|2006||Broadcast Film Critics Association||Best Director||Dreamgirls||Nominated|
|2006||Directors Guild of America||Best Director||Dreamgirls||Nominated|
|2006||Satellite Awards||Best Adapted Screenplay||Dreamgirls||Nominated|
|2006||Satellite Awards||Best Director||Dreamgirls||Won|
|2004||Broadcast Film Critics Association||Best Screenplay||Kinsey||Nominated|
by Katie Roberts
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by Tim Hayne
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by Tim Hayne
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