Saturday, January 22

Best Adapted Screenplay

1982 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Adapted Screenplay, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Writers Guild of America Awards

1982 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Adapted Screenplay Winner and Nominees

1982 Writers Guild of America Awards - Best Adapted Screenplay 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 Writers Guild of America Awards - Best Adapted Screenplay NomineesCutter's WayJeffrey Alan FiskinAmazonPrince of the CityJay Presson AllenAmazonRagtimeMichael WellerAmazon
1994 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Adapted Screenplay, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Writers Guild of America Awards

1994 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Adapted Screenplay Winner and Nominees

1994 Writers Guild of America Awards - Best Adapted Screenplay WinnerSchindler's ListSteven ZaillianIn German-occupied Poland during World War II, industrialist Oskar Schindler gradually becomes concerned for his Jewish workforce after witnessing their persecution by the Nazis.Amazon1994 Writers Guild of America Awards - Best Adapted Screenplay NomineesIn the Name of the FatherTerry GeorgeAmazonThe FugitiveJeb StuartAmazonThe Joy Luck ClubAmy TanAmazonThe Remains of the DayRuth Prawer JhabvalaAmazon
1993 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Adapted Screenplay, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Writers Guild of America Awards

1993 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Adapted Screenplay Winner and Nominees

1993 Writers Guild of America Awards - Best Adapted Screenplay WinnerThe PlayerMichael TolkinA Hollywood studio executive is being sent death threats by a writer whose script he rejected, but which one?Amazon1993 Writers Guild of America Awards - Best Adapted Screenplay NomineesEnchanted AprilPeter BarnesAmazonGlengarry Glen RossDavid MametAmazonHowards EndRuth Prawer JhabvalaAmazonScent of a WomanBo GoldmanAmazon
1992 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Adapted Screenplay, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Writers Guild of America Awards

1992 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Adapted Screenplay Winner and Nominees

1992 Writers Guild of America Awards - Best Adapted Screenplay WinnerThe Silence of the LambsTed TallyA young F.B.I. cadet must receive the help of an incarcerated and manipulative cannibal killer to help catch another serial killer, a madman who skins his victims.Amazon1992 Writers Guild of America Awards - Best Adapted Screenplay NomineesFried Green TomatoesFannie FlaggAmazonJFKOliver StoneAmazonThe CommitmentsDick ClementAmazonThe Prince of TidesPat ConroyAmazon
1991 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Adapted Screenplay, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Writers Guild of America Awards

1991 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Adapted Screenplay Winner and Nominees

1991 Writers Guild of America Awards - Best Adapted Screenplay WinnerDances with WolvesMichael BlakeLieutenant John Dunbar, assigned to a remote western Civil War outpost, befriends wolves and Indians, making him an intolerable aberration in the military.Amazon1991 Writers Guild of America Awards - Best Adapted Screenplay NomineesAwakeningsSteven ZaillianAmazonGoodfellasNicholas PileggiAmazonReversal of FortuneNicholas KazanAmazonThe GriftersDonald E. WestlakeAmazon
1990 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Adapted Screenplay, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Writers Guild of America Awards

1990 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Adapted Screenplay Winner and Nominees

1990 Writers Guild of America Awards - Best Adapted Screenplay WinnerDriving Miss DaisyAlfred UhryAn old Jewish woman and her African-American chauffeur in the American South have a relationship that grows and improves over the years.Amazon1990 Writers Guild of America Awards - Best Adapted Screenplay NomineesBorn on the Fourth of JulyOliver StoneAmazonField of DreamsPhil Alden RobinsonAmazonGloryKevin JarreAmazonMy Left FootShane ConnaughtonAmazon
1989 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Adapted Screenplay, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Writers Guild of America Awards

1989 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Adapted Screenplay Winner and Nominees

1989 Writers Guild of America Awards - Best Adapted Screenplay WinnerDangerous LiaisonsChristopher HamptonA scheming widow and her manipulative ex-lover make a bet regarding the corruption of a recently married woman.Amazon1989 Writers Guild of America Awards - Best Adapted Screenplay NomineesGorillas in the MistAnna Hamilton PhelanAmazonThe Accidental TouristFrank GalatiAmazonThe Unbearable Lightness of BeingJean-Claude CarrièreAmazonWho Framed Roger RabbitJeffrey PriceAmazon
1988 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Adapted Screenplay, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Writers Guild of America Awards

1988 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Adapted Screenplay Winner and Nominees

1988 Writers Guild of America Awards - Best Adapted Screenplay WinnerRoxanneSteve MartinThe large-nosed C.D. Bales is in love with the beautiful Roxanne; she falls for his personality but another man's looks.Amazon1988 Writers Guild of America Awards - Best Adapted Screenplay NomineesFatal AttractionJames DeardenAmazonFull Metal JacketStanley KubrickAmazonThe Princess BrideWilliam GoldmanAmazonThe UntouchablesDavid MametAmazon
1987 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Adapted Screenplay, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Writers Guild of America Awards

1987 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Adapted Screenplay Winner and Nominees

1987 Writers Guild of America Awards - Best Adapted Screenplay WinnerA Room with a ViewRuth Prawer JhabvalaIn a Florence pensione circa 1900 with English guests, George Emerson (Julian Sands) and his dad (Denholm Elliott) offer their rooms with views to Lucy Honeychurch (Helena Bonham Carter) and her chaperone, Charlotte Bartlett (Dame Maggie Smith). Lucy and GAmazon1987 Writers Guild of America Awards - Best Adapted Screenplay NomineesChildren of a Lesser GodHesper AndersonAmazonDown and Out in Beverly HillsPaul MazurskyAmazonLittle Shop of HorrorsHoward AshmanAmazonStand by MeRaynold GideonAmazon
1986 Awards, All Movie Awards, Best Adapted Screenplay, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Writers Guild of America Awards

1986 Writers Guild of America Awards – Best Adapted Screenplay Winner and Nominees

1986 Writers Guild of America Awards - Best Adapted Screenplay WinnerPrizzi's HonorRichard CondonA professional hitman and hitwoman fall in love.Amazon1986 Writers Guild of America Awards - Best Adapted Screenplay NomineesAgnes of GodJohn PielmeierAmazonOut of AfricaKurt LuedtkeAmazonThe Color PurpleMenno MeyjesAmazonThe Trip to BountifulHorton FooteAmazon