Saturday, January 22

Best Screenplay – Motion Picture

1973 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Screenplay - Motion Picture, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Globe Awards

1973 Golden Globe Awards – Best Screenplay – Motion Picture Winner and Nominees

1973 Golden Globe Awards - Best Screenplay - Motion Picture WinnerThe GodfatherFrancis Ford CoppolaThe aging patriarch of an organized crime dynasty transfers control of his clandestine empire to his reluctant son.Amazon1973 Golden Globe Awards - Best Screenplay - Motion Picture NomineesAvanti!I.A.L. DiamondAmazonCabaretJay Presson AllenAmazonDeliveranceJames DickeyAmazonFrenzyAnthony ShafferAmazonThe Heartbreak KidNeil SimonAmazon
1988 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Screenplay - Motion Picture, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Globe Awards

1988 Golden Globe Awards – Best Screenplay – Motion Picture Winner and Nominees

1988 Golden Globe Awards - Best Screenplay - Motion Picture WinnerThe Last EmperorMark PeploeThe story of the final Emperor of China.Amazon1988 Golden Globe Awards - Best Screenplay - Motion Picture NomineesBroadcast NewsJames L. BrooksAmazonHope and GloryJohn BoormanAmazonHouse of GamesDavid MametAmazonMoonstruckJohn Patrick ShanleyAmazon
1987 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Screenplay - Motion Picture, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Globe Awards

1987 Golden Globe Awards – Best Screenplay – Motion Picture Winner and Nominees

1987 Golden Globe Awards - Best Screenplay - Motion Picture WinnerThe MissionRobert BoltEighteenth century Spanish Jesuits try to protect a remote South American tribe in danger of falling under the rule of pro-slavery Portugal.Amazon1987 Golden Globe Awards - Best Screenplay - Motion Picture NomineesBlue VelvetDavid LynchAmazonHannah and Her SistersWoody AllenAmazonMona LisaNeil JordanAmazonPlatoonOliver StoneAmazon
1986 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Screenplay - Motion Picture, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Globe Awards

1986 Golden Globe Awards – Best Screenplay – Motion Picture Winner and Nominees

1986 Golden Globe Awards - Best Screenplay - Motion Picture WinnerThe Purple Rose of CairoWoody AllenIn New Jersey in 1935, a movie character walks off the screen and into the real world.Amazon1986 Golden Globe Awards - Best Screenplay - Motion Picture NomineesBack to the FutureBob GaleAmazonOut of AfricaKurt LuedtkeAmazonPrizzi's HonorJanet RoachAmazonWitnessWilliam KelleyAmazon
1985 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Screenplay - Motion Picture, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Globe Awards

1985 Golden Globe Awards – Best Screenplay – Motion Picture Winner and Nominees

1985 Golden Globe Awards - Best Screenplay - Motion Picture WinnerAmadeusPeter ShafferThe life, success and troubles of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, as told by Antonio Salieri, the contemporaneous composer who was insanely jealous of Mozart's talent and claimed to have murdered him.Amazon1985 Golden Globe Awards - Best Screenplay - Motion Picture NomineesA Passage to IndiaDavid LeanAmazonA Soldier's StoryCharles FullerAmazonPlaces in the HeartRobert BentonAmazonThe Killing FieldsBruce RobinsonAmazon
1984 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Screenplay - Motion Picture, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Globe Awards

1984 Golden Globe Awards – Best Screenplay – Motion Picture Winner and Nominees

1984 Golden Globe Awards - Best Screenplay - Motion Picture WinnerTerms of EndearmentJames L. BrooksFollows hard-to-please Aurora looking for love, and her daughter's family problems.Amazon1984 Golden Globe Awards - Best Screenplay - Motion Picture NomineesEducating RitaWilly RussellAmazonReuben, ReubenJulius J. EpsteinAmazonThe Big ChillLawrence KasdanAmazonThe DresserRonald HarwoodAmazon
1983 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Screenplay - Motion Picture, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Globe Awards

1983 Golden Globe Awards – Best Screenplay – Motion Picture Winner and Nominees

1983 Golden Globe Awards - Best Screenplay - Motion Picture WinnerGandhiJohn BrileyMohandas K. Gandhi's character is fully explained as a man of nonviolence. Through his patience, he is able to drive the British out of the subcontinent. And the stubborn nature of Jinnah and his commitment towards Pakistan is portrayed.Amazon1983 Golden Globe Awards - Best Screenplay - Motion Picture NomineesE.T. the Extra-TerrestrialMelissa MathisonAmazonMissingCosta-GavrasAmazonThe VerdictDavid MametAmazonTootsieLarry GelbartAmazon
1982 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Screenplay - Motion Picture, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Globe Awards

1982 Golden Globe Awards – Best Screenplay – Motion Picture Winner and Nominees

1982 Golden Globe Awards - Best Screenplay - Motion Picture WinnerOn Golden PondErnest ThompsonNorman is a curmudgeon with an estranged relationship with his daughter Chelsea. At Golden Pond, he and his wife nevertheless agree to care for Billy, the son of Chelsea's new boyfriend, and a most unexpected relationship blooms.Amazon1982 Golden Globe Awards - Best Screenplay - Motion Picture NomineesAbsence of MaliceKurt LuedtkeAmazonRedsWarren BeattyAmazonThe Four SeasonsAlan AldaAmazonThe French Lieutenant's WomanHarold PinterAmazon
1981 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Screenplay - Motion Picture, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Globe Awards

1981 Golden Globe Awards – Best Screenplay – Motion Picture Winner and Nominees

1981 Golden Globe Awards - Best Screenplay - Motion Picture WinnerThe Ninth ConfigurationWilliam Peter BlattyA former marine arrives at a mental asylum housed in a remote castle to run it. There he attempts to rehabilitate the patients by letting them act out their craziest fantasies and desires.Amazon1981 Golden Globe Awards - Best Screenplay - Motion Picture NomineesOrdinary PeopleAlvin SargentAmazonRaging BullPaul SchraderAmazonThe Elephant ManEric BergrenAmazonThe Stunt ManLawrence B. MarcusAmazon
1980 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Screenplay - Motion Picture, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Globe Awards

1980 Golden Globe Awards – Best Screenplay – Motion Picture Winner and Nominees

1980 Golden Globe Awards - Best Screenplay - Motion Picture WinnerKramer vs. KramerRobert BentonTed Kramer's wife leaves him, allowing for a lost bond to be rediscovered between Ted and his son, Billy. But a heated custody battle ensues over the divorced couple's son, deepening the wounds left by the separation.Amazon1980 Golden Globe Awards - Best Screenplay - Motion Picture NomineesBeing ThereJerzy KosinskiAmazonBreaking AwaySteve TesichAmazonNorma RaeIrving RavetchAmazonThe China SyndromeMike GrayAmazon