Here Is The List Of Stylish Stars For This Year’s Celebration Of Black Cinema And Television

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Here Is The List Of Stylish Stars For This Year's Celebration Of Black Cinema And Television
Here Is The List Of Stylish Stars For This Year's Celebration Of Black Cinema And Television

On Monday night (Dec. 6) at the Fairmont Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles, the Critics Choice Association held their fourth annual Celebration of Black Cinema & Television.

Since 2014, the Celebration of Black Film has recognized milestones in Black cinema, but this year, for the first time, the awards ceremony also recognized television achievements.

List of Stylish stars for Black Cinema and television celebration

Among the recipients this year were Anthony Anderson, Ava DuVernay, Danielle Brooks, Jennifer Hudson, Barry Jenkins, Will Smith, and Robin Thede.

The actors of The Harder They Fall earned the “Ensemble Award,” while Halle Berry received the “Career Achievement Award” for her contributions to movies over the years.

The black carpet of the gala included several of Hollywood’s brightest talents, including emcee Niecy Nash and Insecure writer Prentice Penny, as well as the vivacious Taraji P. Henson. Take a peek at the superstars and their outstanding clothes on this year’s Los Angeles black carpet below.

  • Taraji P. Henson
  • Halle Berry & Van Hunt
  • Niecy Nash
  • Jennifer Hudson
  • Ava DuVernay
  • Clifford “Method Man” Smith
  • Tessa Thompson & Ruth Negga
  • Prentice Penny
  • Anthony Anderson & Alvina Stewart
  • Robin Thede
  • Mario Van Peebles
  • Danielle Brooks
  • Deon Cole
  • Patina Miller
  • Shamier Anderson
  • Tracee Ellis Ross
  • Demi Singleton
  • Saniyya Sidney

What else do we know so far?

The Critics Choice Awards released today the final list of honorees for their Celebration of Black Cinema & Television, which will take place on Monday, December 6th, at the Fairmont Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles.

The event, presented by Emmy Award-winning actress and producer Niecy Nash (“Claws,” “When They See Us”), will include 16 award categories as part of a star-studded night honoring remarkable achievements in Black film and, for the first time, television.

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