Tuesday, May 11

LAFCA – Best Screenplay

Click through each award to see the full list of nominees and winners!

2019 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

Marriage Story Noah Baumbach

Marriage Story

Noah Baumbach

2018 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

Can You Ever Forgive Me? Nicole Holofcener

Can You Ever Forgive Me?

Nicole Holofcener

2017 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

Get Out Jordan Peele

Get Out

Jordan Peele

2016 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

The Lobster Yorgos Lanthimos

The Lobster

Yorgos Lanthimos

2015 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

Spotlight Josh Singer

Spotlight

Josh Singer

2014 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

The Grand Budapest Hotel Wes Anderson

The Grand Budapest Hotel

Wes Anderson

2013 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

Before Midnight Richard Linklater

Before Midnight

Richard Linklater

2012 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

Argo Chris Terrio

Argo

Chris Terrio

2011 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

A Separation Asghar Farhadi

A Separation

Asghar Farhadi

2010 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

The Social Network Aaron Sorkin

The Social Network

Aaron Sorkin

2009 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

Up in the Air Jason Reitman

Up in the Air

Jason Reitman

2008 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

Happy-Go-Lucky Mike Leigh

Happy-Go-Lucky

Mike Leigh

2007 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

The Savages Tamara Jenkins

The Savages

Tamara Jenkins

2006 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

The Queen Peter Morgan

The Queen

Peter Morgan

2005 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

Capote Dan Futterman

Capote

Dan Futterman

2005 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

The Squid and the Whale Noah Baumbach

The Squid and the Whale

Noah Baumbach

2004 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

Sideways Alexander Payne

Sideways

Alexander Payne

2003 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

American Splendor Shari Springer Berman

American Splendor

Shari Springer Berman

2002 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

About Schmidt Alexander Payne

About Schmidt

Alexander Payne

2001 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

Memento Christopher Nolan

Memento

Christopher Nolan

2000 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

You Can Count on Me Kenneth Lonergan

You Can Count on Me

Kenneth Lonergan

1999 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

Being John Malkovich Charlie Kaufman

Being John Malkovich

Charlie Kaufman

1998 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

Bulworth Warren Beatty

Bulworth

Warren Beatty

1997 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

L.A. Confidential Curtis Hanson

L.A. Confidential

Curtis Hanson

1996 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

Fargo Ethan Coen

Fargo

Ethan Coen

1995 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

Sense and Sensibility Emma Thompson

Sense and Sensibility

Emma Thompson

1994 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

Pulp Fiction Quentin Tarantino

Pulp Fiction

Quentin Tarantino

1993 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

The Piano Jane Campion

The Piano

Jane Campion

1992 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

Unforgiven David Webb Peoples

Unforgiven

David Webb Peoples

1991 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

Bugsy James Toback

Bugsy

James Toback

1990 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

Reversal of Fortune Nicholas Kazan

Reversal of Fortune

Nicholas Kazan

1989 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

Drugstore Cowboy Gus Van Sant

Drugstore Cowboy

Gus Van Sant

1988 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

Bull Durham Ron Shelton

Bull Durham

Ron Shelton

1987 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

Hope and Glory John Boorman

Hope and Glory

John Boorman

1986 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

Hannah and Her Sisters Woody Allen

Hannah and Her Sisters

Woody Allen

1985 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

Brazil Terry Gilliam

Brazil

Terry Gilliam

1984 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

Amadeus Peter Shaffer

Amadeus

Peter Shaffer

1983 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

Terms of Endearment James L. Brooks

Terms of Endearment

James L. Brooks

1982 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

Tootsie Larry Gelbart

Tootsie

Larry Gelbart

1981 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

Atlantic City John Guare

Atlantic City

John Guare

1980 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

Return of the Secaucus Seven John Sayles

Return of the Secaucus Seven

John Sayles

1979 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

Kramer vs. Kramer Robert Benton

Kramer vs. Kramer

Robert Benton

1978 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

An Unmarried Woman Paul Mazursky

An Unmarried Woman

Paul Mazursky

1977 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

Annie Hall Woody Allen

Annie Hall

Woody Allen

1976 LAFCA Award – Best Screenplay

Network Paddy Chayefsky

Network

Paddy Chayefsky