‘Black Panther’ Named Best Film By African American Film Critics Association

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‘Black Panther’ Named Best Film By African American Film Critics Association‘Black Panther’ Named Best Film By African American Film Critics Association

Source: Disney / Marvel Studios

The reward for Black Panther continues. The Marvel masterpiece just lately acquired one of the prestigious honors for the 12 months.

As per Deadline the star-studded movie hit it huge with the African American Film Critics Association. Black Panther gained three awards together with “Best Film,” “Best Director” for Ryan Coogler and “Best Song” for “All The Stars” that includes Kendrick Lamar and SZA.

This important acclaim shouldn’t come as a shock although. Originally launched on February 16 the blockbuster opened with $242 million in ticket gross sales over President’s Day Weekend. Since then it has grossed over 700 million greenback domestically which makes it the third film to cross that uncommon benchmark.

Other noteworthy photos with cultural relevance have been awarded together with BlacKkKlansman (“Best Actor” – John David Washington), Support The Girls (“Best Actress” – Regina Hall), If Beale Street Could Talk (“Best Supporting Female Actress” – Regina Hall) and The Hate U Give (“Best Supporting Male Actor” – Russell Hornsby). The affiliation additionally introduced their high 10 movies of 2018 which included Black PantherQuincy and Sorry to Bother You. You can view the complete record beneath.

Black Panther (Walt Disney Studios)

If Beale Street Could Talk (Annapurna Pictures)

The Hate U Give (20th Century Fox)

A Star is Born (Warner Bros. Studios)

Quincy (Netflix)

Roma (Netflix)

Blindspotting (Lionsgate)

The Favourite (Fox Searchlight Pictures)

Sorry to Bother You (Annapurna Pictures)

Widows (20th Century Fox)

The AAFCA  actively evaluations cinema at-large, with a selected emphasis on movies which embrace the Black expertise. The group creates a platform for films with common attraction to the African-American neighborhood, whereas highlighting movies produced, written, directed and starring, individuals from the African Diaspora.

Photo: Marvel Studios