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When it comes to film, its very rare that we she black actresses in leading roles.
Its also rare if we see multiple black actresses in a major film; so to see all these beautiful women gather togethter
to celebrate each others gifts and talents is so amazing.
The prestige Oscar awards airs tonight on ABC at 8pm CENTRAL TIME.
Every year Black women in film get together prior to the Academy Awards and celebrate each other's talents. This year Woodard honored "Selma"
director Ava DuVernay and "Belle" actress Gugu Mbatha-Raw.
"It is women who have been nominated for the Oscar before in
the acting category and some in a perfect world who should have been," Woodard added.
"But I didn't want Ava to go unheralded this year because she did such amazing work as a film maker."
"It's all my sistah's and we don't ever get to see each other," Woodard said. "Maybe one person coming and going,
so everyone really looks forward to this day."
Viola Davis, Angela Bassett, Rosario Dawson, Zoe Saldana, Aisha Tyler and Kerry Washington were among the Black actresses in attendance.
"This event is always one of my favorite events every year," said Washington who is also an Oscar
presenter this year. "It's just about girls loving girls and I'm just thrilled to be here."