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Satellite Award for Best Miniseries or Television Film

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Satellite Award for Best Miniseries or Television Film

The Satellite Award for Best Miniseries or TV Film is one of the annual Satellite Awards given by the International Press Academy. In 1999, the IFA separated the miniseries and the TV film categories. They remained separate until 2011. For the previous miniseries categories, go here. For the previous TV film categories, go here. The 2010s section below resumes the joined categories.[1]

Winners and nominees



Year Winners and nominees Director(s) Network
2011 Mildred Pierce Todd Haynes HBO
Cinema Verite Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini HBO
Downton Abbey Brian Percival, Ben Bolt, Brian Kelly, Andy Goddard, James Strong, and Ashley Pearce PBS
Page Eight David Hare PBS
Thurgood Michael Stevens HBO
Too Big To Fail Curtis Hanson HBO
2012 Hatfields & McCoys Kevin Reynolds History
Birdsong Philip Martin PBS
The Crimson Petal and the White Marc Munden BBC America
Game Change Jay Roach HBO
Hemingway & Gellhorn Philip Kaufman HBO
Luther Sam Miller BBC America
Sherlock Toby Haynes, Euros Lyn and Paul McGuigan PBS
Wallander Philip Martin and Niall MacCormick PBS


  1. ^ 2011 Satellite Winners, December 2011.
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