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2016 Awards Season Screenplays to Download!

By December 25, 2016Blog, Featured

One of the best ways to learn to write a screenplay is to read great screenplays. Below are links to 22 scripts available so far from this 2016 awards season.

Also, ScreenCraft recently sponsored some not-to-miss awards season podcast episodes with writers of MISS SLOANE and ARRIVAL. Seriously, you might learn more useful industry wisdom in these two podcast episodes than you would in a whole year of film school. Also, we interviewed literary manager Scott Carr about his client’s swift success.

These scripts are all free and legal to download and share:

20th Century Women (A24)

A Monster Calls (Focus Features)

Anthropoid (Bleecker Street)

Arrival (Paramount)

Birth of a Nation (Fox Searchlight)

Bridget Jones’s Baby (Universal)

Captain Fantastic (Bleecker Street)

The Comedian (Sony Classics)

Denial (Bleecker Street)

Elle (Sony Classics)

Equity (Sony Classics)

Eye in the Sky (Bleecker Street)

Fences (Paramount)

The Founder (TWC)

The Girl on the Train (Universal)

Gold (TWC)

Hail, Caesar! (Universal)

Hell or High Water (CBS Films)

The Hollars (Sony Classics)

I Saw the Light (Sony Classics)

The Invitation (Drafthouse)

Jackie (Fox Searchlight)

Julieta (Sony Classics)

Kubo and the Two Strings (Focus Features)

Land of Mine (Sony Classics)

Lion (TWC)

Love & Friendship (Amazon)

Loving (Focus Features)

Maggie’s Plan (Sony Classics)

Manchester by the Sea (Amazon)

The Meddler (Sony Classics)

Miles Ahead (Sony Classics)

Moonlight (A24)

My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 (Universal)

Nocturnal Animals (Focus Features)

The Red Turtle (Sony Classics)

The Secret Life of Pets (Universal)

Silence (Paramount)

Sing (Universal)

Sing Street (TWC)

Sully (Warner Bros.)

Toni Erdmann (Sony Classics)

Victor Frankenstein (David Entertainment)

Zootopia (Walt Disney)

Do you know of any other scripts available for download already? If so, let us know if the comments below!

Happy reading (and writing)!