Wednesday, May 12

Oscars – Writing (Original Screenplay)

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2020 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Parasite Bong Joon Ho

Parasite

Bong Joon Ho

2019 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Green Book Nick Vallelonga

Green Book

Nick Vallelonga

2018 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Get Out Jordan Peele

Get Out

Jordan Peele

2017 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Manchester by the Sea Kenneth Lonergan

Manchester by the Sea

Kenneth Lonergan

2016 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Spotlight Josh Singer

Spotlight

Josh Singer

2015 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) Alejandro G. Iñárritu

Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)

Alejandro G. Iñárritu

2014 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Her Spike Jonze

Her

Spike Jonze

2013 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Django Unchained Quentin Tarantino

Django Unchained

Quentin Tarantino

2012 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Midnight in Paris Woody Allen

Midnight in Paris

Woody Allen

2011 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

The King's Speech David Seidler

The King’s Speech

David Seidler

2010 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

The Hurt Locker Mark Boal

The Hurt Locker

Mark Boal

2009 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Milk Dustin Lance Black

Milk

Dustin Lance Black

2008 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Juno Diablo Cody

Juno

Diablo Cody

2007 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Little Miss Sunshine Michael Arndt

Little Miss Sunshine

Michael Arndt

2006 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Crash Paul Haggis

Crash

Paul Haggis

2005 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind Charlie Kaufman

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

Charlie Kaufman

2004 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Lost in Translation Sofia Coppola

Lost in Translation

Sofia Coppola

2003 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Talk to Her Pedro Almodóvar

Talk to Her

Pedro Almodóvar

2002 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Gosford Park Julian Fellowes

Gosford Park

Julian Fellowes

2001 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Almost Famous Cameron Crowe

Almost Famous

Cameron Crowe

2000 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

American Beauty Alan Ball

American Beauty

Alan Ball

1999 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Shakespeare in Love Marc Norman

Shakespeare in Love

Marc Norman

1998 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Good Will Hunting Matt Damon

Good Will Hunting

Matt Damon

1997 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Fargo Ethan Coen

Fargo

Ethan Coen

1996 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

The Usual Suspects Christopher McQuarrie

The Usual Suspects

Christopher McQuarrie

1995 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Pulp Fiction Quentin Tarantino

Pulp Fiction

Quentin Tarantino

1994 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

The Piano Jane Campion

The Piano

Jane Campion

1993 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

The Crying Game Neil Jordan

The Crying Game

Neil Jordan

1992 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Thelma & Louise Callie Khouri

Thelma & Louise

Callie Khouri

1991 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Ghost Bruce Joel Rubin

Ghost

Bruce Joel Rubin

1990 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Dead Poets Society Tom Schulman

Dead Poets Society

Tom Schulman

1989 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Rain Man Ronald Bass

Rain Man

Ronald Bass

1988 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Moonstruck John Patrick Shanley

Moonstruck

John Patrick Shanley

1987 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Hannah and Her Sisters Woody Allen

Hannah and Her Sisters

Woody Allen

1986 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Witness Earl W. Wallace

Witness

Earl W. Wallace

1985 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Places in the Heart Robert Benton

Places in the Heart

Robert Benton

1984 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Tender Mercies Horton Foote

Tender Mercies

Horton Foote

1983 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Gandhi John Briley

Gandhi

John Briley

1982 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Chariots of Fire Colin Welland

Chariots of Fire

Colin Welland

1981 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Melvin and Howard Bo Goldman

Melvin and Howard

Bo Goldman

1980 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Breaking Away Steve Tesich

Breaking Away

Steve Tesich

1979 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Coming Home Nancy Dowd

Coming Home

Nancy Dowd

1978 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Annie Hall Woody Allen

Annie Hall

Woody Allen

1977 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Network Paddy Chayefsky

Network

Paddy Chayefsky

1976 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Dog Day Afternoon Frank Pierson

Dog Day Afternoon

Frank Pierson

1975 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Chinatown Robert Towne

Chinatown

Robert Towne

1974 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

The Sting David S. Ward

The Sting

David S. Ward

1973 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

The Candidate Jeremy Larner

The Candidate

Jeremy Larner

1972 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

The Hospital Paddy Chayefsky

The Hospital

Paddy Chayefsky

1971 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Patton Francis Ford Coppola

Patton

Francis Ford Coppola

1970 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid William Goldman

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

William Goldman

1969 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

The Producers Mel Brooks

The Producers

Mel Brooks

1968 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Guess Who's Coming to Dinner William Rose

Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner

William Rose

1967 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

A Man and a Woman Claude Lelouch

A Man and a Woman

Claude Lelouch

1966 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Darling Frederic Raphael

Darling

Frederic Raphael

1965 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Father Goose S.H. Barnett

Father Goose

S.H. Barnett

1964 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

How the West Was Won James R. Webb

How the West Was Won

James R. Webb

1963 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Divorce Italian Style Ennio De Concini

Divorce Italian Style

Ennio De Concini

1962 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Splendor in the Grass William Inge

Splendor in the Grass

William Inge

1961 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

The Apartment Billy Wilder

The Apartment

Billy Wilder

1960 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Pillow Talk Russell Rouse

Pillow Talk

Russell Rouse

1959 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

The Defiant Ones Nedrick Young

The Defiant Ones

Nedrick Young

1958 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Designing Woman George Wells

Designing Woman

George Wells

1957 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

The Red Balloon Albert Lamorisse

The Red Balloon

Albert Lamorisse

1956 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Interrupted Melody William Ludwig

Interrupted Melody

William Ludwig

1955 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

On the Waterfront Budd Schulberg

On the Waterfront

Budd Schulberg

1954 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Titanic Charles Brackett

Titanic

Charles Brackett

1953 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

The Lavender Hill Mob T.E.B. Clarke

The Lavender Hill Mob

T.E.B. Clarke

1952 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

An American in Paris Alan Jay Lerner

An American in Paris

Alan Jay Lerner

1951 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Sunset Boulevard Charles Brackett

Sunset Boulevard

Charles Brackett

1950 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Battleground Robert Pirosh

Battleground

Robert Pirosh

1948 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer Sidney Sheldon

The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer

Sidney Sheldon

1947 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

The Seventh Veil Muriel Box

The Seventh Veil

Muriel Box

1946 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Marie-Louise Richard Schweizer

Marie-Louise

Richard Schweizer

1945 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Wilson Lamar Trotti

Wilson

Lamar Trotti

1944 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Princess O'Rourke Norman Krasna

Princess O’Rourke

Norman Krasna

1943 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Woman of the Year Michael Kanin

Woman of the Year

Michael Kanin

1942 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

Citizen Kane Herman J. Mankiewicz

Citizen Kane

Herman J. Mankiewicz

1941 Academy Awards – Writing (Original Screenplay)

The Great McGinty Preston Sturges

The Great McGinty

Preston Sturges