Black Reel Awards

Black Reel Awards
Washington, DC / Founded in 2000, The Black Reel Awards (BRAs) annually honors African-American film achievement in feature, independent and television films.
Black Reel Awards
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Come Back Charleston Blue

Come Back, Charleston Blue starring Godfrey Cambridge Raymond St. Jacques, Music by Donny Hathaway — From the soundtrack, hear "Little Ghetto Boy" by Donny Hathaway in my board, "My Music: The Guys".

Uptown Saturday Night

"Uptown Saturday Night" movie poster, This was the first of three movies starring Sidney Poitier and Bill Cosby and directed by Poitier. Filmed at a steel mill on the south side of Chicago before the steel industry in Chicago went bust in the

Foxy Brown

A blaxploitation film written and directed by Jack Hill. When her government-agent boyfriend is shot down by members of a drug syndicate, Foxy Brown (Pam Grier) seeks revenge.

Three the Hard Way

Three The Hard Way starring Jim Brown, Fred Williamson & Jim Kelly. The plot of this movie had the three heroes trying to stop "the man" from killing Black people by poisoning the water. Sounds like Flint, MI.

The Spook Who Sat By the Door

'The Spook Who Sat by the Door' addresses the plight and potential revolutionary role of the black underclass in urban America,"

The Mack

The Mack is a blaxploitation film starring Max Julien and Richard Pryor. Although the movie was produced during the era of such blaxploitation movies as Dolemite, its producers do not label it a true blaxploitation picture.


Wattstax is a 1973 documentary film by Mel Stuart that focused on the 1972 Wattstax music festival and the African American community of Watts in Los Angeles, California.

Across 110th Street

Across 110th Street