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‘Judas and the Black Messiah’ Wins Outstanding Film – Deadline

The 21st Annual Black Reel Awards took place today with the rousing Warner Bros. drama, Judas and the Black Messiah, winning the Outstanding Film Award. In addition, stars Daniel Kaluuya and Dominique Fishback received the awards for Best Supporting Actor and Best Supporting Actress, respectively. Producers Charles King, Ryan Coogler and Shaka King become the first all-African-American team to win an Outstanding Image.

The end Ma Rainey’s black background Star Chadwick Boseman received the Outstanding Actor Award, giving him the distinction of becoming the first posthumous recipient in Black Reel Awards history. Viola Davis also won Outstanding Actress for her performance as Ma Rainey.

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From Amazon One night in Miami was the big winner of the night in terms of numbers, taking home five awards including Outstanding Director and Outstanding Emerging Director for Regina King, as well as wins for Outstanding Ensemble, Outstanding Breakthrough Actor for Kingsley Ben-Adir and Outstanding Song for Speak Now, co-written and performed by Leslie Odom, Jr.

Other highlights included three wins for Netflix The 40-year-old version Helmer Radha Blank who got an exceptional screenplay, an exceptional independent film, as well as an exceptional first screenplay. Additionally, Soul became the first animated film to earn an outstanding score.

“What an unprecedented year for black filmmakers and creatives and I am delighted that this year’s winners reflect the historic nature of Black Cinema,” said Black Reel Awards founder Tim Gordon. “We are honored to have this year’s class of winners join the rich history of those who have been recognized in the past as they stand on the shoulders of the dark cinematic giants who have led the way.”

Check out the full list of winners below:

Exceptional film Judas and the Black Messiah | Charles D. King, Ryan Cooler and Shaka King

Outstanding actor Chadwick Boseman | Ma Rainey’s black background

Outstanding actress Viola Davis | Ma Rainey’s black background

Outstanding Supporting Actor Daniel Kaluuya | Judas and the Black Messiah

Outstanding Supporting Actress Dominique Fishback | Judas and the Black Messiah

Exceptional Director Regina King | One night in Miami

Exceptional script Radha Blank | The 40-year-old version

Exceptional documentary Time | Garrett bradley

Exceptional set One night in Miami | Kimberly hardin

Outstanding foreign language film Kings night | Philippe Lacote (Senegal)

Exceptional score Soul | Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross and Jon Batiste

Outstanding original song Speak Now (One night in Miami) | Leslie Odom, Jr.

Outstanding Breaking Performance, Kingsley Man Ben-Adir | One night in Miami

Exceptional breakthrough performance, Andra Women’s Day | The United States vs. Billie Holiday

Outstanding vocal performance Jamie Foxx | Soul

Outstanding independent film The 40-year-old version | Radha Blank

Outstanding independent documentary Mr. Soul! | Melissa Haizlip

Exceptional independent short canvas | Frank E. Abney III

Outstanding Emerging Director One Night In Miami | Regina king

First exceptional scenario The 40-year-old version | Radha Blank

Exceptional cinematography Malcolm and Marie | Marcell Rev

Outstanding costume design Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey | Michael wilkinson

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