Black Reel Award for Outstanding Screenplay, Adapted or Original

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This page lists the winners and nominees for the Black Reel Award for Outstanding Screenplay, Adapted or Original. Geoffrey Fletcher and John Ridley are the only Black Reel Award Screenwriting winners to win Oscars for Best Adapted Screenplay.

Winners and nominees

Winners are listed first and highlighted in bold.

2000s

Year Writer Film Ref
2000
Malcolm D. Lee The Best Man [1]
Todd Boyd and Rick Famuyiwa The Wood
Spike Lee Summer of Sam
2001
Gregory Allen Howard Remember the Titans [2]
Kwyn Bader Loving Jezebel
Scott Marshall Smith Men of Honor
Spike Lee Bamboozled
Gina Prince-Bythewood Love & Basketball
2002
Gregory Allen Howard Ali [3]
Mark Brown Two Can Play That Game
Peter Gaulke and Darryl Quarles Black Knight
Gary Hardwick The Brothers
John Singleton Baby Boy
2003
Antwone Fisher Antwone Fisher [4]
Mark Brown and Don D. Scott Barbershop
Michael Elliot Brown Sugar
Michael Elliott and Jordan Moffet Like Mike
John Ridley Undercover Brother
2004
B.E. Brauner, Gary Hardwick and James Iver Mattson Deliver Us from Eva [5]
Elizabeth Hunter and Saladin K. Patterson The Fighting Temptations
Ali LeRoi and Chris Rock Head of State
2005
Mario Van Peebles BAADASSSSS! [6]
Michael Genet and Spike Lee She Hate Me
Shonda Rimes The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement
Don D. Scott Barbershop 2: Back in Business
James L. White Ray
2006
Norman Vance Jr. Roll Bounce [7]
Rob Hardy The Gospel
Tyler Perry Diary of a Mad Black Woman
2007
Kriss Turner Something New [8]
Bryan Barber Idlewild
Chris Cleveland and Bettina Gilois Glory Road
Tina Gordon Chism ATL
Tyler Perry Madea's Family Reunion
2008
Gina Prince-Bythewood The Secret Life of Bees [9]
Darnell Martin Cadillac Records
James McBride Miracle at St. Anna
Tyler Perry The Family That Preys
Meet the Browns

2010s

Year Writer Film Ref
2010
Geoffrey S. Fletcher Precious [10]
Brian Bird Not Easily Broken
Cheo Hodari Coker and Reggie Rock Bythewood Notorious
John Lee Hooker The Blind Side
Bryon Minms, Scott Sanders and Michael Jai White Black Dynamite
2011
Tanya Hamilton Night Catches Us [11]
Peter Allen, Gabriel Casseus, John Luessenhop and Avery Duff Takers
Michael Elliot Just Wright
Michael C. Martin Brooklyn's Finest
Tyler Perry For Colored Girls
2012
Steve McQueen and Abi Morgan Shame [12]
Qasim Basir Mooz-lum
Ava DuVernay I Will Follow
Arelene Gibbs and Elizabeth Hunter Jumping the Broom
Dee Rees Pariah
2013
Ava DuVernay Middle of Nowhere [13]
Mara Brock Akil Sparkle
Rashida Jones and Will McCormack Celeste and Jesse Forever
Spike Lee and James McBride Red Hook Summer
Aaron McGruder and John Ridley Red Tails
2014
John Ridley 12 Years a Slave [14]
Ryan Coogler Fruitvale Station
Malcolm D. Lee The Best Man Holiday
Kasi Lemmons Black Nativity
Michael Starburry The Inevitable Defeat of Mister and Pete
2015
Chris Rock Top Five [15]
Gina Prince-Bythewood Beyond the Lights
John Ridley Jimi: All Is by My Side
Misan Sagay Belle
Justin Simien Dear White People
2016
Ryan Coogler and Aaron Covington Creed [16]
Rick Famuyiwa Dope
Spike Lee and Kevin Willmott Chi-Raq
2017
Barry Jenkins Moonlight [17]
Don Cheadle and Steven Baigelman Miles Ahead
Nate Parker The Birth of a Nation
Jordan Peele and Alex Rubens Keanu
August Wilson Fences
2018
Jordan Peele Get Out [18][19]
Christine T. Berg and Gerard McMurray Burning Sands
Tracy Oliver and Kenya Barris Girls Trip
Dee Rees and Virgil Williams Mudbound
Maggie Betts Novitiate

Multiple nominations and wins

Multiple wins

2 Wins

Multiple nominations

References

  1. ^ 2000 Black Reel Awards
  2. ^ 2001 Black Reel Awards
  3. ^ 2002 Black Reel Awards
  4. ^ 2003 Black Reel Awards
  5. ^ 2004 Black Reel Awards
  6. ^ 2005 Black Reel Awards
  7. ^ 2006 Black Reel Awards
  8. ^ 2007 Black Reel Awards
  9. ^ 2008 Black Reel Awards
  10. ^ 2010 Black Reel Awards
  11. ^ 2011 Black Reel Awards
  12. ^ 2012 Black Reel Awards
  13. ^ "Critics Wild About Beasts". Black Reel Awards. February 8, 2013. Retrieved August 1, 2016.
  14. ^ "2014 Black Reel Awards - Nominees". Black Reel Awards. December 11, 2014. Retrieved August 1, 2016.
  15. ^ 2015 Black Reel Awards
  16. ^ 2016 Black Reel Awards
  17. ^ 2017 Black Reel Awards
  18. ^ Get Out Dominates the Black Reel Awards Black Reel Awards. 13 December 2017.
  19. ^ Get Out “Sinks” the Competition at The Black Reel Awards Black Reel Awards. 23 February 2018.
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