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Black Reel Award Winners

posted by Nell Minow

I am deeply honored to be one of the participants in selecting the winners of the Black Reel Awards and very proud of the winners we chose this year.

Outstanding Film
Night Catches Us | Magnolia

Outstanding Director
Tanya Hamilton – Night Catches Us

Outstanding Actor
Anthony Mackie – Night Catches Us

Outstanding Actress
Kerry Washington – Night Catches Us

Outstanding Supporting Actor
Wesley Snipes – Brooklyn’s Finest

Outstanding Supporting Actress
Phylicia Rashad – For Colored Girls

Outstanding Score
The Roots – Night Catches Us

Outstanding Song
Shine (John Legend) – Waiting for Superman

Outstanding Ensemble
For Colored Girls | Lionsgate

Outstanding Breakthrough Performance
Tessa Thompson – For Colored Girls

Outstanding Feature Documentary
Waiting for Superman

Outstanding Independent
Preacher’s Kid | Warner Bros.

Outstanding Independent Short
Katrina’s Son | Ya’ke

Outstanding Independent Documentary
For the Best and For the Onion

Outstanding Television Documentary
If God is Willing and Da Creek Don’t Rise



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