Thursday, February 25

WGA – Best Original Screenplay

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

2020 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

Parasite Bong Joon Ho

Parasite

Bong Joon Ho

2019 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

Eighth Grade Bo Burnham

Eighth Grade

Bo Burnham

2018 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

Get Out Jordan Peele

Get Out

Jordan Peele

2017 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

Moonlight Barry Jenkins

Moonlight

Barry Jenkins

2016 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

Spotlight Josh Singer

Spotlight

Josh Singer

2015 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

The Grand Budapest Hotel Wes Anderson

The Grand Budapest Hotel

Wes Anderson

2014 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

Her Spike Jonze

Her

Spike Jonze

2013 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

Zero Dark Thirty Mark Boal

Zero Dark Thirty

Mark Boal

2012 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

Midnight in Paris Woody Allen

Midnight in Paris

Woody Allen

2011 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

Inception Christopher Nolan

Inception

Christopher Nolan

2010 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

The Hurt Locker Mark Boal

The Hurt Locker

Mark Boal

2009 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

Milk Dustin Lance Black

Milk

Dustin Lance Black

2008 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

Juno Diablo Cody

Juno

Diablo Cody

2007 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

Little Miss Sunshine Michael Arndt

Little Miss Sunshine

Michael Arndt

2006 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

Crash Paul Haggis

Crash

Paul Haggis

2005 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind Charlie Kaufman

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

Charlie Kaufman

2004 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

Lost in Translation Sofia Coppola

Lost in Translation

Sofia Coppola

2003 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

Bowling for Columbine Michael Moore

Bowling for Columbine

Michael Moore

2002 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

Gosford Park Julian Fellowes

Gosford Park

Julian Fellowes

2001 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

You Can Count on Me Kenneth Lonergan

You Can Count on Me

Kenneth Lonergan

2000 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

American Beauty Alan Ball

American Beauty

Alan Ball

1999 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

Shakespeare in Love Marc Norman

Shakespeare in Love

Marc Norman

1998 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

As Good as It Gets Mark Andrus

As Good as It Gets

Mark Andrus

1997 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

Fargo Joel Coen

Fargo

Joel Coen

1996 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

Braveheart Randall Wallace

Braveheart

Randall Wallace

1995 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

Four Weddings and a Funeral Richard Curtis

Four Weddings and a Funeral

Richard Curtis

1994 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

The Piano Jane Campion

The Piano

Jane Campion

1993 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

The Crying Game Neil Jordan

The Crying Game

Neil Jordan

1992 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

Thelma & Louise Callie Khouri

Thelma & Louise

Callie Khouri

1991 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

Avalon Barry Levinson

Avalon

Barry Levinson

1990 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

Crimes and Misdemeanors Woody Allen

Crimes and Misdemeanors

Woody Allen

1989 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

Bull Durham Ron Shelton

Bull Durham

Ron Shelton

1988 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

Moonstruck John Patrick Shanley

Moonstruck

John Patrick Shanley

1987 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

Hannah and Her Sisters Woody Allen

Hannah and Her Sisters

Woody Allen

1986 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

Witness Earl W. Wallace

Witness

Earl W. Wallace

1985 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

Broadway Danny Rose Woody Allen

Broadway Danny Rose

Woody Allen

1984 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

Tender Mercies Horton Foote

Tender Mercies

Horton Foote

1983 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial Melissa Mathison

E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial

Melissa Mathison

1982 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

Reds Warren Beatty

Reds

Warren Beatty

1981 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

Melvin and Howard Bo Goldman

Melvin and Howard

Bo Goldman

1980 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

The China Syndrome Mike Gray

The China Syndrome

Mike Gray

1979 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

Coming Home Waldo Salt

Coming Home

Waldo Salt

1978 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

The Turning Point Arthur Laurents

The Turning Point

Arthur Laurents

1977 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

Network Paddy Chayefsky

Network

Paddy Chayefsky

1976 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

Dog Day Afternoon Frank Pierson

Dog Day Afternoon

Frank Pierson

1975 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

Chinatown Robert Towne

Chinatown

Robert Towne

1974 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

Save the Tiger Steve Shagan

Save the Tiger

Steve Shagan

1973 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

The Candidate Jeremy Larner

The Candidate

Jeremy Larner

1972 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

Sunday Bloody Sunday Penelope Gilliatt

Sunday Bloody Sunday

Penelope Gilliatt

1971 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

Patton Francis Ford Coppola

Patton

Francis Ford Coppola

1970 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Original Screenplay

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid William Goldman

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

William Goldman