Morgan HBO
American Family: Journey of Dreams "Chapter 1: The Wedding" Reynaldo Villalobos PBS
And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself Peter James HBO
Angels in America "Perestroika" Stephen Goldblatt
Iron Jawed Angels Robbie Greenberg
2005
[34]
The Life and Death of Peter Sellers Peter Levy HBO
Faith of My Fathers Bill Roe A&E
The 4400 "Part 1" Thomas Burstyn USA
The Five People You Meet in Heaven Kramer Morgenthau ABC
Warm Springs Robbie Greenberg HBO
2006
[35]
Bleak House "Part 1" James Chressanthis PBS
Four Minutes Melanie Oliver ESPN2
Into the West "Dreams and Schemes" William Wages TNT
"Wheel to the Stars" Alan Caso
Mrs. Harris Steven Poster HBO
Sleeper Cell "Al-Faitha" Robert Primes Showtime
2007
[36]
Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee David Franco HBO
Broken Trail "Part 1" Lloyd Ahern II AMC
Jane Eyre "Part 1" Mike Eley PBS
The Path to 9/11 "Part 2" Joel Ransom ABC
The Valley of Light Eric Van Haren Noman CBS
2008
[37]
John Adams "Independence" Tak Fujimoto HBO
The Andromeda Strain "Part 1" Jon Joffin A&E
Bernard and Doris Mauricio Rubinstein HBO
The Company "Part 1" Ben Nott TNT
John Adams "Don't Tread on Me" Tak Fujimoto and Danny Cohen HBO
Sense & Sensibility "Part 1" Sean Bobbitt PBS
2009
[38]
Little Dorrit "Part 1" Lukas Strebel PBS
Generation Kill "Combat Jack" Ivan Strasburg HBO
Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story John B. Aronson TNT
Grey Gardens Mike Eley HBO
Into the Storm Michel Amathieu

2010s[edit]

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
2010
[39]
Return to Cranford "Part 2" Ben Smithard PBS
The Pacific "Part 5" Remi Adefarasin HBO
"Part 9" Stephen F. Windon
The Prisoner "Checkmate" Florian Hoffmeister AMC
You Don't Know Jack Eigil Bryld HBO
2011
[40]
Downton Abbey "Episode One" David Katznelson PBS
The Kennedys "Life Sentences" David Moxness ReelzChannel
Mildred Pierce "Part 5" Edward Lachman HBO
The Pillars of the Earth "Legacy" Attila Szalay Starz
Too Big to Fail Kramer Morgenthau HBO
2012
[41]
Great Expectations "Part 2" Florian Hoffmeister PBS
Game Change Jim Denault HBO
Hemingway & Gellhorn Rogier Stoffers
Sherlock: A Scandal in Belgravia Fabian Wagner PBS
Treasure Island "Part 1" Ulf Brantås Syfy
2013
[42]
Top of the Lake "Part 1" Adam Arkapaw Sundance
American Horror Story: Asylum "I Am Anne Frank, Part 2" Michael Goi FX
Behind the Candelabra Peter Andrews HBO
The Girl John Pardue
Parade's End "Part 5" Mike Eley
2014
[43]
Sherlock: His Last Vow Neville Kidd PBS
Fargo "Buridan's Ass" Dana Gonzales FX
"The Crocodile’s Dilemma" Matt Lloyd
Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond "Episode One" Edward Will BBC America
Killing Kennedy Stephen St. John Nat Geo
The Normal Heart Danny Moder HBO
2015
[44]
Bessie Jeff Jur HBO
American Horror Story: Freak Show "Monsters Among Us" Michael Goi FX
Houdini "Part 1" Karl Walter Lindenlaub History
The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe "Part 1" Chris Manley Lifetime
2016
[45]
Fargo "Waiting for Dutch" Dana Gonzales FX
Luther John Conroy BBC America
The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story "From the Ashes of Tragedy" Nelson Cragg FX
Sherlock: The Abominable Bride Suzie Lavelle PBS
2017
[46]
The Night Of "Ordinary Death" Fred Elmes HBO
Big Little Lies "You Get What You Need" Yves Bélanger HBO
Black Mirror: Nosedive Seamus McGarvey Netflix
Fargo "The Law of Vacant Places" Dana Gonzales FX
The Young Pope "Episode 1" Luca Bigazzi HBO

Individuals with multiple awards[edit]

Individuals with multiple nominations[edit]

References[edit]

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