Thursday, July 18

Best Screenplay – Motion Picture

1979 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Screenplay - Motion Picture, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Globe Awards

1979 Golden Globe Awards – Best Screenplay – Motion Picture Winner and Nominees

1979 Golden Globe Awards - Best Screenplay - Motion Picture WinnerMidnight ExpressOliver StoneBilly Hayes, an American college student, is caught smuggling drugs out of Turkey and thrown into prison.Amazon1979 Golden Globe Awards - Best Screenplay - Motion Picture NomineesAn Unmarried WomanPaul MazurskyAmazonComing HomeWaldo SaltAmazonFoul PlayColin HigginsAmazonInteriorsWoody AllenAmazonThe Deer HunterDeric WashburnAmazon
1978 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Screenplay - Motion Picture, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Globe Awards

1978 Golden Globe Awards – Best Screenplay – Motion Picture Winner and Nominees

1978 Golden Globe Awards - Best Screenplay - Motion Picture WinnerThe Goodbye GirlNeil SimonAfter being dumped by her live-in boyfriend, an unemployed dancer and her 10-year-old daughter are reluctantly forced to live with a struggling off-Broadway actor.Amazon1978 Golden Globe Awards - Best Screenplay - Motion Picture NomineesAnnie HallWoody AllenAmazonClose Encounters of the Third KindSteven SpielbergAmazonJuliaAlvin SargentAmazonThe Turning PointArthur LaurentsAmazon
1977 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Screenplay - Motion Picture, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Globe Awards

1977 Golden Globe Awards – Best Screenplay – Motion Picture Winner and Nominees

1977 Golden Globe Awards - Best Screenplay - Motion Picture WinnerNetworkPaddy ChayefskyA television network cynically exploits a deranged former anchor's ravings and revelations about the news media for its own profit.Amazon1977 Golden Globe Awards - Best Screenplay - Motion Picture NomineesAll the President's MenWilliam GoldmanAmazonMarathon ManWilliam GoldmanAmazonRockySylvester StalloneAmazonTaxi DriverPaul SchraderAmazonVoyage of the DamnedSteve ShaganAmazon
1976 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Screenplay - Motion Picture, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Globe Awards

1976 Golden Globe Awards – Best Screenplay – Motion Picture Winner and Nominees

1976 Golden Globe Awards - Best Screenplay - Motion Picture WinnerOne Flew Over the Cuckoo's NestLawrence HaubenA criminal pleads insanity and is admitted to a mental institution, where he rebels against the oppressive nurse and rallies up the scared patients.Amazon1976 Golden Globe Awards - Best Screenplay - Motion Picture NomineesDog Day AfternoonFrank PiersonAmazonJawsPeter BenchleyAmazonNashvilleJoan TewkesburyAmazonThe Sunshine BoysNeil SimonAmazon
1975 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Screenplay - Motion Picture, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Globe Awards

1975 Golden Globe Awards – Best Screenplay – Motion Picture Winner and Nominees

1975 Golden Globe Awards - Best Screenplay - Motion Picture WinnerChinatownRobert TowneA private detective hired to expose an adulterer finds himself caught up in a web of deceit, corruption, and murder.Amazon1975 Golden Globe Awards - Best Screenplay - Motion Picture NomineesA Woman Under the InfluenceJohn CassavetesAmazonThe ConversationFrancis Ford CoppolaAmazonThe Godfather: Part IIFrancis Ford CoppolaAmazonThe Towering InfernoStirling SilliphantAmazon
1974 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Screenplay - Motion Picture, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Globe Awards

1974 Golden Globe Awards – Best Screenplay – Motion Picture Winner and Nominees

1974 Golden Globe Awards - Best Screenplay - Motion Picture WinnerThe ExorcistWilliam Peter BlattyWhen a teenage girl is possessed by a mysterious entity, her mother seeks the help of two priests to save her daughter.Amazon1974 Golden Globe Awards - Best Screenplay - Motion Picture NomineesA Touch of ClassMelvin FrankAmazonCinderella LibertyDarryl PonicsanAmazonThe Day of the JackalKenneth RossAmazonThe StingDavid S. WardAmazon
1989 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Screenplay - Motion Picture, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Globe Awards

1989 Golden Globe Awards – Best Screenplay – Motion Picture Winner and Nominees

1989 Golden Globe Awards - Best Screenplay - Motion Picture WinnerRunning on EmptyNaomi FonerThe eldest son of a fugitive family comes of age and wants to live a life of his own.Amazon1989 Golden Globe Awards - Best Screenplay - Motion Picture NomineesA Cry in the DarkRobert CaswellAmazonMississippi BurningChris GerolmoAmazonRain ManRonald BassAmazonWorking GirlKevin WadeAmazon
1972 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Screenplay - Motion Picture, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Globe Awards

1972 Golden Globe Awards – Best Screenplay – Motion Picture Winner and Nominees

1972 Golden Globe Awards - Best Screenplay - Motion Picture WinnerThe HospitalPaddy ChayefskyAn over-burdened doctor struggles to find meaning in his life while a murderer stalks the halls of his hospital.Amazon1972 Golden Globe Awards - Best Screenplay - Motion Picture NomineesKluteAndy LewisAmazonKotchJohn PaxtonAmazonMary, Queen of ScotsJohn HaleAmazonThe French ConnectionErnest TidymanAmazon
1971 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Screenplay - Motion Picture, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Globe Awards

1971 Golden Globe Awards – Best Screenplay – Motion Picture Winner and Nominees

1971 Golden Globe Awards - Best Screenplay - Motion Picture WinnerLove StoryErich SegalA boy and a girl from different backgrounds fall in love regardless of their upbringing - and then tragedy strikes.Amazon1971 Golden Globe Awards - Best Screenplay - Motion Picture NomineesFive Easy PiecesCarole EastmanAmazonHusbandsJohn CassavetesAmazonMASHRing Lardner Jr.AmazonScroogeLeslie BricusseAmazon
1970 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Screenplay - Motion Picture, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Globe Awards

1970 Golden Globe Awards – Best Screenplay – Motion Picture Winner and Nominees

1970 Golden Globe Awards - Best Screenplay - Motion Picture WinnerAnne of the Thousand DaysJohn HaleKing Henry VIII of England discards one wife, Catharine of Aragon, who has failed to produce a male heir, in favor of the young and beautiful Anne Boleyn.Amazon1970 Golden Globe Awards - Best Screenplay - Motion Picture NomineesButch Cassidy and the Sundance KidWilliam GoldmanAmazonIf It's Tuesday, This Must Be BelgiumDavid ShawAmazonJohn and MaryJohn MortimerAmazonMidnight CowboyWaldo SaltAmazon