Archive for the ‘Black Reel Awards’ Category


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The nominations for the 15th Annual Black Reel Awards were announced yesterday and Twitter was on fire with the results. Many of this year’s nominees and past honorees weighed in with their appreciation and you can read their excited reactions below. (more…)


OutstandingFilms.jpgThis morning, the Foundation for the Advancement of African-Americans in Film (FAAAF) announced its nominees for the 15th Annual Black Reel Awards, selecting Belle, Beyond the Lights, Dear White People, Selma and Top Five as its nominees for Outstanding Motion Picture. All of the nominees for Outstanding Motion Picture also garnered numerous other nominations, with Dear White People and Selma leading with ten nominations apiece — a sweep would break the current record for wins set just last year by 12 Years a Slave, with eight. (more…)


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The nominations for the 14th Annual Black Reel Awards were announced this morning and Twitter was on fire as several of the nominees went online to express their “twitgrats,” thanks and appreciation for the recognition of their work. (more…)


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The most competitive year in Black film did not disappoint as a record three film shared top honors as the nominations for the 14th Annual Black Reel Awards were unveiled this morning. (more…)


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The Foundation for the Advancement of African Americans in Film (FAAAF) announced that the 14th Annual Black Reel Awards ceremony will be held on Thursday, February 13, 2014. (more…)


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Happy Birthday to Oscar-nominated and Black Reel Award-winning actor Terrence Howard, who turns 44 today. Since his breakthrough role in The Best Man, Howard has consistently created a portfolio of diverse roles spotlighting his burgeoning talent. (more…)


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The most decorated Black actor in history, Denzel Washington is simply stunning in this black-and-white image. Over his distinguished career, Washington has received four Outstanding Actor Black Reel Awards, two Golden Globe awards and a Tony Award, and two Academy Awards: Best Supporting Actor for Glory and Best Actor for Training Day.