Posted by Richard "RB" Botto

Good morning, Creative Army.  Happy Oscar Sunday.

In honor of the little, naked gold dude, I have a very special Coffee & Content for you this week.  You'll want to brew an especially large pot for this one.

I've hunted down the 10 nominated screenplays in both the original and adapted screenplay categories.  You can see them all below.

Now, this is a treasure trove of goodness, so please, do me a favor would ya and share the content with your fellow creative friends and peers through your social media channels (don't forget to tag, etc, to spread the widest net) and through any other means you deem fit.

And, as always, I welcome your thoughts and musings on your likes, dislikes, or just general observations on any of the material you read.

I hope you have a fantastic Sunday.

Happy reading!




2019 Best Original Screenplay Nominees 

  • The Favourite, by Deborah Davis and Tony McNamara (Fox)
  • First Reformed, by Paul Schrader (A24)
  • Green Book, by Nick Vallelonga, Brian Currie, and Peter Farrelly (Universal)
  • Roma, by Alfonso Cuarón (Netflix)
  • Vice, by Adam McKay (Annapurna)


2019 Best Adapted Screenplay Nominees 


And don't forget! If you haven't entered our Annual Oscars Contest yet, make sure to get your picks in before the show!


Thanks to Bill Constantini, we wanted to share the script for Eighth Grade by Bo Burnham. It won the Best Screenplay award from the WGA. He also won the Best First-TIme Director award from the WGA; and received near-unanimous great reviews from critics nationally. Here's the link, if anyone is interested in reading Eighth Grade.


Please share on Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Snapchat and anywhere else you're on social so everyone can benefit from these great scripts! 


Don't forget to tag us! 

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