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Humanitas on Tuesday revealed the finalists for its 44th annual Humanitas Prize awards, which honor film and television writers whose work inspires compassion, hope and understanding in the human family. The awards ceremony will take place Feb. 8 at the Beverly Hills Hotel.
Finalists in the 30-minute comedy category include Megan Amram for The Good Place and Amy Sherman-Palladino for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. The film categories feature Ryan Coogler and Joe Robert Cole for Black Panther, Joel Edgerton for Boy Erased and Peter Chiarelli and Adele Lim for Crazy Rich Asians.
In addition to the finalists, the ceremony will also honor Friends co-creator Marta Kauffman with the Kieser Award and Kenya Barris with the Voice for Change Award. Barris won a Humanitas Prize for Black-ish in 2017.
A full list of 2019 finalists follows.
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