Black Reel Award for Best Film

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Winners/Nominees for the Black Reel Award for Best Film. This award is presented to the producers of the film. For Colored Girls holds the record with the most nominations with 14 while 12 Years a Slave has the most wins in a single year with 8.

Winners & Nominees[edit]

2014 Awards [1]
Film Distributor Producer(s)
12 Years a Slave
Fruitvale Station
Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom
Lee Daniels' The Butler
2013 Awards [2]
Film Distributor Producer(s)
Beasts of the Southern Wild Fox Searchlight Pictures Josh Penn, Dan Javey, Michael Gottwald
The Intouchables The Weinstein Company Nicolas Duval-Adassovsky, Yann Zenou, Laurent Zeitoun
Django Unchained The Weinstein Company, Columbia Pictures Reginald Hudlin, Stacey Shear, Pilar Savone
Middle of Nowhere (2012 film) AAFRM Paul Garnes, Ava DuVernay, Howard Barish
Flight (2012 film) Paramount Pictures Robert Zemeckis, Steve Starkey, Laurie MacDonald, Jack Rapke, Walter F. Parkes
2012 Awards [3]
Film Production Company(ies) Producer(s)
The Help (2011 film) DreamWorks, Paramount Chris Columbus, Brunson Green, Michael Baranthan
Pariah (2011 film) Focus Features Nekisha Cooper
Jumping the Broom TriStar Pictures Elizabeth Hunter, Tracy Edmonds, T.D. Jakes, Glendon Palmer & Curtis Wallace
Shame (2011 film) Fox Searchlight Pictures Emile Sherman, Iain Canning
Attack the Block Screen Gems Nira Park & James Wilson
2011 Awards [4]
Film Production Company(ies) Producer(s)
Night Catches Us Magnolia Pictures Jason Orans, Ron Simons, Sean Costello
The Book of Eli Warner Bros. Pictures Denzel Washington, Joel Silver, Broderick Johnson, David Valdes, Andrew Kosove
Just Wright Fox Searchlight Pictures Debra Martin Chase, Queen Latifah & Shakim Compere
Brooklyn's Finest Overture Films John Thompson, John Langley, Elle Cohn, Basil Iwanyk
For Colored Girls Lionsgate Tyler Perry, Roger M. Bobb & Paul Hall
2010 Awards [5]
Film Production Company(ies) Producer(s)
Precious (film) Lionsgate Lee Daniels, Gary Magness, Sarah Siegel-Magness
The Princess and the Frog Walt Disney Pictures Peter Del Vecho
American Violet Samuel Goldwyn Films Bill Haney
Invictus (film) Warner Bros. Clint Eastwood, Mace Neufeld, Robert Lorenz, Lori McCreary
The Blind Side (film) Warner Bros. Broderick Johnson, Andrew Kosove & Gil Netter
2009 Awards [6]
Film Production Company(ies) Producer(s)
Cadillac Records TriStar Pictures Andrew Lack & Sofia Sondervan
Traitor (film) Overture Films Don Cheadle, David Hoberman, Todd Lieberman, Jeffrey Silver
The Secret Life of Bees Fox Searchlight Pictures James Lassiter, Will Smith, Lauren Shuler Donner & Joe Pichirallo
Seven Pounds Columbia Pictures James Lassiter, Will Smith, Todd Black, Jason Blumenthal & Steve Tisch
Miracle at St. Anna Touchstone Pictures Spike Lee, Luigi Musini & Roberto Cicutto
2007 Awards [7]
Film Production Company(ies) Producer(s)
Dreamgirls (film) DreamWorks, Paramount Pictures Laurence Mark
Something New Focus Features Stephanie Allain
The Pursuit of Happyness Columbia Pictures James Lassiter, Will Smith, Todd Black, Teddy Zee, Jason Blumenthal & Steve Tisch
Inside Man Universal Pictures Brian Grazer & Jonathan Filley
