Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Limited Series or Movie

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Primetime Emmy Award for Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Limited Series or Movie
Awarded for Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Limited Series or Movie
Country United States
Presented by Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
Currently held by Jay Cassidy and Nick Houy,
The Night Of (2017)
Website emmys.com

This is a list of winners and nominees of the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Limited Series or Movie.

In the following list, the first titles listed in gold are the winners; those not in gold are nominees, which are listed in alphabetical order. The years given are those in which the ceremonies took place:

Winners and nominations[edit]

1970s[edit]

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
1976
[1]
Eleanor and Franklin Michael Kahn ABC
Babe Henry Berman CBS
I Will Fight No More Forever Robert K. Lambert ABC
The Night That Panicked America Bud S. Isaacs, Tony Radecki, George Jay Nicholson
The Lindbergh Kidnapping Case Rita Roland NBC
1977
[2]
Eleanor and Franklin: The White House Years Rita Roland, Michael S. McLean ABC
Helter Skelter Byron 'Buzz' Brandt, Bud S. Isaacs CBS
The Loneliest Runner John Loeffler NBC
Raid on Entebbe Bud S. Isaacs, Art Seid, Nick Archer
21 Hours at Munich Ronald J. Fagan ABC
1978
[3]
The Defection of Simas Kudirka John A. Martinelli CBS
Just a Little Inconvenience Bernard J. Small NBC
A Killing Affair Ken Zemke CBS
Mary Jane Harper Cried Last Night Kenneth R. Koch
To Kill a Cop Harry Kaye, Donald R. Rode NBC
Young Joe, the Forgotten Kennedy Ronald J. Fagen ABC
Zeigfeld: The Man and His Women Les Green NBC
1979
[4]
The Jericho Mile Arthur Schmidt ABC
Centennial "Only the Rocks Live Forever" Robert Watts NBC
First, You Cry James Galloway CBS
Ike "Part 3" John Woodcock, Bill Lenny, Paul Dixon ABC
The Winds of Kitty Hawk John A. Martinelli NBC

1980s[edit]

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
1980
[5]
All Quiet on the Western Front Bill Blunden, Alan Pattillo CBS
Attica Paul La Mastra ABC
Kenny Rogers as The Gambler Jerrold L. Ludwig CBS
The Silent Lovers David Newhouse NBC
S.O.S. Titanic John A. Martinelli, Rusty Coppleman ABC
When Hell Was in Session John Woodcock NBC
1981
[6]
Murder in Texas John A. Martinelli NBC
The Best Little Girl in the World Barbara Dies, Michael S. McLean ABC
Bitter Harvest Thomas Fries NBC
Masada "Part 4" John Bloom, Edwin F. England, Peter Kirby ABC
Shōgun "Part 5" Donald R. Rode, Benjamin A. Weissman, Jerry Young, Bill Luciano NBC
A Whale for the Killing Michael Eliot, Robert Florio ABC
1982
[7]
A Woman Called Golda Robert F. Shugrue Syndicated
Inside the Third Reich James T. Heckert, Richard Belding, Les Green ABC
Marco Polo "Part 4" John A. Martinelli NBC
A Piano for Mrs. Cimino Rita Roland CBS
1983
[8]
The Thorn Birds "Part 3" Carroll Timothy O'Meara ABC
The Blue and the Gray "Part 1" Fred A. Chulack, Bud Friedgen CBS
The Scarlet and the Black Benjamin A. Weissman
The Thorn Birds "Part 1" Robert F. Shugrue ABC
Who Will Love My Children? Jerrold L. Ludwig
The Winds of War "Into the Maelstrom" Bernard Gribble, Peter Zinner, John F. Burnett, Jack Tucker, Earle Herdan, Gary L. Smith
1984
[9]
A Streetcar Named Desire Jerrold L. Ludwig ABC
Dark Mirror Bob Bring ABC
The Day After William Paul Dornisch, Robert Florio
The Dollmaker Rita Roland
George Washington "Part 3" Les Green, Donald Douglas, David Wages, Mel Friedman CBS
Something About Amelia Jack Harnish ABC
1985
[10]
Wallenberg: A Hero's Story Paul LaMastra NBC
A.D. "Part 5" John A. Martinelli NBC
The Burning Bed Richard Fetterman, Michael A. Stevenson
Hollywood Wives "Part 2" Fred A. Chulack, Ray Daniels ABC
1986
[11]
An Early Frost Jerrold L. Ludwig NBC
Death of a Salesman David Ray CBS
Kane & Abel "Part 1" Mel Friedman, James Galloway, Les Green
Mussolini: The Untold Story "Part 2" Ronald J. Fagan, Noelle Imparato, Rod Stephens NBC
North and South "Part 4" Michael Eliot, Scott C. Eyler ABC
1987
[12]
LBJ: The Early Years Steven Cohen NBC
Fresno "Part 4" Andrew Chulack CBS
I'll Take Manhattan "Part 1" Michael Brown
Murder Ordained "Part 2" Michael Eliot
Unnatural Causes Paul LaMastra NBC
1988
[13]
The Murder of Mary Phagan John A. Martinelli NBC
The Attic: The Hiding of Anne Frank Jerrold L. Ludwig CBS
The Bourne Identity Benjamin A. Weissman, Ellen Ring Jacobson ABC
Foxfire Paul LaMastra CBS
The Taking of Flight 847: The Uli Derickson Story James Galloway NBC
To Heal a Nation Gregory Prange, Millie Moore
1989
[14]
War and Remembrance "Part 10" Peter Zinner, John F. Burnett ABC
The Hijacking of the Achille Lauro Robert K. Lambert NBC
Lonesome Dove "The Plains" Corky Ehlers CBS
My Name Is Bill W. Paul Rubell, John Wright ABC
Roe vs. Wade Elodie Keene, Joe Ann Fogle NBC

