Monday, November 28

Best Screenplay

1973 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Screenplay, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, New York Film Critics Circle Awards

1973 New York Film Critics Circle Awards – Best Screenplay Winner and Nominees

1973 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Screenplay WinnerAmerican GraffitiGeorge LucasA couple of high school grads spend one final night cruising the strip with their buddies before they go off to college.Amazon1973 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Screenplay NomineesState of SiegeFranco SolinasAmazon
1988 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Screenplay, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, New York Film Critics Circle Awards

1988 New York Film Critics Circle Awards – Best Screenplay Winner and Nominees

1988 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Screenplay WinnerBull DurhamRon SheltonA fan who has an affair with one minor-league baseball player each season meets an up-and-coming pitcher and the experienced catcher assigned to him.Amazon1988 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Screenplay NomineesA World ApartShawn SlovoAmazonThe Accidental TouristFrank GalatiAmazon
1987 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Screenplay, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, New York Film Critics Circle Awards

1987 New York Film Critics Circle Awards – Best Screenplay Winner and Nominees

1987 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Screenplay WinnerBroadcast NewsJames L. BrooksTake two rival television reporters: one handsome, one talented, both male. Add one Producer, female. Mix well, and watch the sparks fly.Amazon1987 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Screenplay NomineesHope and GloryJohn BoormanAmazonThe DeadTony HustonAmazon
1986 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Screenplay, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, New York Film Critics Circle Awards

1986 New York Film Critics Circle Awards – Best Screenplay Winner and Nominees

1986 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Screenplay WinnerMy Beautiful LaundretteHanif KureishiAn ambitious Pakistani Briton and his white boyfriend strive for success and hope when they open a glamorous laundromat.Amazon1986 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Screenplay NomineesA Room with a ViewRuth Prawer JhabvalaAmazonHannah and Her SistersWoody AllenAmazon
1985 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Screenplay, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, New York Film Critics Circle Awards

1985 New York Film Critics Circle Awards – Best Screenplay Winner and Nominees

1985 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Screenplay WinnerThe Purple Rose of CairoWoody AllenIn New Jersey in 1935, a movie character walks off the screen and into the real world.Amazon1985 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Screenplay NomineesLost in AmericaAlbert BrooksAmazon
1984 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Screenplay, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, New York Film Critics Circle Awards

1984 New York Film Critics Circle Awards – Best Screenplay Winner and Nominees

1984 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Screenplay WinnerPlaces in the HeartRobert BentonIn central Texas in the 1930s, a widow, with two small children, tries to run her small 40-acre farm with the help of two disparate people.Amazon1984 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Screenplay NomineesSplashLowell GanzAmazon
1983 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Screenplay, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, New York Film Critics Circle Awards

1983 New York Film Critics Circle Awards – Best Screenplay Winner and Nominees

1983 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Screenplay WinnerLocal HeroBill ForsythAn American oil company sends a man to Scotland to buy up an entire village where they want to build a refinery. But things don't go as expected.Amazon1983 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Screenplay NomineesTerms of EndearmentJames L. BrooksAmazonZeligWoody AllenAmazon
1982 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Screenplay, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, New York Film Critics Circle Awards

1982 New York Film Critics Circle Awards – Best Screenplay Winner and Nominees

1982 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Screenplay WinnerTootsieMurray SchisgalMichael Dorsey, an unsuccessful actor, disguises himself as a woman in order to get a role on a trashy hospital soap.Amazon1982 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Screenplay NomineesDinerBarry LevinsonAmazonMissingCosta-GavrasAmazon
1981 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Screenplay, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, New York Film Critics Circle Awards

1981 New York Film Critics Circle Awards – Best Screenplay Winner and Nominees

1981 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Screenplay WinnerAtlantic CityJohn GuareIn a corrupt city, a small-time gangster and the estranged wife of a pot dealer find themselves thrown together in an escapade of love, money, drugs and danger.Amazon1981 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Screenplay NomineesArthurSteve GordonAmazonPennies from HeavenDennis PotterAmazonPrince of the CityJay Presson AllenAmazon
1980 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Screenplay, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, New York Film Critics Circle Awards

1980 New York Film Critics Circle Awards – Best Screenplay Winner and Nominees

1980 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Screenplay WinnerMelvin and HowardBo GoldmanThe story of hard-luck Melvin E. Dummar, who claimed to have received a will naming him an heir to the fortune of Howard Hughes.Amazon1980 New York Film Critics Circle Awards - Best Screenplay NomineesMy American UncleJean GruaultAmazonReturn of the Secaucus SevenJohn SaylesAmazon