Last month, I posted the 10 Oscar nominated screenplays right here on Stage 32. Since that day, over 50,000 of you have hit the page! Good on you for investing in yourself by using your valuable time to read and explore these acclaimed works.
As much as we learn from reading great screenplays, we can learn even more by discussing them. So whaddaya say we do that today and this weekend leading up to the broadcast on Sunday.
Which screenplay was your favorite? What stood out to you, good or bad?
My favorite? 3 Billboards. Running time, 115 minutes. Script length, 85 pages. Talk about economy of style and substance! Not a wasted letter.
But what say you? Let's banter. Drop down to the comments section and be heard!
I look forward to your thoughts!
PS - Don't forget, there's still time to enter our 6th Annual Oscar contest. To submit your entries, click here
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