Want To Read Some Oscar Hopeful Screenplays?

screenplaysIf you’re looking for a little reading over the holidays, you may want to check out some of the screenplays that the studios are flogging for Academy Awards consideration this year. More and more studios are placing their Oscar hopeful scripts online for the voting members of the Academy to peruse and hopefully vote for a nomination for either Best Original or Best Adapted Screenplay. It’s much cheaper than sending out copies to everyone and has the great side effect of making them also available to anyone to read. All the scripts are in .pdf format and will probably only be available through the awards season. (So click and save if you’re interested in having a copy to read later on down the road.)

500 Days Of Summer (FOX Searchlight)
9 (Focus Films)
Broken Embraces (Los Abrazos Rotos) (Sony Classics)
The Blind Side (Warner Brothers)
Coraline (Focus Films)
Crazy Heart (Fox Searchlight)
The Damned United (Sony Classics)
An Education (Sony Classics)
The Fantastic Mister Fox (Fox Searchlight)
Funny People (Universal)
Harry Potter And The Half-Blood Prince (Warner Brothers)
The Hurt Locker (Summit Entertainment)
The Imaginarium Of Dr. Parnassus (Sony Classics)
The Informant! (Warner Brothers)
Inglorious Basterds (Weinstein Company)
It’s Complicated (Universal Studios)
The Last Station (Sony Classics)
The Men Who Stared At Goats (Overture Films)
Moon (Sony Classics)
Nine (Weinstein Company)
Precious: Based On The Novel Push By Sapphire (Lionsgate)
Public Enemies (Universal Studios)
The Road (Weinstein Company)
A Serious Man (Focus Films)
Sin Nombre (Focus Films)
A Single Man (Weinstein Company)
Sugar (Sony Classics)
Sunshine Cleaning (Overture Films)
Where The Wild Things Are (Warner Brothers)
The White Ribbon (Das Weiss Band) (Sony Classics)

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