1990s[edit]

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
1990
[15]
Caroline? Paul LaMastra CBS
Blind Faith "Part 2" Christopher Cooke, James Galloway NBC
Center of Fire: Cousteau's Rediscovery of the World Jane Lippman TBS
A Killing in a Small Town Harvey Rosenstock CBS
The Shell Seekers Fred A. Chulack ABC
The Simpsons "Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire" Brian K. Roberts, Ric Eisman Fox
Small Sacrifices "Part 2" Parkie L. Singh ABC
1991
[16]
Sarah, Plain and Tall John Wright CBS
The Court-Martial of Jackie Robinson Eric A. Sears TNT
Hiroshima: Out of the Ashes Robert Florio NBC
Separate But Equal "Part 2" John W. Wheeler ABC
Stephen King's It "Part 1" Robert F. Shugrue, David Blangsted
1992
[17]
The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles "Young Indiana Jones and the Curse of the Jackal" Edgar Burcksen ABC
Afterburn Jerrold L. Ludwig HBO
Drug Wars: The Cocaine Cartel "Part 2" Douglas Ibold NBC
Homefront "S.N.A.F.U." William B. Stich, Michael B. Hoggan ABC
I'll Fly Away "Pilot" David Rosenbloom, Karen I. Stern NBC
1993
[18]
Citizen Cohn Peter Zinner HBO
Alex Haley's Queen "Part 3" Paul LaMastra, James Galloway CBS
Barbarians at the Gate Patrick Kennedy HBO
Sinatra "Part 1" Scott Vickrey CBS
1994
[19]
And the Band Played On Lois Freeman-Fox HBO
Geronimo Millie Moore TNT
Gypsy William H. Reynolds CBS
To Dance with the White Dog Bill Blunden
World War II: When Lions Roared "Part 1" John A. Martinelli NBC
1995
[20]
Indictment: The McMartin Trial Richard A. Harris HBO
Amelia Earhart: The Final Flight Michael D. Ornstein TNT
Buffalo Girls Richard Bracken CBS
Citizen X William Goldenberg HBO
The Piano Lesson Jim Oliver CBS
Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story Geoffrey Rowland NBC
1996
[21]
The Tuskegee Airmen David Beatty HBO
Andersonville Paul Rubell TNT
Gulliver's Travels Peter Coulson NBC
Hiroshima Denis Papillon, John Soh, Dominique Fortin Showtime
Truman Lisa Fruchtman HBO
1997
[22]
Miss Evers' Boys Michael Brown HBO
Crime of the Century Antony Gibbs HBO
Gotti Zach Staenberg
If These Walls Could Talk "1952" and "1974" Elena Maganini
In Cold Blood Michael D. Ornstein CBS
The Man Who Captured Eichmann Drake Silliman TNT
1998
[23]
Gia Eric A. Sears HBO
Don King: Only in America Steven Cohen HBO
From the Earth to the Moon "Can We Do This?" Laurie Grotstein
"1968" Richard Pearson
Merlin "Part 1" Colin Green NBC
1999
[24]
Horatio Hornblower "The Duel" Keith Palmer A&E
Dash and Lilly Cindy Mollo A&E
Joan of Arc "Part 2" Ralph Brunjes CBS
Pirates of Silicon Valley Richard Halsey TNT
The Rat Pack Eric A. Sears HBO
The Temptations "Part 2" Neil Mandelberg, John Duffy NBC

2000s[edit]

