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Black Reel Awards Combines Film & TV Honors, Ceremony Set for January

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For the primary time in six years, the Black Reel Awards will mix its movie and TV honors ceremonies, with the non permanent change because of the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes.

The seventh annual Black Reel Tv Awards (BoltsTV) ceremony was initially scheduled for Aug. 14, however will now be mixed with the Black Reel Awards on Jan. 13, 2024.

Representatives for the Basis for the Augmentation of African-People in Movie (FAAAF), which hosts the Black Reels, defined that quickly rescheduling the summer season celebration “gives the opportunity for the resolution of the strikes to occur and allow for the presence and participation of all the honorees.”

“The best part about recognizing excellence in anything is giving those who have done the work the opportunity to shine,” said Tim Gordon, the Black Reel Awards’ founder and govt director. “We felt announcing the winners on our site or in a press release would not appropriately honor the fantastic work of those in our entertainment community.”

The Black Reels are an annual awards ceremony which salutes the excellence of African People and the cinematic achievements of the African diaspora within the international tv trade, as assessed by the FAAAF’s voting membership. The TV awards launched in 2015 as part of the identical celebration because the film awards and in August 2017 spun off right into a separate ceremony.

Among the many most nominated applications for the TV honors are the Peacock restricted sequence “The Best Man: The Final Chapters” with 18 nods, adopted by ABC’s “Abbott Elementary” with 16 nominations and FX’s “Atlanta” and Hulu’s “Swarm” tied with eith. “Atlanta” creator Donald Glover leads the person nominees with 5 nominations, with “Abbott Elementary” creator Quinta Brunson sizzling on his heels with three nominations (together with one for visitor internet hosting “Saturday Night Live”).

The eighth annual Black Reel Tv Awards are deliberate for Aug. 12, 2024.



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