Read Some of the Best Screenplays from 2012

Read Some of the Best Screenplays from 2012

Dec 06, 2012

The good folks at website Rope of Silicon have gathered together all the Oscar-worthy scripts for this year's films, which we spotted at friends Film School Rejects. Tony Kushner's screenplay for Lincoln, Ava DuVernay's original screenplay for Middle of Nowhere, Roman Coppola and Wes Anderson's script for Moonrise Kingdom, and Michael Haneke's screenplay for Amour are just a few of the works available for download — you know, should you choose to geek out and scour the lengthy texts to relive those moments of cinematic genius.

Works like John J. McLaughlin's script for Hitchcock and Judd Apatow's screenplay for This Is 40 are probably long-shot contenders to win Oscar screenplay gold, but this is a great way to get a screenwriting 101 refresher from works covering a variety of genres and styles. See more on Rope of Silion and feel free to predict the winners for Best Screenplay, below.


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