Akeelah and the Bee Warner Bros. Sid Ganis, Laurence Fishburne, Nancy Hult Ganis, Danny Llewelyn & Michael Romersa
2006 Awards[8]
Film Production Company(ies) Producer(s)
Crash (2004 film) Lionsgate Paul Haggis, Don Cheadle, Cathy Schulman, Bob Yari, Robert Moresco, Mark R. Harris
Hustle & Flow Paramount Classics John Singleton & Stephanie Allain
Hitch (film) Columbia Pictures James Lassiter, Will Smith, Teddy Zee
Four Brothers Columbia Pictures Lorenzo di Bonaventura
Coach Carter Touchstone Pictures David Gale, Brian Robbins, Michael Tollin
2005 Awards Best Drama[9]
Film Production Company(ies) Producer(s)
Ray (film) Universal Pictures Howard Baldwin, Stuart Benjamin, Taylor Hackford, Bob Yari, Karen Baldwin
BAADASSSSS! Sony Pictures Classics Mario Van Peebles
I, Robot (film) 20th Century Fox Topher Dow, Laurence Mark, Wyck Godfrey & John Davis
2005 Awards Best Musical/Comedy[10]
Film Production Company(ies) Producer(s)
Lightning in a Bottle (film) Sony Pictures Alex Gibney, Margaret Bodde, Jack Gulick
Barbershop 2: Back in Business Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer George Tillman Jr., Robert Teitel & Alex Gartner
I, Robot (film) 20th Century Fox Topher Dow, Laurence Mark, Wyck Godfrey & John Davis
2004 Awards [11]
Film Production Company(ies) Producer(s)
Out of Time (2003 film) Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Neal H. Moritz, Damien Saccani, Jesse Beaton
The Fighting Temptations Paramount Pictures Loretha C. Jones, Benny Medina, Jeff Pollack, David Gale
S.W.A.T. (film) Columbia Pictures Neal H. Moritz, Chris Lee, Dan Halsted
The Italian Job (2003 film) Paramount Pictures Donald De Line
Tupac: Resurrection Paramount Pictures Preston Holmes, Karoyln Ali, Lauren Lazin
2003 Awards[12]
Film Production Company(ies) Producer(s)
Antwone Fisher (film) Fox Searchlight Pictures Denzel Washington, Randa Haines, Todd Black
Barbershop (film) Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer George Tillman Jr., Mark Brown & Robert Teitel
Drumline (film) 20th Century Fox Timothy M. Bourne, Wendy Finerman, Jody Gerson
Standing in the Shadows of Motown Artisan Entertainment Paul Justman, Alan Slutsky
25th Hour Touchstone Pictures John Kilik, Tobey Maguire, Spike Lee, Julia Chasman
2002 Awards [13]
Film Production Company(ies) Producer(s)
Training Day Warner Bros. Pictures Bruce Berman, Davis Guggenheim
Baby Boy (film) Columbia Pictures John Singleton
Ali (film) Columbia Pictures Michael Mann, Jon Peters, James Lassiter, A. Kitman Ho & Paul Ardaji
The Brothers (2001 film) Screen Gems Doug McHenry, Paddy Cullen
From Hell (film) 20th Century Fox Don Murphy, Amy Robinson, Jane Hamsher
2001 Awards[14]
Film Production Company(ies) Producer(s)
Love & Basketball New Line Cinema Spike Lee, Sam Kitt
Men of Honor 20th Century Fox Bill Badalato & Robert Teitel
Girlfight Screen Gems Maggie Renzi, Martha Griffin, Sarah Green
Remember the Titans Walt Disney Pictures Chad Oman, Jerry Bruckheimer
Bamboozled New Line Cinema John Kilik, Spike Lee
2000 Awards[15]
Film Production Company(ies) Producer(s)
The Hurricane (1999 film) Universal Studios Norman Jewison, John Ketchem, Armyan Bernstein
The Best Man (1999 film) Universal Pictures Bill Carraro, Sam Kitt & Spike Lee
Life Universal Pictures Eddie Murphy, Brian Grazer
The Wood Paramount Pictures David Gale, Albert Berger, Ron Yerxa