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
2000
[25]
Tuesdays with Morrie Carol Littleton ABC
Annie Scott Vickrey ABC
The Beach Boys: An American Family "Part 1" Geoffrey Rowland, Bryan M. Horne
Introducing Dorothy Dandridge Alan Heim HBO
RKO 281 Alex Mackie
2001
[26]
Wit John Bloom HBO
61* Michael Jablow HBO
Anne Frank: The Whole Story Christopher Rouse ABC
Conspiracy Peter Zinner HBO
Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows "Part 1" Dody Dorn ABC
2002
[27]
Band of Brothers "Day of Days" Frances Parker HBO
Band of Brothers "Replacements" Billy Fox HBO
James Dean Antony Gibbs TNT
The Lost Battalion William B. Stich A&E
Shackleton "Part 2" Peter Coulson
2003
[28]
Live from Baghdad Joe Hutshing HBO
Door to Door Paul Dixon TNT
Hitler: The Rise of Evil "Part 1" Henk Van Eeghen, Sylvain Lebel CBS
Homeless to Harvard: The Liz Murray Story Anita Brandt Burgoyne Lifetime
Taken "High Hopes" Toni Morgan Sci Fi
2004
[29]
Something the Lord Made Michael Brown HBO
44 Minutes: The North Hollywood Shoot-Out William B. Stich FX
And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself Mark Warner, Edward Warschilka HBO
Angels in America "Millennium Approaches" John Bloom, Antonia Van Drimmelen
Battlestar Galactica "Part 1" Dany Cooper Sci Fi
Ike: Countdown to D-Day Chris Peppe A&E
2005
[30]
The Life and Death of Peter Sellers John Smith HBO
Back When We Were Grownups Tina Hirsch CBS
Empire Falls "Part 2" Kate Williams HBO
Faith of My Fathers Scott Boyd A&E
The Wool Cap Paul Dixon TNT
2006
[31]
Elizabeth I "Part 1" Beverley Mills HBO
Elizabeth I "Part 2" Melanie Oliver HBO
Flight 93 Scott Boyd A&E
The Girl in the Café Mark Day HBO
The Ten Commandments Ingrid Koller, Klaus Hundsbichler, Victor Du Bois, Mark Conte ABC
2007
[32]
Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee Michael D. Ornstein, Michael Brown HBO
The Path to 9/11 "Part 2" Geoffrey Rowland, Eric A. Sears, Bryan M. Horne, David Handman, Mitchell Danton ABC
Broken Trail "Part 2" Freeman A. Davies, Phil Norden AMC
Jane Eyre "Part 1" Jason Krasucki PBS
Life Support Mary Jo Markey HBO
The Starter Wife "Part 3" Robert Florio USA
2008
[33]
Recount Alan Baumgarten HBO
The Andromeda Strain "Part 1" Scott Vickrey A&E
Extras "The Extra Special Series Finale" Richard Halladey, Graham Barker HBO
John Adams "Independence" Melanie Oliver
Tin Man "Part 1" Allan Lee Sci Fi
2009
[34]
Taking Chance Lee Percy, Brian A. Kates HBO
24: Redemption Scott Powell Fox
Generation Kill "A Burning Dog" Oral Norrie Ottey HBO
"The Cradle of Civilization" Jason Krasucki
Grey Gardens Alan Heim, Lee Percy

2010s[edit]

Year Program Episode Nominees Network
2010
[35]
Temple Grandin Leo Trombetta HBO
The Pacific "Part 5" Edward A. Warschilka HBO
"Part 8" Alan Cody
"Part 9" Alan Cody, Marta Évry
You Don't Know Jack Aaron Yanes
2011
[36]
Cinema Verite Sarah Flack, Robert Pulcini HBO
Downton Abbey "Episode One" John Wilson PBS
Mildred Pierce "Part 4" Camilla Toniolo HBO
Sherlock "A Study in Pink" Charlie Phillips PBS
Too Big to Fail Barbara Tulliver, Plummy Tucker HBO
2012
[37]
Hatfields & McCoys "Part 2" Don Cassidy History
American Horror Story "Birth" Fabienne Bouville FX
Game Change Lucia Zucchetti HBO
Hemingway & Gellhorn Walter Murch
Sherlock "A Scandal in Belgravia" Charlie Phillips PBS
2013
[38]
Behind the Candelabra Steven Soderbergh (as Mary Ann Bernard) HBO
American Horror Story: Asylum "Nor'easter" Fabienne Bouville FX
Killing Lincoln Steve Polivka Nat Geo
Phil Spector Barbara Tulliver HBO
Top of the Lake "Part 5" Alexandre de Franceschi, Scott Gray Sundance
2014
[39]
Sherlock "His Last Vow" Yan Miles PBS
The Normal Heart Adam Penn HBO
Fargo "Buridan's Ass" Regis Kimble FX
"The Crocodile's Dilemma" Skip MacDonald
"The Rooster Prince" Bridget Durnford
2015
[40]
Olive Kitteridge "Security" Jeffrey M. Werner HBO
American Crime "Episode One" Luyen Vu ABC
Houdini "Part 1" Sabrina Plisco, David Beatty History
24: Live Another Day "10:00 p.m. – 11:00 a.m." Scott Powell Fox
Wolf Hall "Entirely Beloved" David Blackmore PBS
2016
[41]
The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story "The Race Card" C. Chi-Yoon Chung FX
Fargo "Did You Do This? No, You Did It!" Curtis Thurber, Skip MacDonald FX
"Waiting for Dutch" Skip MacDonald
The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story "From the Ashes of Tragedy" Adam Penn
"The Verdict" Stewart Schill
2017
[42]
The Night Of "The Beach" Jay Cassidy, Nick Houy HBO
Big Little Lies "You Get What You Need" Veronique Barbe, David Berman, Justin LaChance, Maxime Lahaie, Sylvain Lebel, Jim Vega HBO
Fargo "Aporia" Henk Van Eeghen FX
"The Law of Vacant Places" Regis Kimble
"The Narrow Escape Problem" Curtis Thurber

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