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Updated 12/15/15 with eight new scripts.
Updated 12/1/15 with ten new scripts.
Updated 11/17/15 With nine new scripts.
It’s that time of year, as awards season heats up the studios start putting out copies of the screenplays they hope will be getting award nomination consideration online. And that means any folks who like to read screenplays get a bonanza of titles to pick from as the season progresses. 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. Here are the initial offerings, which we will continue to update as more become available.
20th Century Fox
- The Revenant – Screenplay by Mark L Smith, Based on the novel by Michael Punke
- The End of the Tour – Screenplay by Donald Margulies
- Ex Machina – Screenplay by Alex Garland
- Mississippi Grind – Screenplay by Anna Boden and Adam Fleck
- Remember – Screenplay by Benjamin A. August
- Room – Screenplay by Emma Donoghue, Based on the Novel by Emma Donoghue
- Slow West – Screenplay by John Maclean
- While We’re Young – Screenplay by Noah Baumbach
Big Talk Pictures
- Man Up – Screenplay by Tess Morris
Bleeker Street Media
- Danny Collins – Screenplay by Dan Fogelman
- I’ll See You In My Dreams – Screenplay by Brett Haley & Marc Basch
- Pawn Sacrifice – Screenplay by Steven Knight (Story by Stephen J Rivele & Christopher Wilkinson and Steven Knight)
- Trumbo – Screenplay by John McNamara, Based on the biography by Bruce Cook
Broad Green Pictures
- 99 Homes – Screenplay by Ramin Bahrani & Bahrani Azimi
- I Smile Back – Screenplay by Paige Dylan and Amy Koppelman, Based on the novel I Smile Back by Amy Koppelman
- Learning To Drive – Screenplay by Sarah Kernochan
- Inside Out – Screenplay by Pete Docter, Meg LeFauve, & Josh Cooley, Original Story by Pete Docter & Ronnie Del Carmen)
- The Keeping Room – Screenplay by Julia Hart
- Bridge Of Spies – Screenplay by Matt Charman and Ethan Coen & Joel Coen
- The Danish Girl – Screenplay by Lucinda Coxon (based on the novel by David Ebershoff)
- Suffragette – Screenplay by Abi Morgan
- Brooklyn – Screenplay by Nick Hornby
- Far From The Madding Crowd – Screenplay by David Nicholls
- Me And Earl And The Dying Girl – Screenplay by Jesse Andrews
- Mistress America – Screenplay by Noah Baumbach and Greta Gerwig
- Youth – Screenplay by Paolo Sorrentino
- Beasts Of No Nation – Screenplay by Cary Joji Fukunaga, Based on the novel By Uzodinma Iweala
Open Road Films
- Spotlight – Screenplay by Josh Singer & Tom McCarthy
- Concussion – Screenplay by Peter Landesman
Sony Pictures Classics
- The Diary Of A Teenage Girl -Screenplay by Marielle Heller, Based on the Novel by Phoebe Gloeckner
- Grandma – Screenplay by Paul Weitz
- Infinitely Polar Bear – Screenplay by Maya Forbes
- The Lady In The Van – Screenplay by Alan Bennett from his memoir
- Son Of Saul – Screenplay by Laszlo Nemes and Clara Royer
- Testament Of Youth – Screenplay by Juliette Towhidi
- Truth – Screenplay by James Vanderbilt based on Truth and Duty: The Press, the President, and the Privilege of Power by Mary Mapes
- Legend – Screenplay by Brian Helgeland
- Minions – Screenplay by Brian Lynch
- Steve Jobs – Screenplay by Aaron Sorkin, Based on the book by Zwalter Isaacson
- Straight Outta Compton – Screenplay by Jonathan Herman and Andrea Berloff, story by S. Leigh Savidge & Alan Wenkus and Andrea Berloff
- Trainwreck – Screenplay by Amy Schumer