TV Film

Some articles on films, tv film, tv:

Larry Block - Filmography
... Films Shamus (1973) Slap Shot (1977) Heaven Can Wait (1978) Hardcore (1979) First Family (1980) After Hours (1985) Robots (1988) direct-to-video Cocktail (1988) High Stakes (1989) Betsy's Wedding ... Delvecchio (1977) Rosetti and Ryan (1977) M*A*S*H (1977-1978) Space Force (1978) TV film Charlie's Angels (1978) Operation Petticoat (1978) Barney Miller (1978) General Hospital (1978) CHiPs (1979) The ...
Satellite Awards 2008 - Awards Breakdown - Television
... Winners 2 / 2 Cranford Best Actress-Miniseries or TV Film and Miniseries 2 / 2 Tracey Ullman's State of the Union Best Actress and Series-Musical or Comedy 2 / 2 True Blood Best Actress-Drama and Supporting Actor 1 ...
List Of Awards And Nominations Received By Maggie Smith - Film and Television Awards - Golden Globe Awards - Television Awards
2003 Best Actress - Miniseries or TV Film (for playing "Emily Delahunty" in My House in Umbria, nominated) 2011 Best Supporting Actress - Series, Miniseries or TV ...
Shahab Hosseini - Filmography
... Year Role Notes Pas Az Baran 2000 Ali Ahmadi TV Film Rokhsare 2001 Mahan Farzam Adamakha 2001 Morad Vakonesh Panjom 2002 Majid Nominated-Khane Cinema Awards In Zan harf nemizanad ...
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 ... For the previous TV film categories, go here ...

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