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Malcolm X(1992)

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  • Denzel Washington was named best actor by the Boston Society of Film Critics (1992).
  • Denzel Washington was named best actor by the New York Film Critics Circle (1992).
  • Named best picture at the NAACP's 26th annual Image Awards. In addition, Denzel Washington was named outstanding lead actor in a motion picture and Al Freeman, Jr. and Angela Bassett were named outstanding supporting actor and actress, respectively.
  • Nominated by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for a Golden Globe (1992) award for best actor -- drama (Denzel Washington).
  • Released in United States August 1997
  • Released in United States Fall November 18, 1992
  • Released in United States March 1999
  • Released in United States on Video July 21, 1993
  • Film is based on an original screenplay by the late author James Baldwin.
  • Film noted: "Thank Jesus for Aretha Franklin and Arrested Development."
  • Principal photography wrapped December 20, 1991.
  • Denzel Washington received the Silver Bear Award for best actor at the 1993 Berlin International Film Festival.
  • Began shooting September 16, 1991.
  • Completed shooting January 26, 1992.
  • Film noted: "In memory of Alex Haley."
  • Released in United States March 1999 (Shown in Los Angeles (American Cinematheque) as part of program "Out in the Streets: The Films of Spike Lee" March 15-20, 1999.)
  • Released in United States on Video July 21, 1993
  • Released in United States August 1997 (Shown in New York City (Adam Clayton Powell Gallery) as part of program "Harlem Week 1997" August 1-15, 1997.)
  • Released in United States Fall November 18, 1992
  • Film noted: "Thank Allah for Bill Cosby, Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson, Oprah Winfrey, Tracy Chapman, Prince, Janet Jackson and Peggy Cooper-Cafritz."